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    EU may compensate farmers for effects of Russia’s Western food ban
    Aug11

    EU may compensate farmers for effects of Russia’s Western food ban

    The European Commission created a panel today (11 August) to assess the impact of Russia’s ban on food imports from the European Union and to determine whether EU farmers should receive compensation. The panel, headed by Jerzy Plewa, the Commission’s director-general for transport, is expected to share its findings with member states...

    100 prisoners flee as shells hit Donetsk jail
    Aug11

    100 prisoners flee as shells hit Donetsk jail

    Over 100 inmates broke out of jail when shells hit a high-security prison in the besieged rebel stronghold of Donetsk in east Ukraine, killing one, local authorities said this morning. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    The sanctions fight with Russia could make Britain go hungry
    Aug11

    The sanctions fight with Russia could make Britain go hungry

    We are used to having plentiful food, and at an affordable price. But the crisis in Ukraine should remind us that we cannot take Britain’s food security for granted, writes Tim Benton …read more Source: The...

    Seagal plays blues gig in Crimea
    Aug11

    Seagal plays blues gig in Crimea

    Hollywood actor Steven Seagal plays a concert in Crimea on a stage adorned with the flag of pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine …read more Source:...

    Ukraine crisis: 100 prisoners escape from high-security jail hit by rocket as fighting rages in Donetsk
    Aug11

    Ukraine crisis: 100 prisoners escape from high-security jail hit by rocket as fighting rages in Donetsk

    More than 100 people have escaped from a high-security prison in eastern Ukraine after it was hit by a rocket that may have been fired by government forces. …read more Source: The...

    Seagal Plays At Gig For Pro-Russian Separatists
    Aug11

    Seagal Plays At Gig For Pro-Russian Separatists

    The martial artist, who considers Vladimir Putin a friend, reportedly travelled to Crimea to unite people through his music. …read more Source: Sky...

    EU and US warn Russia against ‘humanitarian’ invasion of Ukraine
    Aug11

    EU and US warn Russia against ‘humanitarian’ invasion of Ukraine

    Western leaders say Russia sanctions will escalate if it “invades” Ukraine under the guise of “humanitarian” aid, as EU food companies count the cost of Russia’s import ban. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Ukrainian rebels ready for ceasefire
    Aug11

    [Ticker] Ukrainian rebels ready for ceasefire

    Ukrainian separatists are ready for a ceasefire with the Kiev government to prevent “a humanitarian disaster in Donbass”, the new head of the rebels, Alexander Zakharchenko, said on Saturday. Ukrainian officials have said they are ready to agree to a ceasefire provided the rebels surrender their arms, reports Reuters. …read more...

    Ukraine crisis: the neo-Nazi brigade fighting pro-Russian separatists
    Aug11

    Ukraine crisis: the neo-Nazi brigade fighting pro-Russian separatists

    Kiev throws paramilitaries – some openly neo-Nazi – into the front of the battle with rebels …read more Source: The...

    Fierce fighting rages in Donetsk as Ukraine government forces close in on rebel stronghold
    Aug11

    Fierce fighting rages in Donetsk as Ukraine government forces close in on rebel stronghold

    Following a string of military successes and with the broad support of the West, Kiev has taken a hard line against the rebel forces. …read more Source: Daily...

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