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    Bulgaria seems not to be ready for gas crisis again
    Nov28

    Bulgaria seems not to be ready for gas crisis again

    Several days ago Russia again stopped its gas supplies to Ukraine, as it happened back in 2009, because Ukraine failed to pay a deposit. In return Ukraine banned the imports of Russian gas. However, Russia currently transits gas to the Central and Southeast Europe through Ukrainian territory. The President of Russian Gazprom Alexey Miller warned...

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Saturday 28 Nov 2015
    Nov28

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Saturday 28 Nov 2015

    Royal family ‘to give evidence to sex abuse inquiry’ Will members of the Royal family be asked to provide evidence to the government’s child sex abuse inquiry? The royals’ role in allegedly interfering in the criminal prosecution of a paedophile could come under scrutiny by the multi-million pound inquiry led by Justice Lowell...

    COP21: who’s who
    Nov28

    COP21: who’s who

    Each country may have its own delegation, but a lot of the negotiation is dictated by groups of like-minded countries. European Union Made up of the 28 countries tied by laws that already make their 2030 climate pledges binding, regardless of what the COP21 deal says. Miguel Arias Cañete, the EU’s climate and energy commissioner, has been a...

    Ukraine’s police say ‘goodbye’ to Russian social networks
    Nov28

    Ukraine’s police say ‘goodbye’ to Russian social networks

    Ukraine’s police warned off the Russian internet …read more Source:...

    Still no power in Crimea as protesters block repairs to pylons
    Nov28

    Still no power in Crimea as protesters block repairs to pylons

    Crimeans continue to suffer from a lack of power as work to restore electricity supplies is hampered by protesters and a lack of political will to… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine flaunts the rebels who came back home
    Nov28

    Ukraine flaunts the rebels who came back home

    Flanked by armed soldiers, the defector crossed the buffer zone into sovereign Ukraine. Yuriy Rud, 40, showed little trace of… …read more Source: The...

    Coal cutoff escalates Russia-Ukraine tensions
    Nov27

    Coal cutoff escalates Russia-Ukraine tensions

    KIEV — Russia on Friday stopped coal deliveries to Ukraine, part of an escalating series of tit-for-tat measures sparked by a recent attack on electricity transmission lines that cut off power to Crimea, annexed by Moscow last year. Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk conceded that the move had left Ukraine now facing energy blackouts of...

    Could U.S.-Russia tensions go nuclear?
    Nov27

    Could U.S.-Russia tensions go nuclear?

    The Russian warplane recently shot down inside Turkey’s border with Syria fits a pattern of brinkmanship and inadvertence that is raising tensions and distrust between Russia and U.S.-led NATO. Low-level military encounters between Moscow and Washington are fanning escalatory sparks not witnessed since the Cold War. And there exists a small...

    Ukraine leaves sabotaged power lines to Russian-annexed Crimea in mud
    Nov27

    Ukraine leaves sabotaged power lines to Russian-annexed Crimea in mud

    CHAPLINKA, Ukraine (Reuters) – Five days after saboteurs blew up power lines in southern Ukraine plunging Russian-annexed Crimea into an energy crisis, all four damaged pylons are out of action and engineers say they need a political decision to restore supplies. …read more Source:...

    Estonia, 9 other nations ask EC to scrutinize Nord Stream gas extension
    Nov27

    Estonia, 9 other nations ask EC to scrutinize Nord Stream gas extension

    Russia’s plan to extend its gas link Nord Stream that helps to bypass traditional transit routes through Ukraine and other Eastern European countries, is not in EU’s interests, 10 European nations, Estonia among them, said in a letter to the European Commission. …read more Source:...

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