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    Ukraine: Dutch never asked for MH17 radar images
    Feb03

    Ukraine: Dutch never asked for MH17 radar images

    The Ukrainian government never received a request from the Dutch Safety Board for radar images of the MH17 aircraft disaster, the then First Deputy Minister of Transport Vladimir Shulmeister said in an interview with Dutch newspaper AD. The post Ukraine: Dutch never asked for MH17 radar images appeared first on NL Times. …read more Source:...

    The missing: what have they done with our sons? | Lily Hyde
    Feb03

    The missing: what have they done with our sons? | Lily Hyde

    To lose a child in war is a nightmare. But when your quest to find them is met with lies, it’s a nightmare that never ends. Lily Hyde travels with the Ukrainian mothers seeking their sonsIn the early evening of 28 August 2014, Andrey Lozinsky phoned his mother.Andrey, a 21-year-old conscript in the Ukrainian army’s 93rd Mechanised...

    Pascal Lamy, unfashionable integrationist
    Feb03

    Pascal Lamy, unfashionable integrationist

    Pascal Lamy, long considered among the elite of EU elites and a key figure behind some of Europe’s biggest political triumphs, may soon become a dissident: He’s part of that dwindling group of people who believe the Union should move ever closer together. “I am among those who think that the Union is not going to pieces,” says Lamy....

    Russia puts five former US officials on blacklist for alleged rights abuses
    Feb02

    Russia puts five former US officials on blacklist for alleged rights abuses

    Moscow accused the US of ‘medieval torture’ in statement barring five Americans from entry as retaliation for US blacklisting of four Russians and a UkrainianRussia has placed five Americans on a blacklist for alleged rights abuses, shortly after Washington added five persons to its sanctions list, accusing the United States of “medieval...

    Bulgaria Police Arrest Alleged Mastermind of Attack on Ex-Security Agent
    Feb02

    Bulgaria Police Arrest Alleged Mastermind of Attack on Ex-Security Agent

    A Ukrainian citizen has been detained in Bulgaria who the prosecution believes to have masterminded the attack against former security agent Alexei Petrov, the Bulgarian National Television has said.More to follow. …read more Source:...

    Cutting-edge MRI scanner installed in Grodno thanks to transboundary cooperation project
    Feb02

    Cutting-edge MRI scanner installed in Grodno thanks to transboundary cooperation project

    The medical equipment worth €1.3 million has been bought thanks to the hospital’s participation in the transboundary program Poland-Belarus-Ukraine. The equipment has been installed by German specialists. Medics started examining the first few patients on 2 February. …read more Source:...

    FRANCE – RUSSIA -UKRAINE: Ukraine asks French TV channel not to show documentary on far-right militias
    Feb02

    FRANCE – RUSSIA -UKRAINE: Ukraine asks French TV channel not to show documentary on far-right militias

    0 A French documentary on the influence of far-right militias in the Ukraine conflict has caused a storm with the Ukrainian embassy in France asking TV channel Canal+ not to broadcast it. The programme The Masks of the Revolution gave a …read more Source: Radio France...

    Ukraine: Local authorities shoot an businessman grenade launcher
    Feb02

    Ukraine: Local authorities shoot an businessman grenade launcher

    Today Ukraine is terrible to live not only in the East. A grenade launcher was fired in a peaceful village near Kyiv The post Ukraine: Local authorities shoot an businessman grenade launcher appeared first on The Baltic Review. …read more Source: Baltic...

    Ukraine’s challenge for 2016 is corruption, not conflict
    Feb02

    Ukraine’s challenge for 2016 is corruption, not conflict

    This year is expected to become a crucial deadline for post-Maidan Ukraine. Twenty four months after the fall of Viktor Yanukovich the country must… …read more Source:...

    Viktor Liventsev Memorial Tournament to gather boxers from 17 countries
    Feb02

    Viktor Liventsev Memorial Tournament to gather boxers from 17 countries

    Partaking in the competitions will be over 100 boxers from 17 countries: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Greece, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Nigeria, Russia, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Uzbekistan, Ukraine and Ecuador. …read more Source:...

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