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    Ukraine PM suggests temporary ban on goods deliveries to Crimea
    Nov23

    Ukraine PM suggests temporary ban on goods deliveries to Crimea

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk Monday mooted a temporary ban on the delivery of goods to the Crimean peninsula which was annexed by Russia last year …read more Source: The Daily...

    Most of Crimea still without electricity
    Nov23

    Most of Crimea still without electricity

    Transmission towers along all four of power lines leading to Crimea were blown up two days ago, and activists reportedly have been preventing engineers from reaching the sites to carry out repairs …read more Source: World...

    Ukrainian far-right hold anti-government rally in Kiev
    Nov23

    Ukrainian far-right hold anti-government rally in Kiev

    Ukrainian nationalists have held an anti-government protest in Kiev. …read more Source:...

    Crimea declares emergency after power lines blown up
    Nov22

    Crimea declares emergency after power lines blown up

    CRIMEA: Crimea declared a state of emergency on Sunday after its main electricity power lines from Ukraine were blown up, leaving the Russian-annexed peninsula in darkness after the second such attack in a matter of days. Crimea depends on Ukraine for its electricity supplies, providing only 30 per cent of its own energy, according to the...

    Russia serious about solution in Syria, German minister says
    Nov22

    Russia serious about solution in Syria, German minister says

    By Noah Barkin Russia feels increasingly under threat from developments in the Middle East and appears to be serious about cooperating with western countries to resolve the war in Syria, Germany’s foreign minister said on Sunday. Frank-Walter Steinmeier, whose Social Democrats (SPD) are traditionally more friendly towards Moscow than...

    West embargo on Russia to prove counterproductive: Analyst
    Nov22

    West embargo on Russia to prove counterproductive: Analyst

    An analyst says the West embargo on Russia will not do anything to help the situation in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Drastic drop in Sharm el-Sheikh tourism after crash of Russian jet
    Nov22

    Drastic drop in Sharm el-Sheikh tourism after crash of Russian jet

    After a plane carrying Russian holidaymakers crashed from the sky last month, tour operators rushed to evacuate tourists and suspended flights. Naomi Conrad reports from a town desperately hoping for a tourism revival. On a balmy evening in Sharm el-Sheikh, Ali despondently surveyed his tiny, mirror-lined shop, its shelves neatly stacked with...

    Crimea declares state of emergency following power outage
    Nov22

    Crimea declares state of emergency following power outage

    The Crimean Peninsula, which seceded from Ukraine and rejoined Russia in March last year, has declared a state of emergency after its major electricity power lines from Ukraine were “blown up,” causing a power outage there. Citing a switch-off of electricity coming into the region from Ukraine in the early hours of the day, the Crimean branch of...

    Crimea without power from Ukraine after electricity pylons “blown up”
    Nov22

    Crimea without power from Ukraine after electricity pylons “blown up”

    Crimea was left without electricity supplies from Ukraine Sunday after pylons carrying power lines to the Russia-annexed peninsula were blown up overnight …read more Source: The Daily...

    State of emergency declared in Crimea after electricity pylons ‘blown up’
    Nov22

    State of emergency declared in Crimea after electricity pylons ‘blown up’

    A state of emergency has been declared in Crimea after pylons carrying electricity from Ukraine were blown up cutting off power to almost two million people, media and the Russian government said on Sunday. The Russian Energy Ministry didn’t say what had caused the outages, but Russian media reported that two pylons in the Kherson region of...

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