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    VIDEO: Is it crunch time for Ukraine’s government?
    Feb16

    VIDEO: Is it crunch time for Ukraine’s government?

    BBC’s Kiev correspondent Tom Burridge explains why Tuesday’s vote in parliament is crucial for Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Turkey points finger at Russia over Syria hospital attacks
    Feb16

    Turkey points finger at Russia over Syria hospital attacks

    Visiting Ukraine, Turkey’s prime minister pointed the finger at Russia over the strikes in Azaz. Earlier he’d warned Kurdish rebels of a harsh… …read more Source:...

    Dutch taxpayers’ cash funds toilet paper printed with anti-Ukraine in EU info
    Feb15

    Dutch taxpayers’ cash funds toilet paper printed with anti-Ukraine in EU info

    Almost €50,000 of Dutch taxpayers money is to be given to a private company which plans to make and distribute… …read more Source:...

    EU lifts most sanctions against Belarus
    Feb15

    EU lifts most sanctions against Belarus

    EU countries agreed Monday to lift most of the sanctions the bloc had imposed against Belarus in recognition of steps taken by the former Soviet state over the past two years, but said some human rights concerns remain. Foreign ministers meeting in Brussels decided not to extend restrictive measures against 170 individuals and three companies in...

    Ukraine and Russia in truck stand-off
    Feb15

    Ukraine and Russia in truck stand-off

    Ukraine banned Russian trucks from crossing its territory Monday, following a similar move by Moscow over the weekend. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Monday that “madmen and bandits … are trying to stop our heavy goods vehicles,” after activists in western Ukraine began stopping trucks on Thursday. Russian trucks are now stopped in...

    Kazocins: Crimea’s annexation helped revive NATO from a state of stagnation
    Feb15

    Kazocins: Crimea’s annexation helped revive NATO from a state of stagnation

    The conflict in Ukraine and the annexation of Crimea helped revive NATO from a state of stagnation, believes former Chief of Latvian Constitution Protection Bureau Janis Kazocins. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Ukraine deputy prosecutor resigns, saying cases blocked
    Feb15

    Ukraine deputy prosecutor resigns, saying cases blocked

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    More vouchers from Belarusian Red Cross to Ukrainian migrants
    Feb15

    More vouchers from Belarusian Red Cross to Ukrainian migrants

    The Ukrainian migrants will get over 4,400 vouchers (each is worth Br1 million) in February-March to buy food and basic essentials. Apart from financial aid in the form of vouchers the Belarusian Red Cross Society will offer medical aid to forced migrants from Ukraine if their life or health is threatened. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine and Russia close their borders to foreign truckers
    Feb15

    Ukraine and Russia close their borders to foreign truckers

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    Ukrainian prosecutor quits over corruption as government teeters
    Feb15

    Ukrainian prosecutor quits over corruption as government teeters

    KIEV (Reuters) – A senior Ukrainian prosecutor resigned on Monday, calling the office he worked for a “hotbed of corruption”, another blow to government attempts to clean up the judiciary, a crucial step to unlock more Western aid. …read more Source:...

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