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    Sanctions hurt Russia, but still far from changing minds
    Feb04

    Sanctions hurt Russia, but still far from changing minds

    LONDON (Reuters) – Sanctions on Russia over its actions in Ukraine have compounded the impact of oil’s plunge but Moscow may have the financial buffers to hold out for two years without a change in policy. …read more Source:...

    Russians set to call for an estimated 4 tln euros in war reparations from Germany
    Feb04

    Russians set to call for an estimated 4 tln euros in war reparations from Germany

    related posts Foreign Minister Venizelos on comments being made in Germany with regard to war reparationsGerman war reparations report on December 30German reparations brought up at 72nd anniversary of Gorgopotamos Bridge explosion (photos)Russian MPs are creating a task force to estiamte the German damages to Russia during World War 2 with a...

    Bulgarian Parliament Rejects Proposed Limitation of Sanctions on Russia
    Feb04

    Bulgarian Parliament Rejects Proposed Limitation of Sanctions on Russia

    The Bulgarian Parliament rejected the proposal of the opposition BSP party to discuss the possible limitation of further EU sanctions against Russia on Wednesday. Last week, the parliament similarly refused to include the discussion of the proposal in its weekly agenda. Before that it was turned down by the parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee...

    Finland misses Russian tourists
    Feb04

    Finland misses Russian tourists

    Author(s): NEOnline | TB finlands_real_estate_market_tourism_suffer_from_falling_russian_ruble.jpg Russians topped the list of foreign tourists visiting Finland, but this was before the collapse of the Russian rouble and the Ukraine crisis. According to Visit Finland’s area manager Arto Asikainen, the number of Russian tourists visiting...

    PM Kopacz: Polish security a ‘top priority’
    Feb04

    PM Kopacz: Polish security a ‘top priority’

    Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz has said that “an absolute priority is the security of Poland and Poles” in the wake of recent military activity in Ukraine and heightened tensions with Russia. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Two more Ukrainian soldiers killed in east: military
    Feb04

    Two more Ukrainian soldiers killed in east: military

    KIEV (Reuters) – Two Ukrainian soldiers were killed and 18 were wounded in fighting against pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine in the past 24 hours, a Ukraine military spokesman said on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Debaltseve residents caught in the crossfire as Ukrainian crisis worsens
    Feb04

    Debaltseve residents caught in the crossfire as Ukrainian crisis worsens

    Civilians in the Ukrainian city of Debaltseve are struggling to survive, caught in the centre of the crossfire between government forces and… …read more Source:...

    Welcome to the most corrupt nation in Europe
    Feb04

    Welcome to the most corrupt nation in Europe

    While the conflict with Russia heats up in the east, life for most Ukrainians is marred by corruption so endemic that even hospitals appear to be infected. Can anyone clean the country up?Ukraine’s National Cancer Institute occupies three smoke-grey, six‑storey blocks in a residential district on the edge of Kiev. The external walls are...

    Hungary supplying less gas to Ukraine
    Feb04

    Hungary supplying less gas to Ukraine

    Benjamin NovakHungary supplying less gas to Ukraine The “reverse-flow” of natural gas to Ukraine is one way in which the European Union has helped Ukraine stay afloat during its open military conflict with Russian-back separatists. During her recent visit to Budapest German Chancellor Angela Merkel praised Hungary’s for its “continued gas...

    Ukraine conflict: Evacuees in survival struggle
    Feb04

    Ukraine conflict: Evacuees in survival struggle

    Ukraine evacuees run gauntlet of shellfire and shortages …read more Source:...

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