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    POLITICO Brussels Playbook — Migration political crisis —  Vestager’s second strategy — NATO rumblings
    Apr29

    POLITICO Brussels Playbook — Migration political crisis — Vestager’s second strategy — NATO rumblings

    By Ryan Heath @PoliticoRyan | rheath@politico.eu MIGRATION CLASH TODAY: The European Parliament is set to undermine the Council’s recent round of self-congratulation after tripling the budget of its border patrol operation Triton in response to the Mediterranean refugee crisis. WHO’S LEADING THE CHARGE? Dutch MEP and Liberal faction...

    Fire Sets Ablaze Forest Near Chernobyl Nuclear Plant
    Apr29

    Fire Sets Ablaze Forest Near Chernobyl Nuclear Plant

    A big forest fire has started around the zone around the former Chernobyl nuclear power plant. A high state of emergency has been issued in Ukraine on account of the incident as reported by RT daily. In the words of Ukraine’s Interior Minister Arsen Avakov, the fire is moving towards the nuclear power plant. He further announced that the...

    Rebels in eastern Ukraine carry out summary justice amid vacuum
    Apr29

    Rebels in eastern Ukraine carry out summary justice amid vacuum

    Amid the unrest in eastern Ukraine, rebel fighters are carrying out their own form of summary justice. One rebel fighter was tied to a road sign in… …read more Source:...

    Fire breaks out near Chernobyl plant
    Apr28

    Fire breaks out near Chernobyl plant

    Firefighters battle blaze in woods near Ukraine’s disused Chernobyl nuclear plant, the site of the worst nuclear disaster in history. …read more Source:...

    Putin to spend €643mn on media this year
    Apr28

    Putin to spend €643mn on media this year

    Russia is to spend €643 million this year on subsidising media, amid EU efforts to strike back at “disinformation” on the Ukraine war. …read more Source:...

    Report: Russian cyber-spying tracked military campaign
    Apr28

    Report: Russian cyber-spying tracked military campaign

    A cyber-espionage campaign against Ukrainian security agencies ebbed and flowed with the tide of kinetic military activity by Russian and pro-Russian forces, even stopping during a ceasefire, according to a new report. The campaign, dubbed “Operation Armageddon,” has been publicly blamed by the Ukrainian intelligence service on Russia’s...

    Ukrainian leader’s firm says assets seized in Russia
    Apr28

    Ukrainian leader’s firm says assets seized in Russia

    KIEV (Reuters) – Russian authorities have seized the assets of a confectionery factory owned by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in the Russian city of Lipetsk in order to block their sale, parent company Roshen said in a statement on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Mission to Kiev: Travelling with Juncker
    Apr28

    Mission to Kiev: Travelling with Juncker

    European leader talks treaty change with BBC …read more Source:...

    OSCE calls for meetings of working groups on Ukraine in Minsk soon
    Apr28

    OSCE calls for meetings of working groups on Ukraine in Minsk soon

    In particular, the Troika ministers of foreign affairs called for establishing working groups as soon as possible in accordance with the agreements reached in Minsk on 12 February. In that context, they called upon all sides to hold the first meeting in Minsk as soon as possible. …read more Source:...

    A new approach to helping Ukraine
    Apr28

    A new approach to helping Ukraine

    Despite a sizeable $17.5 billion loan to Ukraine announced by the International Monetary Fund in March, there is a disconcerting sense that Western leaders are losing interest in the country. Not surprisingly, no new aid packages for Ukraine were announced at the recent meetings of the IMF and the World Bank. Meanwhile, President Obama still...

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