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    Forgotten Ukrainians feel the bite of winter food cuts
    Mar06

    Forgotten Ukrainians feel the bite of winter food cuts

    As winter tightens its grip on war-torn eastern Ukraine, hundreds of thousands of people are struggling to put food on the table due to a lack of funding for emergency humanitarian aid. Last week, the World Food Programme wound up its food assistance operations in the east of the country, where a four-year conflict has killed more than 10,000...

    Murder of Slovak investigative journalist & his fiancée is a direct attack on freedom of speech and democracy in Europe
    Mar06

    Murder of Slovak investigative journalist & his fiancée is a direct attack on freedom of speech and democracy in Europe

    This article has been co-authored by Frank Markovic and Jana Zilkova. Slovakia, a small central European country of 5.5 million, is currently experiencing some of its most challenging days – the likes of which can only draw parallels with the 1990s and the era of the semi-autocratic regime of the former Prime Minister Vladimir Mečiar. However,...

    From Britain to Ukraine, the far right is thriving on shared emotion | Natalia Antonova
    Mar06

    From Britain to Ukraine, the far right is thriving on shared emotion | Natalia Antonova

    British neo-Nazis fighting in Ukraine are part of a wider scene. If we are to fight it, facts and reasoning will not be enoughWhile reports of Britons being recruited by Ukrainian neo-Nazis to fight in a war against Russia appear to be somewhat exaggerated – two men hardly constitutes some sort of far-right stampede to the eastern edge of Europe...

    Why is the world at war?

    Syria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Yemen, Afghanistan, Ukraine – the globe is scarred by violenceWe live in a world of trouble. Conflicts today may be much less lethal than those that scarred the last century, but this brings little comfort. We remain deeply anxious. We can blame terrorism and the fear it inspires despite the statistically...

    Latvia’s voting system is old–and therefore safe, says ‘stratcom’
    Mar06

    Latvia’s voting system is old–and therefore safe, says ‘stratcom’

    In a March 6 interview with the Diena newspaper, Janis Sarts, the head of the Riga-based NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence (StratCom COE), said that in comparison with attempts to hack into digital voting systems in the United States, France, the Netherlands and Ukraine, nothing like this can happen in Latvia due to the...

    Minister not worried about Russian gas supplies to Serbia
    Mar06

    Minister not worried about Russian gas supplies to Serbia

    There is no danger for Serbia if Russia halts gas supplies through Ukraine, Energy Minister Aleksandar Antic has said.Antic was responding journalists when he said that this will not affect our country, because of the contract it has with Gazprom, that includes “three points for the delivery of gas to Serbia.” …read more Source:...

    Ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili Detained in Kyiv
    Feb12

    Ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili Detained in Kyiv

    The men who detained Saakashvili were allegedly members of the Ukrainian State Border Service. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine arrests Saakashvili in likely prelude to deportation
    Feb12

    Ukraine arrests Saakashvili in likely prelude to deportation

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    Dutch foreign minister admits to lying about meeting Vladimir Putin
    Feb12

    Dutch foreign minister admits to lying about meeting Vladimir Putin

    Dutch Foreign Minister Halbe Zijlstra has come under fire for lying about attending a meeting with Vladimir Putin in 2006, Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant reported Monday. At a party conference in 2016, the People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) politician claimed he was present at a 2006 meeting in which the Russian president laid...

    Opposition leader Saakashvili detained in Kiev, facing deportation: spokeswoman
    Feb12

    Opposition leader Saakashvili detained in Kiev, facing deportation: spokeswoman

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian opposition leader Mikheil Saakashvili was detained in Kiev on Monday by unidentified people in camouflage, his spokeswoman said, adding that the intention might be to deport him from Ukraine. …read more Source:...

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