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    Sajdik: Necessary conditions are needed to provide humanitarian aid to people in Ukraine
    Aug04

    Sajdik: Necessary conditions are needed to provide humanitarian aid to people in Ukraine

    It is necessary to do everything possible for a safe provision of humanitarian aid for people in Ukraine, OSCE special representative in the trilateral contact group on Ukraine Martin Sajdik told media on 4 August. …read more Source:...

    Pushilin: 40 Ukraine prisoners in DNR
    Aug04

    Pushilin: 40 Ukraine prisoners in DNR

    In his words, 28 people that committed grave offences are under investigation. The other 12 are ready for an exchange. …read more Source:...

    Erdogan: Turkey will not recognize Crimea’s annexation
    Aug04

    Erdogan: Turkey will not recognize Crimea’s annexation

    MOSCOW — Ankara considers Crimea’s reunification with Russia, as deplorable as repression against the Crimean Tatars in the last century and will …read more Source:...

    Talks on Ukraine take place despite escalation in fighting
    Aug04

    Talks on Ukraine take place despite escalation in fighting

    The Ukrainian military said on Monday that four of its soldiers were killed and 15 wounded in fighting with pro-Russian rebels in the previous 24… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine loses grip on militia ‘breaching ceasefire’
    Aug03

    Ukraine loses grip on militia ‘breaching ceasefire’

    Ukraine is struggling to control its own paramilitary groups in the war-torn east with one of its most feared ultra-nationalist… …read more Source: The...

    Casualties in Ukraine ahead of renewed peace talks
    Aug03

    Casualties in Ukraine ahead of renewed peace talks

    At least four Ukrainian servicemen have been killed and 15 others injured in fighting with separatist forces in the country’s east. Kyiv is scheduled to start peace talks with the rebels and Russian representatives. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine rebels kill four troops
    Aug03

    Ukraine rebels kill four troops

    Ukraine says pro-Russian rebels have killed four of its soldiers and injured 15 in the past 24 hours, in an escalation of the conflict in the east. …read more Source:...

    Closing the London laundromat could be Cameron’s greatest legacy
    Aug03

    Closing the London laundromat could be Cameron’s greatest legacy

    A view across the “London laundromat”. © DncnH London’s bricks have become a global currency for corruption. Why? The answer is simple: you can buy them anonymously. The perfect Bitcoin for kleptocrats. Because when nobody knows who you really are, nobody knows where your money really comes from. And that’s exactly what criminals...

    Athletics boss laughs off doping charges
    Aug03

    Athletics boss laughs off doping charges

    International Association of Athletics Federations President Lamine Diack brushed off media reports accusing his organization of lax drug testing. “There are allegations made, no evidence. We want to look into them seriously because to say that in athletics between 2001 and 2012 we did not do a serious job with tests is laughable,” Diack told...

    Opinion: Security Council Resolution on Airlines Disaster Debases U.N. Charter
    Aug03

    Opinion: Security Council Resolution on Airlines Disaster Debases U.N. Charter

    U.N. Security Council members observe a minute of silence at the start of the meeting to establish tribunal on downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17. The draft resolution failed to be adopted due to the veto by Russia. Credit: UN Photo/Loey FelipeBy Somar WijayadasaUNITED NATIONS, Aug 3 2015 (IPS)On July 29 Russia vetoed a draft U.N. Security...

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