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    Kyiv and separatists agree to Luhansk ceasefire, says OSCE
    Dec02

    Kyiv and separatists agree to Luhansk ceasefire, says OSCE

    The European security watchdog, the OSCE, says Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels have agreed ‘in principle’ on a ceasefire in the Luhansk region. A months-old ceasefire has been frequently broken. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian sanctions said to have a cooling effect on Hungary’s economy
    Dec02

    Russian sanctions said to have a cooling effect on Hungary’s economy

    Sanctions in Russia, the conflict in Ukraine together with the euro zone’s sluggish economic growth, have had a chilling effect on Hungary, according to economic news TV station CNBC. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    Tusk takes up EU post, tells Russia to get out of Ukraine
    Dec02

    Tusk takes up EU post, tells Russia to get out of Ukraine

    The EU’s new Polish chairman has urged Russia to withdraw its forces from Ukraine in his first official statement. …read more Source:...

    Temporary truce declared in Dontesk
    Dec02

    Temporary truce declared in Dontesk

    In Ukraine a temporary truce has been declared at Donetsk airport – a scene of fierce fighting between pro-Russian rebels and government forces. The… …read more Source:...

    Putin cancels new gas pipeline to Europe
    Dec02

    Putin cancels new gas pipeline to Europe

    In a measure of the dramatically reshaped relations between Russia and the West, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday scrapped plans for a major new natural gas pipeline to Europe, a surprise decision that came as the ruble slumped to an all-time low against the dollar. The move deprives the Kremlin of a tool that would have increased...

    Erjavec Joins NATO Colleagues for Debate on Ukraine, Afghanistan
    Dec02

    Erjavec Joins NATO Colleagues for Debate on Ukraine, Afghanistan

    Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec is due to take part in a NATO ministerial in Brussels on Tuesday dedicated to reviewing developments following the summit of the alliance in Wales in September. The focus will be on the crisis in Ukraine and the launch of the non-combat mission in Afghanistan. …read more Source:...

    Pro-EU parties ahead in Moldova
    Dec02

    Pro-EU parties ahead in Moldova

    Pro-European parties in Moldova have emerged with a narrow parliamentary majority from national elections that international observers said were characterised by a battle over the country’s geopolitics. With 94% of votes counted, the strongest party in the parliament is the Socialist Party (PSRM), whose leadership Russia has been courting....

    Temporary ceasefire agreed in Donetsk
    Dec01

    Temporary ceasefire agreed in Donetsk

    Ukraine’s military have said that its forces and separatist generals have agreed a temporary ceasefire around the airport in rebel-held Donetsk that has been the focus of fighting for months. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Russia blames EU as it abandons plans for South Stream gas pipeline
    Dec01

    Russia blames EU as it abandons plans for South Stream gas pipeline

    Putin says EU’s opposition scuppered project but Russian leader outlines plan to pump more gas to Turkey on visit to AnkaraRussia is scrapping the South Stream natural gas pipeline project and may cooperate with Turkey on building a gas hub for southern Europe, President Vladimir Putin said on Monday.He said Russia could not implement the...

    Kyrgyzstan Debates Russian-Style “Foreign Agents” Law
    Dec01

    Kyrgyzstan Debates Russian-Style “Foreign Agents” Law

    The Kyrgyz parliament, as seen here in November 2014, may vote in December to consider a possible new law that would label foreign-funded organisations “foreign agents.” But some critics of the bill, which closely resembles a similar law already passed in Russia, argue it would add layers of bureaucracy and possibly force some civil society NGOs...

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