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    Between East and West: What’s next for Belarus? (Podcast)
    Apr18

    Between East and West: What’s next for Belarus? (Podcast)

    Photo: Hanna Liubankova Belarus has recently moved to the headlines of major international news outlets because of massive protests against the rule of president Lukashenka. But unlike in Ukraine, protests in Belarus has not yet lead to political changes. The KCL Eurasia Society, KCL Diplomacy Society and the Ostrogorski Centre hosted public...

    Rescued bears settle in to new life in Ukraine
    Apr18

    Rescued bears settle in to new life in Ukraine

    The two brown bears were found by Ukrainian charity Four Paws. …read more Source:...

    Germany strengthens efforts to secure ceasefire in eastern Ukraine
    Apr18

    Germany strengthens efforts to secure ceasefire in eastern Ukraine

    Under an “all for all” principle, the German chancellor has called on warring parties to make progress on prisoner exchanges. Amid increased violations, a full ceasefire has remained an elusive feature of the conflict. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Germany, Russia, Ukraine, France discuss Ukraine peace deal
    Apr18

    Germany, Russia, Ukraine, France discuss Ukraine peace deal

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    Fewer Ukrainians coming to Belarus now
    Apr17

    Fewer Ukrainians coming to Belarus now

    The official said that the authorities now monitor the number of incoming Ukrainians on a monthly basis instead of a daily basis. While the numbers have dropped, Ukrainian citizens still keep coming. In the last three years Belarus welcomed 160,000 people from Ukraine, including those, who stayed temporarily. …read more Source:...

    Estonian Foreign Minister to hold consultations with 4 countries this week  – The Baltic Times
    Apr17

    Estonian Foreign Minister to hold consultations with 4 countries this week – The Baltic Times

    TALLINN– The Estonian Foreign Ministry is about to hold consultations this week with delegations from the foreign ministries of Ukraine, B…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    A tale of two Slavic strongmen
    Apr17

    A tale of two Slavic strongmen

    KIEV, Ukarine — On the surface, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko have every reason to be bosom buddies. Both are strongmen of the Russian-speaking world, their states linked in a federal union. They have no qualms about jailing or “disappearing” their...

    Protest over Russian Crimea map in German textbook
    Apr16

    Protest over Russian Crimea map in German textbook

    The German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees withdrew its approval for a textbook over a map showing Crimea as part of Russia. The story of a small Berlin firm stepping on a minefield of international politics. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Protest over incorrect map of Crimea in German textbook
    Apr16

    Protest over incorrect map of Crimea in German textbook

    The German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees withdrew its approval for a textbook over a map showing Crimea as part of Russia. The story of a small Berlin firm stepping on a minefield of international politics. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Pope denounces “shame of humanity becoming inured to daily scenes of bombed cities and drowning migrants”
    Apr16

    Pope denounces “shame of humanity becoming inured to daily scenes of bombed cities and drowning migrants”

    In his traditional Easter message, Pope Francis has denounced “oppressive regimes” in an apparent call for restraint urged world leaders to prevent the spread of conflicts, as tensions rose in North Korea and Syria. His Holiness, marking the fifth Easter season of his pontificate, said Mass before tens of thousands of people under exceptional...

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