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    Tbilisi Seeks Saakashvili’s Extradition from Ukraine
    Sep06

    Tbilisi Seeks Saakashvili’s Extradition from Ukraine

    Copies of the request were sent to Ukraine’s Prosecutor’s Office and Justice Ministry. …read more Source:...

    ‘I want to bring up a warrior’: Ukraine’s far-right children’s camp – video
    Sep06

    ‘I want to bring up a warrior’: Ukraine’s far-right children’s camp – video

    In Ukraine, the far-right Azov militia is fighting on the frontline – and running a summer camp for children. The Guardian visited the camp and followed 16-year-old Anton through his experiences. Is Azov really a modern Hitler Youth organisation, or is it trying to prepare young Ukrainians for the tough reality that awaits them? …...

    The Brexit ‘divorce bill’ is nothing of the sort
    Sep06

    The Brexit ‘divorce bill’ is nothing of the sort

    Now that Polly Toynbee is weighing in with wails about the size of the Brexit bill, we know two things about the process. It’s a good thing to do and it’ll be remarkably good value. Every political compass does require its butt end after all. However, one thing everyone must understand is that we’re not being asked to pay a...

    Ukrainian student sells virginity for 1,600 euros!
    Sep06

    Ukrainian student sells virginity for 1,600 euros!

    A desperate Ukrainian student is offering to sell her virginity to a “real man” because she urgently needs 1,600 euros. The teenager, named Yulia, told a local newspaper in Melitopol: “Sooner or later I will have to say goodbye to it. So it is better to do it this way than at some drunken party.” Her advertisement headed “Virginity for Sale”...

    Belarus keeps an eye on Ukraine’s entry rules for foreigners
    Sep03

    Belarus keeps an eye on Ukraine’s entry rules for foreigners

    “Ukrainian partners have not yet told us anything officially. But we believe that the relevant information will be received in advance. Sharing such information is stipulated by the bilateral agreement on visa-free travels,” said the press secretary. …read more Source:...

    Belarus keeps an eye on Ukraine’s entry rules for foreigners
    Sep03

    Belarus keeps an eye on Ukraine’s entry rules for foreigners

    “Ukrainian partners have not yet told us anything officially. But we believe that the relevant information will be received in advance. Sharing such information is stipulated by the bilateral agreement on visa-free travels,” said the press secretary. …read more Source:...

    ‘We cannot afford to freeze the Crimean conflict,’ says Crimean Tatar leader
    Sep03

    ‘We cannot afford to freeze the Crimean conflict,’ says Crimean Tatar leader

    In a DW interview, Crimean Tatar council chair Refat Chubarov criticizes German FDP party head Christian Lindner, whose proposal for addressing the Crimea conflict, he says, could spell disaster for Chubarov’s people. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    ‘We cannot afford to freeze the Crimean conflict,’ says Crimean Tatar leader
    Sep03

    ‘We cannot afford to freeze the Crimean conflict,’ says Crimean Tatar leader

    In a DW interview, Crimean Tatar council chair Refat Chubarov criticizes German FDP party head Christian Lindner, whose proposal for addressing the Crimea conflict, he says, could spell disaster for Chubarov’s people. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Preventing disaster in Donbas
    Aug31

    Preventing disaster in Donbas

    VIENNA — Ukraine suffered one of the most horrendous man-made disasters in recent memory — the Chernobyl nuclear accident of 1986. It is now suffering through a war that is poisoning relations between Donbas and the rest of Ukraine, polluting the political climate between Kiev and Moscow and tainting the relationship...

    Russia’s bridge link with Crimea moves nearer to completion
    Aug31

    Russia’s bridge link with Crimea moves nearer to completion

    Installation of railway arch above Kerch Strait is key phase in Kremlin’s plan to integrate peninsula seized from UkraineRussian engineers have completed a key phase of a bridge that will link the annexed Crimea peninsula to mainland Russia. A huge 6,000-tonne railway arch was hauled into place 35 metres (115ft) above the sea, in an...

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