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    Russian officials ‘burn 50 ducklings smuggled across Ukraine border’
    Aug18

    Russian officials ‘burn 50 ducklings smuggled across Ukraine border’

    RUSSIAN officials have reportedly burned 50 ducklings which had been smuggled from Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Vladimir Putin  visits  Crimea as violent  clashes  intensify
    Aug18

    Vladimir Putin visits Crimea as violent clashes intensify

    Moscow says clashes in eastern Ukraine resemble ‘preparations for more military action’ …read more Source: The Irish...

    VIDEO: Eastern Ukraine violence mounting
    Aug18

    VIDEO: Eastern Ukraine violence mounting

    Nine people have died in a surge in fighting in eastern Ukraine between government forces and Russian-supported rebels. …read more Source:...

    The Bold and the Uniformed: How New Ukrainian Police Are Taking Over Social Media
    Aug17

    The Bold and the Uniformed: How New Ukrainian Police Are Taking Over Social Media

    Relatives and friends came to Sofievskaya square to greet the new patrol police officers taking the oath of allegiance. Photo by Stanislav Yandulsky from Demotix. The new Ukrainian authorities are fighting corruption in the country’s police service by hiring new young police officers. The Ukrainian capital Kyiv is the first city to run the...

    After Iran, U.S. presses for solution to Syrian civil war
    Aug17

    After Iran, U.S. presses for solution to Syrian civil war

    Three months ago, Secretary of State John Kerry flew to the Black Sea resort town of Sochi for an unexpected meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. A central topic: the civil war in Syria. The meeting was a key part of recent engagement between the U.S. and Moscow on the vexing question of how to end Syria’s brutal civil war, which...

    Albania, part of new USAID programme on energy security and market transparency
    Aug17

    Albania, part of new USAID programme on energy security and market transparency

    TIRANA, Aug 17 (ATA) – USAID announces that this summer it hosted energy regulators from Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Serbia, and Ukraine for the launch of a new program to support regional energy security and market transparency. During the program (2015-16), the regulators will be supported in the...

    Shelling in east Ukraine kills nine
    Aug17

    Shelling in east Ukraine kills nine

    At least nine people die in heavy artillery exchanges between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Kamyanitsa 2015 to gather musicians from Poland, Estonia, Ukraine
    Aug17

    Kamyanitsa 2015 to gather musicians from Poland, Estonia, Ukraine

    “The festival preserves its democratic touch, and its program is getting more diverse. Different countries, traditions and approaches to folk music will meet on one stage. This is going to be a great pleasure both for the audience and the musicians themselves,” Oleg Khomenko, a member of the organizing committee of the festival, believes....

    Russia suggests Ukraine readying new offensive after bloody weekend
    Aug17

    Russia suggests Ukraine readying new offensive after bloody weekend

    Russia’s foreign minister said Monday that a surge in fighting near Ukraine’s south-eastern port city of Mariupol is a likely harbinger of a Ukrainian military offensive eastward into rebel-held territory.”We are worried by the development of events in… …read more Source:...

    Russia sends new humanitarian convoy to Donbas
    Aug17

    Russia sends new humanitarian convoy to Donbas

    MOSCOW /TASS/. A new humanitarian aid convoy from Russia is traveling towards the state border with Ukraine, a source from the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations has told Tass. The source said the convoy left the Don Rescue Center of the Emergencies Ministry [in the Ukraine-bordering Rostov region] at 4 am, Moscow time, heading to the...

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