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    Ukrainians go underground: Families living in cellars in Donetsk feel they have been abandoned by the government in Kiev
    Dec08

    Ukrainians go underground: Families living in cellars in Donetsk feel they have been abandoned by the government in Kiev

    Ilona already knows the sound a bomb makes. The three-year-old is keen to impress she can tell the difference between a mortar and the thud of the trap door, which periodically slams shut above her head. …read more Source: The...

    Canada sends military police to Ukraine
    Dec08

    Canada sends military police to Ukraine

    Canada will send its military police to Ukraine as a part of a security cooperation agreement signed Monday that aims to help …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian military to inspect Belarusian army
    Dec08

    Ukrainian military to inspect Belarusian army

    The inspection will be carried out in line with the agreement on additional trust-building and security measures signed by the Belarus government and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Opera singer Anna Netrebko poses with Ukrainian separatist flag
    Dec08

    Opera singer Anna Netrebko poses with Ukrainian separatist flag

    Russian-Austrian soprano donates 1m roubles to opera theatre in rebel-held Donetsk and says she ‘just wants to support art’The Russian-Austrian opera soprano Anna Netrebko has given support to east Ukrainian separatists, posing with one of their top political leaders and holding up the flag of Novorossia, a self-declared amalgamation of...

    Rama to attend Economic Forum in Belgrade on December 16-17
    Dec08

    Rama to attend Economic Forum in Belgrade on December 16-17

    TIRANA, Dec 8 (ATA)-By Gjergji Mima/ – Prime Minister Edi Rama will visit again Belgrade on December 16-17. The Premier will take part in the Economic Forum that will be held under the auspices of China, which will be attended by attended dozens of heads of governments and ministers of economy from the world, mainly from Central European...

    Turkey and the EU: membership deconstructed
    Dec08

    Turkey and the EU: membership deconstructed

    Author(s): Dan Alexe h_50620836.jpg The European Union’s new foreign affairs chief is visiting Turkey to discuss the country’s troubled membership bid and the crisis in neighboring Syria and Iraq. Federica Mogherini, accompanied by the EU commissioners for humanitarian affairs and enlargement, Christos Stylianides and Johannes Hahn,...

    Bulgaria Would Still Get Transit Gas, Transit Millions
    Dec08

    Bulgaria Would Still Get Transit Gas, Transit Millions

    The debate on Vladimir Putin’s cancellation of the construction of the South Stream pipeline was animated, but somehow one-sided, writes Andrey Gurkov of Deutsche Welle’s Russian section, quoted by the BTA wire service. Everyone talks about the pipeline that was not meant to be and who would get to suffer the most. The participants...

    Russia’s tough rhetoric over Ukraine does not tell the whole story
    Dec08

    Russia’s tough rhetoric over Ukraine does not tell the whole story

    While Moscow appears publicly defiant, behind the scenes there are efforts to find a way out of the crisisAn angry claim by Sergei Ryabkov, Russia’s deputy foreign minister, that the US and its allies are plotting regime change in Russia is further evidence that the east-west standoff over Ukraine is hardening. But the public rhetoric does...

    Ukrainian refugees in Estonia yet to be granted asylum
    Dec08

    Ukrainian refugees in Estonia yet to be granted asylum

    So far, 54 Ukrainian citizens who have fled the fighting in Ukraine have applied for asylum in Estonia, but none have been granted their request. …read more Source:...

    2014 a devastating year for children, UNICEF says
    Dec08

    2014 a devastating year for children, UNICEF says

    According to an announcement released today by UNICEF, the year 2014 has been one of horror, fear and despair for millions of children, as worsening conflicts across the world saw them exposed to extreme violence and its consequences, forcibly recruited and deliberately targeted by warring groups. Yet many crises no longer capture the...

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