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    Serbia FM says OSCE meeting failed to agree on Ukraine, migrant crisis
    Dec05

    Serbia FM says OSCE meeting failed to agree on Ukraine, migrant crisis

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    Russian Sanctions Will Not Bring Turkey to Its Knees – Turkish Ambassador to Bulgaria
    Dec05

    Russian Sanctions Will Not Bring Turkey to Its Knees – Turkish Ambassador to Bulgaria

    According to Turkish ambassador to Bulgaria His Excellency Suleyman Gokce, the sanctions imposed by Moscow in response to the downing of the Russian Su-24 bomber by two Turkish F-16 fighter jets on the Turkish-Syrian border on November 24, will not bring Ankara to its knees. Gokce noted that Turkey is a great country, being the sixteenth largest...

    Rare white Bengal tiger cub dies of cold amid Crimea blackout
    Dec05

    Rare white Bengal tiger cub dies of cold amid Crimea blackout

    A six-week-old rare white Bengal tiger cub has died amid a two-week power blackout across the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea. Keepers at the… …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian oligarchs clash in court over £2bn business deal amid claims of murder and bribery
    Dec04

    Ukrainian oligarchs clash in court over £2bn business deal amid claims of murder and bribery

    A businessman is bringing a £2 billion dispute against two other oligarchs over the 2004 purchase of a mining company in the Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

    Georgia strips former-president Saakashvili of citizenship in wake of Ukrainian role
    Dec04

    Georgia strips former-president Saakashvili of citizenship in wake of Ukrainian role

    Georgia has stripped former president Mikheil Saakashvili of his citizenship, more than six months after Kiev appointed him governor of Odessa in Ukraine. He has become one of Moscow’s arch enemies. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Bengal tiger cub dies of cold at Crimea zoo hit by power cuts
    Dec04

    Bengal tiger cub dies of cold at Crimea zoo hit by power cuts

    Yalta zoo’s director criticised for not buying generators to keep rare cub alive as fears mount for welfare of other animals in two-week blackoutA rare white Bengal tiger cub has died at a zoo in Crimea due to the cold caused by a two-week power blackout.Oleg Zubkov, director of the zoo in the Black Sea resort of Yalta, told news agencies...

    Russian-supported Ukrainian separatist stripped of Lithuanian residence permit  – The Baltic Times
    Dec04

    Russian-supported Ukrainian separatist stripped of Lithuanian residence permit – The Baltic Times

    Ukrainian citizen Eduard Akopov who fought as a Russian-supported separatist in Ukraine has been stripped of his temporary residence permit in L…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Cold in blacked-out Crimea kills rare Bengal tiger cub; zoo struggles to warm other animals
    Dec04
    Belavia to increase daily flights to Kiev as from 22 December
    Dec04

    Belavia to increase daily flights to Kiev as from 22 December

    The flight will depart from Minsk at 13h30 and from Kiev at 14h20 local time. The journey time is one hour. …read more Source:...

    FM has bilateral meetings on sidelines of OSCE event
    Dec04

    FM has bilateral meetings on sidelines of OSCE event

    Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic had a number of bilateral meetings on Thursday on the sidelines of the 22nd Ministerial Council of the OSCE.He spoke with foreign ministers of Canada, Sweden and Ukraine, as well as with the Deputy Minister Foreign Minister of Afghanistan, the government said on its website. …read more Source:...

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