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    John McCain: US loses credibility due to refusal to send weapons to Ukraine
    Nov21

    John McCain: US loses credibility due to refusal to send weapons to Ukraine

    The Unites States lose the world’s credibility due to the refusal to provide Ukraine with weapons. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine president heckled by relatives of Maidan dead
    Nov21

    Ukraine president heckled by relatives of Maidan dead

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko was shouted down by angry relatives of 100 protesters killed in Kiev’s “Euromaidan” revolution at a ceremony on Friday to pay tribute to the victims. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria C-Bank Governor ‘Likely to Resign in end-November’
    Nov21

    Bulgaria C-Bank Governor ‘Likely to Resign in end-November’

    Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) governor Ivan Iskrov is likely to step down by the end of November, sources in Parliament say.The arrangement has been made after consultations Iskrov held with Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and the parliamentary groups of parties in the ruling axis, the website Mediapool.bg reports citing the sources....

    Lukashenko: Language should not be used to split society
    Nov21

    Lukashenko: Language should not be used to split society

    “I hate nationalists because these are radicals who will lead the society to a catastrophe, as in Ukraine. I am trying to keep tab on them to make sure they do not create problems. They are using the issue of the Belarusian language to cause a discord in the society. It should not happen. The language cannot and should not be used to cause the...

    Germans Divided over Sanctions on Russia – ARD Survey
    Nov21

    Germans Divided over Sanctions on Russia – ARD Survey

    Twenty-seven percent of Germans believe the current sanctions against Russia imposed by the EU and the US should be scrapped, a new survey has shown. According to the survey, 19% of those polled think that tne current scope of sanctions should be expanded, while 43% consider the sanctions adequate. The poll was conducted among 1,023 Germans by...

    UN: Close to thousand people killed in Ukraine since September 5 ceasefire
    Nov21

    UN: Close to thousand people killed in Ukraine since September 5 ceasefire

    In the eight weeks that have passed since the truce agreed by Ukraine, Russia and separatists came into force, battles in Ukraine’s east have claimed 957 lives. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    More remains found at MH 17 crash site
    Nov21

    More remains found at MH 17 crash site

    New remains have been discovered at the site of a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 crash in eastern Ukraine, the Dutch government announced, according to TASS.The remains will be sent to Kharkov, where a preliminary forensic examination is held and then transported to the Netherlands, where bodies are identified, the Russian news agency reported....

    One year after Euromaidan: 13 people dying every day
    Nov21

    One year after Euromaidan: 13 people dying every day

    One year after the start of Ukraine’s pro-Western revolution – the Euromaidan – people are dying everyday in east Ukraine despite the “ceasefire”, a UN report says. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Orban: Hungary won’t sacrifice economy over EU-Russia sanctions
    Nov21

    [Ticker] Orban: Hungary won’t sacrifice economy over EU-Russia sanctions

    Hungary’s prime minister Viktor Orban in a speech on Thursday said the country is united with the EU over Ukraine but would not be forced to pick sides when it comes to economic interests, reports Reuters. “Our job is to determine our own interests and own position,” he said. …read more Source:...

    Putin’s chief spokesman speaks of possible coup in Latvia
    Nov21

    Putin’s chief spokesman speaks of possible coup in Latvia

    Russian President Vladimir Putin’s chief spokesman Dmitry Peskov discussed in an interview on BBC the Ukrainian crisis and its impact on the West-Moscow relations, addressing the theoretical possibility of a coup in Latvia, cites BBC/LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

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