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    IMF warns Ukraine bailout at risk of collapse
    Dec09

    IMF warns Ukraine bailout at risk of collapse

    Shortfall of $15bn needed within weeks …read more Source: Financial...

    Ukrainian government and Russian rebels begin ‘day of silence’
    Dec09

    Ukrainian government and Russian rebels begin ‘day of silence’

    Ceasefire revival attempted as Russia restarts delivery of natural gas to Ukraine ahead of possible new peace talksGovernment forces and Russia-backed rebels fighting in eastern Ukraine have begun a “day of silence” in an attempt to revive a moribund ceasefire ahead of possible new peace talks.In another tentative step toward resolution of the...

    Ukraine: ‘Day of Silence’ ceasefire appears to be holding
    Dec09

    Ukraine: ‘Day of Silence’ ceasefire appears to be holding

    It was unusually calm in the city of Donetsk on Tuesday (December 9) with government troops and separatists generally respecting a so-called ‘Day of… …read more Source:...

    Flight MH17 wreckage parts arrive in Netherlands from Ukraine
    Dec09

    Flight MH17 wreckage parts arrive in Netherlands from Ukraine

    The first parts of the wreckage from the Malaysian airliner downed over eastern Ukraine in July have arrived for examination in the Netherlands,… …read more Source:...

    Dutch to begin assembling MH17 wreckage for investigation
    Dec09

    Dutch to begin assembling MH17 wreckage for investigation

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Crash investigators were to begin reconstructing the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 shot down over eastern Ukraine in July, killing all 298 people on board, after wreckage arrived by truck at a Dutch air force hangar on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine, on anti-graft drive, mulls selling stakes in state firms
    Dec09

    Ukraine, on anti-graft drive, mulls selling stakes in state firms

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine will conduct audits of state companies with a view to selling stakes on international markets, Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Tuesday, as part of the new government’s drive to reform corrupt and inefficient state institutions. …read more Source:...

    Marginalised Communities Warn of AIDS/TB “Tragedy” in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
    Dec09

    Marginalised Communities Warn of AIDS/TB “Tragedy” in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

    Young boy sitting on a wall outside ‘Way Home’, a UNICEF-assisted shelter providing food, accommodation, literacy trainings and HIV/AIDS-awareness lessons to street children in Odessa, Ukraine. Because of unsafe sex and injecting drug use, street adolescents are one of the groups most at risk of contracting HIV. Credit: UNICEF/G....

    The battalion commander of “Dnepr”: The Belarusians are good fighters
    Dec09

    The battalion commander of “Dnepr”: The Belarusians are good fighters

    10 Belarusians are fighting for Ukraine in the battalion “Dnepr”. …read more Source:...

    Lithuanian industrialists mediate Ukrainian businesses in cooperation with EU
    Dec09

    Lithuanian industrialists mediate Ukrainian businesses in cooperation with EU

    More than 20 businessmen and representatives of business organisations are taking part in the high level Ukraine-Lithuania business mission to Brussels on 9-11 December, organised by the Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists (LPK), the confederation said in a report, cites LETA/ELTA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Gazprom resumes gas supplies from Russia to Ukraine
    Dec09

    Gazprom resumes gas supplies from Russia to Ukraine

    Russian gas producer Gazprom says it has resumed supplies to Ukraine after a six-month suspension over a dispute about prices and unpaid debts. The… …read more Source:...

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