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    [Ticker] Russian anti-Ukraine singer gets EU visa
    Sep02

    [Ticker] Russian anti-Ukraine singer gets EU visa

    Popular Russian singer Joseph Kobzon, on an EU blacklist for cheerleading the Ukraine invasion, has obtained an EU visa for medical treatment, Russian media report, adding he’s to go to Italy or Germany 9 September. Kobzon earlier boasted Russian leader Putin would get him the EU permit via personal connections. …read more Source:...

    Putin helps Russian MP evade EU sanctions to get medical visa for Italy
    Sep02

    Putin helps Russian MP evade EU sanctions to get medical visa for Italy

    Iosif Kobzon, known as ‘Russia’s Sinatra’, who has sung in rebel-held Ukraine, accused of hypocrisy for seeking treatment abroad despite anti-western rhetoricItaly has confirmed it has given a visa to the sanctioned Russian singer and MP Iosif Kobzon after the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, reportedly intervened to help him go to...

    Clashes Near Ukraine’s Parliament Deepen Rifts in Ruling Coalition
    Sep02

    Clashes Near Ukraine’s Parliament Deepen Rifts in Ruling Coalition

    A protest rally outside Ukraine’s parliament against amendments to the constitution that give greater autonomy to the eastern regions controlled by pro-Russian rebels turned violent earlier this week. The clashes were the worst in the Ukrainian capital since a bloody uprising in early 2014 and have deepened cracks in President Petro...

    Russia says will respond in kind to new U.S. sanctions over Ukraine
    Sep02

    Russia says will respond in kind to new U.S. sanctions over Ukraine

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Moscow said on Wednesday it would react in kind to United States’ widening of sanctions imposed on Russia over the crisis in Ukraine, criticizing the move as straining relations and posing risks for international stability. …read more Source:...

    Baltic battle about to commence as EuroBasket 2015 gets under way this weekend
    Sep02

    Baltic battle about to commence as EuroBasket 2015 gets under way this weekend

    Estonia will face both Latvia and Lithuania, as well as Ukraine, Belgium and Czech Republic in FIBA European Basketball Championships group D games in Riga. It is Estonia’s first appearance at the tournament since 2001. …read more Source:...

    18 suspicion notices issued in wake of clashes near Verkhovna Rada
    Sep02

    18 suspicion notices issued in wake of clashes near Verkhovna Rada

    Law enforcement bodies have notified 18 individuals of suspicion, following bloody events near Ukraine’s parliament on Aug. 31. …read more Source:...

    Poroshenko urges to unite against Russian aggression in Ukraine
    Sep02

    Poroshenko urges to unite against Russian aggression in Ukraine

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko urges “the nations of the free world” to stand together against Russian aggression in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    EU to Extend Sanctions Against Russian, Ukrainian Individuals, Companies
    Sep02

    EU to Extend Sanctions Against Russian, Ukrainian Individuals, Companies

    The European Union (UN) is expected to extend on Wednesday the sanctions against Russian and Ukrainian individuals and companies by six months. The assets of 150 people and 37 companies will remain frozen and they will continue to be subject of travel bans until March 2016, when the sanctions will be reviewed again, EUobserver informs. The...

    Deadly ambush ends lull in Ukraine
    Sep02

    Deadly ambush ends lull in Ukraine

    Two people are reported killed in an ambush on a Ukrainian army vehicle near Luhansk, in the first major incident since a renewed truce began. …read more Source:...

    Reception on occasion of Ukrainian Independence Day
    Sep02

    Reception on occasion of Ukrainian Independence Day

    Ambassador of Ukraine in Belgrade Oleksandr Aleksandrovich organized a reception on the occasion of Ukraine’s Independence Day. Addressing the guests, Aleksandrovich “pointed to the long history of the Ukrainian people and events of the recent past such as the Orange Revolution and the Euromaidan.” …read more Source:...

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