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    Juncker: EU ‘not in a good place’
    Sep09

    Juncker: EU ‘not in a good place’

    STRASBOURG — European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said the EU is “not in a good place” and that it needed to move beyond “business as usual” to address the daunting political challenges facing the bloc. “Now is not the time to go ahead willy-nilly, business-as-usual,” Juncker told members of the European Parliament and other EU...

    Ukraine war becoming bloodier, dirtier
    Sep09

    Ukraine war becoming bloodier, dirtier

    UN says war in Ukraine claimed more civilian lives in past three months than in spring, with both sides guilty of war crimes and torture. …read more Source:...

    Belarusian businessmen move to Lithuania
    Sep09

    Belarusian businessmen move to Lithuania

    The current unpredictable economic situation in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine forces businessmen to seek a safe haven for their money and ideas in the West. From year to year the number of companies that have moved from the CIS countries to Lithuania is increasing, reported BC Invest Lithuania. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Contact group on Ukraine to meet in Minsk 22 September
    Sep09

    Contact group on Ukraine to meet in Minsk 22 September

    On 8 September Minsk played host to the meetings of the working groups for economic, humanitarian and political affairs. The results of their work were heard out by the trilateral contact group on Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s group for political affairs to discuss local elections 15-16 September
    Sep09

    Ukraine’s group for political affairs to discuss local elections 15-16 September

    “The working group will hold a two-day meeting in Minsk next week,” Martin Sajdik said. …read more Source:...

    Warfare in Ukraine least intensive since beginning of war
    Sep09

    Warfare in Ukraine least intensive since beginning of war

    Warfare in eastern Ukraine has reduced to lowest level since the beginning of the war, Ukrainian Minister of Defence announced on September 8. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Europe returns to the 1930s
    Sep09

    Europe returns to the 1930s

    Czech police intercepted a group of Syrian asylum-seekers on a train headed for Germany. Upon being detained, the 200 or so refugees were marked with ink numbers on their forearms. While clearly a mishap, it was not the first time that Europeans were reminded of a period many would rather forget. In July of this year, a Polish Member of the...

    U.S. sees continued international support for Ukraine: senior official
    Sep09

    U.S. sees continued international support for Ukraine: senior official

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A debt deal between Ukraine and creditors marks a way forward and the United States expects the International Monetary Fund and international community to keep supporting the country, a senior U.S. Treasury official said on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Russians forces seize drunk Ukraine troops
    Sep08

    Russians forces seize drunk Ukraine troops

    Russia has captured three Ukrainian paratroopers who crossed into Crimea to offer their Russian counterparts a slice of melon in… …read more Source: The...

    ICC gets wider scope to probe possible war crimes in Ukraine
    Sep08

    ICC gets wider scope to probe possible war crimes in Ukraine

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Ukraine granted wider jurisdiction to the International Criminal Court on Tuesday that will enable ICC prosecutors to investigate possible war crimes committed during Russia’s annexation of Crimea and the separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

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