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    Inside the abandoned city of Pripyat, 30 years after Chernobyl – in pictures
    Apr05

    Inside the abandoned city of Pripyat, 30 years after Chernobyl – in pictures

    Tens of thousands were evacuated from the neighbouring city of Pripyat following the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Lynn Hilton visits the deserted city – and finds homes, schools and a fairground left to decay … …read more Source: The...

    Journalist at center of Panama leaks: ‘Nobody hiding offshore is safe’
    Apr05

    Journalist at center of Panama leaks: ‘Nobody hiding offshore is safe’

    For months, as they worked in secrecy to pull together a huge trove of leaked data from a Panamanian law firm, the investigative team at Süddeutsche Zeitung knew they had an explosive scoop. Even so, the international reaction has been “far above what we expected,” Frederik Obermaier, one of the German newspaper’s investigative reporters,...

    Latvia and Ukraine blacklist actor in ‘The Bridge’ remake
    Apr05

    Latvia and Ukraine blacklist actor in ‘The Bridge’ remake

    Latvia and Ukraine have blacklisted Russian actor Mikhail Porechenkov, who will play one of the lead roles in a version of the crime drama television series ‘The Bridge’ set on the Narva River bridge between Estonia and Russia. …read more Source:...

    Belarus, Ukraine consider granting visa-free entry to international passport holders only
    Apr05

    Belarus, Ukraine consider granting visa-free entry to international passport holders only

    Belarus and Ukraine are discussing possible adjustments to the visa-free travel agreement. For Belarusian citizens there will be no changes since Belarusian national passports are valid for travel abroad. …read more Source:...

    [Opinion] EU realpolitik on Ukraine – too little, too late
    Apr05

    [Opinion] EU realpolitik on Ukraine – too little, too late

    The EU has accepted that Russia has a say on Ukraine’s future. If it had been more honest and clear-sighted from the start, Ukraine might have suffered less. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine referendum not about Europe, just over half of voters say
    Apr05

    Ukraine referendum not about Europe, just over half of voters say

    Almost half of Dutch voters are convinced the EU’s treaty of association with Ukraine paves the way for membership of… …read more Source:...

    7 things you should know about the Panama Papers
    Apr05

    7 things you should know about the Panama Papers

    At least 12 world leaders are implicated in offshore schemes by the biggest ever leak of financial documents 1. The leak centres on Mossack Fonseca. Mossack Fonseca is a law firm headquarted in Panama but also operating in tax havens such as Switzerland, the British Virgin Islands and the British crown dependencies: Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle...

    Panama Papers: call for offshore tax reform after data revelations
    Apr05

    Panama Papers: call for offshore tax reform after data revelations

    Political leaders named in leaks deny wrongdoing while other governments launch inquiries amid demands for reform • What are the Panama Papers? • Opinion: secret riches and public rageReverberations from the Panama Papers were felt worldwide on Monday, with political leaders named in the disclosures angrily denying any wrongdoing while other...

    Mikhail Porechenkov chosen for crime series set on Narva bridge
    Apr05

    Mikhail Porechenkov chosen for crime series set on Narva bridge

    The Russian actor Mikhail Porechenkov who is to play one of the lead roles in a version of the crime drama television series ‘The Bridge’ set on the Narva River bridge between Estonia and Russia, to be shot for the Russian television channel NTV, has been blacklisted in Latvia and Ukraine, informs LETA/BNS. …read more Source:...

    Dutch gear up for the other EU vote giving Brussels a headache
    Apr05

    Dutch gear up for the other EU vote giving Brussels a headache

    Wednesday’s referendum on association agreement with Ukraine exposes rifts in attitudes towards EU amid tense ties with Russia after MH17The dividing lines of the referendum are clearly drawn. Supporters say a yes vote will deliver security and trade; opponents see a chance to wrest back control from the so-called undemocratic forces of...

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