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    Germany’s Steinmeier tells Russia, Ukraine to show ‘responsibility’ at Minsk talks
    Nov29

    Germany’s Steinmeier tells Russia, Ukraine to show ‘responsibility’ at Minsk talks

    BERLIN/MINSK (Reuters) – Germany’s foreign minister called on Ukraine and Russia to "show responsibility” and agree on a roadmap in four-way talks on Tuesday on how to implement last year’s ceasefire accord for eastern Ukraine, but dampened hopes for a breakthrough. The post Germany’s Steinmeier tells Russia, Ukraine...

    One in seven with HIV in Europe unaware of infection
    Nov29

    One in seven with HIV in Europe unaware of infection

    Europe registered its highest number of new HIV cases in a single year in 2015, at 153,407 cases, up from 142,000 in 2014, the WHO said © AFP/File / Jody AmietStockholm, Sweden, Nov 29 – One in seven people with HIV in Europe is unaware of their infection, the EU and World Health Organization reported Tuesday as 2015 marked another record year...

    Ukraine moves giant new safety dome over Chernobyl
    Nov29

    Ukraine moves giant new safety dome over Chernobyl

    by Oleksandr SAVOCHENKO Ukraine on Tuesday unveiled the world’s largest moveable metal structure over the Chernobyl nuclear power plant’s doomed fourth reactor to ensure the safety of Europeans for future generations. …read more Source: Daily...

    Ukraine’s Yanukovich blames radicals for bloodshed at Maidan protests
    Nov28

    Ukraine’s Yanukovich blames radicals for bloodshed at Maidan protests

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s former president Viktor Yanukovich on Monday blamed armed nationalist radicals for fomenting violence in the 2014 Maidan protests that led to scores of protesters being killed and ultimately prompted him to flee into exile. The post Ukraine’s Yanukovich blames radicals for bloodshed at Maidan protests...

    Polish PM calls for ‘good compromise’ on Brexit
    Nov28

    Polish PM calls for ‘good compromise’ on Brexit

    Poland’s prime minister called Monday for a Brexit “compromise” and said Europeans in Britain and Britons in Europe should not be “made to feel like hostages” as she kicked off a landmark trip to London. Britain’s shock vote in June to leave the European Union sparked fear among the 800,000 Poles living in Britain, particularly...

    Germany has only modest hopes for Ukraine talks on Tuesday
    Nov28

    Germany has only modest hopes for Ukraine talks on Tuesday

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany has only modest expectations for a meeting of foreign ministers in Minsk on Tuesday to discuss plans for implementing a ceasefire agreement for eastern Ukraine, a foreign ministry spokesman said on Monday. The post Germany has only modest hopes for Ukraine talks on Tuesday appeared first on LIBYA NEWS TODAY. …read...

    Bundesliga: Two-goal Ibisevic sent off as Hertha go third
    Nov28

    Bundesliga: Two-goal Ibisevic sent off as Hertha go third

    His dismissal came after Mainz's defensive midfielder Jean-Philippe Gbamin was also sent for an early shower. Vedad Ibisevic scored both goals before being sent off in Hertha Berlin’s 2-1 comeback win over Mainz to lift his side to third in the Bundesliga on Sunday.Both teams finished with ten men for the final quarter of an hour as...

    Conservative Fillon wins French presidential primary
    Nov28

    Conservative Fillon wins French presidential primary

    French member of Parliament and candidate for the right-wing primaries ahead of France’s 2017 presidential elections, Francois Fillon delivers a speech following the first results of the primary’s second round on November 27, 2016 © AFP / Eric FeferbergPARIS, Nov 28 – Francois Fillon, a conservative reformist promising to shrink the...

    World reacts to death of Cuba’s Fidel Castro
    Nov26

    World reacts to death of Cuba’s Fidel Castro

    The death of Cuba’s Fidel Castro prompted reaction across the spectrum Saturday with some world leaders describing him as a friend and ally, while rights groups recalled his repression of basic freedoms. Here are some responses to the death of the 90-year-old Cold War icon, whose life was defined by his resistance to the capitalist United...

    Ukraine’s missile test plans near Crimea heat up row with Russia
    Nov26

    Ukraine’s missile test plans near Crimea heat up row with Russia

    Moscow protested against Ukraine’s plans to carry out missile tests near Crimea, which Russia annexed in 2014 following the toppling of a pro-Russian Ukrainian president, raising the temperature in the dispute between the two countries. Russian aviation agency Rosaviatsia said late on Friday it has received a notification from Ukraine on...

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