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    Agreement will strengthen the EU | Jutarnji List – Croatia
    Jul13

    Agreement will strengthen the EU | Jutarnji List – Croatia

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    Thousands of Ukrainians will soon flee to EU | Financial Times – United Kingdom
    Jul13

    Thousands of Ukrainians will soon flee to EU | Financial Times – United Kingdom

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    Belarus blocks the transit of liquid gas to Ukraine
    Jul13

    Belarus blocks the transit of liquid gas to Ukraine

    The authorities of Belarus have blocked the transit of liquid gas to Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Far right group challenges Ukraine’s government after gun battle.
    Jul13

    Far right group challenges Ukraine’s government after gun battle.

    A Ukrainian far right group has demanded the resignation of the county’s interior minister while blocking roads around Kyiv in a protest following a… …read more Source:...

    Butler, Nick
    Jul13

    Butler, Nick

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    Dinash Kudaibergen from Kazakhstan leading at Vitebsk 2015 Song Contest
    Jul13

    Dinash Kudaibergen from Kazakhstan leading at Vitebsk 2015 Song Contest

    After two days of the contest the top five contestants include: Dinash Kudaibergen (175 points), Belarus’ entry Valeria Gribusova (171), Nikolay Manolov from Bulgaria (163), Anitt (Ana Tverdostup) from Ukraine (160), and Sofi from Georgia (158). The winner will be announced during the awards ceremony at the closing ceremony of the Slavonic...

    Poroshenko: Unprecedented number of Russian troops along border with Ukraine
    Jul13

    Poroshenko: Unprecedented number of Russian troops along border with Ukraine

    President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine on Sunday, July 12, stated that along the country’s border Russia has deployed an unprecedented number of troops. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Finland’s mysterious nuclear investor
    Jul13

    Finland’s mysterious nuclear investor

    HELSINKI — Finland’s newest nuclear energy project was nearly scrapped because the company behind it didn’t meet the required 60 percent EU ownership — until a last-minute €159 million investment from a little-known Croatian firm. The problem? Migrit Solarna Energija is an obscure company with capital assets of only €26,000,...

    Kiev forced to fight its own fascist militias
    Jul12

    Kiev forced to fight its own fascist militias

    A pro-government Ukrainian militia accused of neo-Nazism has fought a gun battle with the country’s security forces that left at least… …read more Source: The...

    Far right group challenges Ukraine government after shootout
    Jul12

    Far right group challenges Ukraine government after shootout

    KIEV (Reuters) – A Ukrainian far right group demanded the resignation of the interior minister and said it would block roads around Kiev on Sunday in a standoff over a fatal gun battle that challenges the authority of the government. …read more Source:...

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