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    US to Give Ukrainian Army $33 Mln
    Jul25

    US to Give Ukrainian Army $33 Mln

    The United States will provide financial support to Ukrainian government troops by allocating them $33 million by the end of this year, …read more Source:...

    Incertitude in Ukraine after government resignation
    Jul25

    Incertitude in Ukraine after government resignation

    Author(s): Dan Alexe belgaimage_60496335_preview.jpg The entire Ukrainian government resigned on Thursday, after two parties said they would pull out of the governing coalition. This opened the way for new elections that would reflect the country’s starkly changed political scene after the ouster of pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovych...

    EU ambassadors reach preliminary Ukraine sanctions deal
    Jul25

    EU ambassadors reach preliminary Ukraine sanctions deal

    European Union ambassadors meeting in Brussels have reached a preliminary agreement on stepping up sanctions against Russia over Ukraine. The proposals are to be reviewed next week. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine crisis: President Poroshenko says resignation of Prime Minister will not affect military operation to defeat pro-Russian rebels
    Jul25

    Ukraine crisis: President Poroshenko says resignation of Prime Minister will not affect military operation to defeat pro-Russian rebels

    Ukraine is facing further uncertainty after the parliament announced it was yet to receive a resignation letter from the country’s Prime Minister and was therefore unable to vote on whether or not to accept it. …read more Source: The...

    Slavyansk grave reveals Ukraine’s wounds
    Jul25

    Slavyansk grave reveals Ukraine’s wounds

    Though many residents have welcomed the return of Ukrainian rule after violent pro-Russian forces left, others retain a deep mistrust of Kiev …read more Source: Financial...

    Would there still be a crisis in Ukraine if the Soviet Union hadn’t collapsed?
    Jul25

    Would there still be a crisis in Ukraine if the Soviet Union hadn’t collapsed?

    Would there still be a crisis in the Ukraine today if the Soviet Union have never collapsed? Historian and columnist Tim Stanley steps into a parallel universe to assess what might have happened …read more Source: The...

    Interpol puts Ukrainian ultranationalist Dmitry Yarosh on wanted list
    Jul25

    Interpol puts Ukrainian ultranationalist Dmitry Yarosh on wanted list

    The International Criminal Police Organization has put Ukrainian Right Sector leader Dmitry Yarosh on its wanted list, according to the cross-border police …read more Source:...

    Ukraine names acting PM after Yatseniuk’s shock resignation
    Jul25

    Ukraine names acting PM after Yatseniuk’s shock resignation

    Ukraine’s cabinet on Friday selected deputy PM Volodymyr Groysman to serve as acting premier after the shock resignation a day earlier of Arseny Yatseniuk (pictured), who served as premier since the February ouster of president Viktor Yanukovich. …read more Source: France...

    Governor blames currency decline on “debts and Ukraine”
    Jul25

    Governor blames currency decline on “debts and Ukraine”

    National Bank of Serbia (NBS) Governor Jorgovanka Tabaković is “not worried” about the national currency reaching a historic low agaisnt the euro.One euro was worth RSD 116.74 on Thursday, according to the mean exchange rate. …read more Source:...

    UNHCR puts number of Ukrainian crisis refugees at 230K
    Jul25

    UNHCR puts number of Ukrainian crisis refugees at 230K

    A total of 230,000 people left their homes in Ukraine because of clashes between Ukrainian and pro-Russian forcec, according to the UN refugee agency, UNHCR. …read more Source:...

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