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    Ukraine pushes ahead helping internal refugees
    Oct23

    Ukraine pushes ahead helping internal refugees

    “I have a lot of friends and my grandparents there but I feel more free now that we’ve moved here.” Nine-year-old Hrystynka left Crimea immediately… …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian rebels set clocks to Moscow time in Luhansk People’s Republic
    Oct23

    Ukrainian rebels set clocks to Moscow time in Luhansk People’s Republic

    Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine will move their clocks to Moscow time on Sunday, in move that further integrates their self-declared state with Russia …read more Source: The...

    Kharkiv ‘never had eastern-western conflicts’
    Oct23

    Kharkiv ‘never had eastern-western conflicts’

    Kharkiv, the second-largest city of Ukraine, used to be its capital. With its industry, business and culture, it is the first major urban centre… …read more Source:...

    Central Asia Hurting as Russia’s Ruble Sinks
    Oct23

    Central Asia Hurting as Russia’s Ruble Sinks

    By David Trilling and Timur ToktonalievBISHKEK, Oct 23 2014 (EurasiaNet)Pensioner Jyparkul Karaseyitova says she cannot afford meat anymore. At her local bazaar in Kyrgyzstan’s capital, Bishkek, the price for beef has jumped nine percent in the last six weeks. And she is not alone feeling the pain of rising inflation.Butcher Aigul...

    Ukraine before the election: The battle for Ukraine’s future
    Oct23

    Ukraine before the election: The battle for Ukraine’s future

    ONLY a few photographs of dead fighters and flowers in the centre of Kiev recall the dramatic events that unfolded on Independence Square, or the Maidan, a year ago. The barricades and the encampment are long gone. The city feels subdued and traumatised as it awaits the parliamentary elections on October 26th. The energy and hope of a new...

    Russia represents “existential threat,” says Soros
    Oct23

    Russia represents “existential threat,” says Soros

    Russia’s policy toward Ukraine represents a threat to the very existence of the EU, George Soros wrote in an article titled “Wake Up, Europe.””Europe is facing a challenge from Russia to its very existence. Neither the European leaders nor their citizens are fully aware of this challenge or know how best to deal with...

    Can an election calm the crisis in Ukraine?
    Oct23

    Can an election calm the crisis in Ukraine?

    Analysis: President Petro Poroshenkos bloc is campaigning on a message of peace and unity ahead of Sundays election. But with the country so bitterly divided, parliament is likely to become another battlefield, writes Balázs Jarábik for Eurasia OutlookOctober in Kiev has brought a gorgeous Indian summer. The reprieve from autumns slow creep...

    Exclusive: Charred tanks in Ukraine point to Russian involvement
    Oct23

    Exclusive: Charred tanks in Ukraine point to Russian involvement

    HORBATENKO Ukraine (Reuters) – The burnt-out remains of dozens of tanks and armored vehicles in fields near this small village bear witness to the ferocity of a battle that turned the tide of the conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Sikorski at centre of storm over Ukraine
    Oct23

    Sikorski at centre of storm over Ukraine

    Former Polish foreign minister triggers political controversy …read more Source: Financial...

    Wake Up, Europe: George Soros on the Ukraine crisis and Russia  – The Baltic Times
    Oct23

    Wake Up, Europe: George Soros on the Ukraine crisis and Russia – The Baltic Times

    European leaders are failing to show adequate financial and military support for Ukraine, according to financier and philanthropist George Soros. In an essay published in the New York Review of… …read more Source: The Baltic...

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