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    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:...

    Polish Sejm supports ratification of Ukraine-EU agreement
    Nov27

    Polish Sejm supports ratification of Ukraine-EU agreement

    Voting is scheduled for November 28. …read more Source:...

    Four Crimean museums to go to court for return of treasures in Amsterdam
    Nov27

    Four Crimean museums to go to court for return of treasures in Amsterdam

    Four museums in Crimea are taking legal action to force a Dutch museum to hand back treasures loaned before Russia… …read more Source:...

    Majority of Russians believe their troops are not fighting in Ukraine: poll
    Nov27

    Majority of Russians believe their troops are not fighting in Ukraine: poll

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – A majority of Russians believe their country’s troops are not fighting in eastern Ukraine but nearly half would be glad if it turned out they were, an opinion poll showed on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] EU to blacklist 13 people, five entities over Ukraine
    Nov27

    [Ticker] EU to blacklist 13 people, five entities over Ukraine

    EU states Thursday agreed to blacklist 13 new people and five entities over Russia’s actions in Ukraine. The visa ban and asset freeze enters into force Saturday when the names come out in the bloc’s Official Journal. EU ministers earlier agreed to target Ukrainian “separatists”, not Russians, in the move. …read more...

    Ukraine’s new pro-Western parliament holds first session
    Nov27

    Ukraine’s new pro-Western parliament holds first session

    Ukraine’s recently elected pro-Western parliament has held its first session. Kyiv’s new coalition is led by the parties of President Petro… …read more Source:...

    Germany and Russia: A new Ostpolitik
    Nov27

    Germany and Russia: A new Ostpolitik

    Putin wags a finger at Mutti OVER the past year, Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel, has become the West’s diplomatic shield against Russia’s Vladimir Putin. That is partly because America’s Barack Obama is distracted and weakened by his midterm elections. It is also because nobody else in the European Union has the same...

    The Cyprus problem: Intractable—or insoluble?
    Nov27

    The Cyprus problem: Intractable—or insoluble?

    EUROPEAN UNION countries loudly criticise Russia for creating frozen conflicts in Georgia, Moldova and, now, Ukraine. Yet they are quieter about their own case of Cyprus, an EU member with an unrecognised Turkish-Cypriot north. This frozen conflict is older: over 50 years have passed since clashes broke out between Turkish- and Greek-Cypriots, 40...

    Governing coalition formed in parliament
    Nov27

    Governing coalition formed in parliament

    Five parties in Ukraine’s parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, officially formed a governing coalition on Thursday. …read more Source:...

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