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    Ukraine coalition mulls replacing PM Yatseniuk with parliament speaker
    Mar24

    Ukraine coalition mulls replacing PM Yatseniuk with parliament speaker

    KIEV (Reuters) – Parties from Ukraine’s ruling coalition on Thursday discussed replacing Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk with Parliamentary Speaker Volodymyr Groysman, a possible breakthrough in a months-long political crisis. …read more Source:...

    Expert: No full-blown conflict in Ukraine’s southeast now
    Mar24

    Expert: No full-blown conflict in Ukraine’s southeast now

    “The frontline remains the same. It means that there is no large-scale military conflict,” said the expert. Mikhail Pogrebinsky admitted that ceasefire is constantly violated and provocations happen all the time. …read more Source:...

    Zdzisław Sokal becomes CEO of Bank Guarantee Fund
    Mar24

    Zdzisław Sokal becomes CEO of Bank Guarantee Fund

    The council of the Bank Guarantee Fund (BFG) has appointed Zdzisław Sokal as the head of the organization, the company reported on Wednesday. Zdzisław Sokal has been the Vice President of PKO BP, Chairman of Kredobank in Ukraine and a member of the board at the National Bank of Poland. In September 2015, he became… This content is for Silver 6...

    We need to stop blaming ourselves for Russia’s aggression
    Mar24

    We need to stop blaming ourselves for Russia’s aggression

    Tony Brenton’s recent piece (“Don’t wait for Russia to take the first step,” March 20) makes the flawed argument that Russia’s actions in Ukraine were motivated by legitimate security concerns, and a response to provocations from the West. But that is a dangerous line of thinking. While we can acknowledge that Russia has a point...

    MH17 investigation team in Malaysia to discuss legal options
    Mar24

    MH17 investigation team in Malaysia to discuss legal options

    KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – A joint team investigating the downing of a Malaysia Airlines flight over Ukraine in 2014 is in Malaysia to discuss options with authorities to set up a tribunal to hold those responsible to account, the Malaysian transport minister said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Is Russia’s national character authoritarian?  – The Baltic Times
    Mar24

    Is Russia’s national character authoritarian? – The Baltic Times

    NEW HAVEN – Russia’s aggression against Ukraine and the Russian public’s acquiescence in direct government control of news med…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Giant arch to block Chernobyl radiation for next 100 years
    Mar23

    Giant arch to block Chernobyl radiation for next 100 years

    CHERNOBYL, Ukraine (Reuters) – In the middle of a vast exclusion zone in northern Ukraine, the world’s largest land-based moving structure has been built to prevent deadly radiation spewing from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster site for the next 100 years. …read more Source:...

    Putin’s Syria success puts western foreign policy to shame
    Mar23

    Putin’s Syria success puts western foreign policy to shame

    Russian pilots upon their return from Syria to a Russian air base in Primorsko-Akhtarsk, southern Russia, 16th March. ©AP/Press Association Images by Robert Fry: a very unChinese standoff in the South China Sea Kremlinology is a pastime for consenting adults in private. Trying to divine Russian motives and objectives is a speculative game for...

    [Interview] Russia to free Ukraine pilot Savchenko, lawyer says
    Mar23

    [Interview] Russia to free Ukraine pilot Savchenko, lawyer says

    The Ukrainian pilot jailed by Russia will most likely be freed in a prisoner exchange in the next few weeks, after talks with the US and EU. The fate of 27 others detained by Russia is still uncertain. …read more Source:...

    What the anti-Brexit camp feared most: a terrorist attack
    Mar23

    What the anti-Brexit camp feared most: a terrorist attack

    LONDON — When Theresa May updated the House of Commons on Wednesday on Britain’s response to the horrific events in Brussels, there was little mention of the European Union referendum. A question that invited the British home secretary to beat the drum for British membership was politely brushed aside. It was, most people seemed to agree,...

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