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    This is where the Soviet Union ended
    Apr24

    This is where the Soviet Union ended

    Thirty years after the world’s worst nuclear accident on April 26, 1986, the Sunday Mail’s Nathan Morley reports from Chernobyl.This dangerous, highly contaminated place is the new star attraction in the niche travel market known as ‘Dark Tourism’ “It’s taken me four years to convince my wife to let me come here. If you...

    US protests Russia’s suspension of Crimean Tatar body
    Apr22

    US protests Russia’s suspension of Crimean Tatar body

    Moscow banned public gatherings, participation in elections, use of bank accounts …read more Source: World...

    UK report shows concern for Crimean Tatars’ rights
    Apr22

    UK report shows concern for Crimean Tatars’ rights

    UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office report notes arrests, torture and other ill treatment meted out to minority group …read more Source: World...

    Ukraine bill bans   all movies filmed   in Russia after ‘14
    Apr21

    Ukraine bill bans all movies filmed in Russia after ‘14

    MOSCOW: Ukraine has banned all movies filmed in Russia after 2014, when Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula. President Petro Poroshenko signed the bill on Wednesday which also bans all movies produced by Russian companies and Russian citizens after 1991 if they “glorify the work of government bodies” of Russia. Russian films and television...

    UK report shows concern for Crimean Tatars human rights
    Apr21

    UK report shows concern for Crimean Tatars human rights

    UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office report notes arrests, torture and other ill treatment meted out to minority group …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Sanctions against Russia must remain: Ukraine president
    Apr21

    Sanctions against Russia must remain: Ukraine president

    Ukraine’s president says sanctions against Russia must stay in place as long as hostilities in eastern Ukraine still continue …read more Source: The Daily...

    ‘Even a psychologist would need help here’: civilians lose hope in Ukraine’s hidden war
    Apr21

    ‘Even a psychologist would need help here’: civilians lose hope in Ukraine’s hidden war

    In the middle of the street, Tatiana Chernienko, 56, grabs my hands and presses them against her shin to feel the small and rock-hard little lumps beneath the skin.Ever since the mortar shelling in August 2014, Tatiana’s body has been full of metal splinters.”Look,” she says in an urgent tone, showing where her skin is marked by...

    Ukraine accuses Russia of troop build up on border
    Apr21

    Ukraine accuses Russia of troop build up on border

    The European Union has sanctioned Moscow military officials whom it accused of “being involved in supporting the deployment of Russian troops in Ukraine.” …read more Source: World...

    Pope calls for attention to the suffering in Ukraine
    Apr20

    Pope calls for attention to the suffering in Ukraine

    VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis is calling attention to the suffering in Ukraine caused by what he terms the “forgotten” armed conflict between government forces and Russian-backed rebels. At his weekly audience on Wednesday, Francis also renewed his call for generous contributions at Catholic churches in Europe on April 24 to help relieve the...

    ‘Profound disagreements’ at Nato-Russia talks
    Apr20

    ‘Profound disagreements’ at Nato-Russia talks

    BRUSSELS: Nato and Russia held “frank and serious” talks despite “profound disagreements” as their ambassadors met on Wednesday for the first time since 2014, alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg said. The two sides agreed to keep communicating following the meeting of the Nato-Russia Council, which has been on ice since the alliance cut practical...

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