: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Europe

  • EU (3,306)
    Tens of Thousands March in Moscow to Honour Murdered Boris Nemtsov
    Mar01

    Tens of Thousands March in Moscow to Honour Murdered Boris Nemtsov

    Tens of thousands of people marched in central Moscow on Sunday afternoon to honour the memory of the murdered Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov. Moscow police said some 21,000 people took part in the march. The organisers put the turnout at tens of thousands. Opposition supporters gathered at a point not far from the Kremlin. The march...

    Estonia’s ruling center-right takes early election lead
    Mar01

    Estonia’s ruling center-right takes early election lead

    TALLINN (Reuters) – Estonia’s ruling center-right party took an early lead after an election on Sunday overshadowed by fears that neighboring Russia might interfere in the small Baltic State after annexing Ukraine’s Crimea region last year. …read more Source:...

    Boris Nemtsov: tens of thousands march in memory of murdered politician
    Mar01

    Boris Nemtsov: tens of thousands march in memory of murdered politician

    Mood of quiet dismay as crowds mourn Vladimir Putin’s adversary who was gunned down near the Kremlin on FridayThey came with placards and plaintive cries of “shame”, a vast column of mourners snaking through central Moscow to commemorate the latest Russian opposition figure to meet a wretched fate.But as tens of thousands trudged through...

    Serbia, NATO to sign partnership plan
    Mar01

    Serbia, NATO to sign partnership plan

    BELGRADE – Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic announced on Sunday that he would visit the NATO seat in Brussels on …read more Source:...

    Germany pledges to raise defence spending
    Mar01

    Germany pledges to raise defence spending

    Response to Ukraine crisis will include strengthening tank forces …read more Source: Financial...

    Boris Nemtsov interviewed hours before death: ‘Putin is a pathological liar’
    Mar01

    Boris Nemtsov interviewed hours before death: ‘Putin is a pathological liar’

    Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov gives his last televised interview just hours before being shot dead near the Kremlin. In the interview, on radio station Ekho Moskvy in Moscow, Nemtsov calls for political reform in Russia and labels president Vladimir Putin a ‘pathological liar’, who he blames for starting an ‘insane,...

    Moscow march: thousands gather in memory of Boris Nemtsov – video
    Mar01

    Moscow march: thousands gather in memory of Boris Nemtsov – video

    Thousands take to the streets in Moscow in memory of Boris Nemtsov, the former deputy prime minister and vehement critic of Vladimir Putin’s rule. Protesters held signs bearing Nemtsov’s face and brought flowers to the site where he was shot dead on Saturday by an unidentified attacker. On the day he died, Nemtsov had called for a...

    Estonia Votes in General Election Overshadowed by Fears over Russia
    Mar01

    Estonia Votes in General Election Overshadowed by Fears over Russia

    Estonia is holding parliamentary elections on Sunday marked by concerns over Russia’s actions in Ukraine. Nearly a quarter of Estonia’s population of 1.3 million is ethnic Russian and the pro-Moscow Centre Party is expected to do well in the vote, but the partners in the current governing coalition – the centrist Reform party...

    Boris Nemtsov
    Mar01

    Boris Nemtsov

    Russian politician who fell out of favour with the Kremlin and opposed expansionist policiesBoris Nemtsov, who has died aged 55 after being shot, was a leading pro-market reformer in the first, tumultuous post-Soviet decade and a popular politician and regional governor who at one point appeared to have been earmarked by President Boris Yeltsin...

    Ukraine military says rebels using truce to regroup
    Mar01

    Ukraine military says rebels using truce to regroup

    KIEV(Reuters) – Ukraine’s military said on Sunday a ceasefire had been fully observed in eastern separatist territories overnight, but warned that pro-Russian rebels were using the truce to regroup for new attacks on government positions. …read more Source:...

    Page 1334 of 2281

    Pin It on Pinterest