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    Lawyer wins human rights award for helping Tartars
    May26

    Lawyer wins human rights award for helping Tartars

    A leading human rights lawyer, jailed for helping ethnic Tartars in Crimea, has won a prestigious award organised by the Irish-based human rights group Front Line Defenders. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    IMF urges Ukraine to stick with reform effort
    May26

    IMF urges Ukraine to stick with reform effort

    …read more Source: Financial Times

    Boxing tournament in Grodno gathers athletes from 9 countries
    May26

    Boxing tournament in Grodno gathers athletes from 9 countries

    The tournament has kicked off at the recreation center Prival in Grodno with the participation of athletes from Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Moldova, China, Italy, Cyprus and Sweden. …read more Source:...

    Jeff Koons accused of copying Ukrainian artist’s work 
    May25

    Jeff Koons accused of copying Ukrainian artist’s work 

    …read more Source: The...

    Manafort advised Trump team on Russia scandal
    May25

    Manafort advised Trump team on Russia scandal

    Months after the FBI began examining Paul Manafort as part of a probe into ties between President Donald Trump’s team and Russia, Manafort called Trump’s chief of staff, Reince Priebus, to push back against the mounting controversy, according to four people familiar with the call. It was about a week before...

    Ukraine and Russia are both trapped by the war in Donbas
    May25

    Ukraine and Russia are both trapped by the war in Donbas

    ON APRIL 12TH 2014 Igor Girkin, a former Russian military officer also known as “Strelkov” (“Shooter”), sneaked across the border into Ukraine’s Donbas region with a few dozen men and took control of the small town of Sloviansk, igniting Europe’s bloodiest war since the 1990s. To create the impression of strength, Mr Girkin, an...

    Ukraine is struggling with corruption, sometimes successfully
    May25

    Ukraine is struggling with corruption, sometimes successfully

    UKRAINE is fighting two wars. One is near its eastern border, where it faces Russian aggression. The other is at its core, where it is wrestling with some of the worst corruption of any post-Soviet state. The war against corruption is only starting, and the fighting is carried out office by office, ministry by ministry. Naftogaz, a state oil and...

    Diverse program for Kupalye festival in Shklov
    May25

    Diverse program for Kupalye festival in Shklov

    The show on the main stage of the festival on 8 July will feature singers and circus artists from Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. …read more Source:...

    French President Macron seeks fast-track dialogue with Russia in surprise meeting with Putin
    May25

    French President Macron seeks fast-track dialogue with Russia in surprise meeting with Putin

    The new French president will host Vladimir Putin next Monday, for a first meeting since he pledged to deal firmly with Russia. Despite rifts over Syria, Ukraine and cyber attacks, experts predict interesting talks. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    War shatters  lives in eastern Ukraine as the world looks away
    May25

    War shatters lives in eastern Ukraine as the world looks away

    Eurovision night bloodshed highlights continued suffering caused by three-year-old conflict …read more Source: The Irish...

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