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    The far Right is far from finished in Austria
    Dec05

    The far Right is far from finished in Austria

    Across European capitals, there was a sigh of relief when Norbert Hofer conceded his defeat to Alexander Van der Bellen in Austria’s presidential election on Sunday. No wonder. This was not an ordinary election. If he had been successful – as some polls suggested and betting markets predicted – Mr Hofer would have been the first far-Right...

    Police shoot-out ends tragically in Ukraine
    Dec05

    Police shoot-out ends tragically in Ukraine

    Two Ukrainian police units on December 4 mistook each other for criminals and engaged in a shoot-out, which ended with five policemen killed. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Yet another anti-Ukraine treaty group enters national politics
    Dec05

    Yet another anti-Ukraine treaty group enters national politics

    A third grouping involved in April’s referendum on the EU treaty with Ukraine has decided to enter the mainstream political… …read more Source:...

    [Agenda] Italy and visa-free travel on EU agenda This WEEK
    Dec05

    [Agenda] Italy and visa-free travel on EU agenda This WEEK

    EU finance ministers will give their first reaction to the bloc’s latest crisis – the Italian referendum – this week, while MEPs and member states try to clinch a deal on visa-free travel for Georgians and Ukrainians. …read more Source:...

    Kiev apartment resident turns scruffy stairwell into a gilded palace
    Dec05

    Kiev apartment resident turns scruffy stairwell into a gilded palace

    Vladimir Chaika has spent years installing ornamental plaster mouldings and art reproductions in a Soviet-era block of flatsFrom the outside, number 11A is a drab block of flats like any other in Troyeshina, a scruffy Kiev suburb of identikit Soviet-era housing. The entrance door is daubed with graffiti, the ground floor hallway dingy and...

    Fillon’s Russophilia heads for reality check
    Dec05

    Fillon’s Russophilia heads for reality check

    PARIS — There came a point during his primary campaign when François Fillon started making foreign policy pronouncements that seemed cut-and-pasted from Vladimir Putin’s propaganda manual. The annexation of Crimea? Bad, but what about the NATO intervention in Kosovo back in 1999? Russia not abiding by the so-called...

    Five Ukrainian policemen are killed by colleagues in ‘friendly fire’
    Dec05

    Five Ukrainian policemen are killed by colleagues in ‘friendly fire’

    The deadly mix-up came as special police staked out a ‘dangerous gang of burglars’ in the small town of Knyazychy, 18 miles east of Kiev. …read more Source: Daily...

    Five Ukrainian policemen are killed by colleagues in ‘friendly fire’
    Dec05

    Five Ukrainian policemen are killed by colleagues in ‘friendly fire’

    The deadly mix-up came as special police staked out a ‘dangerous gang of burglars’ in the small town of Knyazychy, 18 miles east of Kiev. …read more Source: Daily...

    Why Trump’s foreign policy might prove less radical than you think
    Dec04

    Why Trump’s foreign policy might prove less radical than you think

    As Donald Trump completes the rather chaotic process of choosing his cabinet and preparing to take office, leaders and publics around the world have understandably begun to brace themselves for — or even shiver at the prospects of — what comes next. After all, this is a man who has put down a marker that the United...

    Ukraine: Five police killed in friendly-fire shoot-out
    Dec04

    Ukraine: Five police killed in friendly-fire shoot-out

    Five police officers are mistakenly killed by their own side in Ukraine, officials say. …read more Source:...

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