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    “The EU is going through a big test” – interview with Pat Cox
    Oct02

    “The EU is going through a big test” – interview with Pat Cox

    Pat Cox, a former president of the European Parliament and a recent EU Special Envoy to Ukraine, discusses the face-off the West is now having with Russia over Kiev’s future, the radicalization of the political climate in Europe in the context of upcoming EP elections and whether the euro zone crisis is truly over Interview by Remi...

    Ukraine GDP ‘to shrink 8% this year’
    Oct02

    Ukraine GDP ‘to shrink 8% this year’

    Ukraine’s economy is likely to suffer more than previously predicted because of the conflict in the east of the country, the World Bank has said. …read more Source:...

    Latvia heads to election under shadow of assertive Russia
    Oct02

    Latvia heads to election under shadow of assertive Russia

    RIGA (Reuters) – Latvians look likely to back their hawkish centre-right ruling coalition in a parliamentary election on Saturday amid increased tensions with giant neighbor Russia, Riga’s communist-era ruler, over the Ukraine crisis …read more Source:...

    Putin says he hopes election will bring Ukraine stability
    Oct02

    Putin says he hopes election will bring Ukraine stability

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said he hoped Ukraine’s parliamentary election on Oct. 26 would help bring stability to country. …read more Source:...

    Merkel urges Putin to calm Ukraine rebels
    Oct02

    Merkel urges Putin to calm Ukraine rebels

    Chancellor emphasises Russia’s responsibility to exert a ‘moderating influence’ …read more Source: Financial...

    Cake thrown at Ukrainian presidential aide  video
    Oct02

    Cake thrown at Ukrainian presidential aide video

    Oleh Makhnitsky, an aide to Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko, ducks for cover after men wearing hoods disrupt his news conference by throwing cake. He continues the Kiev briefing shortly afterwards and jokes about his current popularity. Remnants of cake are seen splattered across the desk, floor and Makhnitsky’s jacket …...

    Twins among six dead in Crimea sinkhole accident
    Oct02

    Twins among six dead in Crimea sinkhole accident

    Six people, including two three-year-old twins, have died after their car fell into a sinkhole near the Crimean capital of Simferopol. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Russia’s economy is being hit hard by sanctions
    Oct02

    Russia’s economy is being hit hard by sanctions

    Institute of International Finance Chief Economist Lubomir Mitov discusses the effect of western sanctions on Russia and what President Putin can do to revive the economy …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine crisis: Rebel forces continue offensive for government-held airport in Donetsk
    Oct02

    Ukraine crisis: Rebel forces continue offensive for government-held airport in Donetsk

    Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine were today continuing an offensive to take the government-held airport in Donetsk, it has been reported. …read more Source: The...

    Russia 1-1 Ukraine, 1999: This is our second present after Crimea | Michael Yokin
    Oct02

    Russia 1-1 Ukraine, 1999: This is our second present after Crimea | Michael Yokin

    A grudge match after the Soviet Union breakdown ended with a goalkeeping error and neither side qualifying for Euro 2000The following is an extract from Michael Yokins article from the latest issue of the Blizzard. The Blizzard is a quarterly football journal available from www.theblizzard.co.uk on a pay-what-you-like basis in print and digital...

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