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    The 20 photographs of the week
    Mar07

    The 20 photographs of the week

    Nigerians fleeing from Boko Haram, Harrison Ford’s plane crash, devastation in Ukraine, fashion week in Paris, Los Angeles skid row shooting – the best photography in news, culture and sport from around the world this week … …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine Rebels Claim Heavy Weapons Withdrawn under Minsk Deal
    Mar07

    Ukraine Rebels Claim Heavy Weapons Withdrawn under Minsk Deal

    There are no more rebel weapons in Eastern Ukraine’s front line, the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic claims. According to Aleksandar Zakharchenko, who heads the “Republic”, the heavy arms have been “fully removed” under a ceasefire deal agreed in Minsk, Belarus, in February. Zakharcheno is quoted by...

    Ukraine rebels ‘pull heavy weapons’
    Mar07

    Ukraine rebels ‘pull heavy weapons’

    The pro-Russia separatist leader in Donetsk in east Ukraine says rebels have fully removed heavy arms from the front line as agreed in the ceasefire. …read more Source:...

    Bushati participates in the informal meeting of EU ministers of Foreign Affairs in Riga
    Mar07

    Bushati participates in the informal meeting of EU ministers of Foreign Affairs in Riga

    TIRANA, March 7 /ATA-Gjergji Mima/ – Albanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ditmir Bushati attended the informal meeting of EU Ministers of Foreign Affairs, which took place in Riga, Latvia on March 6-7. Besides ministers of member countries, foreign ministers of candidate countries for EU membership – Albania, Turkey, Serbia, Montenegro and...

    EU shows little appetite for more Russia sanctions
    Mar07

    EU shows little appetite for more Russia sanctions

    RIGA (Reuters) – EU foreign ministers showed little appetite on Saturday for stepping up pressure on Russia over Ukraine, preferring to give a fragile ceasefire a chance before deciding whether to apply more sanctions or even to extend existing ones. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria to Back New Sanctions if Russia Violates Minsk Agreement
    Mar07

    Bulgaria to Back New Sanctions if Russia Violates Minsk Agreement

    Bulgaria is ready to support further measures against Russia if Moscow fails to abide by the deal reached in Minsk on the conflict in Eastern Ukraine, the country’s Foreign Minister has said.Mitov is attending a two-day meeting of EU member states’ top diplomats dedicated to the situation in the Donbass region where Kiev forces and...

    Russia Police Arrests Two over Nemtsov Killing
    Mar07

    Russia Police Arrests Two over Nemtsov Killing

    Two men have been detained over the killing of Boris Nemtsov, a Russian oppositioner who was shot dead late on February 27, Russian officials say.They are named as Anzor Gubashev and Zaur Dadayev, according to the Federal Security Service (FSB) director Aleksandr Bortnikov. Bortnikov told Russia’s state-owned Pervy Kanal (First Channel) the...

    Britain sends Ukraine military aid worth £850,000 after Kiev asks for help with basic equipment
    Mar07

    Britain sends Ukraine military aid worth £850,000 after Kiev asks for help with basic equipment

    The UK is to supply a further package of non-lethal military equipment worth £850,000 as a gift to the government of Ukraine, it has been announced. …read more Source: Daily...

    Steelworks hosts symbolic relaunch
    Mar07

    Steelworks hosts symbolic relaunch

    Production at the once-mothballed Liepajas metalurgs steel-making plant in the coastal Kurzeme port city was relaunched symbolically Friday by its new Ukrainian owners who have merged their corporate name to the former facility so that it is now called KVV Liepajas metalurgs (KVV LM). …read more Source:...

    Russia vs the west: the consequences of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine
    Mar07

    Russia vs the west: the consequences of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has destroyed the peace in Europe for a generation. Illustration by André Carrilho A year since Vladimir Putin shocked Europe by annexing Crimea and fomenting rebellion in Ukraine’s previously quiet Donbas region, his undeclared war on the Russians’ east Slav brothers has become the “new-old normal”...

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