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    Crimea without power after pylons ‘blown up’
    Nov22

    Crimea without power after pylons ‘blown up’

    A state of emergency has been declared in Crimea after pylons carrying electricity from Ukraine were blown up cutting off power to almost two million people, media and the Russian government said on Sunday. …read more Source: France...

    State of emergency declared in Crimea after pylons carrying electricity from Ukraine “blown up” – Russian media
    Nov22

    State of emergency declared in Crimea after pylons carrying electricity from Ukraine “blown up” – Russian media

    Our journalists are working on this story and will update it as soon as more information becomes available. …read more Source:...

    Electricity from Ukraine to Crimea shut off after power pylons blown up: Russian media
    Nov22

    Electricity from Ukraine to Crimea shut off after power pylons blown up: Russian media

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Electricity supplies from Ukraine to Crimea were entirely shut off on Saturday night after power pylons in Ukraine were blown up, Russian media reported on Sunday morning. …read more Source:...

    Electricity supplies from Ukraine to Crimea shut off
    Nov22

    Electricity supplies from Ukraine to Crimea shut off

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    State Of Emergency As Crimea Loses Electricity
    Nov22

    State Of Emergency As Crimea Loses Electricity

    Power supplies have been entirely shut off after pylons in Ukraine were blown up, according to reports coming out of Russia. …read more Source: Sky...

    The Maidan movement and the period that followed
    Nov22

    The Maidan movement and the period that followed

    This weekend in Kyiv, the beginning of the pro-European Maidan movement is being remembered. A timeline from Frank Hofmann in Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Crimea without power after ‘lines cut’
    Nov22

    Crimea without power after ‘lines cut’

    Crimea is plunged into darkness after pylons carrying power lines which supply electricity from Ukraine were reportedly blown up on Saturday night. …read more Source:...

    Western leaders agreed to extend Russia sanctions by six months: diplomat
    Nov22

    Western leaders agreed to extend Russia sanctions by six months: diplomat

    (Reuters) – Western leaders who met on the margins of last week’s Group of 20 summit in Turkey agreed to extend sanctions against Russia for its actions in Ukraine by six months until July of next year, a senior European diplomat told Reuters. …read more Source:...

    Time for US to get serious about Europe
    Nov21

    Time for US to get serious about Europe

    The hard truth is that for much of the last seven years, Europe has been relatively low on Washington’s agenda. Today, as Europe struggles to cope with a series of existential crises — ranging from the still shaky eurozone to the crisis in Ukraine, the threat from ISIL and an aggressive Russia, and an escalating migration crisis that has...

    100-200 People Apply Daily for Certificates Proving Their Bulgarian Descent
    Nov21

    100-200 People Apply Daily for Certificates Proving Their Bulgarian Descent

    Between 100 and 200 people are applying on a daily basis for certificates proving their Bulgarian descent. This was revealed by Ivanka Slavcheva, a chief expert at the State Agency for Bulgarians Abroad, at the opening of the sixth session of the world parliament of Bulgarians. The main topic of the two-day forum will be state of the Bulgarian...

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