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    Belarus third at Aeon Cup 2015 in Japan
    Oct06

    Belarus third at Aeon Cup 2015 in Japan

    The Belarusian athletes collected a total of 200,862 points as part of the Dinamo team. Second were Ukraine’s Ganna Rizatdinova, Viktoria Mazur, Olena Dyachenko, representing the Irina Deryugina School, with 201,146 points. …read more Source:...

    Energy Visions monthly newsletter – October 2015
    Oct06

    Energy Visions monthly newsletter – October 2015

    Welcome to the Energy Visions October newsletter, where we’ll be reviewing the biggest European energy developments of the past month, as well as some of the smaller news items you may have missed. Join the debate at www.politico.eu/energy-visions. To listen to the Energy Visions monthly podcast, click here. The October topic of the month...

    Pro-Russia rebels in Ukraine postpone elections
    Oct06

    Pro-Russia rebels in Ukraine postpone elections

    Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine today postponed local elections that the government had said were illegitimate and which, if they went ahead, could have derailed Ukraine’s fragile peace process. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine postpone disputed elections
    Oct06

    Pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine postpone disputed elections

    Ukraine’s pro-Russian insurgents in the separatist provinces of Lugansk and Donetsk said in a joint statement Tuesday that they were pushing back the elections in the east to next year in line with Western demands. …read more Source: France...

    Pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine postpone disputed elections
    Oct06

    Pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine postpone disputed elections

    KIEV (Reuters) – Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine said on Tuesday they had decided to postpone disputed local elections until next February instead of holding them this year as initially planned, separatist news agency DAN quoted the rebels’ envoys as saying. …read more Source:...

    Humans ‘worse for nature than world’s worst nuclear accident’
    Oct06

    Humans ‘worse for nature than world’s worst nuclear accident’

    Credits Mike Wood/Twitter Alt Text Wild boar Wildlife in Chernobyl exclusion zone is flourishing – due to the enforced absence of human habitation One-Minute Read Tuesday, October 6, 2015 – 12:55pm …read more Source: The...

    U.S.-Russia agreement on Syria might help on Ukraine: Finnish leader
    Oct05

    U.S.-Russia agreement on Syria might help on Ukraine: Finnish leader

    HELSINKI (Reuters) – If Russia and the United States were able to agree on ways of solving the Syrian crisis, this might help towards the two powers finding common ground on Ukraine, Finnish President Sauli Niinisto said on Monday. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine starts pull-back of tanks in east after ceasefire
    Oct05

    Ukraine starts pull-back of tanks in east after ceasefire

    President Petro Poroshenko has stressed Ukraine must regain control of its eastern border with Russia despite an apparent agreement to push back the implementation of a February peace deal into next year …read more Source: The...

    Rival Ukraine forces confirm pullback
    Oct05

    Rival Ukraine forces confirm pullback

    Officials confirm that Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian rebels are withdrawing tanks and other weapons from the line of contact. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Luxembourg PM meets Russian leaders
    Oct05

    [Ticker] Luxembourg PM meets Russian leaders

    Luxembourg PM Xavier Bettel will, on Monday, in Sochi, Russia, meet Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev to discuss EU-Russia sanctions, the Tass news agency reports. He will meet Russian president Vladimir Putin on Tuesday. Luxembourg currently chairs the EU presidency. EU economic sanctions on Russia are due to expire in January. …read more Source:...

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