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    MH17 crash: Dutch investigators to assess new study implicating Russian soldiers
    Jan04

    MH17 crash: Dutch investigators to assess new study implicating Russian soldiers

    British group Bellingcat claim to have identified Russian soldiers implicated in the crash of flight MH17, shot down over eastern Ukraine in July 2014Dutch prosecutors have said they will “seriously study” claims by citizen journalists to have identified Russian soldiers implicated in the crash of flight MH17, shot down over eastern Ukraine in...

    Ukraine bans Russian foods as trade war escalates
    Jan03

    Ukraine bans Russian foods as trade war escalates

    Tit-for-tat move follows a Russian embargo on Ukrainian food in response to Kiev’s free-trade pact with the European Union …read more Source: The...

    In Wartime: Stories From Ukraine by Tim Judah review – humane and haunting
    Jan03

    In Wartime: Stories From Ukraine by Tim Judah review – humane and haunting

    Sensitive interviews with civilians, poets and political scientists shed new light on a bitter conflictWhile military matters in Syria have been distracting politicians and pundits alike, Tim Judah’s grim, timely salvo from Ukraine is a reminder that not every war has to revolve around the Middle East. Interviewing a wide range of people...

    The pictures that marked the strongest “players” of 2015
    Jan03

    The pictures that marked the strongest “players” of 2015

    Some images that political leaders would like to forget, since they are shown in awkward moments. Angela Merkel’s selfie with refugees, Obama’s ice cream and FEMEN protester’s attack to Draghi are among the pictures of 2015. 1. The thong that attacked Draghi On April 22, 2015 a 22-year-old FEMEN protester caused panic attacking...

    Best of the NS in 2015: World
    Jan03

    Best of the NS in 2015: World

    Our best pieces from the past year. In this selection, our favourite writing about world affairs. Russia vs the west: the consequences of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine By Elizabeth Pond Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has destroyed the peace in Europe for a generation. What the west can learn from Japan’s “lost decades” By Roland...

    Ukraine bans import of Russian food
    Jan03

    Ukraine bans import of Russian food

    Ukraine announced it would introduce a number of bans on food imports from Russia. The move is seen as a response to Russia’s ban on food products from Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister and the UN Secretary-General discussed the possibility of a peacekeeping mission in the country’s eastern region
    Jan02

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister and the UN Secretary-General discussed the possibility of a peacekeeping mission in the country’s eastern region

    On February 20, at UN Headquarters in New York, the UN Secretary-General spoke by telephone with Pavlo Klimkin, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine According to remarks made by Ban Ki-moon, he “commended the leadership displayed by President Poroshenko in efforts to find a peaceful resolution to the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine.” At the same...

    Ukrainians march in honour of controversial nationalist hero Stepan Bandera
    Jan02

    Ukrainians march in honour of controversial nationalist hero Stepan Bandera

    More than a thousand people have joined a march in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, to mark the 107th anniversary of the birth of nationalist Stepan… …read more Source:...

    Soyuz natural gas pipeline explodes near Hungarian border
    Jan02

    Soyuz natural gas pipeline explodes near Hungarian border

    Richard FieldSoyuz natural gas pipeline explodes near Hungarian border The main pipeline supplying natural gas to Hungary and Croatia from Russia to via Belarus and Ukraine reportedly exploded at around noon on Friday just northeast of Hungary near the western Ukrainian town of Huszti. The explosion could reportedly be seen from several...

    Crimea faces months without power rather than be defined as part of Ukraine
    Jan01

    Crimea faces months without power rather than be defined as part of Ukraine

    Vladimir Putin asked Crimeans to choose between months of blackouts and signing an electricity contract that says the region is still part of Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

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