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    Ukraine: Right Sector Announces Creation of New Battalions
    Jul09

    Ukraine: Right Sector Announces Creation of New Battalions

    KIEV – The radical Ukrainian organization “Right Sector” announced the creation of new volunteer battalions in three Ukrainian regions: Chernihiv, Sumy and …read more Source:...

    Ukraine crisis needs a political solution to reinforce EU aid efforts | Christos Stylianides
    Jul09

    Ukraine crisis needs a political solution to reinforce EU aid efforts | Christos Stylianides

    Though the EU has doubled its aid budget for Ukraine, where 1.5 million people have received vital humanitarian assistance, the conflict is blighting their futureThere is a humanitarian crisis right on the doorstep of the EU. More than 2.2 million people have been forced to leave their homes because of the fighting between Ukrainian forces and...

    Bulgarian-Greek Drama Enters Lux Prize Shortlist
    Jul09

    Bulgarian-Greek Drama Enters Lux Prize Shortlist

    The Lesson, a 2014 Bulgarian-Greek film, is among the ten works nominated to the Lux Prize at this year’s edition of the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.Directed by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov, the 105-minute drama tells the story of an honest, hard-working schoolteacher in a small Bulgarian town, who robs a bank with a...

    Woman relives horrific moment dead body crashed through kitchen roof in MH17 disaster
    Jul09

    Woman relives horrific moment dead body crashed through kitchen roof in MH17 disaster

    A hole in the ceiling where a corpse smashed through is boarded up (Picture: Daniel Sanderson)A woman has spoken of the horrific moment a dead body crashed through her roof on the kitchen floor in the MH17 disaster. Speaking ahead of the catastrophe’s first anniversary, Ina Tipunova, 60, said she still remembers the haunting sight of the...

    Bulgarian-Greek Drama Enters Luz Prize Shortlist
    Jul09

    Bulgarian-Greek Drama Enters Luz Prize Shortlist

    The Lesson, a 2014 Bulgarian-Greek film, is among the ten works nominated to the Lux Prize at this year’s edition of the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.Directed by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov, the 105-minute drama tells the story of an honest, hard-working schoolteacher in a small Bulgarian town, who robs a bank with a...

    The 90-year-old Russian youth camp inflaming tensions in Crimea
    Jul09

    The 90-year-old Russian youth camp inflaming tensions in Crimea

    Former Soviet children’s resort is expanding, thanks to Kremlin investment. But locals are outraged by what they say is an illegal land grab. The Moscow Times reportsOnce a dream destination for children from across the Soviet Union, the huge Crimean children’s camp Artek is one of the Kremlin’s most prized projects in the...

    MH17 crash one year on: blame game continues over who shot down plane
    Jul09

    MH17 crash one year on: blame game continues over who shot down plane

    Truth no closer for families of the 298 people killed in Malaysia Airlines disaster as pro-Russia separatists, Moscow and Ukrainian forces all deny involvement When she heard the bang, Natalia Voloshina rushed out of the small, one-storey house that passes for the village administration office in Petropavlovka, and looked up at the sky.“I could...

    The photogenic new police officers patrolling Kiev’s streets
    Jul09

    The photogenic new police officers patrolling Kiev’s streets

    The photogenic new police officers patrolling the streets of Kiev …read more Source:...

    Serbian FM, Kirby discuss Ukraine
    Jul08

    Serbian FM, Kirby discuss Ukraine

    BELGRADE – Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic talked on Wednesday with U.S. Ambassador to Serbia Michael Kirby about the pressing regional, bilateral …read more Source:...

    Russia ‘to Start Building Own Mistral Ships’ in 2020
    Jul08

    Russia ‘to Start Building Own Mistral Ships’ in 2020

    Russia will start construction of its own Mistral-class amphibious assault ships in 2020, a Defense Ministry source has told a Russian news website.It will take three to four years for Russia to build such a vessel after Moscow renounced a EUR 1.2 B deal with France to buy two ships, Lenta.ru quotes the source as saying. Under the 2011 contract...

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