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    Ceasefire supposed to start in eastern Ukraine
    Feb20

    Ceasefire supposed to start in eastern Ukraine

    According to an international agreement reached over the weekend in Munich, a ceasefire should start on Monday, February 20, in the Donbas war raging in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Clashes over blockade of coal from eastern Ukraine
    Feb20

    Clashes over blockade of coal from eastern Ukraine

    Seven people have been arrested during a protest to support a blockade of coal from Russian-backed rebels in the east. Ukraine’s leaders say the obstruction, which started in late January, could lead to more power cuts. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    East Ukraine ceasefire due to take effect
    Feb20

    East Ukraine ceasefire due to take effect

    There have been many such agreements in the past and the omens for peace are not good. …read more Source:...

    Belgian PM to Pence: We won’t allow EU to fragment
    Feb20

    Belgian PM to Pence: We won’t allow EU to fragment

    Belgium’s Prime Minister Charles Michel said he used a dinner with U.S. Vice President Mike Pence in Brussels Sunday evening to warn the Trump administration against supporting any break-up of the EU. Pence arrived in Brussels Sunday after attending the Munich Security Conference, and was scheduled to meet senior EU officials on Monday....

    Maidan dream still burns in beleaguered Ukraine
    Feb20

    Maidan dream still burns in beleaguered Ukraine

    Three years after carnage in Kiev, war and corruption have not killed hope …read more Source: The Irish...

    Trump’s demand upsets German election
    Feb19

    Trump’s demand upsets German election

    MUNICH — When the visiting American dignitaries hammered home their desire for Europe to spend more on their militaries in recent days, their biggest target was the Continent’s richest nation — Germany. Washington’s pointed attacks on Berlin — whether over its open-door policy for refugees or...

    5 arrested in Kyiv clash between nationalists, police
    Feb19

    5 arrested in Kyiv clash between nationalists, police

    …read more Source:...

    Over 6 mln foreigners visited Poland in 2016 – GUS
    Feb19

    Over 6 mln foreigners visited Poland in 2016 – GUS

    The number of foreign tourists who visited Poland last year stood at 6.1 million representing a 7 percent growth from 5.7 million the year before, the Poland’s Central Statistical Office (GUS) data showed. Most visitors came from Germany with 1.6 million followed by the UK tourists with 443,000 visitors. Ukrainians were the third nation...

    U.S. embassy in Kiev critical of Moscow order on Ukrainian documentation
    Feb19

    U.S. embassy in Kiev critical of Moscow order on Ukrainian documentation

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – The United States embassy in Kiev voiced concern on Sunday over Russia’s decision to recognize civil registration documents issued in separatist-held areas of eastern Ukraine, saying that it threatens the Minsk peace process. …read more Source:...

    Russia alarms Kiev and west with Ukraine ID recognition
    Feb19

    Russia alarms Kiev and west with Ukraine ID recognition

    Move applies to self-declared ‘people’s republics’ amid shaky ceasefire attempt …read more Source: Financial...

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