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    The dolphins used to treat PTSD in Ukrainian soldiers
    Nov16

    The dolphins used to treat PTSD in Ukrainian soldiers

    Trainers in Odessa say sessions can help veterans, as well as children with learning difficulties, but there are concerns about the animals’ welfare Ivan Golubev was a hyperactive child until his school in the Donbass region of eastern Ukraine was attacked by gunfire. The trauma left him unable to to speak. A few months later he was on...

    “Russia could give up on Kosovo if West recognizes Crimea”
    Nov16

    “Russia could give up on Kosovo if West recognizes Crimea”

    Ukraine’s Ambassador Oleksandr Aleksandrovych has told the Belgrade-based daily Blic that his country’s position not to recognize Kosovo remains unchanged. However, he voiced his suspicion that Russia – which also does not recognize the unilateral declaration of this Serbian province’s independence – might...

    Ukraine protests: Anger and frustration spark Kiev demonstrations
    Nov16

    Ukraine protests: Anger and frustration spark Kiev demonstrations

    There is tight security in central Kiev as opposition parties protest against the government. …read more Source:...

    Minsk-Kiev cooperation prospects discussed
    Nov16

    Minsk-Kiev cooperation prospects discussed

    “The parties discussed the prospects of trade, economic, regional, industrial and cultural cooperation between Minsk and Kiev,” the ministry said. …read more Source:...

    Kremlin ‘Sees Little Prospect’ for Resuming Bulgarian Energy Projects
    Nov16

    Kremlin ‘Sees Little Prospect’ for Resuming Bulgarian Energy Projects

    Presidential election results in Bulgaria are unlikely renew talks on Belene nuclear power plant (NPP) and South Stream projects, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said earlier this week. However while the prospects to revive them “are minimal”, Peskov stressed that Russia had always backed expanding cooperation with Bulgaria and...

    UN committee urges Russia to end rights abuses in Crimea
    Nov16

    UN committee urges Russia to end rights abuses in Crimea

    UN member states have approved a resolution condemning Russia’s occupation of Crimea and calling for rights monitors to be allowed onto the peninsula. Ukraine says there’s been a rise in abuses against local residents. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    UN committee votes to condemn Russian occupation of Crimea
    Nov16

    UN committee votes to condemn Russian occupation of Crimea

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    Ukraine president asks for ‘resolute support’ in call with Trump
    Nov15

    Ukraine president asks for ‘resolute support’ in call with Trump

    Just a day after he spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump spoke to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, whose country continues to grapple with Russian occupation and annexation of its territory. According to a Ukrainian government readout of the call, Poroshenko stressed the “need for the...

    Oettinger caught up in new allegations over ethics
    Nov15

    Oettinger caught up in new allegations over ethics

    European Commissioner for Digital Economy Günther Oettinger is caught up in a new case of alleged ethics violations concerning a trip he took on the private plane of a pro-Russia German businessman. Oettinger took a private plane to fly from Brussels to Budapest May 18 that was owned by Klaus Mangold, a former member of the board of management of...

    Belorusneft to use new technology to step up oil extraction in Ukraine
    Nov15

    Belorusneft to use new technology to step up oil extraction in Ukraine

    The technology provides for drilling filtration channels up to 100m long at the right angle to the well shaft. The approach increases drainage area and can connect remote parts of the oil-bearing stratum with the well shaft, thus increasing oil recovery. …read more Source:...

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