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    Eastern Ukraine sees increase in fighting, 2 deaths reported
    Apr09

    Eastern Ukraine sees increase in fighting, 2 deaths reported

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    Bulgaria Socialist Leader Urges ‘Balanced’ Policy ahead of Russia Visit
    Apr09

    Bulgaria Socialist Leader Urges ‘Balanced’ Policy ahead of Russia Visit

    The leader of Bulgaria’s socialist party (BSP) has called for a “more balanced” foreign policy of the country, suggesting the government needs to adopt its position on the sanctions against Russia. BSP leader Mihail Mikov has voiced his surprise at the fact that Bulgaria ais not working to improve ties with the Russian...

    Dutch gave ‘old parties,’ not Ukraine, the middle finger
    Apr09

    Dutch gave ‘old parties,’ not Ukraine, the middle finger

    To anyone paying attention to the tone of Dutch politics or the mood across Europe, the outcome of the Dutch referendum on the association agreement between the EU and Ukraine — in which 61 percent voted No — did not come as a surprise. If elections were held in the Netherlands today, polls show Geert Wilders’ Party for Freedom — equally...

    ‘We have a chance to show the truth’: into the heart of Chernobyl
    Apr09

    ‘We have a chance to show the truth’: into the heart of Chernobyl

    Three decades after the nuclear disaster, the concrete protecting the reactor is starting to crack. Yet people still live there – and a new virtual reality project will take many more inside the ‘death zone’At first they thought it was just a fire, then the chickens started to turn black. When it comes to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster,...

    Putin’s war of smoke and mirrors
    Apr09

    Putin’s war of smoke and mirrors

    In modern 21st-century warfare, non-military approaches — propaganda, and economic, cultural and humanitarian sabotage — will play a greater role than purely military methods, Russian Armed Forces chief Valery Gerasimov argued, a year before the Russian occupation of Crimea. “In a couple of months, even days, a well-functioning state can be...

    Ukrainian activists protest against police corruption
    Apr08

    Ukrainian activists protest against police corruption

    Ukrainian activists burned tyres and confronted police outside a presidential office in Kyiv to protest against corruption in the justice system.… …read more Source:...

    NATO-Russia Council to Meet on Ukraine Crisis, Afghanistan
    Apr08

    NATO-Russia Council to Meet on Ukraine Crisis, Afghanistan

    The NATO-Russia Council will meet in the next two weeks for the first time since 2014 to duscuss the Ukraine crisis. “Following consultations with Russia, we have agreed to hold a meeting of the NATO-Russia Council at Ambassadorial level,” NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, said in a statement on Friday. The meeting at the NATQ...

    NATO and Russia try to break the ice (again)
    Apr08

    NATO and Russia try to break the ice (again)

    The NATO-Russia Council will meet in two weeks time, according to a statement Friday. Sources told POLITICO the meeting will take place on April 20. The crisis in and around Ukraine and the need to fully implement the Minsk Agreements will be on the agenda at meeting at the Alliance’s Brussels headquarters, the NATO statement said. Military...

    [Opinion] Dutch farce on Ukraine: Is there a way out?
    Apr08

    [Opinion] Dutch farce on Ukraine: Is there a way out?

    The farce of the Dutch vote on Ukraine could become a geopolitical drama. So what are the ways out for The Netherlands, the EU, and Ukraine? …read more Source:...

    Nato and Russia to end talks freeze
    Apr08

    Nato and Russia to end talks freeze

    Envoys from Nato and Russia are to hold their first talks this month since Moscow’s annexation of Crimea more than two years ago, Nato announces. …read more Source:...

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