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    Playing with fire in Donbass
    Nov19

    Playing with fire in Donbass

    Most tanks have apparently been withdrawn from the buffer zone in eastern Ukraine but not the heavy artillery, complains the OSCE. The truce is still on shaky ground. DW’s Frank Hofmann reports from Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    The politics of corruption in Kiev
    Nov19

    The politics of corruption in Kiev

    KIEV — The former head of Ukraine’s state security service, Valentyn Nalyvaichenko, arrived in Washington D.C. Thursday to deliver his scathing assessment of the country’s post-revolutionary law-enforcement to the U.S. Congress. Sources close to Nalyvaichenko say the visit is part of a bid to win American backing for a challenge to...

    Beating the Islamist propagandists
    Nov19

    Beating the Islamist propagandists

    Barely 12 hours had passed since the siege on Paris’ Bataclan theater ended and already the propagandists of the Islamic State had put together audio and textual statements claiming responsibility for the attack, in French, Arabic and English. Within minutes, tens of thousands of people had seen their audacious, gloating claim. Within...

    Belarus Refused To Deliver Berkut Officer To Ukraine
    Nov19

    Belarus Refused To Deliver Berkut Officer To Ukraine

    18 former members of Berkut riot police are wanted on charges of crimes against Euromaidan. …read more Source:...

    Exclusive: EU’s Juncker dangles trade ties with Russia-led bloc to Putin
    Nov19

    Exclusive: EU’s Juncker dangles trade ties with Russia-led bloc to Putin

    VILNIUS (Reuters) – European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin this week, suggesting closer trade ties between the 28-nation EU and a Russian-led economic bloc, linking them to progress on implementing a ceasefire in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Is Ukraine finally getting to grips with its corruption problem?
    Nov19

    Is Ukraine finally getting to grips with its corruption problem?

    Two years of war, illness and economic pain has followed Ukraine’s revolution, and reforms are still slow to arrive. If you want to know why Ukraine had a revolution, consider this: it has one of the world’s fastest-growing HIV epidemics, and yet officials deliberately overcharged their own health ministry for anti-retrovirals to make...

    The Tribe director to film inside Chernobyl exclusion zone
    Nov19

    The Tribe director to film inside Chernobyl exclusion zone

    Luxembourg will tell the story of primitive society in a permanent nuclear winter – and will be the second time Miroslav Slaboshpitsky has shot at the locationMiroslav Slaboshpitsky, the Ukrainian director of the award-winning drama The Tribe, is to shoot his follow-up feature inside the Chernobyl exclusion zone, around the site of the...

    Bulgaria is not to revise sanctions against Russia
    Nov19

    Bulgaria is not to revise sanctions against Russia

    Bulgaria, like all other EU member countries, are engaged with the agreement from Minsk in view of the sanctions against Russia. No revision of these sanctions can be expected on the part of any EU member, Bulgaria included, unless the entire volume of these agreements are fulfilled, said Bulgarian Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov for journalists in...

    Don’t sacrifice all for alliance with Russia | Le Monde – France
    Nov19

    Don’t sacrifice all for alliance with Russia | Le Monde – France

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    Russia did not ask for sanctions relief with new Ukraine debt deal: PM
    Nov19

    Russia did not ask for sanctions relief with new Ukraine debt deal: PM

    MANILA (Reuters) – Russia did not ask the West to lift sanctions against Moscow when it offered Ukraine a new debt restructuring deal, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

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