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    UN: Close to 8,000 people killed in eastern Ukraine
    Sep08

    UN: Close to 8,000 people killed in eastern Ukraine

    New report renews calls to end violence, sees situation as worsening …read more Source: The Prague...

    UN says close to 8,000 killed in east Ukraine
    Sep08

    UN says close to 8,000 killed in east Ukraine

    GENEVA (Reuters) – At least 7,962 people have been killed and 17,811 wounded in violence in eastern Ukraine since mid-April 2014, the U.N. Human Rights Office said on Tuesday, as it published a regular report by U.N. monitors in the country. …read more Source:...

    What should be in the 2015 State of the Union?
    Sep08

    What should be in the 2015 State of the Union?

    As President Juncker puts together the final touches to his State of the Union address, scheduled to be held at 09.00 CMT on Wednesday 9 September. EuropeanPublicAffairs.eu has provided a wishlist from each of our contributors on what they hope this year’s address will focus on, ranging from unemployment, social inequality, defence, skill...

    Fighting in Ukraine at lowest level
    Sep08

    Fighting in Ukraine at lowest level

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine falls to its lowest level since the conflict started, according to Ukrainian Defence Minister Stepan Poltorak. …read more Source:...

    Poland approves disbursement of EUR 100 mln loan to Ukraine
    Sep08

    Poland approves disbursement of EUR 100 mln loan to Ukraine

    The Polish government adopted a resolution related to the signing of an agreement between the governments of Poland and Ukraine on loan disbursement, according to a posting on the official website of the Polish government. …read more Source:...

    Russia says truce holding in Ukraine but little progress on peace plan
    Sep08

    Russia says truce holding in Ukraine but little progress on peace plan

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Tuesday fighting has died down in east Ukraine since a new truce was put in place on Sept. 1 but blamed Kiev for not moving forward on other provisions of a peace plan brokered by Germany and France. …read more Source:...

    Sofia expected to hone recognition of Bulgarians abroad ethnic origin
    Sep08

    Sofia expected to hone recognition of Bulgarians abroad ethnic origin

    It has become known that in evaluations of the parliamentary committee for Bulgarians abroad, about 200,000 or even more Macedonian nationals were willing to become Bulgaria citizens. This requires an improved procedure for recognition of the Bulgarian origin of Bulgarian diaspora members. The problem with origin recognition is not new and its...

    Poland confirms EUR 100 million loan for Ukraine
    Sep08

    Poland confirms EUR 100 million loan for Ukraine

    The Polish Council of Ministers has agreed on the terms of a loan worth up to EUR 100 million that will be provided to Ukraine, which will be partially used to purchase Polish goods in return. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Ukraine refuses to yield to Russia on EU trade
    Sep08

    Ukraine refuses to yield to Russia on EU trade

    Kiev has said there is no chance of postponing its EU free-trade pact despite Russia’s threats, amid wider assertions of Ukrainian sovereignty. …read more Source:...

    Five suspects in 13 January case are in Ukraine
    Sep08

    Five suspects in 13 January case are in Ukraine

    Of 66 suspects in the 13 January case, five defendants currently are in Ukraine. As Lithuania’s Prosecutor General’s Office notes, although Ukraine has completely satisfied the legal assistance requests of Lithuania, the extradition of the suspects is impossible, informs LETA/ELTA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

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