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    Ukraine puts Visegrad solidarity to the test
    Mar23

    Ukraine puts Visegrad solidarity to the test

    Central Europe is sharply divided on the crisis in Ukraine, while the EU is anxious to maintain unity. Several of the countries reject the very notion of Russia as a security threat. Rob Cameron reports from Prague. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO’s Breedlove says ‘all tools’ on table to help Ukraine
    Mar22

    NATO’s Breedlove says ‘all tools’ on table to help Ukraine

    NATO’S top military commander has said the West should “consider all our tools” to assist Ukraine. This, General Philip Breedlove said, includes sending defensive weapons to areas held by pro-Russian rebels. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine oligarchs top cash contributors to Clinton Foundation – report
    Mar22

    Ukraine oligarchs top cash contributors to Clinton Foundation – report

    From 2009 up to 2013, the year the Ukrainian crisis erupted, the Clinton Foundation received at least $8.6 million from the Victor …read more Source:...

    Fearful of Russia, Lithuanian volunteers sign up fearing a repeat of Ukraine
    Mar22

    Fearful of Russia, Lithuanian volunteers sign up fearing a repeat of Ukraine

    Finishing his working week as a lawyer, Robert Juodka puts on his fatigues, loads his assault rifles into the car and heads off to the woods to take part in training. He and his comrades regard their “war games” as deadly serious; preparations for resisting a Russian invasion. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine likely to restructure Russia debt
    Mar22

    Ukraine likely to restructure Russia debt

    Ukraine government is squaring up to its international creditors …read more Source: Financial...

    Ukraine ex-president’s son ‘drowns’
    Mar22

    Ukraine ex-president’s son ‘drowns’

    A son of Viktor Yanukovych reportedly drowns in Lake Baikal in Russia – the latest in a series of deaths of people close to Ukraine’s ex-president. …read more Source:...

    Crisis in Ukraine led to greater unity in EU, according to Foreign Minister Mitov
    Mar22

    Crisis in Ukraine led to greater unity in EU, according to Foreign Minister Mitov

    EU sanctions against Russia are the only alternative to a more severe scenario. We apply them not because we want to, but because we have to. The choice for annexing the Crimea and destabilized eastern Ukraine was made in Moscow. This was what Bulgarian Minister of Foreign Affairs Daniel Mitov said during the youth format of the Brussels Forum...

    Son of former Ukrainian leader Viktor Yanukovych dies in accident in Russia
    Mar22

    Son of former Ukrainian leader Viktor Yanukovych dies in accident in Russia

    Viktor Yanukovych’s son of same name killed after minibus plunges through ice on Lake Baikal in Siberia, reports Ukrainian politicianAn associate of Ukraine’s deposed president says the former leader’s son has died in an accident in which a minibus plunged through the ice on Lake Baikal in Russia.Nestor Shufrych, a deputy in...

    Bulgaria President Also to Boycott Victory Day Celebrations in Moscow
    Mar22

    Bulgaria President Also to Boycott Victory Day Celebrations in Moscow

    President Rosen Plevneliev will not attend the May 9 celebrations in Moscow marking the allies’ victory over Nazi Germany during World War Two. The Bulgarian head of state’s press office confirmed this following reports in Russian news website that President Plevneliev has declined an invitation. A similar position has already been...

    Fund-raising bid launched for Polish refugees from Ukraine
    Mar22

    Fund-raising bid launched for Polish refugees from Ukraine

    The charity organization Caritas Polska has launched a fund-raising campaign to help ethnic Poles from the conflict-torn parts of Ukraine who want to start a new life in Poland. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

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