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    Bulgarian Defence Minister Dismisses Rumours of Mobilisation
    Feb11

    Bulgarian Defence Minister Dismisses Rumours of Mobilisation

    Bulgarian Defence Minister Nikolay Nenchev reassured on Wednesday that no mobilisation was taking place in the country. Nenchev also dismissed rumours that NATO had requested the participation of Bulgarian troops in operations due to the Ukrainian crisis. He explained in an interview for the Bulgarian National Television (BNT) that if there is...

    Barack Obama warns Vladimir Putin not to continue ‘aggressive actions’
    Feb11

    Barack Obama warns Vladimir Putin not to continue ‘aggressive actions’

    The US president vows America will support Ukraine’s sovereignty ahead of peace talks …read more Source: The...

    Ban Ki-moon hopes for successful Minsk talks on Ukraine
    Feb11

    Ban Ki-moon hopes for successful Minsk talks on Ukraine

    Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon praised the intensive diplomatic efforts aimed at securing a solid and long-term ceasefire in the east of Ukraine and the implementation of the Minsk agreements, the UN spokesperson told a briefing in New York. …read more Source:...

    Contact group on Ukraine to resume talks in Minsk 11 February
    Feb11

    Contact group on Ukraine to resume talks in Minsk 11 February

    “The contact group will hold another meeting today. The time for the meeting will be announced later. The meeting will be held in the diplomatic service hall,” the Foreign Ministry of Belarus said. …read more Source:...

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Wednesday 11 Feb 2015
    Feb11

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Wednesday 11 Feb 2015

    WHISTLE-BLOWERS IN NHS TO BE PROTECTEDHealth secretary Jeremy Hunt is to announce sweeping reforms today which will protect NHS employees who decide to speak out about problems in the service after a review by Sir Robert Francis found that poor care at failing hospitals went undetected for years because staff were afraid to blow the whistle....

    Obama-Putin seek Ukraine peace deal
    Feb11

    Obama-Putin seek Ukraine peace deal

    The need for a political solution for the “civil” strife in Ukraine in order to end the bloodshed was underlined by Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Barack Obama during a telephone conversation they had. The Kremlin’s announcement which verifies the information states that the two presidents noted the need to protect the...

    Donetsk bus stop shelled – Four dead
    Feb11

    Donetsk bus stop shelled – Four dead

    Four people were killed today after a mortar shell hit an open bus parking lot in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine. The area is under control by pro-Russian separatists. The body of a man could be seen behind the wheel of a minibus. The shell hit through the parking lot shed, lighting a car on fire and another one nearby, according to Reuters....

    Minsk to host CIS Rail Transport Council meeting
    Feb11

    Minsk to host CIS Rail Transport Council meeting

    Minsk will host delegations of the railway administrations of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine. Representatives of Georgia, Latvia, Bulgaria, Finland, Lithuania, Estonia and Iran are expected in the Belarusian capital as well. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: Hollande has ‘will’ but is there a way?
    Feb11

    Ukraine: Hollande has ‘will’ but is there a way?

    French president François Hollande said he travels to Minsk on Wednesday with a “strong will” to thrash out a last-ditch deal with Russian and Ukrainian leaders to end the conflict. Analysts however suggest the chances of the Franco-German diplomatic push succeeding are thin. …read more Source: The Local...

    Minsk talks on Ukraine still ‘very likely’: France’s Fabius
    Feb11

    Minsk talks on Ukraine still ‘very likely’: France’s Fabius

    PARIS (Reuters) – A four-way summit in Minsk aimed at resolving the Ukraine crisis is still very likely to go ahead as scheduled on Wednesday despite a number of unresolved issues, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said. …read more Source:...

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