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    Spy mania 2.0: the rise in ‘crimes against the state’ in Russia
    Feb24

    Spy mania 2.0: the rise in ‘crimes against the state’ in Russia

    Growing number accused of high treason suggests return to the suspicion of the 1990s. Meduza reportsIn the years preceding the war in eastern Ukraine, just a handful of people had been charged and jailed for high treason in Russia. But with more than 20 cases of “crimes against the state” pursued in the last year alone, it seems spy mania has...

    Report: Russia leaders sent missile that struck MH17 to Ukraine
    Feb24

    Report: Russia leaders sent missile that struck MH17 to Ukraine

    The head of the Russian army and President Vladimir Putin made the decision to send the BUK missile system that shot down flight MH17 to the front in Ukraine. They are therefore responsible for the MH17 disaster, according to international research collective Bellingcat in a report they published on Wednesday The post Report: Russia leaders sent...

    Goodbye, Lenin! – Ukrainian style
    Feb24

    Goodbye, Lenin! – Ukrainian style

    History in Ukraine is changing faster than it has in decades. Now hundreds of cities and streets recalling the Communist era are being renamed. But finding new names is not always easy. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Good-bye, Lenin! – Ukrainian style
    Feb23

    Good-bye, Lenin! – Ukrainian style

    History in Ukraine is changing faster than it has in decades. Now hundreds of cities and streets recalling the Communist era are being renamed. But finding new names is not always easy. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    U.S. sanctions on Russia don’t affect use of Russian rocket engines: Pentagon
    Feb23

    U.S. sanctions on Russia don’t affect use of Russian rocket engines: Pentagon

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Pentagon’s chief arms buyer on Tuesday said U.S. sanctions against Russia did not affect the use of Russian RD-180 engines used to power the Atlas 5 rockets that carry U.S. military and intelligence satellites into space. …read more Source:...

    Germany and France demand more reforms from Kyiv ahead of key talks
    Feb23

    Germany and France demand more reforms from Kyiv ahead of key talks

    The foreign ministers of France and Germany are in Ukraine to urge Kyiv to continue on its reformist path. German, French foreign ministers… …read more Source:...

    Italy hopes for intensification of Belarus-EU dialogue
    Feb23

    Italy hopes for intensification of Belarus-EU dialogue

    “We welcomed the removal of the EU sanctions. Moreover, we believe that we contributed to this. I am confident that Belarus and Italy, as well as Belarus and the European Union, will be intensifying their cooperation in both economy and politics,” Benedetto Della Vedova said. …read more Source:...

    German, French foreign ministers anxious about Ukraine
    Feb23

    German, French foreign ministers anxious about Ukraine

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    Europe should stay away from populism and nationalism: Prime Minister Boyko Borissov
    Feb23

    Europe should stay away from populism and nationalism: Prime Minister Boyko Borissov

    “Crises in Europe in the recent years have clearly suggested the need of systemic parties which do not succumb to either populist or nationalist ideas. We should be careful with our selfish motivation”. Prime Minister Boyko Borissov made this statement one day after the nail-biting European Union summit focused on two fateful issues for the...

    Germany says reform efforts in Ukraine must not flag now
    Feb23

    Germany says reform efforts in Ukraine must not flag now

    KIEV (Reuters) – German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Tuesday that reform efforts in Ukraine must not now flag and come to a standstill halfway through. …read more Source:...

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