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    Ukrainian oligarch Firtash denies graft as he fights extradition to U.S.
    Apr30

    Ukrainian oligarch Firtash denies graft as he fights extradition to U.S.

    VIENNA (Reuters) – Billionaire Ukrainian industrialist Dmytro Firtash declared he was innocent of bribery and money-laundering as an Austrian court began deliberating on Thursday whether to extradite him to the United States to face corruption charges. …read more Source:...

    David Miliband’s aid organisation forced out of eastern Ukraine
    Apr30

    David Miliband’s aid organisation forced out of eastern Ukraine

    Staff from the International Rescue Committee loaded onto a bus by masked gunmen and driven out of separatist controlled territory after rebels’ secret police accuse them of espionage …read more Source: The...

    Search for MH17 crash bodies ends
    Apr30

    Search for MH17 crash bodies ends

    Investigators say they have finished recovering human remains and wreckage from the site of the MH17 plane crash in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Commitment anxiety
    Apr30

    Commitment anxiety

    THE romance between Ukraine and the European Union is full of unmet expectations. Ukraine wants commitment from the EU; the EU wants proof that Ukraine has really changed. When EU officials visited Kiev on April 27th for a joint summit, they snubbed Ukraine’s requests for a peacekeeping force in the Donbas, for additional military aid and...

    Great patriotic war, again
    Apr30

    Great patriotic war, again

    ON MAY 9th 150 Russian military aircraft will streak across the Moscow sky, 16,000 troops will march through Red Square and three intercontinental ballistic missiles will be put on display, all in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s victory over Nazi Germany. Vladimir Putin, the national leader with a fast-developing...

    David Miliband’s aid organisation forced out of Ukraine after being accused of spying
    Apr30

    David Miliband’s aid organisation forced out of Ukraine after being accused of spying

    A group of Western aid workers for an organisation headed by former Foreign Secretary David Miliband have been thrown out of pro-Moscow eastern Ukraine on suspicion of ‘espionage’. …read more Source: Daily...

    100-metre sinkhole ‘swallows seven houses’ in Ukraine
    Apr30

    100-metre sinkhole ‘swallows seven houses’ in Ukraine

    Residents of a village in Ukraine are demanding the government help them after a 100-metre-wide, 60-metre-deep sinkhole opened up, reportedly swallowing seven houses. Salt mines built in western Ukraine 220 years ago slowly began to collect water after they were closed, dissolving underground rock formations beneath some village. And after an...

    IMF says to visit Kiev May 12 to review bailout program
    Apr30

    IMF says to visit Kiev May 12 to review bailout program

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund is set to go to Ukraine on May 12 to review Kiev’s progress with conditions of its $17.5 billion bailout program, an IMF spokesman said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Staff from David Miliband group thrown out of Ukraine by Moscow-backed rebels for ‘SPYING’
    Apr30

    Staff from David Miliband group thrown out of Ukraine by Moscow-backed rebels for ‘SPYING’

    STAFF at a global aid organisation headed by David Miliband have been forced out of eastern Ukraine after being accused of SPYING by pro-Russian rebels. …read more Source:...

    Trilateral contact group on Ukraine to sit in Minsk soon
    Apr30

    Trilateral contact group on Ukraine to sit in Minsk soon

    MINSK, 30 April (BelTA) – Sessions of the trilateral contact group on resolving the crisis in Ukraine and its working groups will take place in Minsk soon, the press service of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs told BelTA. …read more Source:...

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