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    Crimea votes in Russian parliamentary elections amid protests from Ukraine
    Sep18

    Crimea votes in Russian parliamentary elections amid protests from Ukraine

    Residents of Crimea are voting in Russian parliamentary elections for the first time since the peninsula was annexed from Ukraine in 2014. …read more Source:...

    Tensions in Kiev, Odessa as Russians Vote in General Elections
    Sep18

    Tensions in Kiev, Odessa as Russians Vote in General Elections

    Scuffles have broken out in front of Russia’s diplomatic services in Kiev and Odessa as Russians living in Ukraine are going to the polls. Clashes have erupted between police and protesters against Russia’s policies toward Ukraine, Interfax has reported. No-one has been seriously hurt. Those involved in the Kiev protests, where the...

    Tensions in Kiev and Odessa as Russians Vote in General Elections
    Sep18

    Tensions in Kiev and Odessa as Russians Vote in General Elections

    Scuffles have broken out in front of Russia’s diplomatic services in Kiev and Odessa as Russians living in Ukraine are going to the polls. Clashes have erupted between police and protesters against Russia’s policies toward Ukraine, Interfax has reported. No-one has been seriously hurt. Those involved in the Kiev protests, where the...

    Protesters block Russian embassy in Kyiv on election day
    Sep18

    Protesters block Russian embassy in Kyiv on election day

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    Indian Market: When France’s Pain Is Ukraine’s Gain
    Sep18

    Indian Market: When France’s Pain Is Ukraine’s Gain

    India has received wheat from an East European country for the first time in a decade, with Ukraine snatching the French wheat markets with shipments to the South Asian nation. As France failed to export wheat to India due to floods this year, Ukraine took advantage of the situation and sent 240,000 metric tonnes of …read more Source:...

    In Ukraine, media freedom under fire
    Sep18

    In Ukraine, media freedom under fire

    KIEV — Ukrainians take media freedom seriously. They expect to hear debates on the airwaves. But what has been a source of pride for many has recently come under threat. Politicians, publicly criticized for their failures, want to pull an iron curtain over media outlets. On a recent Sunday afternoon, masked men in military fatigues stormed the...

    Ukrainian prisoner left blind and armless in tripwire mine blast is handed over by Russian-led separatists in hostage exchange 
    Sep18

    Ukrainian prisoner left blind and armless in tripwire mine blast is handed over by Russian-led separatists in hostage exchange 

    Volodymyr Zhemchugov was released on Saturday as part of a hostage exchange between separatists and the Ukrainian government in rebel-occupied Donbas. …read more Source: Daily...

    [Ticker] Slovak PM says Ukraine not ‘the good guy’
    Sep17

    [Ticker] Slovak PM says Ukraine not ‘the good guy’

    Slovak PM Robert Fico told the Reuters news agency on Saturday that Ukraine is “even less” in compliance with the Minsk ceasefire accord than Russia. “With the Minsk agreement, it is necessary to take stock. It is not true that Ukraine is the good guy and Russia is the bad guy,” he said. Ukraine denies this. EU sanctions...

    Slovakia’s Fico says Ukraine doing less than Russia to meet Minsk deal
    Sep17

    Slovakia’s Fico says Ukraine doing less than Russia to meet Minsk deal

    BRATISLAVA (Reuters) – Ukraine is doing less than Russia to meet its obligations under the Minsk agreement, Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico said on Saturday, stepping up calls for the European Union to end sanctions against Moscow. …read more Source:...

    Bulgarian President Plevneliev: Russia Is Not An Enemy But It Is An Opponent
    Sep17

    Bulgarian President Plevneliev: Russia Is Not An Enemy But It Is An Opponent

    “The EU must consider what happened with the Ukrainian crisis. What bothers me is the fact that, regarding this crisis, very few Bulgarian politicians declared their positions openly. Many Bulgarian politicians have not said a word up to now about the fact that one state occupied the territory of another sovereign state and there was an illegal...

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