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    France: EU-Russia sanctions ‘must stop now’
    Jan06

    France: EU-Russia sanctions ‘must stop now’

    Hollande has dangled the prospect of lifting EU sanctions on Russia ahead of the year’s first Ukraine summit. …read more Source:...

    At least 12 Ukrainian servicemen killed in road accident
    Jan06

    At least 12 Ukrainian servicemen killed in road accident

    KIEV (Reuters) – At least 12 Ukrainian serviceman were killed and more than 20 injured when some military trucks collided with their bus in eastern Ukraine, police said on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Karel Schwarzenberg: Putin fights against free Ukraine
    Jan06

    Karel Schwarzenberg: Putin fights against free Ukraine

    Ukraine has not a civil war, but “Russia fights war with free Ukraine”. …read more Source:...

    Ex-Soviet countries on front line of Russia’s media war with the west
    Jan06

    Ex-Soviet countries on front line of Russia’s media war with the west

    The Kremlin’s big plans for the global expansion of state media has been greeted with suspicion, especially in the countries of the former USSRWhen Dmitry Kiselyov, the Russian state television presenter known for his scandalising monologues, announced the opening of the Kremlin’s new website and radio service Sputnik News, he...

    Uncertainty about Astana meeting on Ukraine’s peace talks
    Jan06

    Uncertainty about Astana meeting on Ukraine’s peace talks

    Leaders of Germany and France have voiced doubt over their participation in Astana peace talks with Ukraine and Russia, which according to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will take place on January 15. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Grodno to host Kalozha Orthodox church music festival 11-14 February
    Jan06

    Grodno to host Kalozha Orthodox church music festival 11-14 February

    All in all, the event will gather around 20 Belarusian and foreign participants. This year Grodno will welcome companies from Romania, Poland, Lithuania, Ukraine, and Russia. For the first time the list of participants will feature two Moldovan groups, one performing church music and the other secular music. The competition program features...

    Lithuania supports Ukraine by all possible means
    Jan06

    Lithuania supports Ukraine by all possible means

    Lithuania has been rendering all types of military assistance possible, including assistance to the country’s armed forces and humanitarian aid, since the beginning of Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine, reports the Ministry of National Defence. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Conflicts of the Past Year Connected by Corruption
    Jan06

    Conflicts of the Past Year Connected by Corruption

    A retrospective look at the conflicts dominating the headlines in 2014 presents a grim picture of escalating conflict and human suffering. Underneath the headlines is a common thread connecting the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the Ukrainian protesters in the Maidan, and the Nigerian families still desperately seeking...

    Russia to hire more foreign troops
    Jan05

    Russia to hire more foreign troops

    Russia opens up its armed forces to foreign career soldiers, though experts say the move is not linked to the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Russia-Ukraine Standoff Deemed Opportunity for Small Players
    Jan05

    Russia-Ukraine Standoff Deemed Opportunity for Small Players

    The fallout from the Ukraine crisis has affected Slovenia’s trade with Ukraine as well as Russia, but it also offers opportunities for Slovenian firms, the Slovenian ambassadors to Ukraine suggested Monday. …read more Source:...

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