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    IMF approves $1bn aid tranche to Ukraine
    Apr04

    IMF approves $1bn aid tranche to Ukraine

    The International Monetary Fund has approved a one-billion dollar loan payment to Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine says 2 soldiers killed in fresh clashes in troubled east
    Apr03

    Ukraine says 2 soldiers killed in fresh clashes in troubled east

    Two Ukrainian soldiers are killed in clashes with pro-Russia forces in the volatile east. …read more Source:...

    Scores help reach out to elderly, needy Jews in Ukraine
    Apr03

    Scores help reach out to elderly, needy Jews in Ukraine

    The Jews of the former Soviet Union now observe Passover and focus on helping their fellow Jews. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Scores help reach out to elderly, needy Jews in Ukraine
    Apr03

    Scores help reach out to elderly, needy Jews in Ukraine

    The Jews of the former Soviet Union now observe Passover and focus on helping their fellow Jews. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Poroshenko, Merkel, Hollande discuss eastern Ukraine
    Apr03

    Poroshenko, Merkel, Hollande discuss eastern Ukraine

    Ukrainian president hits out a Russian “aggression”, claims ceasefire breaches ongoing …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Russian poet Evgeny Yevtushenko, who broke silence over Babi Yar, dies at 84
    Apr02

    Russian poet Evgeny Yevtushenko, who broke silence over Babi Yar, dies at 84

    Yevtushenko, whose famous poem commemorated the massacre of 33,771 Jews at the Kiev ravine, passed away on Sunday. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Kiev slams Eurovision call to lift ban on Russian singer
    Apr02

    Kiev slams Eurovision call to lift ban on Russian singer

    KIEV: Ukraine on Saturday complained of “unprecedented and unacceptable” calls from the Eurovision Song Contest’s organisers for it to lift an entry ban on Russia’s contestant. In an angry row ahead of the kitsch song contest in May to be hosted in Kiev, Ukraine has barred Russia’s 27-year-old singer Yulia Samoilova...

    Turkey replaces lost Russia wheat as trade spat rolls on
    Apr01

    Turkey replaces lost Russia wheat as trade spat rolls on

    Turkey is buying more wheat from other countries after restricting imports from its top supplier Russia as part of a food-trade dispute.In the last two weeks, Turkish firms agreed to import as much as 300,000 metric tonnes of Baltic grain, and more cargoes are being lined up, according to Linas Agro. That’s more than Turkey normally buys...

    To curb political violence in its name, Islam needs to be independent of political power, not reformed even further
    Apr01

    To curb political violence in its name, Islam needs to be independent of political power, not reformed even further

    When it comes to finding a solution to the current political violence in the name of Islam, the most common prognosis is that Islam needs reform to make it politically civil and compatible with liberal political principles. Such an assessment is puzzling, because reforms of Islam under the influence of the liberal West actually happened almost...

    Tillerson pushes US demand on Nato allies
    Apr01

    Tillerson pushes US demand on Nato allies

    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has reassured his nervous European counterparts over Washington’s commitment to Nato and pressed them again to spend more on defence, triggering a rebuke from Germany.Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said it was neither “reachable nor desirable” for Germany to spend the agreed Nato target of 2% of member...

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