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    People of Mariupol make chain of hope and call for peace
    Mar15

    People of Mariupol make chain of hope and call for peace

    Protesters formed a human chain around the centre of the eastern Ukrainian city of Mariupol on Saturday to demonstrate against what they called… …read more Source:...

    Putin, speaking in film, says Russia saved life of Ukraine ex-leader: agency
    Mar15

    Putin, speaking in film, says Russia saved life of Ukraine ex-leader: agency

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin, speaking in a pre-recorded film about Russia’s seizure of Crimea, said the life of Ukrainian former president Viktor Yanukovich was in danger as a result of the “revolution” that set out to seize power in Kiev. …read more Source:...

    Crimea leader projects calm on anniversary
    Mar15

    Crimea leader projects calm on anniversary

    Has Crimea accepted its takeover by Russia? …read more Source:...

    VIDEO: ‘Crimea has returned to its homeland’
    Mar15

    VIDEO: ‘Crimea has returned to its homeland’

    Crimea’s Prime Minister Sergey Aksyonov has said the region will never again be part of Ukraine as it had “returned to its historical homeland”. …read more Source:...

    Bulgarian-Greek Drama ‘The Lesson’ Grabs 4 Awards at 19th Sofia International Film Festival
    Mar15

    Bulgarian-Greek Drama ‘The Lesson’ Grabs 4 Awards at 19th Sofia International Film Festival

    “The Lesson” (Bulgarian: Urok), a 2014 Bulgarian-Greek film directed by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov, has won four awards at the 19th Sofia International Film Festival. “The Lesson snatched four awards at a ceremony on Saturday evening. The film received three awards by international juries and the audience award. The first feature-length...

    Bulgarian-Greek Film ‘The Lesson’ Grabs 4 Awards at 19th Sofia International Film Festival
    Mar15

    Bulgarian-Greek Film ‘The Lesson’ Grabs 4 Awards at 19th Sofia International Film Festival

    “The Lesson” (Bulgarian: Urok), a 2014 Bulgarian-Greek film directed by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov, has won four awards at the 19th Sofia International Film Festival. “The Lesson snatched four awards at a ceremony on Saturday evening. The film received three awards by international juries and the audience award. The first feature-length...

    Mixed Prospects for LGBT Rights in Central and Eastern Europe
    Mar15

    Mixed Prospects for LGBT Rights in Central and Eastern Europe

    Billboard for the referendum called to strengthen a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage and same-sex adoption in Slovakia in February. It says: WE ARE DECIDING ABOUT CHILDREN’S FUTURES. LET’S PROTECT THEIR RIGHT TO A MOTHER AND FATHER. Credit: Pavol Stracansky/IPSBy Pavol StracanskyBRATISLAVA, Mar 15 2015 (IPS)Lesbian, gay,...

    Biden, Poroshenko speak by phone about Ukraine’s conflict
    Mar15

    Biden, Poroshenko speak by phone about Ukraine’s conflict

    U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko spoke by telephone on March 14 with both calling on Russia and Russian-backed separatists fighting in eastern Ukraine to implement the Minsk ceasefire agreements. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    More than 100 Germans fighting for separatists in eastern Ukraine
    Mar15

    More than 100 Germans fighting for separatists in eastern Ukraine

    Dozens of German citizens have joined the ranks of pro-Russian rebel fighters in eastern Ukraine. Most of these are of ethnic German resettlers and have even been part of the German army. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Crimea reflects Russia’s fate
    Mar15

    Opinion: Crimea reflects Russia’s fate

    The war in Donbass currently overshadows Russia’s annexation of Crimea one year ago, but Ingo Mannteufel thinks that Russia’s political future can also be seen on the peninsula. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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