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    UN says refugee numbers in Ukraine conflict soar to over 800,000
    Apr21

    UN says refugee numbers in Ukraine conflict soar to over 800,000

    The number of Ukrainians who have fled to neighboring countries since the beginning of the conflict in Donbas has exceeded 800,000, a report by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) says, TASS reports. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    US troops in Ukraine to train soldiers, angering Russia
    Apr21

    US troops in Ukraine to train soldiers, angering Russia

    Some 250 American troops are in Ukraine to help train local soldiers, as the conflict with pro-Russian rebels in the east continues. “While Barack… …read more Source:...

    Laaneots opposes lethal weapons aid to Ukraine
    Apr21

    Laaneots opposes lethal weapons aid to Ukraine

    Former head of the Estonian Defense Forces and current Reform Party MP Ants Laaneots said that at this point, he does not advocate supporting Ukraine with lethal weapons. …read more Source:...

    US pledges extra $17.7m humanitarian aid to Ukraine
    Apr21

    US pledges extra $17.7m humanitarian aid to Ukraine

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    As Ukraine rages next door, Moldova is building up arms
    Apr20

    As Ukraine rages next door, Moldova is building up arms

    The Republic of Moldova is planning to purchase modern defense technologies and set up a new military base. The new government in Chisinau is hoping for help from partner states. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Machine plant close to standstill as demand dwindles in war-torn Donbass
    Apr20

    Machine plant close to standstill as demand dwindles in war-torn Donbass

    The machine-building plant Jelgavas mašīnbūves rūpnīca (JMR) is facing a possible forced shut-down of production because the bulk of its orders from southeastern Ukraine’s coal mining fields and metallurgical plants have ceased due to the war-torn region’s shattered economy, where demand for the Jelgava-produced heavy equipment has...

    US paratroopers begin training Ukraine National Guard soldiers
    Apr20

    US paratroopers begin training Ukraine National Guard soldiers

    Paratroopers from the United States have begun training Ukrainian National Guard soldiers. A fragile ceasefire between Kyiv’s forces and pro-Russia separatists in eastern Ukraine appears to be holding. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Jelgava plant close to standstill as demand dwindles in war-torn Donbass
    Apr20

    Jelgava plant close to standstill as demand dwindles in war-torn Donbass

    The machine-building plant Jelgavas mašīnbūves rūpnīca (JMR) is facing a possible forced shut-down of production because the bulk of its orders from southeastern Ukraine’s coal mining fields and metallurgical plants have ceased due to the war-torn region’s shattered economy, where demand for the Jelgava-produced heavy equipment has...

    Putin wants whole Ukraine, will have it – Czech TOP 09 head
    Apr20

    Putin wants whole Ukraine, will have it – Czech TOP 09 head

    Prague – Russian President Vladimir Putin wants to control the whole of Ukraine and he will eventually succeed, Karel Schwarzenberg, former Czech foreign minister who heads the opposition TOP 09, said… …read more Source: České...

    [Ticker] Russia reviews food sanctions on Cyprus, Greece, and Hungary
    Apr20

    [Ticker] Russia reviews food sanctions on Cyprus, Greece, and Hungary

    The Russian food safety authority, Rosselkhoznadzor, has begun inspections in Greece and Hungary with a view to lifting sanctions, its deputy head Aleksey Alekseenko told Russian media Monday. Inspections in Cyprus are to begin on 27 April. All three states have criticised EU economic sanctions on Russia. …read more Source:...

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