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    Traumatised Ukraine soldiers struggle to adapt to civilian life
    Dec28

    Traumatised Ukraine soldiers struggle to adapt to civilian life

    Back from conflict in Ukraine, ex-soldiers struggle to cope …read more Source:...

    International observers come under fire in eastern Ukraine; no injuries reported
    Dec27

    International observers come under fire in eastern Ukraine; no injuries reported

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    Bread basket case: Putin lets Russians eat cake
    Dec27

    Bread basket case: Putin lets Russians eat cake

    ‘Merry Christmas and a happy new set of sanctions to you’ is Russia’s message to Ukraine from January 1. Fiona Clark wonders what will be left to eat in Moscow come the New Year. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    VIDEO: Tour of a Ukrainian missile silo
    Dec27

    VIDEO: Tour of a Ukrainian missile silo

    The silos that housed Soviet ‘Satan’ missiles serve as both tourist attraction and a reminder of Ukraine’s nuclear past. …read more Source:...

    Expelled Leader of DPS: a Turkish Fifth Column or a Lonely Dissident?
    Dec26

    Expelled Leader of DPS: a Turkish Fifth Column or a Lonely Dissident?

    Bulgarian journalists hoping for a rest around Christmas were disappointed after a “breaking” event shook the political landscape, even if the quake is only on the surface. Lyutvi Mestan, who headed the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS), was both removed as leader and expelled from his party after the honorary chair and co-founder, Ahmed...

    Visa-free travel for eastern Europe, but with a lot of question marks
    Dec26

    Visa-free travel for eastern Europe, but with a lot of question marks

    The EU Commission has recommended visa-free travel for the citizens of Georgia and Ukraine. But the abolition of visa requirements does not mean immediate unlimited travel. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    On the trail of Europe’s last ‘lost city’
    Dec26

    On the trail of Europe’s last ‘lost city’

    ASTRAKHAN, Russia — One recent cold December morning, I find myself aboard a wooden raft, pulled across the Volga by a small fishing vessel. I’m here to look for the remnants of a powerful, mostly forgotten medieval empire few have heard about. Once a mythical capital of enormous wealth, it once stood at the crossroads of the ancient Silk...

    Russia’s dissident poets society
    Dec26

    Russia’s dissident poets society

    OZOLNIEKI, Latvia — Russian culture is often defined by nationalist rants on state television, the Orthodox Church’s cozy ties with politicians and soldiers marching on Red Square. There are also iconoclasts, atheists, dissidents and gay poets with wild hair and pink trousers — but many are fleeing to Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania to...

    Ukraine adopts budget to preserve bailout
    Dec25

    Ukraine adopts budget to preserve bailout

    Breakthrough eases fears over $40bn international lifeline …read more Source: Financial...

    Ukraine approves 2016 budget, clearing way for delayed IMF loan
    Dec25

    Ukraine approves 2016 budget, clearing way for delayed IMF loan

    Ukraine has approved an annual budget that includes a deficit specified by the International Monetary Fund. The organization said it was necessary the country met its stipulations before it provided more financial aid. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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