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    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art
    Apr06

    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art

    The first major presentation of Ukrainian contemporary art in Hungary opened yesterday at the Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    Tennis: Ana Bogdan, through to Monterrey quarterfinals
    Apr06

    Tennis: Ana Bogdan, through to Monterrey quarterfinals

    Romanian tennis player Ana Bogdan qualified for the quarterfinals of the WTA tournament in Monterrey (Mexico), with total prizes worth 226,750 USD, on Thursday, after she defeated Spanish Sara Sorribes Tormo, 6-2, 6-3. Sixth seeded Bogdan, 25 years, WTA's 90th, concluded the game with the 21-year-old and WTA's 115th Spanish player in...

    Lithuanian energmin off to Ukraine to discuss Nord Stream 2 project  – The Baltic Times
    Apr06

    Lithuanian energmin off to Ukraine to discuss Nord Stream 2 project – The Baltic Times

    VILNIUS – Lithuania’s Energy Minister Zygimantas Vaiciunas is leaving for Ukraine on Thursday to meet with Ukrainian officials and dis…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Nord Stream 2 gets green light from Germany
    Apr06

    Nord Stream 2 gets green light from Germany

    Slovakia and other CEE countries oppose the Nord Stream 2, perceiving it as a violation of the diversification principle and posing another risk for Ukraine …read more Source: The Slovak...

    Armenia’s disputed move toward true democracy
    Apr06

    Armenia’s disputed move toward true democracy

    YEREVAN — Armenia plans to change its system of governance in a bid to improve democracy — but critics claim it’s all smoke and mirrors. In early April, just as Yerevan prepares to ratify a landmark agreement with the European Union, the small Caucasus nation will complete its shift from an executive presidency to a parliamentary system —...

    Ukraine’s invisible scars
    Apr06

    Ukraine’s invisible scars

    DRUZHKIVKA, Ukraine — Volodymyr Semistyaga was wading through documents in the archives of Luhansk University when the stomp of boots interrupted his reading. A group of pro-Russian separatists knocked him down, pulled a sack over his head and dragged him from the building. It was June 2014 and fighting between Ukrainian government forces and...

    Hungary-Ukraine ties fray as Orban defends diaspora in re-election bid
    Apr06

    Hungary-Ukraine ties fray as Orban defends diaspora in re-election bid

    Kiev and locals reject Budapest’s depiction of ethnic strife in western Ukraine …read more Source: The Irish...

    Western sanctions on Russia: Lots of noise and little impact
    Apr05

    Western sanctions on Russia: Lots of noise and little impact

    The EU and the US have imposed wave after wave of sanctions on Russia since the beginning of the Crimea crisis in 2014. However, the Kremlin is sticking to its course and Vladimir Putin’s power has only grown. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Western sanctions on Russia: Lots of noise and little impact
    Apr05

    Western sanctions on Russia: Lots of noise and little impact

    The EU and the US have imposed wave after wave of sanctions on Russia since the beginning of the Crimea crisis in 2014. However, the Kremlin is sticking to its course and Vladimir Putin’s power has only grown. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ex-Trump aide Paul Manafort approved ‘black ops’ to help Ukraine president
    Apr05

    Ex-Trump aide Paul Manafort approved ‘black ops’ to help Ukraine president

    Exclusive: Paul Manafort authorised secret media operation that sought to discredit key opponent of then Ukrainian presidentDonald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort authorised a secret media operation on behalf of Ukraine’s former president, featuring “black ops”, “placed” articles in the Wall Street Journal and US...

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