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    Russia alarms Kiev and west with Ukraine ID recognition
    Feb19

    Russia alarms Kiev and west with Ukraine ID recognition

    Move applies to self-declared ‘people’s republics’ amid shaky ceasefire attempt …read more Source: Financial...

    Trump has no foreign policy
    Feb19

    Trump has no foreign policy

    Whenever a new American president takes office, or even well beforehand, analysts and academics rush to discern their foreign policy “doctrine”—a grand theory that connects what might otherwise appear to be a Pollack-like splattering of dots. The Bush doctrine, for instance, was supposedly about the rejection...

    Ukraine’s frontline dentists: ‘This is how I serve my country’
    Feb19

    Ukraine’s frontline dentists: ‘This is how I serve my country’

    Volunteers of Ukrop Dental are helping military personnel and civilians in region where aid is woefully lackingIn an abandoned building on the road to no-man’s land, Ukraine’s frontline dentists are hard at work. These men and women have swapped the safety of their sterilised clinics across the country to join the fight against...

    British government split over plan to use foreign aid to win Brexit support
    Feb19

    British government split over plan to use foreign aid to win Brexit support

    U.K. ministers have clashed over plans to divert billions of pounds of foreign aid spending to eastern EU countries, in exchange for support in the upcoming Brexit negotiations, the Sunday Times reported. Senior cabinet ministers and officials in Downing Street believe that the aid used for wasteful projects in Asia and Africa from the...

    Ukraine reflects on deadly ‘Revolution of Dignity’
    Feb19

    Ukraine reflects on deadly ‘Revolution of Dignity’

    Ukrainians are holding several days of events to mark the third anniversary of the end of what they call the ‘Revolution of Dignity’. …read more Source:...

    New Ukrainian ceasefire to start on Monday
    Feb19

    New Ukrainian ceasefire to start on Monday

    Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine agreed on Saturday to use their influence to implement a ceasefire and the withdrawal of heavy weapons from Monday in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Russia accepts passports issued by east Ukraine rebels
    Feb19

    Russia accepts passports issued by east Ukraine rebels

    Ukraine calls the move an escalation while Russia says it is a humanitarian act. …read more Source:...

    Putin orders Russia to recognize documents issued in rebel-held east Ukraine
    Feb19

    Putin orders Russia to recognize documents issued in rebel-held east Ukraine

    …read more Source: The...

    Russia to recognise IDs from separatist Ukraine area
    Feb18

    Russia to recognise IDs from separatist Ukraine area

    Step to facilitate work and travel could heighten tensions amid shaky ceasefire …read more Source: Financial...

    Controversial ‘Crashing Airplane’ Advertisement Stirs Serbian Presidential Elections Debate
    Feb18

    Controversial ‘Crashing Airplane’ Advertisement Stirs Serbian Presidential Elections Debate

    Images from the video promoting candidacy by Aleksandar Vučić for president of Serbia. Serbia will hold presidential elections this April, and current Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić this month announced his candidacy for president. Just a few day later his campaign published a video commercial comparing the country to an airplane in danger of...

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