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    Refugee Crisis: Bridging the gap between Old and New Europe
    Jan13

    Refugee Crisis: Bridging the gap between Old and New Europe

    Europe: Perpetual state of Crisis For almost half a century now, the Society of the German Language has chosen the so called Word of the Year – a word or a group of words that in the past 12 months made the most significant contribution to the country’s history. Last year’s winner? “Fluechtlinge” or in English, “refugee”. The two...

    David Cameron’s newest Brussels problem: the local Tories
    Jan13

    David Cameron’s newest Brussels problem: the local Tories

    David Cameron had his hands full enough already, trying to coax European leaders into accepting controversial reforms aimed at avoiding a “Brexit.” Now, he’s struggling to keep another unruly bunch of politicians in line: members of his own Conservative party in Brussels. The 20 Tories who represent the U.K. in the European Parliament are...

    Hackers caused Ukraine power cut – US
    Jan12

    Hackers caused Ukraine power cut – US

    A power cut in western Ukraine was caused by a “spear-phishing” hacker attack, according to the US Department of Homeland Security. …read more Source:...

    Here’s How the Poles Can Help Ukraine Decentralize  – The Baltic Times
    Jan12

    Here’s How the Poles Can Help Ukraine Decentralize – The Baltic Times

    Last month, Polish president Andrzej Duda visited Kyiv and pledged to assist Ukraine in implementing its reforms to decentralize the state.&nbsp…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Ukraine’s working group on political affairs sits in Minsk
    Jan12

    Ukraine’s working group on political affairs sits in Minsk

    The meeting between representatives of Ukraine, Russia and the OSCE in Minsk is the first one in 2016. …read more Source:...

    Lithuania’s Euroapotheca invests EUR 40,000 in pharmacy in Ukraine
    Jan12

    Lithuania’s Euroapotheca invests EUR 40,000 in pharmacy in Ukraine

    Euroapotheca, a Vilniaus Prekyba company that owns one of Lithuania’s biggest pharmacy chains, has invested 40,000 euros in its second pharmacy in Ukraine, reported LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    A Killed DPR’s Commander Turns to Be a Mahilyeu Dweller
    Jan12

    A Killed DPR’s Commander Turns to Be a Mahilyeu Dweller

    A “lieutenant colonel of DPR” Jauhen Kanonau was unlikely shot by a sniper, but died in the result of internal conflicts between terrorists. …read more Source:...

    Planes leave Minsk Airport in time, flights from Kaliningrad, Kiev delayed
    Jan12

    Planes leave Minsk Airport in time, flights from Kaliningrad, Kiev delayed

    “Flights from Kaliningrad and Kiev (Borispol Airport) have been delayed perhaps due to weather conditions in the airports of those cities. Minsk National Airport is ready to receive aircraft,” said Alexander Karablikov. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Russia gas exports to EU on the rise
    Jan12

    [Ticker] Russia gas exports to EU on the rise

    Natural gas from Russia increased by some 8% last year despite on-going tensions over Ukraine and EU-imposed sanctions, reports Radio Free Europe . Germany saw a 17.1% spike, amounting to 45.3 billion cubic meters, an historic high. Gas to France increased by 36.8%, Italy 12.6%, and UK 10.2%. …read more Source:...

    Sydney travel firm offering Crimea tour accused of ‘selling out’ to MH17 accused
    Jan12

    Sydney travel firm offering Crimea tour accused of ‘selling out’ to MH17 accused

    Sydney-based Gateway Travel defends plans to take tourists on excursions around Crimea, saying ‘tough luck if the Ukrainian government doesn’t like it’An Australian travel company has been accused of “selling out” to those blamed for the shooting down of flight MH17 after announcing plans to organise tours of Crimea, which was annexed...

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