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    1000s of Ukrainians protest rising prices of utilities
    May17

    1000s of Ukrainians protest rising prices of utilities

    Thousands of Ukrainians have rallied in the capital, Kiev, to protest against the soaring prices of utilities, expressing anger at Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s economic policies. …read more Source: Iran...

    1000s of Ukrainians protest rising prices of utilities
    May17

    1000s of Ukrainians protest rising prices of utilities

    Thousands of Ukrainians hold a protest rally in the capital, Kiev, against the soaring prices of utilities. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine bans Soviet-era symbols
    May17

    Ukraine bans Soviet-era symbols

    Law criminalizes propaganda in favor of Soviet tradition, communism or Nazism, as Kiev pursues clear break from Soviet past. …read more Source: World...

    Iranian state media chiefs try to escape EU sanctions by denying role in human rights abuses
    May17

    Iranian state media chiefs try to escape EU sanctions by denying role in human rights abuses

    Justice for Iran (JFI) – 11 May 2015: Lawyers representing two of the most senior figures in Iran´s official media have argued that their clients bear no responsibility for the broadcast of forced confessions on state television. Mohammad Sarafraz, the head of Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), and Hamid Reza Emadi, the head of news...

    Ukraine bans Soviet-era symbols
    May17

    Ukraine bans Soviet-era symbols

    Law criminalizes propaganda in favor of Soviet tradition, communism or Nazism, as Kiev pursues clear break from Soviet past. …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Russia accuses West of trying to destabilise Macedonia
    May16

    Russia accuses West of trying to destabilise Macedonia

    MOSCOW: Russia accused “Western organisers” on Saturday of trying to foment a “colour revolution” in the troubled former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia, where political tensions are building ahead of an opposition rally on Sunday. “Colour revolution” is a term often used to describe popular uprisings in the former Soviet Union, including Ukraine,...

    Russia plans Crimea military boost to counter NATO
    May16

    Russia plans Crimea military boost to counter NATO

    Russia’s NATO envoy says Moscow plans to expand its military presence in Crimea in reaction to NATO’s moves in Eastern Europe. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine President Enacts Controversial Laws Banning Soviet Symbols
    May16

    Ukraine President Enacts Controversial Laws Banning Soviet Symbols

    TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Friday enacted laws banning Soviet symbols and communist-era propaganda, his office said, after the measures drew strong Russian criticism when they were approved by parliament last month. …read more Source: Tasnim News...

    Ukraine president enacts controversial laws banning Soviet symbols
    May16

    Ukraine president enacts controversial laws banning Soviet symbols

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Friday enacted laws banning Soviet symbols, his office said, after the measures drew strong Russian criticism when they were approved by parliament last month. The measures come as Ukraine’s pro-Western government seeks a complete break with its Soviet past and as its soldiers fight pro-Russian forces...

    Kerry arrives in Beijing for two-day visit
    May16

    Kerry arrives in Beijing for two-day visit

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has arrived in Beijing for a two-day visit to China. This is the sixth trip Kerry has made to China in his term of office. According to Xinhua, Kerry is expected to meet Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, to address a range of bilateral, regional, and global issues. The two sides will also work to prepare for the...

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