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    UN rights body: Over 9,000 people killed in 21 months of Ukraine fighting, but casualties fall
    Dec09
    Kerry says to go to Moscow next week for Syria, Ukraine talks
    Dec09

    Kerry says to go to Moscow next week for Syria, Ukraine talks

    PARIS (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Wednesday he would travel to Moscow next week for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Ukraine and a political settlement in Syria. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainians to travel visa-free in the EU by 2016
    Dec09

    Ukrainians to travel visa-free in the EU by 2016

    Ukrainian and Georgian citizens will soon be able to travel freely within the EU without needing a visa, Die Welt reports. Visa-free access to the EU is a key goal of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko’s government and EU support for the measure would be welcomed in Kiev as tensions between Russia and Ukraine escalate. The Commission is...

    Men, arms, still pour into east Ukraine from Russia: U.N.
    Dec09

    Men, arms, still pour into east Ukraine from Russia: U.N.

    GENEVA (Reuters) – Arms and fighters are still pouring into rebel-held areas of eastern Ukraine from Russia, a United Nations report said on Wednesday, as it announced the death toll from 20 months of fighting was now approaching 9,100. …read more Source:...

    Kerry says he plans to visit Russia with in the week to talk Syria and Ukraine
    Dec09

    Kerry says he plans to visit Russia with in the week to talk Syria and Ukraine

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    Italy may be sanctioned for migrant ID failure
    Dec09

    Italy may be sanctioned for migrant ID failure

    Italy may face EU sanctions for failing to identify and register thousands of migrants who have arrived on its shores in recent months. …read more Source: The Local...

    Dovish ECB does not deliver what was expected
    Dec09

    Dovish ECB does not deliver what was expected

    When a country joins a monetary union, it gives up its monetary policy stance that is tailored to its needs, i.e. the level of interest rates and money supply that is appropriate for its economy. The resulting common policy is a one-size-fits-all policy. Booming regions, with high inflation, have the lowest interest rate in the monetary union,...

    Ukraine restores part of electricity supply to Crimea
    Dec09

    Ukraine restores part of electricity supply to Crimea

    Authorities of the Kherson Oblast in Ukraine have announced that on December 8 part of electricity supply to Russia-annexed Crimea has been restored. Power lines to the peninsular were damaged on November 22. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    [Investigation] Donbass: a region nobody wants?
    Dec09

    [Investigation] Donbass: a region nobody wants?

    The Donbass region in east Ukraine is on the road to becoming a de jure Ukrainian province, but a de facto Russian-backed mafia state. …read more Source:...

    Political working group on Ukraine in closed-door talks in Minsk
    Dec09

    Political working group on Ukraine in closed-door talks in Minsk

    The trilateral contact group held its meeting on 8 December. It was preceded by the talks in the working groups on security, economic, humanitarian and political affairs. …read more Source:...

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