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    German firms hurting over Russia sanctions
    Jan02

    German firms hurting over Russia sanctions

    Hundreds of German companies active in Russia are suspending or will cancel projects due to international sanctions over Ukraine and the weakened rouble. …read more Source: The Local...

    Far-right Ukrainians mark anniversary of nationalist hero Stepan Bandera
    Jan02

    Far-right Ukrainians mark anniversary of nationalist hero Stepan Bandera

    Thousands of far-right Ukrainians have marked the 106th anniversary of the birth of controversial nationalist Stepan Bandera. He fought Russian and… …read more Source:...

    Military donates winter clothes to Ukraine
    Jan01

    Military donates winter clothes to Ukraine

    Coats and plush hats among items being sent according to agreement …read more Source: The Prague...

    France: Ukraine peace before Russia arms sale
    Jan01

    France: Ukraine peace before Russia arms sale

    France would only deliver two warships ordered by Russia if there were concrete signs of lasting peace in Ukraine, the French defence minister said Thursday. …read more Source: The Local...

    Ukraine says rebels keep up attacks into New Year
    Jan01

    Ukraine says rebels keep up attacks into New Year

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian separatists carried out sporadic attacks on government forces as the New Year began, wounding three soldiers, the Kiev military said, as President Petro Poroshenko told the nation to brace for a year that would “not be easy”. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian president vows to defeat “cruel-hearted foe”
    Jan01

    Ukrainian president vows to defeat “cruel-hearted foe”

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said during his New Year’s message that Ukraine “will win this patriotic war.”In its report, the French agency AFP described him as the “chocolate baron” and the “pro-Western leader” who delivered the televised address at midnight “surrounded by soldiers and...

    Face-planting fare dodger picks up a fine, medical bills… AND has to pay the fare
    Jan01

    Face-planting fare dodger picks up a fine, medical bills… AND has to pay the fare

    As far as fare-dodging goes, Ukrainian man Zossima Sozonov is the worst on record. CCTV footage from the Klovsk underground station in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev shows him trying to get a free ride, tripping himself up, mashing his face into the hard floor of the station, and cleanly knocking himself out. Transport police were so impressed by...

    Latvia steers EU into 2015
    Jan01

    Latvia steers EU into 2015

    Latvia takes over the rotating EU presidency on Thursday, putting the tiny Baltic state in the front line of EU efforts to tackle issues ranging from Greek political uncertainty to Russia’s intervention in Ukraine, AFP reports. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    Serbia takes over chairmanship of OSCE
    Jan01

    Serbia takes over chairmanship of OSCE

    Serbia is taking over as the chair of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) for 2015.According to announcements, the main goal of its chairmanship will be to serve as a bridge in resolving the Ukrainian crisis. …read more Source:...

    Serbia now has OSCE presidency
    Jan01

    Serbia now has OSCE presidency

    Serbia takes over the presidency of the OSCE from Switzerland on Thursday, as the multinational body plays a prominent role in efforts to resolve the Ukraine conflict. …read more Source: The Local...

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