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    A Killed DPR’s Commander Turns to Be a Mahilyeu Dweller
    Jan12

    A Killed DPR’s Commander Turns to Be a Mahilyeu Dweller

    A “lieutenant colonel of DPR” Jauhen Kanonau was unlikely shot by a sniper, but died in the result of internal conflicts between terrorists. …read more Source:...

    Planes leave Minsk Airport in time, flights from Kaliningrad, Kiev delayed
    Jan12

    Planes leave Minsk Airport in time, flights from Kaliningrad, Kiev delayed

    “Flights from Kaliningrad and Kiev (Borispol Airport) have been delayed perhaps due to weather conditions in the airports of those cities. Minsk National Airport is ready to receive aircraft,” said Alexander Karablikov. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Russia gas exports to EU on the rise
    Jan12

    [Ticker] Russia gas exports to EU on the rise

    Natural gas from Russia increased by some 8% last year despite on-going tensions over Ukraine and EU-imposed sanctions, reports Radio Free Europe . Germany saw a 17.1% spike, amounting to 45.3 billion cubic meters, an historic high. Gas to France increased by 36.8%, Italy 12.6%, and UK 10.2%. …read more Source:...

    Sydney travel firm offering Crimea tour accused of ‘selling out’ to MH17 accused
    Jan12

    Sydney travel firm offering Crimea tour accused of ‘selling out’ to MH17 accused

    Sydney-based Gateway Travel defends plans to take tourists on excursions around Crimea, saying ‘tough luck if the Ukrainian government doesn’t like it’An Australian travel company has been accused of “selling out” to those blamed for the shooting down of flight MH17 after announcing plans to organise tours of Crimea, which was annexed...

    Sydney travel firm offering Crimea tour accused of ‘selling out’ to MH17 accused
    Jan12

    Sydney travel firm offering Crimea tour accused of ‘selling out’ to MH17 accused

    Sydney-based Gateway Travel defends plans to take tourists on excursions around Crimea, saying ‘tough luck if the Ukrainian government doesn’t like it’An Australian travel company has been accused of “selling out” to those blamed for the shooting down of flight MH17 after announcing plans to organise tours of Crimea, which was annexed...

    EU can still block Hungary’s veto on Polish sanctions
    Jan11

    EU can still block Hungary’s veto on Polish sanctions

    The Law and Justice government in Poland stormed into office with rash plans to disable the Constitutional Court, muzzle the media, fire a wide swath of civil servants, politicize independent institutions and seize partisan control of the military. This has set off alarm bells in Brussels, where the European Commission has listed the Polish...

    Mail-order brides: old practice still seen as new chance for a better life – for some
    Jan11

    Mail-order brides: old practice still seen as new chance for a better life – for some

    An industry that dates back to 1614 in the US, mail-order marriages continue to be popular for women living in bleak conditions abroad, and US blue-collar men Vitalina Wilson had never planned to marry a foreign man whose language she did not speak. Nor did she plan to move 6,000 miles away from her family to a country she knew nothing about. She...

    Dutch MPs angered by Juncker’s Ukraine referendum push; Wilders: “Intimidation
    Jan11

    Dutch MPs angered by Juncker’s Ukraine referendum push; Wilders: “Intimidation

    European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker warns that a definite “no vote” in the Netherlands’ referendum about the association agreement with Ukraine in April will lead to a major crisis. PVV leader Geert Wilders calls this warning “intimidation”. D66 leader Alexander Pechtold sees it as a threat. The post...

    Ukrnafta Files Lawsuit Against Russia in Permanent Court of Arbitration
    Jan11

    Ukrnafta Files Lawsuit Against Russia in Permanent Court of Arbitration

    Ukrainian oil company Ukrnafta PJSC has filed a lawsuit against Russia in the Permanent Court of Arbitration situated in The Hague, the Netherlands. …read more Source:...

    Successful Foreign Policy, EEU Decline, Cross-Border Projects – State Press Digest
    Jan11

    Successful Foreign Policy, EEU Decline, Cross-Border Projects – State Press Digest

    Poland-Belarus-Ukraine cross-border cooperation area According to Belarusian state-controlled press, 2015 was a successful year for Belarusian foreign policy, as the country strengthened its position in international affairs and relations with key western actors. The national budget for 2016 reflects the impact of the ongoing economic crisis and...

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