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    Ukrainian politologist: Verkhovna Rada should hurry
    Nov27

    Ukrainian politologist: Verkhovna Rada should hurry

    The new Ukrainian parliament will work effectively for at least the first six months, but contradictions may arise later. …read more Source:...

    The west is letting Putin get his way on Ukraine | Ian Birrell
    Nov27

    The west is letting Putin get his way on Ukraine | Ian Birrell

    Since Russia annexed Crimea, the response of western leaders has been gesture politics of the worst kindUkraine’s new parliament was sworn in today. More than 400 members took their oaths, but 27 seats remain vacant – the annexation of Crimea, plus the war in eastern Ukraine, prevented deputies being elected there.It is just one year since...

    Arseny Yatseniuk Elected For Prime Minister Of Ukraine
    Nov27

    Arseny Yatseniuk Elected For Prime Minister Of Ukraine

    Ukraine’s parliament elected Arseny Yatseniuk for a new term as prime minister at its opening session on Thursday. President Petro Poroshenko and a newly-formed coalition in the assembly supported his appointment during the first session of the parliament, which was elected in October. A total of 341 deputies in the 450-seat parliament...

    MPs brawl in parliaments around the world – video
    Nov27

    MPs brawl in parliaments around the world – video

    Ukraine’s parliament is notorious for brawls and scuffles between MPs – but many other countries have a history of parliamentary fisticuffs. As Ukraine’s MPs attend their inaugural session of parliament on Thursday, we take a look at parliamentary brawling from around the world, including India, Afghanistan, Japan, Italy, Turkey,...

    Ukraine in anti-corruption pledge
    Nov27

    Ukraine in anti-corruption pledge

    Ukraine’s new parliament meets for the first time, as the president says he intends to nominate a foreigner to lead the country’s anti-corruption efforts. …read more Source:...

    Bosnia Denies Busting Russian Sanctions on EU
    Nov27

    Bosnia Denies Busting Russian Sanctions on EU

    Bosnia sought to assure Russia that it was not being used to transit agricultural products from EU countries and breach sanctions that Moscow imposed on Brussels amid the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Balkan...

    VIDEO: Sanctions hitting Russian oil firms
    Nov27

    VIDEO: Sanctions hitting Russian oil firms

    Opec’s meeting in Vienna is being closely watched in Russia, which depends heavily on oil exports but is being hit by Western sanctions over Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    EU adds people and organizations with ties to Eastern Ukrainian militants to its blacklist
    Nov27

    EU adds people and organizations with ties to Eastern Ukrainian militants to its blacklist

    This Thursday, November 27th, the European Union added 18 private and legal persons with ties to East Ukrainian militants to the union’s official blacklist, as confirmed by diplomats. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Red Cross seeks record budget as aid needs soar
    Nov27

    Red Cross seeks record budget as aid needs soar

    The Geneva-based Red Cross says it will need a record $1.68 billion (1.26 billion euros) to cover its humanitarian activities next year, amid soaring needs for aid in conflict-hit countries like Syria, Iraq and Ukraine. …read more Source: The Local...

    Arseniy Yatsenyuk re-elected as Ukraine’s Prime Minister
    Nov27

    Arseniy Yatsenyuk re-elected as Ukraine’s Prime Minister

    Volodymyr Hroisman has become Parliamentary Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada. …read more Source:...

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