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    Corruption still rife in Ukraine, expert admits
    Apr07

    Corruption still rife in Ukraine, expert admits

    Kadri Liik, an Estonian senior policy fellow at London-based European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) told ERR that corruption is still a natural way of conducting business in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Rosneft LNG plant may be delayed by two years – sources
    Apr07

    Rosneft LNG plant may be delayed by two years – sources

    State-controlled Rosneft struggling due to sanctions imposed over Ukraine conflict …read more Source: The Irish...

    OSCE: Ukrainian forces moving new heavy weaponry to buffer zone in Donbas
    Apr07

    OSCE: Ukrainian forces moving new heavy weaponry to buffer zone in Donbas

    VIENNA – Observers from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) have registered that Ukrainian forces are moving new heavy …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: Another crisis for ‘Europe’s bread basket’
    Apr07

    Ukraine: Another crisis for ‘Europe’s bread basket’

    A year on since the start of the Ukraine crisis, the power struggle between Brussels, Moscow and Kyiv shows no sign of abating. International affairs expert, Alexander Mercouris, told DW about the wider implications. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    The “long goal is to weaken the EU”, expert says
    Apr07

    The “long goal is to weaken the EU”, expert says

    The contest between Russia and Europe is about the rule of law, and Ukraine is a testing ground, a US expert says. It’s “a challenge for the European Union and its leading member states.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Mogilev Open Competitions to gather gymnasts from four countries
    Apr07

    Mogilev Open Competitions to gather gymnasts from four countries

    Young athletes from Belgorod (Russia), Liepaja (Latvia), Donetsk (Ukraine) and several cities of Belarus, a total of nearly 100 gymnasts aged 8-18, will take part in the competitions. …read more Source:...

    SBU detains Russian citizen suspected of organizing bombings in Kharkiv
    Apr07

    SBU detains Russian citizen suspected of organizing bombings in Kharkiv

    Ukraine’s SBU state security service has detained in Kharkiv a woman suspected of organizing bombings in the city, including today’s attack on the stele on Prospekt Pravda. …read more Source:...

    Stele with national flag attacked with bomb in center of Kharkiv
    Apr07

    Stele with national flag attacked with bomb in center of Kharkiv

    A stele with Ukraine’s national flag was attacked by a bomber on Prospekt Pravda in the center of Kharkiv early on Tuesday morning, but the explosive device failed to bring down the flagpole. …read more Source:...

    EU capitals try to downplay Tsipras' visit to Moscow
    Apr07

    EU capitals try to downplay Tsipras' visit to Moscow

    Author(s): Dan Alexe h_51876365.jpg Athens’ flirting with Moscow has caused anger and stupefaction among Greece’s European allies, particularly after the government, on its first day in office, issued a public rebuke to the EU over a joint statement regarding sanctions on Russia. …read more Source: New...

    Tsipras putting off EU partners with Moscow trip | Kurier – Austria
    Apr07

    Tsipras putting off EU partners with Moscow trip | Kurier – Austria

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