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    Ukraine political working group to resume talks in Minsk 20 January
    Jan19

    Ukraine political working group to resume talks in Minsk 20 January

    “The working group on political affairs on East Ukraine settlement will resume talks in Minsk in the morning of 20 January,” the Minsitry of Foreign Affairs said. …read more Source:...

    Russia uses the refugee crisis for propaganda
    Jan19

    Russia uses the refugee crisis for propaganda

    Russian television is reporting that a young girl of Russian-German descent was raped by immigrants in Berlin. The police have denied the claim. The story is reminiscent of propaganda used during the Ukraine conflict. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Row over Ukraine city’s new name
    Jan19

    Row over Ukraine city’s new name

    Ukrainian campaigners are at loggerheads over the renaming of Kirovohrad. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Plans Cyber Security Review After ‘Russian’ Attack on Key Airport
    Jan19

    Ukraine Plans Cyber Security Review After ‘Russian’ Attack on Key Airport

    Boryspil airport in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv was the target of a hacker attack officials claim originated in Russia. Image from Wikimedia Commons. Officials in Ukraine are set to reconsider the state’s cyber security and defense systems, including those at airports and railway stations, after a recent malware attack on Kiev’s main...

    Ukraine Trebles Price for Transiting Russian Gas to Europe
    Jan19

    Ukraine Trebles Price for Transiting Russian Gas to Europe

    Ukraine has more than trebled the price for transiting Russian natural gas to Europe via its territory since the start of 2016, according to Ukrainian media outlet energy.apostrophe.com.ua. The change means that Russia’s Gazprom now must pay Ukraine USD 7.9 to carry 1,000 cubic meters of gas along a distance of 100 km of Ukrainian...

    Russian Blogger Shipilov Granted Political Asylum in Ukraine
    Jan19

    Russian Blogger Shipilov Granted Political Asylum in Ukraine

    Dmitry Shipilov in Kyiv, Ukraine in August 2015. Image from Facebook. Dmitry Shipilov, a Russian journalist and blogger who was previously charged with insulting the governor of Siberia’s Kemerovo region in posts on his blog, has been granted political asylum in Ukraine. Shipilov, who first applied for Ukrainian asylum in February 2015,...

    Alexander Nevzorov: Ukraine Was Keen on Resistance and Brilliant Victories
    Jan19

    Alexander Nevzorov: Ukraine Was Keen on Resistance and Brilliant Victories

    Russian publicist Alexander Nevzorov explained why the Russians and the Ukrainians are not fraternal nations, and why it is impossible to build the “Russian world.” …read more Source:...

    UK intelligence agency most gay-friendly employer, survey shows
    Jan19

    UK intelligence agency most gay-friendly employer, survey shows

    MI5, the U.K.’s security service, has been named Britain’s most gay-friendly employer by Stonewall, an organization that promotes lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights. The group’s workplace equality index published Tuesday puts MI5 at number-one on a list of the top 100 employers in terms of workplace equality for LGBTI...

    Report: Putin could discuss economic alliance with Orbán
    Jan19

    Report: Putin could discuss economic alliance with Orbán

    Russia’s President Vladimir Putin probably invited Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to Moscow in February because he is seeking allies to oppose EU sanctions against Russia, Hungarian online daily nol.hu reported today. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    Gazprom Demands $2.5 Bln from Ukraine for Unused Gas
    Jan19

    Gazprom Demands $2.5 Bln from Ukraine for Unused Gas

    Today PJSC Gazprom has sent a bill to NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine requesting payments. …read more Source:...

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