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    Ukraine crisis: Life in a bitterly contested village that has changed sides repeatedly throughout the conflict
    Apr16

    Ukraine crisis: Life in a bitterly contested village that has changed sides repeatedly throughout the conflict

    Irina Strezhak begs the international monitors who have arrived near her bombed-out home in the besieged Ukrainian village of Shyrokyne for sleeping pills. …read more Source: The...

    VIDEO: New Antonov Bureau aircraft revealed
    Apr16

    VIDEO: New Antonov Bureau aircraft revealed

    Ukrainian aircraft producer Antonov Bureau has unveiled its new transport aircraft as it seeks new markets and opportunities, amid the conflict in east Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Journalist with pro-Russian views shot dead in Kyiv
    Apr16

    Journalist with pro-Russian views shot dead in Kyiv

    A journalist known for his pro-Russian views was shot dead in Kyiv on Thursday (April 16). Oles Buzyna was “gunned… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine plays hardball on restructuring
    Apr16

    Ukraine plays hardball on restructuring

    Country said to be prepared to let state-owned lender Ukreximbank default …read more Source: Financial...

    Putin Considers War with Ukraine Impossible, Has No Imperial Ambitions
    Apr16

    Putin Considers War with Ukraine Impossible, Has No Imperial Ambitions

    Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissed a possible war between Moscow and Kiev and said that he did not harbour any ambitions of reviving the Russian empire. These statement were made during the annual televised question and answer session, which was held on Thursday. Putin answered a total of 90 questions during the “Direct Line with Vladimir...

    Dutch shift focus in MH17 crash to investigating culprits
    Apr16

    Dutch shift focus in MH17 crash to investigating culprits

    THE HAGUE (Reuters) – The Dutch government said on Thursday that, with nearly all of the victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 identified, efforts had shifted to finding those responsible for shooting the plane down as it crossed Ukraine last July. …read more Source:...

    Russia-Japan relations over disputed islands unchanged after Crimea: Putin
    Apr16

    Russia-Japan relations over disputed islands unchanged after Crimea: Putin

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s relations with Japan over disputed Pacific Islands have not changed following Moscow’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Fight the good fight
    Apr16

    Fight the good fight

    FROM the Sea of Azov to Aleppo, fighters from the western Balkans are at war. So worried are their governments that laws have been passed to make fighting abroad illegal, and their security services co-operate with foreign ones to monitor them. The numbers are small, but the Balkans looms relatively large on foreign battlefields. Orthodox...

    How Vladimir Putin tries to stay strong
    Apr16

    How Vladimir Putin tries to stay strong

    A RELATIVE hiatus in the fighting in eastern Ukraine (at least until this week) and a relative stabilisation in the Russian economy are prompting two questions. Is the worst of the war over and might better economic news calm the Kremlin—or is this a lull before a new storm? The economic situation is not as bad as many predicted four months ago....

    Belarus expects Ukraine situation to keep destabilizing Europe
    Apr16

    Belarus expects Ukraine situation to keep destabilizing Europe

    According to the Belarusian Defense Minister, the Ukrainian hotbed of tension is now comparatively calm due to efforts of the international community. “Yet according to our evaluations the situation in the country the Republic of Belarus borders on will remain one of the main destabilizing factors in the region,” said Andrei Ravkov. …read...

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