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    Ukraine: death toll after clashes rises to three
    Sep01

    Ukraine: death toll after clashes rises to three

    *The Ukrainian President has visited those injured in Monday’s violent clashes in Kiev.* The authorities now say three police officers were killed.… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: back to school in Donetsk
    Sep01

    Ukraine: back to school in Donetsk

    *The first day of the new term for schoolchildren in the separatist-held region of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine is full of hope for the future.* A… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine and rebels show positive signs as truce holds for 24 hours
    Sep01

    Ukraine and rebels show positive signs as truce holds for 24 hours

    The long-violated Minsk agreement between Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists appears to be holding as the new school year begins. Ukraine’s capital was yesterday hit by deadly riots over a “decentralization” bill. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Meeting of Ukraine working group on political affairs over
    Sep01

    Meeting of Ukraine working group on political affairs over

    The Ukraine tripartite contact group will gather in Minsk for another meeting on 8 September. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s far-right menace
    Sep01

    Ukraine’s far-right menace

    On Monday, an eerily familiar scene in the streets of Kiev heralded a dangerous new phase in the Ukraine crisis. Once again, riot police faced angry demonstrators who claimed that the government was betraying their country; once again, blood spilled on the pavement, resulting in at least one death and over 100 injuries. This time, however, the...

    Ukraine assists Poland with power supplies
    Sep01

    Ukraine assists Poland with power supplies

    As an emergency assistance to Poland facing a difficult situation with power supplies due to an abnormally hot weather, on September 1, Ukraine started electricity export to the neighboring country. …read more Source:...

    Lyashko faction quits coalition
    Sep01

    Lyashko faction quits coalition

    The faction of the Radical Party has left the parliamentary coalition, the party leader Oleh Lyashko has told the reporters. …read more Source:...

    In pictures: September 1 in schools in Latvia and abroad
    Sep01

    In pictures: September 1 in schools in Latvia and abroad

    BNN offers you an insight into photo impressions from schools Latvia and abroad from Kyiv to New York. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    ‘Jiang Zeman’
    Sep01

    ‘Jiang Zeman’

    PRAGUE — Twenty-seven of the EU’s 28 countries are boycotting China’s commemoration of the end of World War II. Meet the exception: the Czech Republic’s Miloš Zeman. The Czech president will be in Beijing later this week, thumbing his nose — not for the first time — at the attempts of the rest of the European Union to forge a...

    Rinkevics compares Baltic and Crimean occupations
    Sep01

    Rinkevics compares Baltic and Crimean occupations

    Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics said Tuesday that events in Ukraine were a “litmus test” of relations between the European Union and the Russian Federation, suggesting that the current worsening situation on the ground could lead to harsher sanctions. …read more Source:...

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