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    Ukraine ‘hero’ battles on in Moscow cell
    Mar05

    Ukraine ‘hero’ battles on in Moscow cell

    Imprisoned female pilot weak from hunger strike but still defiant …read more Source: Financial...

    Ukraine’s coal pits: dangerous in peace time, deadlier in war
    Mar05

    Ukraine’s coal pits: dangerous in peace time, deadlier in war

    DONETSK, Ukraine (Reuters) – Ivan Lazarenko, one of those pulled out alive after an explosion at a mine near the frontline in rebel-held east Ukraine killed 33 workers, lay in hospital on Thursday, still unconscious and in bandages. …read more Source:...

    EU extends Yanukovich asset freeze, drops sanctions on some allies
    Mar05

    EU extends Yanukovich asset freeze, drops sanctions on some allies

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union said on Thursday it had extended a freeze on the assets of ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich and 17 others suspected of stealing from the Ukrainian state. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s former finance minister is arrested near Valencia over £6m ’embezzlement’
    Mar05

    Ukraine’s former finance minister is arrested near Valencia over £6m ’embezzlement’

    Ukraine’s former finance minister, Yuri Kolobov, has become the first member of the former, pro-Russian, government in Kiev to be arrested after he was detained by Spanish police near Valencia. …read more Source: The...

    Portugal ranks 10th in the world’s 15 “grimmest” economies
    Mar05

    Portugal ranks 10th in the world’s 15 “grimmest” economies

    The good news is that Portugal is in 10th position. Greece, for example, is up near the top at number five and Spain is doing worse, too, pegged at number six. What are we talking about? Bloomberg’s “misery index”: the 15 countries of the world with what the financial website calls the “saddest, most painful economies”. On the basis of...

    Exclusive: Scribbled note shows Nemtsov on trail of Russian deaths in Ukraine
    Mar05

    Exclusive: Scribbled note shows Nemtsov on trail of Russian deaths in Ukraine

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – It may have been the last note Boris Nemtsov ever wrote, a hurried scrawl in blue pen on a plain white sheet of A4 paper. …read more Source:...

    Intereuropa Sales, Profit Down in 2014
    Mar05

    Intereuropa Sales, Profit Down in 2014

    Logistics group Intereuropa generated EUR 140.8m in sales revenues in 2014, according to unaudited figures. This is a 13% drop compared to the year before, which the company attributes to the Ukraine crisis. Net profit dropped from EUR 2.15m in 2013 to EUR 329,000 last year. …read more Source:...

    On the border
    Mar05

    On the border

    NARVA, an Estonian town on the Russian border, is tired of hearing it is next. “There simply couldn’t be a repeat of Crimea here,” says Vladislav Ponjatovsky, head of a local trade union. Mr Ponjatovsky, an ethnic Russian, helped launch a Narva autonomy referendum in 1993. Now he would never consider it. Today’s Estonia offers higher...

    Russian troops ‘dying in large numbers in Ukraine’
    Mar05

    Russian troops ‘dying in large numbers in Ukraine’

    Russian troops are dying in combat in “large numbers” in eastern Ukraine, where pro-Russian separatists have been fighting against government forces for a year, a NATO official has said. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Lukashenko extends condolences to Ukraine over tragic death of miners
    Mar05

    Lukashenko extends condolences to Ukraine over tragic death of miners

    “It is with deep sorrow that people in Belarus have learned the news about the tragic death of miners,” the message of condolences reads. …read more Source:...

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