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    Poland to pipe oil to Ukraine?
    Jan23

    Poland to pipe oil to Ukraine?

    Ukrainians could be receiving crude oil from Poland’s Gdańsk if talks on the subject come to fruition. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Rebel leader seeks end to Ukraine ceasefire talks
    Jan23

    Rebel leader seeks end to Ukraine ceasefire talks

    As fighting in eastern Ukraine intensifies, separatist leader Alexander Zakharchenko was quoted by Interfax news agency as saying he no longer… …read more Source:...

    Death toll in Ukraine conflict exceeds 5,000, says UN human rights agency
    Jan23

    Death toll in Ukraine conflict exceeds 5,000, says UN human rights agency

    Author(s): Dan Alexe h_51742136.jpg The United Nations says that at least 5,000 people have been killed in the conflict in eastern Ukraine since April and that the real figure may be “considerably higher.” UN human rights spokesman Rupert Colville said the toll incudes 262 people killed in the past nine days, making that “the...

    Jens Stoltenberg: “Bulgaria is key ally on NATO’s eastern flank”
    Jan23

    Jens Stoltenberg: “Bulgaria is key ally on NATO’s eastern flank”

    During his first visit to Bulgaria Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg assed highly this country as an ally of the alliance. Regional and energy security, the execution of NATO’s Readiness Action Plan, adopted at the September 2014 Summit in Wales, NATO’s support for Ukraine and its role in the Western Balkans, Afghanistan etc....

    The number of Russia’s soldiers in Donbas reached maximum level
    Jan23

    The number of Russia’s soldiers in Donbas reached maximum level

    The Russian Federation continues to step up its military presence in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Bosnian Serb minister resigns due to opposition to arms delivery to Ukraine
    Jan23

    Bosnian Serb minister resigns due to opposition to arms delivery to Ukraine

    Bosnia and Herzegovina’s foreign trade and economic relations minister Boris Tucic has resigned over his opposition to an arms delivery to Ukraine which might strain relations with the Russian Federation, local media in Sarajevo reported on Friday. Bosnia’s… …read more Source:...

    The first militant with ties to Latvia may have been killed in Ukraine
    Jan23

    The first militant with ties to Latvia may have been killed in Ukraine

    According to information posted on a website dedicated to the conflict in Ukraine, the first Latvian citizen who decided to join the ranks of Ukrainian separatists may have been killed. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Ukrainian president venerated Mikhail Zhiznevski’s memory
    Jan23

    Ukrainian president venerated Mikhail Zhiznevski’s memory

    On January 22 Petro Poroshenko laid flowers to the memorial sign dedicated to Mikhail Zhiznevski (Zhyzneuski) and a Ukrainian of Armenian origin Sergey Nigoyan. …read more Source:...

    Kyiv says rebels are launching a new Ukraine offensive
    Jan23

    Kyiv says rebels are launching a new Ukraine offensive

    Kyiv has accused pro-Russian separatists of launching a massive new offensive in eastern Ukraine. This comes as the rebels cement their hold on a long-disputed airport ceded by Ukrainian troops after a long defense. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Possible Latvian among fallen terrorists in Ukraine
    Jan23

    Possible Latvian among fallen terrorists in Ukraine

    According to information from internet sites dedicated to reporting on the conflict in Ukraine, a man killed fighting for the self-declared Lugansk People’s Republic may be of Latvian origin, reported LETA Friday. …read more Source:...

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