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    Families of MH17 victims take Russia and Putin to court
    May23

    Families of MH17 victims take Russia and Putin to court

    The relatives of people killed in the downing of flight MH17 over Ukraine in 2014 have sued Russia and Russian President Vladimir Putin. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Lukashenko: New initiatives are needed to improve the situation in eastern Ukraine
    May23

    Lukashenko: New initiatives are needed to improve the situation in eastern Ukraine

    According to the Belarusian head of state, at the meeting the Pope asked about the situation in the region, especially in connection with the conflict in Ukraine. “I have voiced my position that new initiatives, especially spiritual ones, are needed to improve the situation in eastern Ukraine,” the Belarusian leader said. …read more Source:...

    3D fantasies brought to life at street art festival
    May23

    3D fantasies brought to life at street art festival

    Modern art was always born in the street, right before our eyes and generously expanding its world of illusions with scales and spaces, conquering our imagination. However, the latter turns out to be mortal, just like life. After passing by, memories remain the only gallery of what we have been through. In the end of May the Chirpan village of...

    Tatars remain resolute in Kremlin-controlled Crimea
    May22

    Tatars remain resolute in Kremlin-controlled Crimea

    Over two years have passed since Russia annexed Crimea. Tatars are feeling increasingly insecure in their homeland on the Black Sea peninsula. Juri Rescheto reports from Simferopol. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    How the Nuremberg trials found names for the Nazis’ crimes
    May22

    How the Nuremberg trials found names for the Nazis’ crimes

    In this extract from his book East West Street, human rights lawyer Philippe Sands tells the personal stories of how genocide and crimes against humanity were first defined in lawA little after three o’clock in the afternoon, the wooden door behind the defendants’ dock slid open and Hans Frank entered courtroom 600. He wore a grey...

    MH17 families sue Russian and Putin for compensation
    May22

    MH17 families sue Russian and Putin for compensation

    Application reportedly filed in European court of human rights seeking $10m in compensation per passengerAn Australian law firm has reportedly filed a compensation claim against Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, in the European court of human rights on behalf of families of victims of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.The jetliner crashed in...

    A drive through Eastern Europe’s twilight zone
    May22

    A drive through Eastern Europe’s twilight zone

    When I embarked on a road trip from Ukraine’s capital Kiev to Romania’s Transylvania in early May, I was blissfully unaware of the fear and paranoia that lurks in the border zones between East and West. I had bought a Peugeot convertible in Estonia the previous year, and needed to drive it out of Ukraine to avoid paying expensive...

    MH17 families sue Russia and Vladimir Putin for £5 million per victim
    May22

    MH17 families sue Russia and Vladimir Putin for £5 million per victim

    Families of victims of doomed Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17, shot down over Ukraine in 2014, have sued Russia and President Vladimir Putin. …read more Source:...

    Victims’ families of downed MH17 flight sue Vladimir Putin
    May21

    Victims’ families of downed MH17 flight sue Vladimir Putin

    President Vladimir Putin and the state of Russia have been named as defendants in a lawsuit by the families of people who had been killed in the MH17 flight. The Malaysian Airlines aircraft was shot down over eastern Ukraine by a Russian-made missile in July 2014. All 298 passengers and crew on board were killed. The victims’ families are...

    Russia’s envoy to NATO says isolation policy has failed
    May21

    Russia’s envoy to NATO says isolation policy has failed

    Russia’s ambassador to NATO Alexander Grushko said that the alliance’s policy of isolating Moscow has been a failure. NATO’s strategy is, in fact, damaging to the military alliance, Grushko said to journalists in Brussels Saturday: “It is clear that if NATO continues to implement policies announced at the 2014 Wales Summit, it...

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