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    12 killed in fighting in eastern Ukraine
    Jan30

    12 killed in fighting in eastern Ukraine

    Twelve people, including seven civilians, have been killed in the past 24 hours in clashes between government forces and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Man Utd close in on Hummels, Arsenal, Liverpool wait on Dybala
    Jan30

    Man Utd close in on Hummels, Arsenal, Liverpool wait on Dybala

    Credits: Stuart Franklin/Bongarts/GettyAlt Text: Mats Hummels of Dortmund German defender could move to Old Trafford for £37m, as Dybala deal sets off a chain reaction Transfer Talk Bill Mann Friday, January 30, 2015 – 8:57am A hectic final weekend of the transfer window beckons. Time is running out for clubs to bring in...

    Five more Ukrainian soldiers killed in fighting with rebels: Kiev military
    Jan30

    Five more Ukrainian soldiers killed in fighting with rebels: Kiev military

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s military reported more heavy fighting between government forces and Russian-backed separatists in parts of eastern Ukraine overnight into Friday and a spokesman said five Ukrainian soldiers had been killed in the past 24 hours. …read more Source:...

    Putin visit date set
    Jan30

    Putin visit date set

    Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit Hungary on February 17, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó has announced. Szijjártó said Hungary urges the mediated end of the fighting in Ukraine without delay, based on the Minsk agreement on resolving the crisis, adding that Hungary’s interest is to have a strong and stable...

    Moscow, Washington discuss possible Kerry visit to Russia: sources
    Jan30

    Moscow, Washington discuss possible Kerry visit to Russia: sources

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Moscow and Washington are discussing a possible visit to Russia by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to discuss the Ukraine crisis, diplomatic sources say. …read more Source:...

    EU Moves to Extend Russia Sanctions over Ukraine
    Jan30

    EU Moves to Extend Russia Sanctions over Ukraine

    European Union foreign ministers agreed Thursday to extend existing sanctions against Russia by six months until September. At an extraordinary meeting in Brussels, they agreed to discuss names to be added to the list of individuals affected by EU travel bans and asset freezes. The new list is to be ready next week and to be conclusively approved...

    EU extends Russian sanctions as talks between Moscow and Kyiv due in Minsk
    Jan30

    EU extends Russian sanctions as talks between Moscow and Kyiv due in Minsk

    As conflict rages in eastern Ukraine, the European Union has extended current sanctions against Russia until September. At an extraordinary meeting… …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian artillery fire thwarts rebel plan to surround government troops in Debaltseve
    Jan30

    Ukrainian artillery fire thwarts rebel plan to surround government troops in Debaltseve

    Medical services close to the eastern Ukrainian town of Debaltseve are coming under increasing strain as Ukrainian government forces and separatist… …read more Source:...

    Denisov: Lukashenko’s stance is a position of the President who takes care of his country
    Jan30

    Denisov: Lukashenko’s stance is a position of the President who takes care of his country

    “The so-called “western partners” have repeatedly attempted to stage mass opposition campaigns in Belarus. Seeing what is going on in the neighboring countries (and Ukraine is an illustrative example here), the President of Belarus makes absolutely adequate statements,” Director of the Ukrainian office of the Institute of the CIS states...

    Remembering Dimitar Shishmanov
    Jan30

    Remembering Dimitar Shishmanov

    Dimitar Shishmanov’s legacy is little known in Bulgaria. He was a lawyer, diplomat, writer and humanist. In fact his father Prof. Ivan Shishmanov who was a leading literary critic and folklorist, champion of the pan-European idea and statesman involved in the creation of a range of cultural institutions, is much better known today. A few...

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