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    Pope recalls Chornobyl and ‘forgotten’ conflict in Ukraine
    Apr20

    Pope recalls Chornobyl and ‘forgotten’ conflict in Ukraine

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    EU proposes to lift visas for Ukrainians, hopes for change ‘soon’
    Apr20

    EU proposes to lift visas for Ukrainians, hopes for change ‘soon’

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos said he hoped that visa requirements for Ukrainians could be lifted “very, very soon” following Wednesday’s legislative proposal by the EU executive. …read more Source:...

    Minsk to host international conference on Chernobyl on 25 April
    Apr20

    Minsk to host international conference on Chernobyl on 25 April

    The speakers at the conference will be Administrator of the UN Development Programme Helen Clark. Among the guests will be representatives of Russia and Ukraine, the Order of Malta, partners from Japan, Sweden, Ireland, the UK, Austria, Italy, and also representatives of the diplomatic corps accredited in Minsk. …read more Source:...

    Ex-police spokesman who fought in Ukraine in plea bargain
    Apr20

    Ex-police spokesman who fought in Ukraine in plea bargain

    Radomir Pocuca has reached a deal with the Higher Prosecutor’s Office in Belgrade “and received a suspended sentence for fighting in Ukraine,” Tanjug reported.Pocuca, a former spokesperson for Interior Minsitry’s PTJ unit and former TV Pink journalist and host, told reporters outside the Palace of Justice on Wednesday that...

    Chernobyl disaster 30 years on: what do you remember?
    Apr20

    Chernobyl disaster 30 years on: what do you remember?

    Share your stories and contribute to our coverage marking 30 years since the biggest nuclear catastrophe in history On 26 April 1986 one of the four reactors at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant exploded. It was the biggest accident of its kind in history – a human and environmental disaster that triggered a political storm that has lasted for...

    Belarusian Catholics to take up special collection for Ukraine on 24 April
    Apr20

    Belarusian Catholics to take up special collection for Ukraine on 24 April

    Pope Francis encouraged all the faithful of Europe to make a generous contribution to the collection. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine pilot deal poses questions on EU sanctions
    Apr20

    Ukraine pilot deal poses questions on EU sanctions

    Ukraine has said that the Kremlin is ready to free Nadia Savchenko, a captured pilot, in a symbolic exchange that could be tied to EU sanctions on Russia. …read more Source:...

    Brussels attacks, referendum: little impact on Dutch voting plans
    Apr20

    Brussels attacks, referendum: little impact on Dutch voting plans

    The attacks in Brussels and the Ukraine referendum have had little impact on potential voting patterns in the Netherlands, according… …read more Source:...

    Jean-Claude Juncker: ‘EU interferes too much’
    Apr20

    Jean-Claude Juncker: ‘EU interferes too much’

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Tuesday that the EU has “lost its attractiveness” because it interferes too much in people’s lives. The EU is involved in “too many domains where member states are better placed to take action,” Juncker told members of national parliaments in a debate at the Council of Europe in...

    Netherlands sticks with EU-Ukraine deal despite referendum No vote
    Apr20

    Netherlands sticks with EU-Ukraine deal despite referendum No vote

    Dutch MPs voted not to ditch the EU-Ukraine association agreement Tuesday, despite a referendum earlier this month at which more than 60 percent of voters opposed the deal. The non-binding April 6 referendum saw the Dutch overwhelmingly reject the agreement, which seeks to create closer economic and social ties between the EU and Ukraine. Only 32...

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