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    Crimean IT Industry Wilts Under Western Sanctions
    Feb06

    Crimean IT Industry Wilts Under Western Sanctions

    Images mixed by Tetyana Lokot. For the last few months, Russia has been the target of Western economic sanctions over its involvement in the conflict in Eastern Ukraine. Crimea, a region Russia annexed from Ukraine in March of last year, has borne the brunt of the punishment. The banking industry came under fire first, with Visa and MasterCard...

    Fighting in Debaltseve takes its toll
    Feb06

    Fighting in Debaltseve takes its toll

    Locals evacuate as pro-Russian rebels target the eastern Ukraine town …read more Source: Financial...

    Where is David Cameron? Top military general blasts “irrelevant” Tory leader cut out of Ukraine peace deal
    Feb06

    Where is David Cameron? Top military general blasts “irrelevant” Tory leader cut out of Ukraine peace deal

    As the leaders of France and Germany fly to Moscow to try and halt “total war” in Ukraine, Britain’s Prime Minister is labelled as a “bit player” …read more Source:...

    Latvian banks one haven for Ukraine’s kleptocrats: researcher
    Feb06

    Latvian banks one haven for Ukraine’s kleptocrats: researcher

    The European Union can and must do more to help Ukraine fight its own corrupt oligarchs, whose money keeps being bled out to safe haven banks in London, Cyprus, Austria and Latvia, British journalist Oliver Bullough, an expert observer on Russia, Ukraine and the Caucasus region told Latvian Radio correspondent Ina Strazdiņa in Brussels Friday....

    German, French leaders head for Moscow to press for Ukraine peace
    Feb06

    German, French leaders head for Moscow to press for Ukraine peace

    MOSCOW/KIEV, (Reuters) – The leaders of Germany and France are expected to take peace proposals to Moscow on Friday on the second leg of a dramatic initiative to end a conflict in Ukraine that has killed more than 5,000 people and driven Russia-West relations to new lows. …read more Source:...

    Merkel dampens hopes for Ukraine ceasefire deal in Moscow talks
    Feb06

    Merkel dampens hopes for Ukraine ceasefire deal in Moscow talks

    BERLIN (Reuters) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel said it was unclear whether she and French President Francois Hollande would achieve a breakthrough with Russian President Vladimir Putin in talks later on Friday aimed at resolving the crisis in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Russia Seeks Diplomatic Solution To NATO Tensions
    Feb06

    Russia Seeks Diplomatic Solution To NATO Tensions

    Russia’s envoy to NATO Alexander Grushko called for a bilateral diplomatic discussion regarding the situation in Ukraine on Friday. ”NATO has increased the regime of air monitoring in the Baltic countries and performs flights in a close proximity to our strategic centers, including St. Petersburg,” he said, as reported by TASS...

    Hollande, Merkel seek Ukraine deal in Moscow
    Feb06

    Hollande, Merkel seek Ukraine deal in Moscow

    French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will are heading to Moscow on Friday in an attempt to “seek a deal” to end the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: The Local...

    Hollande: Ukraine ceasefire is just a first step
    Feb06

    Hollande: Ukraine ceasefire is just a first step

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    Emergency Eurogroup called to discuss Greece
    Feb06

    Emergency Eurogroup called to discuss Greece

    Eurozone finance ministers will meet in Brussels on Wednesday (11 February) in an attempt to contain discussions over Greece’s bail-out and prevent them from spilling over into a summit of European Union leaders the following day. The decision to organise an emergency Eurogroup was taken following a meeting of economic experts from eurozone...

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