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    One more Ukrainian serviceman killed in eastern Ukraine: Kiev military
    Apr27

    One more Ukrainian serviceman killed in eastern Ukraine: Kiev military

    KIEV (Reuters) – One Ukrainian serviceman was killed and three other were wounded in attacks by pro-Russian separatists in the past 24 hours in the east, the Ukrainian military said on Monday. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Shelling ‘intensifies’ ahead of EU-Ukraine summit
    Apr27

    [Ticker] Shelling ‘intensifies’ ahead of EU-Ukraine summit

    International monitors, the OSCE, say south-east Ukraine is seeing the “most intense shelling … since fighting began in the area in mid-February 2015” as EU and Ukraine leaders meeting in Kiev Monday. Monitor drones have also spotted “amassing of forces” by the pro-Russia side, including tanks, artillery, and...

    [Agenda] Security issue and Ukraine top EU’s agenda this WEEK
    Apr27

    [Agenda] Security issue and Ukraine top EU’s agenda this WEEK

    The European Commission will this week unveil a “security agenda” for the EU, including how to tackle terrorism, organised crime and cyber crime. …read more Source:...

    OSCE: ‘Intense shelling’ in Ukraine village
    Apr27

    OSCE: ‘Intense shelling’ in Ukraine village

    Ukraine is pressing European leaders for peacekeepers and more financial support as shelling between Kiev forces and pro-Russian separatists intensifies near a strategic government-held city in the east. …read more Source: The Local...

    Pro-NATO, Pro-Gov’t Protest Staged outside Bulgaria Presidency
    Apr27

    Pro-NATO, Pro-Gov’t Protest Staged outside Bulgaria Presidency

    About a hundred people have gathered in front of the Presidency in Bulgaria’s capital Sofia to voice support for Defense Minister Nikolay Nenchev.Demonstrators have also expressed their approval for Bulgaria’s EU and NATO membership.Bulgaria has been a NATO member for ten years now and has been part of the EU since 2007.But part of...

    EU-Ukraine summit as shelling worsens
    Apr27

    EU-Ukraine summit as shelling worsens

    The EU holds talks in Kiev amid concern about the ailing Ukrainian economy, as observers report intense shelling in the country’s east. …read more Source:...

    MH17: German government failed to warn airlines
    Apr27

    MH17: German government failed to warn airlines

    The day MH17 was shot down, German passenger planes were still flying over Eastern Ukraine. There is evidence the Berlin government failed to pass on warnings of dramatic security threats to airlines. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Report: German government failed to warn airlines before MH17
    Apr27

    Report: German government failed to warn airlines before MH17

    The day MH17 was shot down, German passenger planes were still flying over Eastern Ukraine. There is evidence the Berlin government failed to pass on warnings of dramatic security threats to airlines. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin on Crimea: Historical injustice corrected
    Apr27

    Putin on Crimea: Historical injustice corrected

    Russian President Vladimir Putin says he does not regret that Crimea became a part of Russia in 2014 “because historical injustice was corrected” in this way.”I think we did the right thing and I do not regret it,” Putin was heard saying during the documentary “The President” broadcast on Rossiya 1 last night,...

    Putin’s war on truth
    Apr27

    Putin’s war on truth

    It has been a disappointing year for everyone who hoped that Vladimir Putin would lose his appetite for Ukrainian land after taking Crimea. Putin has continued to push forward, to the west, and if he is looking for a catchy marketing slogan to promote the 2018 World Cup in his country it very well could be: “Visit Russia before Russia visits...

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