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    Foul stench in rebel-held east Ukraine as war hits water treatment
    Mar18

    Foul stench in rebel-held east Ukraine as war hits water treatment

    DONETSK, Ukraine (Reuters) – Fighting in east Ukraine has interfered with water treatment, producing a foul stench from the taps that aid workers say could bring health risks. …read more Source:...

    Russia celebrates anniversary of Crimea takeover – and eyes second annexation
    Mar18

    Russia celebrates anniversary of Crimea takeover – and eyes second annexation

    Vladimir Putin praises ‘amazing patriotism’ of Russian people as protectorate of South Ossetia signs integration treaty with Kremlin Related: Crimea still erasing its Ukrainian past a year after Russia’s takeover Russia celebrated the one-year anniversary of its annexation of the Crimea peninsula from Ukraine on Wednesday with an...

    Putin admits Crimea sanctions damage
    Mar18

    Putin admits Crimea sanctions damage

    As thousands of Russians hail the anniversary of Crimea’s annexation, President Putin says sanctions have been damaging but not fatal. …read more Source:...

    NATO intercepts Russian fighters over Baltic Sea
    Mar18

    NATO intercepts Russian fighters over Baltic Sea

    VILNIUS (Reuters) – A NATO patrol intercepted Russian fighter jets over the Baltic Sea, Lithuanian authorities said on Wednesday, as Moscow marks the anniversary of its takeover of Crimea with one of its largest military drills in years. …read more Source:...

    Russian Nationalist Idol: The Man Who Started the War in Ukraine
    Mar18

    Russian Nationalist Idol: The Man Who Started the War in Ukraine

    Strelkov claims to have convinced Russian President Putin to start the war in eastern Ukraine. The nationalist is seen as a hero by the Russia’s extremist fringe. And he is continuing the fight to return his country to its past glory. …read more Source: Der...

    Bulgarian Minister of Tourism expects hard summer season
    Mar18

    Bulgarian Minister of Tourism expects hard summer season

    We can expect a very difficult summer season in 2015, but there is no need to draw apocalyptic pictures, because this also affects tourism. This is what Bulgarian Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova told MPs at a meeting of the parliamentary committee on economic policy and tourism. Ms. Angelkova admitted that Bulgaria could expect a decline...

    New Chernobyl shelter into final construction phase
    Mar18

    New Chernobyl shelter into final construction phase

    The building of a new structure to contain radiation from Chernobyl in Ukraine and make it safe is into its final stage. The shelter, more than 100… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Starts Demobilisation of Troops from Combat Zone
    Mar18

    Ukraine Starts Demobilisation of Troops from Combat Zone

    Ukraine has launched the demobilisation of troops summoned for active duty since 17 March 2014 over the conflict with pro-Russian rebels in the country’s eastern regions, Interfax reported on Wednesday. About 30,000 government troops will be discharged from the combat area starting 18 March. Some 35,300 servicemen are eligible for the...

    Video: Crimea’s isolation increasing after Russian annexation
    Mar18

    Video: Crimea’s isolation increasing after Russian annexation

    A group of truck and taxi drivers gather on a railway platform in the southeastern Ukrainian town of Novooleksiyivka to greet what was the Kiev-Simferopol train. …read more Source: France...

    Sweden security forces fear Russian military operations: report
    Mar18

    Sweden security forces fear Russian military operations: report

    STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Sweden’s security services said on Wednesday they feared possible Russian military operations against their country following a big increase in espionage activity since the Ukraine crisis erupted a year ago. …read more Source:...

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