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    Poland to extradite popular file-sharing site owner to the US
    Mar01

    Poland to extradite popular file-sharing site owner to the US

    Polish court decided, that Ukrainian Artem Vauiln, can be extradited to the US for copyright infringement charges. Vaulin operated a popular peer-to-peer filesharing website Kickass Torrents, he was arrested in Warsaw in July last year. “It is legally admissable to hand over the citizen of Ukraine, Artem Vaulin to US justice authorities,” the...

    Warring sides in Ukraine’s Donetsk Oblast expected to disengage on 7 March
    Mar01

    Warring sides in Ukraine’s Donetsk Oblast expected to disengage on 7 March

    According to Martin Sajdik, the sides have requested assistance with the disengagement procedure near Stanitsa Luganskaya on 7 March. Apart from that, the sides confirmed their adherence to the full withdrawal of heavy weapon systems, said the diplomat. …read more Source:...

    Contact group on Ukraine concerned about safety of Donetsk water filtering station
    Mar01

    Contact group on Ukraine concerned about safety of Donetsk water filtering station

    The sides agreed not to fire at or assault the Donetsk water filtering station. Apart from that, there are plans to clear mines near the water station and along the access roads leading to the station. The sides also agreed that it is necessary to guarantee the safety of the station’s workers, repair crews and OSCE representatives....

    Clashes break out between nationalists and separatists at a rail blockade in eastern Ukraine
    Mar01

    Clashes break out between nationalists and separatists at a rail blockade in eastern Ukraine

    A gang of men – one wielding a chainsaw – has attacked a pro-Kyiv rail blockade in eastern Ukraine. More than 35 people were arrested at Kryvyi Torets. One man was injured. …read more Source:...

    Aid group warns of ‘humanitarian catastrophe’ as separatists seize east Ukraine factories
    Mar01
    Ukraine to Probe Defaced Bulgarian Monument
    Mar01

    Ukraine to Probe Defaced Bulgarian Monument

    Ukraine officials have blamed the vandalization of a monument to Bulgarian volunteer fighters in the Russo-Turkish war of the 1870s on provocateurs. …read more Source: Balkan...

    Firms seized in rebel-held east Ukraine as blockade tension mounts
    Mar01

    Firms seized in rebel-held east Ukraine as blockade tension mounts

    KIEV/DONETSK, Ukraine (Reuters) – A leading telecoms firm and a humanitarian group owned by Ukraine’s richest man said on Wednesday they had been forced to stop operating in territory controlled by Russia-backed separatists as their offices had been seized by armed men. …read more Source:...

    Polish and British foreign ministers on joint Ukraine trip
    Mar01

    Polish and British foreign ministers on joint Ukraine trip

    Polish Foreign Witold Waszczykowski and his British counterpart Boris Johnson visit the Ukrainian city of Kyiv on Wednesday. …read more Source: Polskie...

    EU takes step closer to allowing Ukrainians visa-free entry
    Mar01

    EU takes step closer to allowing Ukrainians visa-free entry

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    Bulgaria endorses Serbia’s accession to EU battlegroup HELBROC
    Mar01

    Bulgaria endorses Serbia’s accession to EU battlegroup HELBROC

    The Bulgarian caretaker cabinet has approved Serbia’s accession to the technical agreement among the defence ministries of Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus and Romania for the formation of a multinational EU battlegroup – HELBROC. The group was set up in 2006 by four countries, the leading role in which belongs to Greece. In 2011 it was...

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