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    Ukrainian foreign minister says no breakthrough in Paris talks
    Mar04

    Ukrainian foreign minister says no breakthrough in Paris talks

    (Reuters) – Ukraine’s foreign minister said on Thursday there had been no breakthrough in Paris talks aimed at getting a fragile peace deal back on track, repeating that until security was restored there could be no election in the rebel-held Donbass region. …read more Source:...

    France calls for prisoner exchange in Ukraine conflict
    Mar04

    France calls for prisoner exchange in Ukraine conflict

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    ‘Real progress’ needed in Ukraine says France, Germany
    Mar04

    ‘Real progress’ needed in Ukraine says France, Germany

    With the Minsk accord more than a year old, France and Germany says little has been done to implement it. Although violence has wound down, social and economic reforms remain neglected, said Berlin. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    UN issues new report on Ukraine
    Mar03

    UN issues new report on Ukraine

    Ukraine: Growing despair among over 3 million civilians in conflict zone …read more Source: The Prague...

    UN: Civilians suffering ‘abandonment’ and despair in eastern Ukraine
    Mar03

    UN: Civilians suffering ‘abandonment’ and despair in eastern Ukraine

    The United Nations has said the conflict in eastern Ukraine has left millions of civilians suffering from despair and isolation. The assessment comes as foreign ministers hold talks over a ceasefire in the region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    After Ukraine, Kazakhstan wary of ethnic Russians broaching autonomy
    Mar03

    After Ukraine, Kazakhstan wary of ethnic Russians broaching autonomy

    KOSTANAY, Kazakhstan (Reuters) – In the city of Kostanay in northern Kazakhstan, the ribbon of St George, a black-and-orange symbol of resurgent Russian patriotism that was adopted by separatists in Ukraine, hangs from every second car’s rear-view mirror. …read more Source:...

    Foreign Ministry selecting areas for budget cuts
    Mar03

    Foreign Ministry selecting areas for budget cuts

    The Foreign Ministry has selected 25 areas within the development assistance framework that will be affected by the billion kroner budget cuts announced by the Danish government last year. According to an internal document obtained by Politiken, the ministry will, for instance, down-prioritise its involvement in global disarmament initiatives,...

    Belarus praised for aiding refugees
    Mar03

    Belarus praised for aiding refugees

    Today’s meeting with resettlers from the south-east of Ukraine showed that the majority of them do not have any particular serious problems in Belarus, said Jean-Yves Bouchardy, Representative of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in the Republic of Belarus. …read more Source:...

    Russia subjecting Ukrainian pilot to show trial, lawyer says
    Mar03

    Russia subjecting Ukrainian pilot to show trial, lawyer says

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – A defense lawyer for Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko, on trial in Russia on charges of complicity in the killing of two Russian journalists, said on Thursday her case was trumped up and she was being subjected to a show trial. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria Marks 138th Anniversary of Liberation from Ottoman Rule
    Mar03

    Bulgaria Marks 138th Anniversary of Liberation from Ottoman Rule

    Bulgaria marks on March 3 its National Holiday, the anniversary of its liberation from Ottoman rule. 138 years ago, in a tiny town near Istanbul named San Stefano, a peace treaty was signed bringing Bulgaria back to the political map. The treaty was a result of the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878, known in Bulgaria as the Liberation War. Russia...

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