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    Russia targeted Carl Bildt in smear campaign
    Mar13

    Russia targeted Carl Bildt in smear campaign

    Sweden’s former Foreign Minister and Prime Minister Carl Bildt was accused by Russian media of being a CIA agent who sought revenge for Karl XII’s defeat in a battle against Russia in 1709, as the Ukraine crisis unfolded, it has emerged. …read more Source: The Local...

    Rumours swirl in Moscow about Vladimir Putin’s health
    Mar13

    Rumours swirl in Moscow about Vladimir Putin’s health

    Vladimir Putin was last seen in public when he met with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi on 5 March, pictured. It was claimed the Ukraine crisis may have contributed to his failing health. …read more Source: Daily...

    Everton take slender first leg lead over Dynamo Kiev
    Mar13

    Everton take slender first leg lead over Dynamo Kiev

    Late Romelu Lukaku penalty gives homes side the edge in last 16 Europa League tie …read more Source: The Irish...

    Steinmeier: Minsk process no guarantee for success but without alternative
    Mar12

    Steinmeier: Minsk process no guarantee for success but without alternative

    The Minsk process to find a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Ukraine, engineered by France and Germany, is no guarantee for success, according to… …read more Source:...

    IMF says “high risks” to Ukraine rescue
    Mar12

    IMF says “high risks” to Ukraine rescue

    Agency’s economic forecasts depend on ceasefire with Russia holding …read more Source: Financial...

    New mystery ‘suicide’ in Ukraine
    Mar12

    New mystery ‘suicide’ in Ukraine

    A former regional governor becomes the latest ally of Ukraine’s deposed president to be found dead in mysterious circumstances. …read more Source:...

    EU leaders unlikely to tighten Russia sanctions at meeting next week: diplomats
    Mar12

    EU leaders unlikely to tighten Russia sanctions at meeting next week: diplomats

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union leaders are unlikely to tighten sanctions on Russia when they meet next week but will haggle over whether they need to act now to prolong economic sanctions on Russia expiring in July, diplomats said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Sudden Decrease in Bulgarian Wine Exports to Russia
    Mar12

    Sudden Decrease in Bulgarian Wine Exports to Russia

    Bulgarian wine exports to Russia have marked a considerable decrease. In the words of Krasimir Koev, head of Bulgaria’s Execute Agency on Vine and Wine (EAVW), the main reasons are the tragic events in Ukraine as well as the devaluation of the Russian ruble, as reported by the Argumenti Nedeli daily. Koev noted that up until 2014, half of...

    OSCE will extend Ukraine mission one year, may expand its size
    Mar12

    OSCE will extend Ukraine mission one year, may expand its size

    VIENNA (Reuters) – The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will extend its observer mission to Ukraine for one year, until March 2016, and may double its size to 1,000 observers, a spokeswoman said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    When relief looks barely enough
    Mar12

    When relief looks barely enough

    THERE was relief in Ukraine’s corridors of power on March 11th when the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved its long-awaited bail-out for Ukraine. The fund’s promised loan amounts to $17.5 billion over four years. Other donors have pledged several billion more. The first tranche has already brought in a badly needed $5 billion,...

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