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    Ukraine: Eight killed and 34 wounded in recent fighting
    Feb13

    Ukraine: Eight killed and 34 wounded in recent fighting

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    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 13 Feb 2015
    Feb13

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 13 Feb 2015

    LABOUR: WE’LL TAKE BACK BANK BONUSESShadow chancellor Ed Balls has said that under a Labour government bankers would be expected to repay bonuses received as long ago as ten years if found guilty of misconduct. The current limit is seven years but Balls said that was “too weak”. The Tories said nobody would trust a word Balls said. UKRAINE...

    EU Summit: Tsipras agrees to talk to creditors over Greek bailout
    Feb13

    EU Summit: Tsipras agrees to talk to creditors over Greek bailout

    European leaders have expressed caution about a new peace deal for eastern Ukraine as they wrapped up an informal summit in Brussels on Thursday.… …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria’s PM Voices ‘Moderate Optimism’ over Ukraine Ceasefire
    Feb13

    Bulgaria’s PM Voices ‘Moderate Optimism’ over Ukraine Ceasefire

    Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has expressed ‘moderate optimism’ about the Ukraine ceasefire. Speaking during Thursday’s EU summit in Brussels, he expressed appreciation for the huge efforts of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande, and EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini in the marathon...

    Chinese diplomat: Minsk talks underlined Belarus’ important role in maintaining peace and stability
    Feb13

    Chinese diplomat: Minsk talks underlined Belarus’ important role in maintaining peace and stability

    In his words, China hails and supports close mediation of the corresponding sides in removing tension in east Ukraine and resolving the crisis through political talks. …read more Source:...

    In Russia, battle for university places deflates Crimea euphoria
    Feb13

    In Russia, battle for university places deflates Crimea euphoria

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Alexandra Kartokhina always dreamed of studying in a big city. She even went to a Russian school in her native Crimea to help her achieve her ambition of studying in St Petersburg. …read more Source:...

    Pressure high on Russia following Ukraine ceasefire deal
    Feb13

    Pressure high on Russia following Ukraine ceasefire deal

    The EU has decided to hold on to sanctions against Russia until they’re sure that Moscow will keep its end of the bargain in Ukraine. The ceasefire between Kyiv and pro-Russian rebels is to go into effect on Sunday. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Presidents Iohannis, Poroshenko discuss in Brussels
    Feb13

    Presidents Iohannis, Poroshenko discuss in Brussels

    AGERPRES correspondent Florentina Peia reports: President Klaus Iohannis met his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko on Thursday in Brussels, on the sidelines of the informal meeting of the European Council. They discussed bilateral relations and regional matters, official sources said. …read more Source:...

    Russian PR letter sent to Swedish politicians
    Feb13

    Russian PR letter sent to Swedish politicians

    Help us stem the crisis in eastern Ukraine or the “possibility of a peaceful life for over 800 million Europeans” is threatened, a letter sent from Russia to Swedish politicians says. …read more Source: The Local...

    Kerry: US ready to roll back sanctions on Russia if Minsk agreements fulfilled
    Feb13

    Kerry: US ready to roll back sanctions on Russia if Minsk agreements fulfilled

    “As we have long said, the United States is prepared to consider rolling back sanctions on Russia when the Minsk agreements of September 2014, and now this agreement, are fully implemented. That includes a full ceasefire, the withdrawal of all foreign troops and equipment from Ukraine, the full restoration of Ukrainian control of the...

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