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    Belarusian priest: Russian fascism shows up in Ukraine
    Jan20

    Belarusian priest: Russian fascism shows up in Ukraine

    The Russian Orthodox Church, remaining an imperialist, aggressive one, would never agree to relations of equity with fraternal peoples, Ukrainians or Belarusians, Leanid Akalovich believes. …read more Source:...

    Russia denies new Ukraine troop incursion as civilian casualties mount
    Jan20

    Russia denies new Ukraine troop incursion as civilian casualties mount

    Fighting between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian rebels around Donetsk has hit residential areas, claiming more civilian… …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria hopes to remain part of Russian gas transit route
    Jan20

    Bulgaria hopes to remain part of Russian gas transit route

    PM Boyko Borissov announced that on 21 February Sofia would be hosting a high-level meeting of the European Union energy ministers and Energy Commissioner Maros Sefcovic. In the context of Russia’s decision to suspend the South Stream project Borissov voiced hopes that Bulgaria would remain part of the Russian gas transit route to Europe....

    Fourth wave of military draft to be started in Ukraine today
    Jan20

    Fourth wave of military draft to be started in Ukraine today

    The presidential decree on partial mobilization comes into force in Ukraine on Tuesday, Jan. 20. …read more Source:...

    Poroshenko: Ukraine to end dependence on Russian gas in two years
    Jan20

    Poroshenko: Ukraine to end dependence on Russian gas in two years

    Ukraine can eliminate its dependence on Russian gas imports in about two years. …read more Source:...

    Clouds of gloom over Davos
    Jan20

    Clouds of gloom over Davos

    Author(s): Dan Alexe h_51193252.jpg A gloomy atmosphere of fin-de-règne has dawned upon Davos, where the World Economic Forum is due to start on Wednesday, after a year that has seen the twin Malaysia Airlines disasters, the conflict in Ukraine, the worst ever Ebola outbreak, terrorists on the rampage in the middle of Paris, and a growing...

    Ukrainian nationalists hurt in grenade attack, stokes anti-Russian feeling
    Jan20

    Ukrainian nationalists hurt in grenade attack, stokes anti-Russian feeling

    KIEV (Reuters) – Six people were treated in hospital for injuries on Tuesday after what police said was a grenade attack on a group of Ukrainian nationalists in the eastern city of Kharkiv which several officials blamed on pro-Russian forces. …read more Source:...

    Goldstein: WB strongly supports Albanian government in the fight against corruption in energy sector
    Jan20

    Goldstein: WB strongly supports Albanian government in the fight against corruption in energy sector

    TIRANA, Jan 20 /ATA-E,Xhajanka/ – World Bank strongly supports the efforts of Albanian Government in the struggle against corruption in the energy sector, is quoted as saying in Tirana the World Bank’s country director for the Western Balkans, Ellen Goldstein. “We support all efforts by the government to fight corruption in energy sector....

    Ukrainian military fighting for attention | Die Presse – Austria
    Jan20

    Ukrainian military fighting for attention | Die Presse – Austria

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    MPs urge government to do more to support dairy farmers
    Jan20

    MPs urge government to do more to support dairy farmers

    Credits: FRED TANNEAU/AFP/Getty Sharp falls in price of milk mean more producers are going out of business every week One-Minute Read Tuesday, January 20, 2015 – 11:03am A cross-bench committee of MPs has urged the government to help struggling dairy farmers, warning that more are going out of business every week because of sharp falls in...

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