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    Chelsea 2-1 Dynamo Kiev
    Nov05

    Chelsea 2-1 Dynamo Kiev

    Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea side snatch a much-needed win against Dynamo Kiev to boost their Champions League hopes. …read more Source:...

    Odessa fire inquiry ‘not independent’
    Nov04

    Odessa fire inquiry ‘not independent’

    The Council of Europe has criticised Ukraine’s authorities for their probe into a fire in Odessa last year that left more than 40 people dead. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Tusk: Trade-off with Russia would be ‘immoral’
    Nov04

    [Ticker] Tusk: Trade-off with Russia would be ‘immoral’

    A “trade-off between Russian actions in Syria and in Ukraine … would not only be immoral but, what is even worse, ineffective,” EU Council president Tusk said Wednesday, referring to EU talks on renewing Russia sanctions. Russia has called for Western cooperation in Syria, while the Ukraine conflict simmers on. …read more...

    Pentagon’s top Russia expert says her calls for tougher policy were overrruled
    Nov04

    Pentagon’s top Russia expert says her calls for tougher policy were overrruled

    The Pentagon’s former top Russia policy expert, who stepped down last week, says she worked behind the scenes to get the Obama administration to take a harder line with Moscow over its forays into Ukraine and Syria but was overruled — and remains concerned that Russian President Vladimir Putin will test the U.S. and its allies in other...

    An escalator deep under Kyiv has the power to change the rider’s existence
    Nov04

    An escalator deep under Kyiv has the power to change the rider’s existence

    There should be some way of apprehending the wondrousness of even our most banal transports. The alternative is everyday murderousness. Here’s how Louis-Ferdinand Céline characterises travel in his trippy 1932 novel, Journey to the End of the Night: “An infinity opens up just for you – a laughable little infinity; and you fall into it.”...

    Ukraine’s most popular politician
    Nov04

    Ukraine’s most popular politician

    ODESSA — Former Georgian President and current Odessa Governor Mikhail Saakashvili said he would be prepared to take on the premiership of Ukraine in order to turn the country into a bulwark against Kremlin expansionism in Europe. “I would like to take part in big changes and reforms, and in whatever capacity I can do it — I can do it,” he told...

    Ukraine says could suspend arms withdrawals from east after rebel attacks
    Nov04

    Ukraine says could suspend arms withdrawals from east after rebel attacks

    KIEV (Reuters) – The Ukrainian government will stop withdrawing light weapons from the frontline of its war against separatists in the east if the pro-Russian rebels continue to violate a ceasefire, a senior security official said on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Russia does not respect Ukraine peace process, sanctions review to reflect that: EU’s Tusk
    Nov04

    Russia does not respect Ukraine peace process, sanctions review to reflect that: EU’s Tusk

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Russia is not fully abiding by the terms of the Minsk peace agreement for Ukraine and this will be taken into account by the European Union when it reviews its Russia sanctions before the end of the year, the chairman of EU leaders said on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov Proceeds to 1/8 Finals in Paris After Defeating Cilic
    Nov04

    Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov Proceeds to 1/8 Finals in Paris After Defeating Cilic

    The best Bulgarian male tennis player Grigor Dimitrov proceeded to the 1/8 finals of the BNP Paribas Masters, which is taking place in Paris between November 2 and 8. Dimitrov defeated Marin Cilic from Croatia with 7:6 (3), 7:6 (2) in a match from the second round of the tournament, which was played on Wednesday. The Bulgarian did not record any...

    INTERNATIONAL REPORT: Ukraine series, part 1
    Nov04

    INTERNATIONAL REPORT: Ukraine series, part 1

    A building destroyed during the war in Donbass, Lysychansk. Ліонкінг/CC/Wikimedia Commons The cease-fire in eastern Ukraine has been holding for the past two months however the conflict remains unresolved and continues to affect millions of people who are in dire need …read more Source: Radio France...

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