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    West clings to fraying Ukraine peace deal
    May18

    West clings to fraying Ukraine peace deal

    The US and EU are backing a three month ceasefire, despite the fraying peace deal in the Ukraine …read more Source: World...

    Russia unveils   bust of Putin as   Roman emperor
    May17

    Russia unveils bust of Putin as Roman emperor

    MOSCOW: A group of supporters of Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday presented a bust of the strongman depicting him in the heroic guise of a Roman emperor. “We wanted to immortalise Vladimir Putin as a conqueror and statesman who returned Crimea to Russia,” said Andrei Polyakov, the head of a group of Cossacks outside the northwestern...

    Clashes in east Ukraine kill 3 soldiers, injure 17
    May17

    Clashes in east Ukraine kill 3 soldiers, injure 17

    At least three Ukrainian soldiers have been killed and 17 more injured after fresh clashes broke out between Kiev’s troops and pro-Russia forces in the east of the country despite a ceasefire agreement. …read more Source: Iran...

    Clashes in east Ukraine kill 3 soldiers, injure 17
    May17

    Clashes in east Ukraine kill 3 soldiers, injure 17

    A Ukrainian military spokesman says three soldiers have been killed and 17 more injured in fresh clashes in the east of the country. …read more Source:...

    Turkey wants EU sanctions on Egypt after Morsi verdict
    May17

    Turkey wants EU sanctions on Egypt after Morsi verdict

    Turkish President Erdoğan has called on the international community and the European Union to impose sanctions on Egypt after the death penalty given to former President Morsi, blasting them for remaining silent toward Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Anti-government rally in Macedonia over wire-tap revelations
    May17

    Anti-government rally in Macedonia over wire-tap revelations

    Thousands of protesters rallied in Macedonia on Sunday, demanding Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski resign over wire-tap revelations that have plunged the Balkan country into its worst political crisis since flirting with civil war in 2001. Crowds, including members of Macedonia’s ethnic Albanian minority, thronged the central avenue in front...

    US Holocaust museum censures Ukraine over decision to honor Nazi collaborators
    May17

    US Holocaust museum censures Ukraine over decision to honor Nazi collaborators

    Museum expresses deep concern over two bills passed by the Ukrainian parliament in April. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Ukraine says two Russian soldiers captured in east
    May17

    Ukraine says two Russian soldiers captured in east

    Ukraine has captured two Russian soldiers in its conflict with separatists in the country’s east, Kiev said Sunday …read more Source: The Daily...

    Macedonia protesters say to occupy streets until leader quits
    May17

    Macedonia protesters say to occupy streets until leader quits

    Anti-government protesters in Macedonia, due to gather on Sunday, say they will occupy downtown Skopje until embattled conservative Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski resigns over a flood of damaging wire-tap disclosures.Gruevski’s political opponents hope to rally tens of thousands in front of the prime minister’s office from 2 p.m....

    Ukrainian military: Three Ukrainian servicemen killed, 17 wounded in past 24 hours in east
    May17

    Ukrainian military: Three Ukrainian servicemen killed, 17 wounded in past 24 hours in east

    Three Ukrainian serviceman have been killed and 17 wounded in fresh separatist attacks in eastern Ukraine in violation of a ceasefire agreement, a Ukrainian military spokesman said on Sunday.Two of the deaths were a result of a mortar attack near the town of Svitlodarsk, northeast of separatist-controlled Donetsk, spokesman Andriy Lysenko said in...

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