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    Landmine kills Ukrainian servicemen in separatist east: Kiev military
    Apr04

    Landmine kills Ukrainian servicemen in separatist east: Kiev military

    KIEV (Reuters) – Three Ukrainian serviceman have been killed and two wounded in a landmine explosion in separatist eastern territories, Kiev military spokesman Andriy Lysenko said on Saturday. …read more Source:...

    EurActiv: Athens plays Russian card, eyes Turkish Stream
    Apr04

    EurActiv: Athens plays Russian card, eyes Turkish Stream

    Preparing the ground for a much-discussed visit in Moscow (8-9 April), Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras reiterated his opposition to EU sanctions against Moscow, adding that debt-ridden country’s ambition is to upgrade its relations with Russia, EurActiv reads. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    Ukraine outlaws many Russian-produced police shows and films
    Apr04

    Ukraine outlaws many Russian-produced police shows and films

    A new Ukrainian law bans films and TV shows made after the end of the Soviet Union which glorify Russian police and armed forces. The legislation,… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine prospects for peace: People on the edge of war
    Apr04

    Ukraine prospects for peace: People on the edge of war

    The Ukrainians living through a shaky ceasefire …read more Source:...

    VIDEO: Life in Luhansk after ‘independence’
    Apr04

    VIDEO: Life in Luhansk after ‘independence’

    Natalia Antelava tests the mood in the so-called People’s Republic of Luhansk, several months after pro-Russian rebels declared the city’s independence from Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Can Ukraine save itself from Vladimir Putin and the oligarchs? | Timothy Garton Ash
    Apr03

    Can Ukraine save itself from Vladimir Putin and the oligarchs? | Timothy Garton Ash

    In Kiev, I see signs of a nation being forged in bitter conflict. But it’ll require a heroic effort to succeed‘Welcome to the nation state of Ukraine,” says Mustapha Dzhemilev, a diminutive, soft-spoken 71-year-old leader of the Crimean Tatars, gentle on the outside, hard as steel within. He was deported from Crimea on Stalin’s orders...

    Decline in number of foreign tourists expected in Bulgaria during summer season
    Apr03

    Decline in number of foreign tourists expected in Bulgaria during summer season

    A very difficult summer season is expected as the trend will be last-minute bookings and individually organised holidays, Bulgarian Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova has said. She added it was too early for a specific forecast to be made, as not all of the international tourism exhibitions have ended. However, she said that a 30-percent...

    Europe must not treat Ukraine like another Greece | George Soros
    Apr03

    Europe must not treat Ukraine like another Greece | George Soros

    An EU divided between Russian and US influence, abandoning its values and its political force in the world: this will be the inevitable result if its current Ukraine policy prevailsThe European Union stands at a crossroads. The shape it takes five years from now will be decided in the coming 35 months. Year after year, the EU has successfully...

    Russia, Greece to discuss EU sanctions, economy in Moscow
    Apr03

    Russia, Greece to discuss EU sanctions, economy in Moscow

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras plan to discuss economic ties and the European Union’s sanctions against Moscow when they meet for talks next week, a Kremlin spokesman said on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Moscow condemns ‘anti-Russian campaign’ in U.S.
    Apr03

    Moscow condemns ‘anti-Russian campaign’ in U.S.

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia expressed outrage on Friday over a “frenzied anti-Russian campaign” by U.S. media and political analysts, stepping up a war of words that has intensified during the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source:...

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