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    Ukraine releases Austrian ex-judo champ suspected of child sex abuse
    Sep16

    Ukraine releases Austrian ex-judo champ suspected of child sex abuse

    Austrian former Olympic judo champion Peter Seisenbacher, wanted on charges of child sex abuse, was freed by Ukrainian justice officials pending an extradition hearing, prosecutors said on Tuesday. …read more Source: The Local...

    The Weekly Tripwire – Issue 8
    Sep15

    The Weekly Tripwire – Issue 8

    Russia ‘shining of the good’ – Freedom House slams the two region’s HR record – Russification of Gali schools advances – Russian bases cajole children – Military keep training – Khajimba wants a new road to Russia – Tskhinvali strengthens Donbass link – The [Russian] Eagle has landed...

    Ukraine demands Russia stop torturing Crimean Tatars: report
    Sep15

    Ukraine demands Russia stop torturing Crimean Tatars: report

    Ukraine’s foreign ministry has demanded that Russia stop torturing Crimean Tatars in the annexed Crimea region, according to a report. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Can Ukraine pave an economic path back to normality?
    Sep15

    Can Ukraine pave an economic path back to normality?

    Three years after Ukraine sank into conflict, its government is pursuing economic reforms. The issue of new Eurobonds by Ukraine expected next week will mark the biggest step the country has taken to recover its economic sovereignty since Russia initiated armed aggression against it in 2014. Not many Ukraine watchers expected the country to...

    Polish citizen detained over alleged bribe in Ukraine: report
    Sep15

    Polish citizen detained over alleged bribe in Ukraine: report

    A Polish citizen holding a senior managerial position at the Ukrainian state rail company Ukrzaliznytsia was detained by the country’s security service (SBU) when allegedly accepting a USD 70,000 bribe on Wednesday, according to reports. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Russia tests ICMB missile along NATO border
    Sep15

    Russia tests ICMB missile along NATO border

    Russia carried out an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) test in the country’s remote northwest ahead of a huge war game scheduled to begin later this week that will involve thousands of troops near the Belarus western border with NATO countries. The launch of the RS-24 Yars missile, a weapon with a reported range of 7,500 miles and...

    Migrants stuck on endless ferry journey as countries refuse entry
    Sep15

    Migrants stuck on endless ferry journey as countries refuse entry

    Men stowed away on Istanbul to Odessa ferry and are stuck at sea while both Turkey and Ukraine refuse to take themTwelve migrants, apparently from North Africa, have been sailing to and fro between Istanbul and Odessa on a Danish passenger ferry for the last seven weeks, locked in four cabins with no country willing to take them. According to the...

    Romanian, Bulgarian, Greek, Hungarian foreign ministers sign joint letter on Ukraine’s education law
    Sep15

    Romanian, Bulgarian, Greek, Hungarian foreign ministers sign joint letter on Ukraine’s education law

    Romania’s Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zakharieva, Greece’s Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and Hungary’s Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto have sent their Ukrainian counterpart Pavlo Klimkin, Council of Europe’s Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland and OSCE High Commissioner for...

    Romanian, Bulgarian, Greek, Hungarian foreign ministers sign joint letter on Ukraine’s education law
    Sep15

    Romanian, Bulgarian, Greek, Hungarian foreign ministers sign joint letter on Ukraine’s education law

    Romania’s Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zakharieva, Greece’s Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and Hungary’s Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto have sent their Ukrainian counterpart Pavlo Klimkin, Council of Europe’s Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland and OSCE High Commissioner for...

    Sofia concerned that education law in Ukraine may affect study of Bulgarian language in schools
    Sep15

    Sofia concerned that education law in Ukraine may affect study of Bulgarian language in schools

    We have sent a joint letter with the Foreign Ministers of Romania, Greece and Hungary to our Ukrainian counterpart on occasion of legislative amendments in that country that limit language teaching in mother tongue after the 5th grade, Bulgaria’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva said on Thursday. The Foreign Ministers of...

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