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    Nadia Savchenko: The most controversial prisoner of the war in Ukraine
    Jan11

    Nadia Savchenko: The most controversial prisoner of the war in Ukraine

    Somewhere behind the walls of Moscow’s pre-trial detention centre No 6, the Ukrainian MP and helicopter pilot, is slowly starving after 30 days of living on just water and tea …read more Source: The...

    Merkel presses Putin to exert influence on Ukraine rebels
    Jan11

    Merkel presses Putin to exert influence on Ukraine rebels

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has criticized Russia for its attitude on Ukraine’s separatist forces. Merkel said that all sides needed to contribute towards making the Minsk agreement a success. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    No Ukraine summit without progress on peace plan, Merkel tells Putin
    Jan11

    No Ukraine summit without progress on peace plan, Merkel tells Putin

    BERLIN (Reuters) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel told Russian President Vladimir Putin on the phone on Saturday that a four-way summit to discuss the situation in eastern Ukraine would not take place until there was real progress on the Minsk peace plan. …read more Source:...

    Irish medics Ukraine children heart surgery
    Jan10

    Irish medics Ukraine children heart surgery

    A team of 15 doctors and nurses, funded by Irish aid agency Chernobyl Children’s International, will fly to Ukraine at the end of the month to perform life-saving cardiac surgery on 30 children born with serious heart defects. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Rinkēvičs departs on mission to Moscow
    Jan10

    Rinkēvičs departs on mission to Moscow

    Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs was in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv Saturday holding talks with senior officials as part of a challenging double-headed visit east which will also take him to Moscow. …read more Source:...

    Donbas Poles one step closer to evacuation
    Jan10

    Donbas Poles one step closer to evacuation

    The Interior Ministry has passed a decree which will allow for the evacuation of around 200 people of Polish descent from the wartorn Donbas region in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Poroshenko compared terrorist attacks in Paris to events in Donbas
    Jan10

    Poroshenko compared terrorist attacks in Paris to events in Donbas

    Ukraine’s president Poroshenko doesn’t see any difference between the terrorist attack in France and the terrorist attacks taking place in Donbas. …read more Source:...

    Forthcoming visit of John Kerry to Bulgaria – what to expect?
    Jan10

    Forthcoming visit of John Kerry to Bulgaria – what to expect?

    Surprisingly it has been reported in Sofia this week that US Secretary of State John Kerry is to visit Bulgaria on January 15. At the time of the announcement of the visit, there was no notice of such an event in January at the website of the US State Department. John Kerry’s visit to Sofia has been expected, but probably something has...

    Dozens of Gomel Oblast companies offer support to Ukrainian migrants
    Jan10

    Dozens of Gomel Oblast companies offer support to Ukrainian migrants

    Dozens of enterprises and organizations of Gomel Oblast have joined the Christmas charity campaign “With All Our Heart” aimed to help families who moved from Lugansk Oblast and Donetsk Oblast to Gomel Oblast. …read more Source:...

    Gorbachev warns of major war in Europe over Ukraine
    Jan10

    Gorbachev warns of major war in Europe over Ukraine

    Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev warned that tensions between Russia and European powers over the Ukraine crisis could result in a major conflict or even nuclear war, in an interview to appear in a German news magazine on Saturday. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

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