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    Ukraine agrees ‘win-win’ debt restructuring deal
    Aug27

    Ukraine agrees ‘win-win’ debt restructuring deal

    Finance minister hails ‘collaborative’ agreement that will plug $15bn funding gap and allow increased defence spending in country’s war-torn east Ukraine’s finance minister said a “win-win” deal for restructuring $18bn (£11.6bn) of debt had been agreed with a group of its largest creditors, involving a 20% reduction in the...

    [Ticker] Dutch report on MH17 due in October
    Aug27

    [Ticker] Dutch report on MH17 due in October

    The Dutch Safety Board has announced Thursday its investigation into the cause of the crash of the MH17 flight in eastern Ukraine last year, will be published on Tuesday 13 October. The independent agency said it will inform relatives of the 289 victims prior to publication of the report. …read more Source:...

    Dutch air safety body to publish final MH17 crash report in October
    Aug27

    Dutch air safety body to publish final MH17 crash report in October

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – The final report into the crash last July of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine will be published on Oct 13, the Dutch Safety Board said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s back-to-school ceasefire
    Aug27

    Ukraine’s back-to-school ceasefire

    Government forces and pro-Russian separatists aim to reinstate a fracturing ceasefire in eastern Ukraine by the time students return to school next week, according to negotiators meeting with Ukrainian and Russian officials. “The three-sided contact group considers it important to reach a solid ceasefire from the beginning of the next school...

    Poland to store U.S. military equipment from mid-2016: PAP agency
    Aug27

    Poland to store U.S. military equipment from mid-2016: PAP agency

    WARSAW (Reuters) – The United States will store heavy military equipment at two sites in Poland from mid-2016, Poland’s defense minister said, a part of Washington’s efforts to reassure allies made uneasy by Russian actions in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Poll: More than 40% of Ukrainians support NATO membership
    Aug27

    Poll: More than 40% of Ukrainians support NATO membership

    A total of 41% of Ukrainians would vote for Ukraine joining NATO if a referendum on the issue was held in the coming days, according to the findings of a survey carried out by Rating Group Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Russian proxies attack ATO forces 90 times overnight
    Aug27

    Russian proxies attack ATO forces 90 times overnight

    The situation in the Donbas conflict zone deteriorated significantly by the end of the day. …read more Source:...

    Seven Ukraine servicemen killed, 13 wounded: Ukraine military
    Aug27

    Seven Ukraine servicemen killed, 13 wounded: Ukraine military

    KIEV (Reuters) – Seven Ukrainian servicemen have been killed and 13 wounded in fighting with pro-Russian separatists in the past 24 hours, military spokesman Oleksander Motuzyanyk said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Foreign tourists to Bulgaria grow less
    Aug27

    Foreign tourists to Bulgaria grow less

    For the second year in a row Bulgaria fails to attract more than 1 million foreign tourists in July – the first of the two strongest tourist months in this country. The record high number of guests was registered in 2012 and 2013, the National Statistical Institute informs. This year, in July, the number of persons visiting this country for a...

    Ukraine secures deal with creditors
    Aug27

    Ukraine secures deal with creditors

    Bondholders agree to 20% cut in the value of their debt …read more Source: Financial...

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