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    Poland probes burning of Ukraine flag at far-right march
    Nov14

    Poland probes burning of Ukraine flag at far-right march

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    Chernobyl disaster: Giant shield begins move towards reactor
    Nov14

    Chernobyl disaster: Giant shield begins move towards reactor

    Work begins at Chernobyl in Ukraine to move a giant shield over the site of the world’s worst nuclear accident. …read more Source:...

    EU adds ministers and central bank chief to Syria sanctions list
    Nov14

    EU adds ministers and central bank chief to Syria sanctions list

    European foreign ministers on Monday added 17 ministers and the governor of the Central Bank of Syria to a list of those subject to EU sanctions targeting the Bashar Assad regime. This brings to 234 the number of people subject to a travel ban and an asset freeze over the violent repression of the Syrian people, said a statement from the EU...

    Ukrainian MPs fistfight in parliament…again
    Nov14

    Ukrainian MPs fistfight in parliament…again

    An angry punch-up between two Ukrainian MPs has been captured on video. …read more Source:...

    Whither Ukraine in the era of post-consensus politics?
    Nov14

    Whither Ukraine in the era of post-consensus politics?

    It’s been a tough week for the Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko. On November 7th, Mikheil Saakashvili loudly resigned as governor.. The post Whither Ukraine in the era of post-consensus politics? appeared first on Reaction. …read more Source:...

    Whither Ukraine in the era of post-concensus politics?
    Nov14

    Whither Ukraine in the era of post-concensus politics?

    It’s been a tough week for the Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko. On November 7th, Mikheil Saakashvili loudly resigned as governor.. The post Whither Ukraine in the era of post-concensus politics? appeared first on Reaction. …read more Source:...

    Igor Dodon wins Moldova presidential election
    Nov14

    Igor Dodon wins Moldova presidential election

    Pro-Russia candidate Igor Dodon has been elected as the new President of Moldova. He takes over from President Timoftai who has supported European Union sanctions on Russia, and he defeated the pro-Europe candidate, Maia Sandu. …read more Source: Radio France...

    AFP: Bulgaria’s Radev ‘Struck a Chord by Attacking the Status Quo’
    Nov14

    AFP: Bulgaria’s Radev ‘Struck a Chord by Attacking the Status Quo’

    President-elect Rumen Radev “struck a chord with voters by attacking the status quo and stressing issues like national security and migration,” AFP agency writes after the presidential vote on Sunday. It compares him with “other anti-establishment politicians” and dubs him “Russophile” in the headline and later...

    [Ticker] EU ‘optimistic’ on pre-Christmas visa deal for Ukraine
    Nov14

    [Ticker] EU ‘optimistic’ on pre-Christmas visa deal for Ukraine

    EU enlargement commissioner Johannes Hahn said Monday he was “still optimistic” Ukrainians and Georgians will see EU visa-free travel before the end of the year.” He said he was waiting for EU capitals and MEPs to first agree a “suspension clause”, which would restrict travel in the event of mass overstays....

    Polish police investigate Ukrainian flag-burning
    Nov14

    Polish police investigate Ukrainian flag-burning

    Polish police are investigating the burning of a Ukrainian flag during a nationalist Independence Day march held on Friday. …read more Source: Polskie...

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