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    Two Ukrainian servicemen killed in eastern Ukraine: Kiev military
    May04

    Two Ukrainian servicemen killed in eastern Ukraine: Kiev military

    KIEV (Reuters) – Two Ukrainian servicemen were killed and five wounded in continued clashes with pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine despite a two-month ceasefire, Kiev’s military said on Monday. …read more Source:...

    MH17 culprits must be prosecuted | De Telegraaf – Netherlands
    May04

    MH17 culprits must be prosecuted | De Telegraaf – Netherlands

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    Bulgarian Student ‘Opens Fire, Wounds 4’ in Odessa
    May04

    Bulgarian Student ‘Opens Fire, Wounds 4’ in Odessa

    A brawl involving drunken students in the Ukrainian city of Odessa has ended in four people being injured after a Bulgarian opened fire on his colleagues, a Ukrainian news website reports.According to 368.media, a Russian-language outlet, a scandal broke between two groups of students at the Odessa I.I. Melchikov National University.Reportedly,...

    Ukraine strengthens control on Belarusian border waiting for saboteurs
    May04

    Ukraine strengthens control on Belarusian border waiting for saboteurs

    Control on the state border in the Volyn and Rivne regions has been strengthened. …read more Source:...

    Dacic condemns ceasefire violations
    May04

    Dacic condemns ceasefire violations

    OSCE Chairperson-in-Office and Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic condemned on Sunday the ceasefire violations in eastern Ukraine over the past few days.He “voiced serious concern over the use of proscribed heavy weapons as well as the increased fighting in and around Donetsk and Shyrokyne,” the OSCE office in Belgrade said....

    [Feature] Ukraine: ‘People say there is no ceasefire’
    May04

    [Feature] Ukraine: ‘People say there is no ceasefire’

    Over 5 million people in Ukraine are in dire need of humanitarian aid. But the lack of funding, international interest, and government bureaucracy is creating the ‘perfect storm’ for a major humanitarian disaster on Europe’s doorstep. …read more Source:...

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Monday 4 May 2015
    May04

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Monday 4 May 2015

    TWO SHOT DEAD AT US ANTI-ISLAM EVENT Two gunmen have been shot dead by police after allegedly opening fire on a conference centre in Garland, Texas, which was hosting a meeting of an anti-Islamic group attended by Dutch far-right politician Geert Wilders. A security guard was injured – and police suspect the men’s vehicle contains a...

    VIDEO: Shells rip through homes in Ukraine
    May04

    VIDEO: Shells rip through homes in Ukraine

    Heavy shelling took place overnight in Donetsk. One Ukrainian soldier and two civilians have been killed in the past 24 hours. …read more Source:...

    Poland’s left faces extinction
    May04

    Poland’s left faces extinction

    WARSAW — The left ruled Poland during four decades of communism and even after the collapse of the Soviet empire it remained a potent political force — but this year could mark its end. The presidential election on May 9 could have been a chance for the left to pull itself together before parliamentary elections in the fall. Instead, it could be...

    Zeman to praise Poroshenko when meeting Putin
    May03

    Zeman to praise Poroshenko when meeting Putin

    Czech president says he primarily intends to discuss the economy …read more Source: The Prague...

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