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    Ukrainian Wikipedia Awards National Winners of ‘Wiki Loves Earth’ Photo Contest
    Oct22

    Ukrainian Wikipedia Awards National Winners of ‘Wiki Loves Earth’ Photo Contest

    Rock-cave complex “Dovbush Rocks”, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, photo by Pavlo Pivovar, via Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA. Ukrainian Wikipedia has given awards to the top 11 photographers in the national segment of the international photo contest “Wiki Loves Earth” which celebrates natural monuments and protected areas. The award ceremony took place...

    Putin references Srebrenica and Kosovo during Valdai panel
    Oct20

    Putin references Srebrenica and Kosovo during Valdai panel

    Closing Russia’s border with the self-proclaimed republics in the east of Ukraine would lead to a bloodbath there, says Vladimir Putin. And Russia will never let happen, he said, according to TASS. “As long as political issues remain unresolved, these territories do not enjoy a special status and amnesty legislation does not exist, a...

    [Opinion] Ukraine language law does not harm minorities
    Oct20

    [Opinion] Ukraine language law does not harm minorities

    Some European politicians keep spreading fictitious arguments on Ukraine’s language law as being an impediment to minority rights, Ukraine’s education minister says. …read more Source:...

    Putin references Srebrenica, and Kosovo, during Valdai panel
    Oct20

    Putin references Srebrenica, and Kosovo, during Valdai panel

    Closing Russia’s border with the self-proclaimed republics in the east of Ukraine would lead to a bloodbath there, says Vladimir Putin.And Russia will never let happen, he said, according to TASS. …read more Source:...

    What should Putin do about the war in Ukraine? Learn from Lenin | Serhii Plokhy
    Oct20

    What should Putin do about the war in Ukraine? Learn from Lenin | Serhii Plokhy

    As the revolution’s centenary nears, Russia must accept that its neighbour is an independent nationAs the centenary of the Russian Revolution comes knocking on the portals of the Kremlin, the Russian government does not know what to do. The wave of post-Soviet popular revolts, from the Georgian Rose Revolution of 2003 to the Revolution of...

    Turkey seeks extradition of German citizen in Ukraine
    Oct19

    Turkey seeks extradition of German citizen in Ukraine

    Turkey is attempting to extradite a German citizen from Ukraine, the man’s lawyer has confirmed to DW. Turkey claims he was involved in two murders but Germany previously denied his extradition over “doubts” in the case. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    BREAKING: 5 dead, 6 wounded by car in Ukraine! (PHOTOS)
    Oct18

    BREAKING: 5 dead, 6 wounded by car in Ukraine! (PHOTOS)

    A car crashed on pedestrians in Ukraine killing five and injuring six more. The scene is horrific. Authorities say it does not appear to be a terrorist act as witnesses saw the car crashing on another vehicle before hitting the people. …read more Source:...

    Caravan of Romanian, Moldovan, Ukrainian journalists visits organisations implementing JOP projects
    Oct18

    Caravan of Romanian, Moldovan, Ukrainian journalists visits organisations implementing JOP projects

    AGERPRES special correspondent Cristian Lupascu reports: A caravan of journalists from Romania, Moldova and Ukraine will be visiting for a week various public bodies in the three countries that have implemented investment projects on European funds under the 2007- 2013 Romania-Ukraine-Moldova Joint Operational Programme. …read more Source:...

    Champions League: Tottenham in pole position after draw against Real Madrid
    Oct18

    Champions League: Tottenham in pole position after draw against Real Madrid

    Description Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo and Tottenham’s Harry Kane Credits Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images Alt Text Real Madrid Tottenham Champions League Man City impress against Napoli and Liverpool make history in Maribor One-Minute Read …read more Source: The...

    Why Europe isn’t worried by Austria’s right tilt (but should be)
    Oct18

    Why Europe isn’t worried by Austria’s right tilt (but should be)

    Regardless of whether it joins the next Austrian government, the far-right Freedom Party was the victor in the country’s election last Sunday. Like Geert Wilders in the Netherlands, the anti-immigration party has built the theater in which the mainstream parties are now performing. Sebastian Kurz — the 31-year-old leader of the Austrian...

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