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    Travelling the world on bicycle with Vyacheslav Stoyanov
    Jan17

    Travelling the world on bicycle with Vyacheslav Stoyanov

    You dream of going around the world, but you first need to complete your education or make a fortune? Are you waiting for your children to grow up? Indeed, the obstacles that we create in order to turn our dreams into illusions never end… Why not put conventions aside, give away your property, or take it all in a backpack and head towards...

    Fighting rages at airport, new Ukraine peace talks elusive
    Jan17

    Fighting rages at airport, new Ukraine peace talks elusive

    KIEV (Reuters) – Fighting raged at the international airport in the big Ukrainian city of Donetsk on Friday as a fresh attempt to resume peace talks to end the separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine failed. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine struggles on brink of economic crisis
    Jan17

    Ukraine struggles on brink of economic crisis

    Reform delay leaves Ukraine in dire economic straits …read more Source:...

    Ukraine peace talks fail as violence flares in east
    Jan16

    Ukraine peace talks fail as violence flares in east

    Talks between the Kyiv government and Russian-backed separatists in the east have failed to reach agreement over a ceasefire. The diplomatic breakdown came as violence flared Friday around the rebel stronghold Donetsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Fighting at Donetsk airport escalates
    Jan16

    Fighting at Donetsk airport escalates

    The battle for the international airport in Donetsk has escalated. A Ukrainian military spokesman said six of his troops were killed in attacks by… …read more Source:...

    U.S., UK agree sanctions to remain on Russia: Obama
    Jan16

    U.S., UK agree sanctions to remain on Russia: Obama

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron have agreed to keep sanctions on Russia until it stops its aggression in Ukraine, Obama told a press conference on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Fighting rages at airport, new Ukraine peace talks elusive
    Jan16

    Fighting rages at airport, new Ukraine peace talks elusive

    KIEV (Reuters) – Fighting raged at the international airport in the big Ukrainian city of Donetsk on Friday as a fresh attempt to resume peace talks to end the separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine failed. …read more Source:...

    Fighting in Eastern Ukraine Resumes, Claims at Least 11 Victims
    Jan16

    Fighting in Eastern Ukraine Resumes, Claims at Least 11 Victims

    The fighting in eastern Ukraine has been renewed with new intensity, claiming the lives of at least eleven people over the past day. Military spokesperson Andriy Lysenko announced on Friday that at least six soldiers were killed and 18 were wounded in the past day, the Guardian reports. According to Lysenko, a civilian was killed in a rebel...

    Velichko: Foreign troops will not access Ukraine from Belarus side
    Jan16

    Velichko: Foreign troops will not access Ukraine from Belarus side

    Belarus will never allow its territory to be used by other countries for sending troops to Ukraine, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to Ukraine Valentin Velichko said in an interview to the annual journal “Ukraine Diplomatic”. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine is at crossroads – OSCE chairperson
    Jan16

    Ukraine is at crossroads – OSCE chairperson

    Ukraine is currently at a crossroads – between whether the clashes will continue, or if work will be done on the peace option, Ivica Dacic has said.The Serbian foreign minister, speaking in his role as the OSCE chairperson-in-office, said in a statement for reporters that the activities of Serbia at the helm of the OSCE are aimed at finding...

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