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    Europe’s border shifts and citizenship denial
    Jun19

    Europe’s border shifts and citizenship denial

    I don’t know what my grandfather – who served in the German army in the first world war and was murdered in the Holocaust – would have considered his nationality to be, writes Christina CraigI too have been denied German citizenship (Letters, 17 June) because my mother and grandfather, both victims of Nazism, have been determined not to be...

    Ukrainian MP launches hunger strike over Lviv trash row
    Jun19

    Ukrainian MP launches hunger strike over Lviv trash row

    KIEV (Reuters) – A Ukrainian opposition lawmaker began a hunger strike on Monday, accusing central government of inaction in allowing trash to pile up in the picturesque western city of Lviv, the power-base of his Samopomich (Self-Reliance) party. …read more Source:...

    Is the Trump administration poised to take on a new role in the Ukraine conflict?
    Jun19

    Is the Trump administration poised to take on a new role in the Ukraine conflict?

    Reports that Donald Trump will receive Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko ahead of his first meeting with Vladimir Putin are causing a sensation in Kyiv. Could the move signal a new policy for the US in Ukraine? …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU extends sanctions over Russia’s Crimea annexation
    Jun19

    EU extends sanctions over Russia’s Crimea annexation

    European Union foreign ministers Monday extended economic sanctions intended to punish Russia for the 2014 annexation of Crimea. At a meeting in Luxembourg, the ministers agreed to prolong by a year measures that prohibit EU companies from doing business in Crimea and the city of Sevastopol. The sanctions target investments and tourism in...

    Germany threatens US rift over Russia pipeline
    Jun19

    Germany threatens US rift over Russia pipeline

    Germany and Austria have urged the US not to impose sanctions on Nord Stream 2 (NS2), a Russian gas pipeline, in stark terms that spoke of ending joint action on Ukraine. The German and Austrian foreign ministers, Sigmar Gabriel and Sebastian Kurz, voiced their anger in a joint statement on Thursday (15 June). They said the “threat of illegal...

    Polotsk to host Three Sophias art exhibition in September
    Jun19

    Polotsk to host Three Sophias art exhibition in September

    The exhibition will feature the result of joint plein air painting workshops for young artists from Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine. It will be timed to the 1155th anniversary of Polotsk and the 500th anniversary of Belarusian book printing. …read more Source:...

    EU extends sanctions against Russia over Crimea for a year
    Jun19

    EU extends sanctions against Russia over Crimea for a year

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    European Union extends Crimea sanctions by another year
    Jun19

    European Union extends Crimea sanctions by another year

    European Union member states have voted to extend sanctions imposed on Crimea for one more year. The bloc is also expected to prolong sanctions on Russia for its involvement in the conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Romania women’s epee team wins bronze at the European Fencing Championships
    Jun19

    Romania women’s epee team wins bronze at the European Fencing Championships

    The Romanian women’s epee team has won the bronze medal at the European Fencing Championships in Tbilisi on Saturday, June 17, after defeating Estonia 45-38. Romania defeated Spain 45-36 in the last 16 round, and Ukraine 44-40 in the quarterfinals. However, the Romanian women’s epee team lost the semifinal match against Russia 41-45....

    EU extends sanctions against Crimea
    Jun19

    EU extends sanctions against Crimea

    The European Union has extended economic sanctions against Russian-occupied Crimea by a year, according to the PAP news agency. …read more Source: Polskie...

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