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    Ukraine bars French lawmakers after visit to Crimea
    Jul31

    Ukraine bars French lawmakers after visit to Crimea

    Ukraine has officially blacklisted a group of French lawmakers who paid a highly-publicized visit to the Crimea region. The National Security Service of Ukraine, also known as the SBU, on Thursday imposed the bans on 10 right-wing members of France’s lower and upper houses of parliament, barring them from entry into the country for three...

    US imposes more sanctions against Russia
    Jul31

    US imposes more sanctions against Russia

    The US imposes further sanctions against Russia over the events in eastern Ukraine and Crimea …read more Source: World...

    Kiev warns against visiting Crimea without permit
    Jul31

    Kiev warns against visiting Crimea without permit

    Kiev has banned nine French lawmakers from entering Ukraine after they visited Crimea last week. …read more Source:...

    Countries seek court for downed Flight MH17
    Jul31

    Countries seek court for downed Flight MH17

    The five countries investigating the downing of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine a year ago are considering setting up an independent international tribunal after Russia vetoed attempts to establish a U.N.-backed court to prosecute suspects. …read more Source: The Daily...

    US imposes further sanctions on Russia
    Jul30

    US imposes further sanctions on Russia

    The Obama administration has imposed sanctions on eleven more people and 15 more companies over Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Abbott slams ‘outrageous’ Russian MH17 veto
    Jul30

    Abbott slams ‘outrageous’ Russian MH17 veto

    SYDNEY: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Thursday Russia’s “outrageous” veto of a UN resolution to establish a special tribunal to try those who shot down flight MH17 over Ukraine reinforced concerns Moscow was protecting the perpetrators. Eleven of the 15 members of the Security Council voted in favour late on Wednesday of the...

    EU to extend relief for farmers hit by Russia sanctions
    Jul30

    EU to extend relief for farmers hit by Russia sanctions

    MOSCOW: The EU said on Thursday it will extend until next year a multi-million euro aid package to help struggling European farmers hit by Russian sanctions over the Ukraine crisis. The European Commission, the executive arm of the 28-nation European Union, said it was finalising details after Russian President Vladimir Putin last month extended...

    Four civilians killed in Ukraine fighting
    Jul30

    Four civilians killed in Ukraine fighting

    KIEV: Four civilians were killed in intense shelling attacks between the Ukrainian army and pro-Russian rebels in the separatist east of the war-torn state, officials from both sides said on Thursday. “Two civilians were killed as a result of shelling in Dzerzhynsk,” about 50 kilometres north of the rebels’ de facto capital Donetsk,...

    Ukraine bars French lawmakers after visit to Crimea
    Jul30

    Ukraine bars French lawmakers after visit to Crimea

    Ukraine bans 10 French lawmakers from entering the country following a controversial visit to Crimea. …read more Source:...

    WHO: At least 68 children killed in East Ukraine conflict
    Jul30

    WHO: At least 68 children killed in East Ukraine conflict

    World Health Organization Spokesman Tarik Jasarevic said at least 68 children have been killed and about 183 have been injured in the conflict in Eastern Ukraine since mid-April 2014. According to Itar-Tass, he said that according to information available by July 24, at least 68 children had been killed and 183 had been injured. WHO spokesman...

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