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    Ukraine president demands a strong statement on Ukraine from EU leaders as summit looms
    Mar19

    Ukraine president demands a strong statement on Ukraine from EU leaders as summit looms

    In an exclusive interview with Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko, the leader spoke to euronews about the upcoming EU summit and what position the… …read more Source:...

    Leaders to hold Greece talks in margins of EU summit
    Mar19

    Leaders to hold Greece talks in margins of EU summit

    EU leaders will talk about energy, Ukraine, Libya and transatlantic trade. But the most heated issue – Greece – will be addressed in the margins of the summit. …read more Source:...

    VIDEO: Divided by the frontline in Ukraine
    Mar19

    VIDEO: Divided by the frontline in Ukraine

    Tom Burridge reports from one of Ukraine’s divided regions, Donetsk, from both sides of the frontline. …read more Source:...

    Russia and energy on summit agenda
    Mar19

    Russia and energy on summit agenda

    Many leaders of the European Union’s member states are heading into a two-day summit today expecting a relatively quiet meeting, but fearful that a topic that is not on the agenda, Greece’s battle with its creditors, will disrupt the meeting and sour the mood. The summit will start with a conversation with Martin Schulz, the president...

    British military trainers in Ukraine
    Mar19

    British military trainers in Ukraine

    British military personnel have begun training members of the Ukrainian army engaged in fighting against pro-Russian rebels, the BBC learns. …read more Source:...

    EU struggles to find consensus on Libya
    Mar19

    EU struggles to find consensus on Libya

    Federica Mogherini, the European Union’s foreign policy chief, is asking European leaders to consider deploying troops to Libya to help international efforts to stabilise the country, but the idea has been greeted warily. She has also encountered deep scepticism about proposals to create camps in Libya to house would-be migrants to Europe....

    Crimea Tatars living ‘in fear’
    Mar19

    Crimea Tatars living ‘in fear’

    The leader of the Crimean Tatars has warned that, 12 months after Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine, his community is living in an “atmosphere of fear and intimidation”, and is being weakened by migration. Mustafa Dzhemilev, a Soviet-era dissident who has been thrown out of Crimea, said in Brussels on 17 March that a United Nations calculation...

    How to lose friends and alienate people
    Mar19

    How to lose friends and alienate people

    Friendship generates goodwill and friends in need of favours can usually expect offers of help and understanding. The European Union’s political culture attaches a premium to co-operation and solidarity because the club cannot successfully function without them. Member states only lose the goodwill of their partners in extreme...

    Imagining Russia without Putin
    Mar19

    Imagining Russia without Putin

    Prescient or preposterous? Vladimir Putin’s absence from public life sparked a frenzy of speculation last week. Some commentators thought a backstage coup was under way or at least a full-scale Kremlin power struggle, in which the Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov (a staunch ally of Putin) was ranged against the siloviki of the security and...

    Ukraine’s refugees find new future in Poland
    Mar19

    Ukraine’s refugees find new future in Poland

    Ukrainian refugees begin new lives in Poland …read more Source:...

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