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    Estonian court green lights Ukraine separatist fighter extradition
    Sep23

    Estonian court green lights Ukraine separatist fighter extradition

    Harju County Court ruled that Vladimir Poljakov, 34, can be extradited to Ukraine to face terrorism charges for fighting on the side of the separatist forces. …read more Source:...

    Sajdik notes progress in rail line restoration in east Ukraine
    Sep23

    Sajdik notes progress in rail line restoration in east Ukraine

    “There is a significant progress in the restoration of rail lines. Two sections have been repaired. Works to repair two more will be launched soon,” said Martin Sajdik. …read more Source:...

    Sajdik: Still no agreement on weapons withdrawal in eastern Ukraine
    Sep23

    Sajdik: Still no agreement on weapons withdrawal in eastern Ukraine

    “The open and constructive discussion of the matter lasted for almost seven hours,” said the OSCE special representative. …read more Source:...

    Varoufakis told you so
    Sep23

    Varoufakis told you so

    ATHENS — Yanis Varoufakis lives in understated elegance. His apartment is spacious and pleasing to the eye. Shelves bulge with books on politics and economics, unsurprising for a university professor who was, until July, Greece’s finance minister. Varoufakis is welcoming. He makes us coffee and puts a box of chocolates on the table, next to...

    Ukraine crisis: Crimean Tatars’ border blockade of their ‘occupied’ peninsula could strangle the economy and invite forceful response from Russia
    Sep23

    Ukraine crisis: Crimean Tatars’ border blockade of their ‘occupied’ peninsula could strangle the economy and invite forceful response from Russia

    “You’ve got to make up your mind”, Mustafa Dzhemilev said. “You’re either at war, or you’re trading with the enemy.” The leader of the Crimean Tatars, 71, was dwarfed by the lorries lined up behind him at the Chaplynka border crossing. …read more Source: The...

    Smile, we’ve found 500,000 sets of false teeth
    Sep22

    Smile, we’ve found 500,000 sets of false teeth

    Residents of Ukraine’s Odessa region are looking forward to receiving free dentures this month, after its governor discovered 500,000 sets… …read more Source: The...

    NATO signs agreements with Ukrainian government
    Sep22

    NATO signs agreements with Ukrainian government

    NATO’s secretary general has taken part in a meeting of Ukraine’s National Security and Defence Council, during which a number of agreements were… …read more Source:...

    The Auschwitz paradox: an interview with Timothy Snyder
    Sep22

    The Auschwitz paradox: an interview with Timothy Snyder

    Heinz Jost (centre), commander of Einsatzgruppe A between March and September 1942, on trial at Nuremberg in 1948 (photo: Wikimedia Commons) In his 2010 book “Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin,” the American historian Timothy Snyder identified an area stretching from central Poland, through Ukraine, Belarus and the Baltic States to...

    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko goes on trial
    Sep22

    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko goes on trial

    Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko is on trial in southern Russia, charged in the deaths of Russian journalists in eastern Ukraine. She denies the claims, saying the case is a sham, writes Emma Burrows from Donetsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia: controversial trial of Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko opens
    Sep22

    Russia: controversial trial of Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko opens

    The trial of Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko has opened in Russia. She’s accused of murdering two Russian journalists in eastern Ukraine… …read more Source:...

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