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    Ukraine: Row on status of rebel-occupied territories endangers truce
    Mar18

    Ukraine: Row on status of rebel-occupied territories endangers truce

    The Ukrainian Supreme Rada on Tuesday, March 17, adopted amendments in the law “On a temporary order of local government in individual areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions» that, according to pro-Kremlin separatists and Russia endanger the fragile Minsk ceasefire agreement of February 12. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Ukraine and Russian diplomats ‘bandy words’ in a bad tempered OSCE meeting
    Mar18

    Ukraine and Russian diplomats ‘bandy words’ in a bad tempered OSCE meeting

    A special session in Washington of the Organization for Security and co-operation in Europe brought together the Russian and Ukranian ambassadors on… …read more Source:...

    Russia celebrates Crimea annexation anniversary
    Mar18

    Russia celebrates Crimea annexation anniversary

    The Crimean flag is being flown on state buildings across Russia today, marking the anniversary of the country’s annexation of Crimea. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Eastern Ukraine’s divided families
    Mar18

    Eastern Ukraine’s divided families

    Ukraine war leaves families divided and apart …read more Source:...

    Ukraine votes to approve ‘special status’ to rebels in the East
    Mar18

    Ukraine votes to approve ‘special status’ to rebels in the East

    Ukraine’s parliament has voted to offer limited self-rule to pro-Russian rebels in the East. It is a sign to the West that they are willing to stick… …read more Source:...

    Israel election: Secrets of the Netanyahu campaign – how he turned the election on its head
    Mar18

    Israel election: Secrets of the Netanyahu campaign – how he turned the election on its head

    Aron Shaviv had handled elections in some tough places at tough times – Kosovo, Ukraine, Serbia. He was at the office of the Thai prime minister when the army staged a coup. But when the Israeli political strategist was asked to help get Benjamin Netanyahu back into office he knew it would be one of his more difficult assignments. …read...

    Ukraine says wants to be ‘flexible’ with its bondholders
    Mar17

    Ukraine says wants to be ‘flexible’ with its bondholders

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Ukraine’s finance minister on Tuesday said the country wants to be “flexible” in its discussions with sovereign bondholders over renegotiating its debt, and is not ruling out any form of an agreement, including maturity extension. …read more Source:...

    Israel election: The secrets of the Netanyahu campaign – and how he could win even if he loses
    Mar17

    Israel election: The secrets of the Netanyahu campaign – and how he could win even if he loses

    Aron Shaviv had handled elections in some tough places at tough times – Kosovo, Ukraine, Serbia. He was at the office of the Thai prime minister when the army staged a coup. But when the Israeli political strategist was asked to help get Benjamin Netanyahu back into office he knew it would be one of his more difficult assignments. …read...

    Crimea, one year on: the Night Wolves howl for Putin
    Mar17

    Crimea, one year on: the Night Wolves howl for Putin

    Many residents are still elated over the annexation of the Ukrainian peninsula but critics face threats and prosecution – and a crude nationalisation process is crushing private enterprises …read more Source: The...

    President Plevneliev Expects More Austrian Investments to Bulgaria
    Mar17

    President Plevneliev Expects More Austrian Investments to Bulgaria

    Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev said that he expects more Austrian investments to the country after a meeting with his Austrian counterpart Heinz Fischer in Vienna on Tuesday. Plevneliev stated that Bulgaria and Austria had common plans and goals, which the two countries aimed to fulfill both at the level of bilateral relations and at the EU...

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