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    ‘I want to bring up a warrior’: Ukraine’s far-right children’s camp – video
    Sep06

    ‘I want to bring up a warrior’: Ukraine’s far-right children’s camp – video

    In Ukraine, the far-right Azov militia is fighting on the frontline – and running a summer camp for children. The Guardian visited the camp and followed 16-year-old Anton through his experiences. Is Azov really a modern Hitler Youth organisation, or is it trying to prepare young Ukrainians for the tough reality that awaits them? …...

    ‘I want to bring up a warrior’: Ukraine’s far-right children’s camp – video
    Sep06

    ‘I want to bring up a warrior’: Ukraine’s far-right children’s camp – video

    In Ukraine, the far-right Azov militia is fighting on the frontline – and running a summer camp for children. The Guardian visited the camp and followed 16-year-old Anton through his experiences. Is Azov really a modern Hitler Youth organisation, or is it trying to prepare young Ukrainians for the tough reality that awaits them? …...

    Russia’s bridge link with Crimea moves nearer to completion
    Aug31

    Russia’s bridge link with Crimea moves nearer to completion

    Installation of railway arch above Kerch Strait is key phase in Kremlin’s plan to integrate peninsula seized from UkraineRussian engineers have completed a key phase of a bridge that will link the annexed Crimea peninsula to mainland Russia. A huge 6,000-tonne railway arch was hauled into place 35 metres (115ft) above the sea, in an...

    Russia’s bridge link with Crimea moves nearer to completion
    Aug31

    Russia’s bridge link with Crimea moves nearer to completion

    Installation of railway arch above Kerch Strait is key phase in Kremlin’s plan to integrate peninsula seized from UkraineRussian engineers have completed a key phase of a bridge that will link the annexed Crimea peninsula to mainland Russia. A huge 6,000-tonne railway arch was hauled into place 35 metres (115ft) above the sea, in an...

    Russia’s bridge link with Crimea moves nearer to completion
    Aug31

    Russia’s bridge link with Crimea moves nearer to completion

    Installation of railway arch above Kerch Strait is key phase in Kremlin’s plan to integrate peninsula seized from UkraineRussian engineers have completed a key phase of a bridge that will link the annexed Crimea peninsula to mainland Russia. A huge 6,000-tonne railway arch was hauled into place 35 metres (115ft) above the sea, in an...

    Russia readies for huge military exercises as tensions with west simmer
    Aug26

    Russia readies for huge military exercises as tensions with west simmer

    Display of power involving up to 100,000 people in Belarus, Kaliningrad and Russia itself comes against backdrop of strained relations with west‘We know how to live next to Russia’: Lithuania builds border fence with KaliningradRussia is preparing to mount what could be one of its biggest military exercises since the cold war, a display of...

    Red Famine by Anne Applebaum review – did Stalin deliberately let Ukraine starve?
    Aug26

    Red Famine by Anne Applebaum review – did Stalin deliberately let Ukraine starve?

    A vivid account exposes the myths of the catastrophic Ukrainian famine of 1932-3The terrible famine of 1932-3 hit all the major Soviet grain-growing regions, but Ukraine worst of all. It was not the result of adverse climatic conditions but a product of government policies. This is, in fact, the case with many famines, as Amartya Sen pointed out...

    North Korean missiles probably had ‘engines sourced from Russia or Ukraine’
    Aug14

    North Korean missiles probably had ‘engines sourced from Russia or Ukraine’

    Study claims engines resemble Soviet-era design and probably acquired through illicit channels operating in either or both countriesNorth Korea probably acquired the rocket engines for the two intercontinental ballistic missiles it tested in July from Ukrainian or Russian sources within the past two years, a study has claimed.A report published...

    Crimea – the big budget Russian blockbuster the world will never see
    Aug14

    Crimea – the big budget Russian blockbuster the world will never see

    Film depicting Vladimir Putin’s 2014 annexing of Crimea from Ukraine will only be shown in Russia and Belarus “This is the kind of decision that is only taken once a century,” says a voice on the trailer for Crimea, a high-budget Russian film that dramatises the 2014 Russian takeover of the peninsula. … …read more Source: The...

    Odessa’s new parks lead a blossoming of urban regeneration
    Aug05

    Odessa’s new parks lead a blossoming of urban regeneration

    Ukraine’s third city is home to sights including the Potemkin Steps. Now the port’s glorious past is taking centre stage with its Istanbul and Greek gardensLooking like a living Liberty print, Odessa’s new promenade park spills over with blossoming flower beds, picnics and couples waltzing in the shade. Tantalising slivers of...

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