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    Russia says no IMF aid for Ukraine unless it pays its debt
    May17

    Russia says no IMF aid for Ukraine unless it pays its debt

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    New police force finds old habits die hard in Ukraine
    May17

    New police force finds old habits die hard in Ukraine

    KIEV (Reuters) – The launch of Ukraine’s new police patrol force last year sparked an internet craze of citizens posting selfies with newly recruited officers. …read more Source:...

    The Guardian view on the Eurovision song contest: how to protest and survive | Editorial
    May16

    The Guardian view on the Eurovision song contest: how to protest and survive | Editorial

    Jamala’s song about the fate of the Crimean Tatars in the Stalin era stands in a long and glorious tradition of political music makingMusic and politics often mingle. National anthems rely on the emotional pull of a good tune. Whether by Verdi or Bob Dylan, songs and music have inspired uprisings all through history, all over the world.In...

    ‘Stalin forced my parents to DIVORCE’: Eurovision winner reveals how Soviet dictator tortured her great-grandmother, killing baby daughter and leaving legacy of family trauma
    May16

    ‘Stalin forced my parents to DIVORCE’: Eurovision winner reveals how Soviet dictator tortured her great-grandmother, killing baby daughter and leaving legacy of family trauma

    Eurovision victor Jamala has revealed the agonising price of her family’s return to Crimea after being banished by Soviet dictator Stalin – her parents were forced to divorce. …read more Source: Daily...

    The most damning evidence yet that Flight MH17 was shot down by Russian BUK launcher as new satellite image shows it heading towards launch site five hours before plane was destroyed
    May16

    The most damning evidence yet that Flight MH17 was shot down by Russian BUK launcher as new satellite image shows it heading towards launch site five hours before plane was destroyed

    New satellite images have placed the Russian Buk missile defence system used to down MH17 near the Ukrainian town where the jet was shot down – just five hours before it occurred. …read more Source: Daily...

    Russians Aren’t Happy About Losing Eurovision, But They Weren’t Happy Before, Either
    May16

    Russians Aren’t Happy About Losing Eurovision, But They Weren’t Happy Before, Either

    Image shared widely online featuring the “Putin Rides” meme mixed with Sergei Lazarev’s performance. Russia’s narrow defeat this weekend in the 2016 Eurovision music contest wasn’t the only tension in a competition full of lights, pyrotechnics, and nationalism. Even before the Ukrainian artist Jamala won with a song titled...

    Hopeless Hilda ensures Eurovision drama continues
    May16

    Hopeless Hilda ensures Eurovision drama continues

    It’s hard to know what’s worse about Hilda Heick’s admission that she cocked up her voting slip as a member of Denmark’s Eurovision Song Contest jury on Saturday night. Getting her choices in the wrong order so her favourite song received the fewest points is pretty diabolical, but actually designating the eventual winner...

    Construction of TAP Gas Pipeline to Start Tuesday
    May16

    Construction of TAP Gas Pipeline to Start Tuesday

    Europe will launch on Tuesday the construction of the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), a project key to the diversification of gas supply sources and routes on the continent. The project’s main objective is to improve security of supply by decreasing EU’s dependence on imports of Russian gas via Ukraine and linking consumers directly to...

    Lavrov: Minsk agreement on Ukraine must be implemented in full
    May16

    Lavrov: Minsk agreement on Ukraine must be implemented in full

    The Minister stressed that the Minsk agreement must be implemented in full, without any exemptions and attempts to rewrite it. …read more Source:...

    Estonian two times Olympic bronze eyeing manufacture of electric cars in Ukraine
    May16

    Estonian two times Olympic bronze eyeing manufacture of electric cars in Ukraine

    Juri Tamm, who won bronze in hammer throw in the Moscow Olympics in 1980 and in Barcelona in 1988, is planning to start manufacturing electric cars in Ukraine a couple of years from now if he can find an investor to put 4 million euros into the project, Postimees said. …read more Source: The Baltic...

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