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    Russia starts naval shipbuilding in Crimea
    May12

    Russia starts naval shipbuilding in Crimea

    Russia has resumed shipbuilding on the disputed peninsula since Russia annexed it from Ukraine in 2014. …read more Source: World...

    IMF: Global corruption costs trillions in bribes, lost growth
    May12

    IMF: Global corruption costs trillions in bribes, lost growth

    Public sector corruption siphons $1.5 trillion to $2 trillion annually from the global economy in bribes and costs far more in stunted economic growth, lost tax revenues and sustained poverty, the International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday. In a new research paper, the IMF said that tackling corruption is critical for the achievement of...

    No breakthrough in Ukraine cease-fire talks
    May12

    No breakthrough in Ukraine cease-fire talks

    Russian and Ukrainian foreign ministers fail to bridge differences on key political steps, says German FM …read more Source: World...

    Masterpieces lost in Italy museum heist recovered in Ukraine
    May12

    Masterpieces lost in Italy museum heist recovered in Ukraine

    Paintings including masterpieces by Rubens and Tintoretto that were stolen from a Verona museum last year have been found in Ukraine, Italy’s culture minister said Wednesday. …read more Source: Muscat...

    Moscow, Keiv agree on Ukraine demilitarized zone
    May12

    Moscow, Keiv agree on Ukraine demilitarized zone

    Moscow and Kiev reach agreement over establishing demilitarized zones in areas held by pro-Russia fighters in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    No breakthrough in Ukraine cease-fire talks
    May11

    No breakthrough in Ukraine cease-fire talks

    Russian and Ukrainian foreign ministers fail to bridge differences on key political steps, says German FM …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Ukraine recovers 17 paintings stolen from Verona museum
    May11

    Ukraine recovers 17 paintings stolen from Verona museum

    Ukraine has recovered 17 paintings, including works by Peter Paul Rubens and Tintoretto, stolen by armed robbers from the Castelvecchio museum in Verona last year, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Wednesday …read more Source: The Daily...

    Putin says Crimea now free of reliance on Kiev for its power
    May11

    Putin says Crimea now free of reliance on Kiev for its power

    Russian President Vladimir Putin oversaw the launch of a fourth and final line supplying electricity from Russia to Crimea Wednesday, saying the project had broken an energy blockage he accused Kiev of imposing on the peninsula …read more Source: The Daily...

    Ukraine seeks ‘genocide’ tag for 1944 deportations
    May11

    Ukraine seeks ‘genocide’ tag for 1944 deportations

    Parliament approves motion calling for international community to classify Soviet exile of Crimean Tatars as ‘genocide’ …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Hackers reveal details of reporters accredited with Ukraine rebels
    May11

    Hackers reveal details of reporters accredited with Ukraine rebels

    Ukrainian and foreign reporters Wednesday lashed out at pro-Kiev hackers who revealed details of thousands of journalists who were accredited with the self-declared authorities of the separatist east in order to cover the war …read more Source: The Daily...

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