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    Three Poles appear in Panama Papers leak
    Apr04

    Three Poles appear in Panama Papers leak

    Names of former President of Warsaw Paweł Piskorski, media mogul Mariusz Walter and entrepreneur Marek Profus appeared in a huge leak of confidential documents from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, and German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung, along with 107 media organizations revealed...

    At least two arrest in Wilders anti-Ukraine rally, counter-protest
    Apr04

    At least two arrest in Wilders anti-Ukraine rally, counter-protest

    Two people were arrested and three people were fined during Geert Wilders’ anti-Ukraine association agreement rally in Dordrecht on Saturday The post At least two arrest in Wilders anti-Ukraine rally, counter-protest appeared first on NL Times. …read more Source: NL...

    Bulgarian convent in Istanbul becomes museum
    Apr04

    Bulgarian convent in Istanbul becomes museum

    One of the landmark buildings of the Bulgarian National Revival – the convent in Istanbul, will be turned into a museum. It is located on the Golden Horn, opposite to the famous Bulgarian St. Stephen Church – the only iron church in the Orthodox world. The church and convent were built in the mid 19th century, when there was a large...

    Ukraine’s leader set up secret offshore firm as battle raged with Russia
    Apr04

    Ukraine’s leader set up secret offshore firm as battle raged with Russia

    Petro Poroshenko registered company when his troops were being wiped out in eastern Ukraine, Panama Papers show• Global reaction to Panama Papers leakUkraine’s president, Petro Poroshenko, set up a secret offshore company in the British Virgin Islands at a time when his troops were being wiped out in a bloody battle with Russian troops and...

    Ukraine’s desperate attempt to defuse landmines – as more are planted
    Apr04

    Ukraine’s desperate attempt to defuse landmines – as more are planted

    The death toll of 600, including many children, from mines and unexploded ordnance is likely to rise as former refugees try to reclaim homes and jobsUkraine has launched an unprecedented operation in its war-torn east to defuse a landmine crisis, the scale of which is only now becoming apparent as former refugees try to reclaim their homes and...

    Kobyakov reaffirms Ukraine’s importance as Belarus’ trade and economic partner
    Apr04

    Kobyakov reaffirms Ukraine’s importance as Belarus’ trade and economic partner

    In his words, Ukraine is in fact Belarus’ second biggest trade and economic partner after Russia. …read more Source:...

    Latvia to implement projects to help Ukraine in agriculture, fight against corruption
    Apr04

    Latvia to implement projects to help Ukraine in agriculture, fight against corruption

    In 2016, EUR 451,400 have been earmarked in the Latvian Foreign Ministry’s budget for bilateral development cooperation, and the money will be used for new grants and long-term projects, including support to Ukraine in agriculture and the fight against corruption, informs LETA, according to the Development Cooperation Policy Plan for 2016...

    Nigel Farage urges Dutch voters to say ‘no’ to Ukraine treaty
    Apr04

    Nigel Farage urges Dutch voters to say ‘no’ to Ukraine treaty

    British Eurosceptic Nigel Farage will talk to a rally of ‘no’ voters near Amsterdam on Monday evening, as the… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine minister surprised by fuss around Netherlands’ referendum
    Apr04

    Ukraine minister surprised by fuss around Netherlands’ referendum

    Ukrainian Foreign Affairs Minister Pavlo Klimkin is surprised by the commotion the association agreement between his country and the EU is causing in the Netherlands The post Ukraine minister surprised by fuss around Netherlands’ referendum appeared first on NL Times. …read more Source: NL...

    EU commissioner outed in ‘Panama Papers’ leak
    Apr04

    EU commissioner outed in ‘Panama Papers’ leak

    The EU’s climate and energy commissioner, Miguel Arias Canete, has been implicated in tax evasion in a huge leak, called Panama Papers, which also sheds light on shady financial dealings by the leaders of Iceland, Russia, and Ukraine. …read more Source:...

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