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    Preliminary Results Show Unexpected Winner of Moldova’s Elections
    Dec01

    Preliminary Results Show Unexpected Winner of Moldova’s Elections

    Despite expectations that it will occupy third or fourth place in the Sunday parliamentary elections, the pro-Russian Socialist party of Moldova is in the lead, according to preliminary results. With around 85 % of the votes counted, the Socialist Party gathers 21 %, followed by the leading party in the pro-European government coalition – the...

    Ukraine says Russian special forces involved in attacks on airport in east
    Dec01

    Ukraine says Russian special forces involved in attacks on airport in east

    KIEV (Reuters) – The Ukrainian military accused Russian special forces on Monday of taking part in attacks on the strategically important Donetsk airport in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    MH17 wreckage shipped to the Netherlands this week
    Dec01

    MH17 wreckage shipped to the Netherlands this week

    Parts of the wreckage of the Malaysian Airways plane which was brought down by a missile over Eastern Ukraine in… …read more Source:...

    Is the West now at war with Russia without realising it?
    Dec01

    Is the West now at war with Russia without realising it?

    Alt Text: Columnist Robert Fox A cyber attack on America’s largest bank, JP Morgan, raises questions only Vladimir Putin can answer Column Robert Fox Monday, December 1, 2014 – 9:22am This summer up to 83 million American citizens were under attack from Russia – and most of the victims of this almost surreal conflict...

    EU adds to eastern Ukraine blacklist
    Dec01

    EU adds to eastern Ukraine blacklist

    The European Union has barred leading figures in separatist groups active in eastern Ukraine from entering the EU, in the latest round of sanctions prompted by the crisis in Ukraine. The 13 people added to the EU’s blacklist on Saturday (29 November) include a range of self-styled ministers in breakaway areas of the regions of Donetsk and...

    Due to Russia-Ukraine crisis, Grindeks posts 21.5% reduction in 9-month turnover
    Dec01

    Due to Russia-Ukraine crisis, Grindeks posts 21.5% reduction in 9-month turnover

    The pharmaceutical concern Grindeks achieved EUR 63.1 million in turnover in the first nine months of the year 2014, which is EUR 17.3 million or 21.5% less when compared to the nine months of last year, the company stated in its financial report submitted to the ”Nasdaq” Riga Stock Exchange, cites LETA. …read more Source: The...

    Marine Le Pen Reelected as Leader of France’s Front National
    Dec01

    Marine Le Pen Reelected as Leader of France’s Front National

    Marine Le Pen was reelected as leader of the French far-right Front National at a party congress, held in Lyon on Sunday. The incumbent leader Le Pen was the only candidate for the leadership position and she won with 100 % support, Le Monde reports. Le Pen has been at the head of the Front National since 2011, when she succeeded her father and...

    Lithuanian, Estonian MFA believe in EU’s Eastern Partnership programme
    Dec01

    Lithuanian, Estonian MFA believe in EU’s Eastern Partnership programme

    New Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia Keit Pentus-Rosimannus paid a visit to Lithuania on Friday. The Lithuanian and Estonian foreign ministers said they believe in the prospects of the European Union (EU) Eastern Partnership programme despite of the war in Ukraine and problems that Moldova and Georgia face, informs LETA/ELTA. …read...

    Merkel to pay a visit to Hungarian Prime Minister
    Dec01

    Merkel to pay a visit to Hungarian Prime Minister

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel, is planning on paying a visit to the Hungarian Prime Minister in February, according to German newspaper Die Welt. Orbán has made it clear that he opposes EU sanctions against Russia and given that the extension of sanctions requires a unanimous vote… …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    Russia’s President Signs Law on Free Economic Zone in Crimea
    Dec01

    Russia’s President Signs Law on Free Economic Zone in Crimea

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed the law on the creation of a free economic zone in Crimea. The free economic zone is created for a period of 25 years, with the possibility for further extension, according to reports of ITAR-TASS. The law envisages a range of incentives for investors, including tax breaks, a preferential customs...

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