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    Ukrainian parliamentary election: 90% of votes counted
    Oct29

    Ukrainian parliamentary election: 90% of votes counted

    With 90,29% of votes counted, the pro-European forces led by Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk and President Petro Poroshenko are leading the Ukrainian parliamentary election. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Sanctions bind Russia’s energy elite to Putin
    Oct29

    Sanctions bind Russia’s energy elite to Putin

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – An offer by Gazprom to help rival Rosneft salvage an Arctic oil project shows how tightly sanctions have bound Russia’s political and business elite together in the Ukraine crisis – an unintended consequence of the West’s punitive measures. …read more Source:...

    US warns Russia on Ukraine rebel vote
    Oct29

    US warns Russia on Ukraine rebel vote

    US Secretary of State John Kerry warns Russia that it will violate international agreements if it recognises an election planned by rebels in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Washington on Ukraine: ‘one big opportunity for serious reforms’
    Oct29

    Washington on Ukraine: ‘one big opportunity for serious reforms’

    Ukraine’s elections have won US President Barack Obama’s approval. He called them a milestone in the former Soviet state’s democratic development.… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Elections Online:  Crowdmaps To Report Voter Fraud, Hashtags To Vent About Politics
    Oct28

    Ukraine Elections Online: Crowdmaps To Report Voter Fraud, Hashtags To Vent About Politics

    As Darth Vader from the Internet Party of Ukraine voted on Sunday, voters used crowdmaps and hashtags to report on election fraud. Images mixed by Tetyana Lokot. As Ukraine went to the polls this past Sunday, October 26, to choose its new parliament amid ongoing unrest and conflict in the East, voters once again turned to the Internet to seek...

    Kaspersky Net Analyst Says Sanctions Undermine Russia, Internet
    Oct28

    Kaspersky Net Analyst Says Sanctions Undermine Russia, Internet

    Author(s): Kostis Geropoulos photo.jpg Baden, Austria – When Andrey Yarnykh, head of strategic projects at Russian multi-national computer security company Kaspersky Lab, spoke to New Europe one year ago in Montenegro the talk was dominated by Edward Snowden, the US whistleblower who fled to Russia after revealing the National Security...

    Dutch ask Russia for MH17 ‘evidence’
    Oct28

    Dutch ask Russia for MH17 ‘evidence’

    Dutch investigators ask Russia to surrender evidence it claims to have showing a Ukrainian fighter jet in the same area as flight MH17 when it was shot down. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: Moscow will recognise rebel elections in east
    Oct28

    Ukraine: Moscow will recognise rebel elections in east

    Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said that Moscow plans to recognise parliamentary elections held by Ukraine on Sunday, although it would… …read more Source:...

    Malaysia PM vows to bring MH17 culprits to justice
    Oct28

    Malaysia PM vows to bring MH17 culprits to justice

    DUBAI (Reuters) – Prime Minister Najib Razak on Tuesday vowed to bring to justice the perpetrators of the downing of Malaysia Airlines MH17, but said he feared fighting in Ukraine might block access to the crash site. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine attempts to break gas deadlock
    Oct28

    Ukraine attempts to break gas deadlock

    Last-ditch talks with Russia and EU as energy shortages loom …read more Source: Financial...

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