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    Poroshenko blasts ‘pseudo-ceasefire’ in talks with Merkel in Berlin
    May14

    Poroshenko blasts ‘pseudo-ceasefire’ in talks with Merkel in Berlin

    President Poroshenko and Chancellor Merkel have emphasized the ceasefire struck in February to end the conflict in eastern Ukraine continues to be violated. “Ukraine is losing its best sons every day,” Poroshenko said. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Croatia’s FM: Kerry optimistic after meeting with Putin and Lavrov
    May13

    Croatia’s FM: Kerry optimistic after meeting with Putin and Lavrov

    US State Secretary John Kerry is “moderately optimistic” with regard to a solution to the Ukraine crisis after yesterday’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Croatia’s Foreign Minister Vesna Pusic said in… …read more Source:...

    NATO foreign ministers: Moscow ‘must stop’ destabilization of Ukraine
    May13

    NATO foreign ministers: Moscow ‘must stop’ destabilization of Ukraine

    The top diplomats from NATO nations have met with their Ukrainian counterpart to put the heat on Russia to speed up the truce in Ukraine. According to the bloc, Moscow has been building up its Black Sea military might. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Nato says Russia’s nuclear rhetoric irresponsible
    May13

    Nato says Russia’s nuclear rhetoric irresponsible

    Alliance ministers concerned about Crimean threats …read more Source: Financial...

    The Tribe: a signed story of sex and violence in a deaf school
    May13

    The Tribe: a signed story of sex and violence in a deaf school

    Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy’s violent new film is set in a deaf school – and completely signed. The Ukrainian director on the revolution in Kiev, his vision for contemporary silent film and what it’s like to suddenly be hotMyroslav Slaboshpytskiy is remembering his secondary school and the deaf children who attended the state boarding...

    Ukraine hits back at ‘Facebook trolls’
    May13

    Ukraine hits back at ‘Facebook trolls’

    A campaign urges Facebook to act against what activists describe as Russian attempts to silence pro-Ukrainian voices. …read more Source:...

    Dacic: Serbia back all EU decisions except sanctions on Russia
    May13

    Dacic: Serbia back all EU decisions except sanctions on Russia

    BELGRADE – Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said Wednesday that, when it comes to harmonizing the country’s foreign policy with the EU’s, …read more Source:...

    Dutch FM: Harsh words for Russia “breach of trust,” no talk of MH17
    May13

    Dutch FM: Harsh words for Russia “breach of trust,” no talk of MH17

    According to Minister Bert Koenders of Foreign Affairs, the “breach of trust” caused by Russia’s illegal annexation of the Crimea and the country’s interference in the conflict in Eastern Ukraine will first have to be repaired before the international approach to Russia can get back to normal. The post Dutch FM: Harsh...

    Nuclear waste stored in ‘shocking’ way 120 miles from Ukrainian front line
    May13

    Nuclear waste stored in ‘shocking’ way 120 miles from Ukrainian front line

    Experts raise concerns over waste stored in the open air at Europe’s largest nuclear power station, as the conflict increases Ukraine’s reliance on power from its ageing plantsConcerns have been raised by environmentalists and atomic power experts over the way waste is being stored at Europe’s largest nuclear power station, in...

    Ukraine on the agenda as Foreign Minister Schetyna attends NATO summit
    May13

    Ukraine on the agenda as Foreign Minister Schetyna attends NATO summit

    Foreign Minister of Poland Grzegorz Schetyna is taking part in a two-day summit in Turkey with his counterparts from fellow NATO member states. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

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