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    Giant sinkhole swallows seven homes in Ukraine leaving villagers terrified
    May01

    Giant sinkhole swallows seven homes in Ukraine leaving villagers terrified

    A gigantic sinkhole in western Ukraine has left villagers terrified after it reportedly swallowed seven houses. …read more Source: The...

    Steinmeier says Germany is happy to have Croatia as partner
    May01

    Steinmeier says Germany is happy to have Croatia as partner

    German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said in Zagreb on Thursday that Germany was happy to have Croatia as a partner in dealing with burning global and regional problems, including the refugee crisis in the Mediterranean, the conflict in Ukraine,… …read more Source:...

    POLITICO Playbook Plus: GUESS WHO’S not coming to dinner
    May01

    POLITICO Playbook Plus: GUESS WHO’S not coming to dinner

    GASTRONOMICAL DIVIDE: French far-right MEPs Marine Le Pen and her father Jean-Marie have always jointly entertained guests in the members’ restaurant at the European Parliament in Strasbourg. But this week it’s separate checks, please! Seems their teams have made arrangements for two tables, with screens dividing them. Breaking bread...

    [Ticker] Austria declines US extradition of Ukraine oligarch
    May01

    [Ticker] Austria declines US extradition of Ukraine oligarch

    An Austrian court has said US authorities failed to justify their extradition claim for Dmytro Firtash, a Ukraine oligarch accused of using US banks to bribe Indian officials. The US has filed an appeal. Firtash was a middleman in the Ukraine-Russia gas trade and has self-confessed links to Russian mafia. …read more Source:...

    Austria: Court refuses to extradite Ukrainian billionaire Firtash to US
    May01

    Austria: Court refuses to extradite Ukrainian billionaire Firtash to US

    An Austrian court has refused to extradite Ukrainian businessman Dmytro Firtash to the US on corruption charges. A judge in Vienna said American… …read more Source:...

    ‘There was heroism and cruelty on both sides’: the truth behind one of Ukraine’s deadliest days
    May01

    ‘There was heroism and cruelty on both sides’: the truth behind one of Ukraine’s deadliest days

    A year on from rioting and a fire in Odessa that left 48 pro-Russia activists dead, there are claims of complicity between police and activists across the divideThe emergency calls became increasingly desperate. “When are you coming? It’s already burning and there are people inside,” a woman told the fire brigade dispatcher. Minutes later,...

    POLITICO Brussels Playbook — UK general election special
    May01

    POLITICO Brussels Playbook — UK general election special

    by Ryan Heath @PoliticoRyan | send tips to [email protected] Welcome to a special UK election edition of Brussels Playbook: your guide to what’s about to happen in Britain and what you need to know come May 8. BUT FIRST, A REMINDER: Today is the six-month anniversary of the Juncker Commission. AND SOME EU SPEED READS: 1) ORBÁN BACKS AWAY...

    Oligarch avoids extradition to US
    May01

    Oligarch avoids extradition to US

    A judge in Austria turns down a US bid to extradite Ukrainian oligarch Dmytro Firtash, ruling that not enough evidence has been presented. …read more Source:...

    Firtash extradition request denied
    Apr30

    Firtash extradition request denied

    NEWSFLASH: Ukrainian oligarch Dmytro Firtash’s planned extradition to the USA has been rejected by an Austrian court Thursday. …read more Source: The Local...

    World leaders review Ukraine’s fragile peace
    Apr30

    World leaders review Ukraine’s fragile peace

    The leaders of the four nations most closely involved with the truce in eastern Ukraine have held fresh talks on the violence that has not yet left the region. Kyiv says Russia has offered to send a peacekeeping force. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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