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    Seven soldiers, one civilian killed in eastern Ukraine
    Oct30

    Seven soldiers, one civilian killed in eastern Ukraine

    Seven Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the past day of fighting with pro-Russian rebels in the east of the country, the military said, the biggest daily toll in more than two weeks. …read more Source: The Sunday...

    Ukrainian premier wants to lead talks
    Oct30

    Ukrainian premier wants to lead talks

    Prime Minister Yatsenyuk says his party will draw up its own coalition framework and invite more parties to seal a pact within 20 days …read more Source: Business...

    Nato reports Russian air activity in EU airspace
    Oct29

    Nato reports Russian air activity in EU airspace

    Nato said it had tracked four groups of Russian warplanes “conducting significant military manoeuvres” in European airspace over the past two days. …read more Source:...

    Russia pledges to recognise Ukraine separatists’ elections
    Oct29

    Russia pledges to recognise Ukraine separatists’ elections

    Moscow fuelling tensions with the country’s newly elected pro-Western leaders as they negotiate on forming a coalition government …read more Source: Business...

    Russian income slump saps BP profits
    Oct29

    Russian income slump saps BP profits

    BP’s third-quarter results took a hit from declining oil prices and a sharp drop in income from Russia as Western sanctions on Moscow led to a slump in earnings from the oil major’s local partner, Kremlin-controlled Rosneft. ||| Dmitry Zhdannikov and Ron Bousso LondonBP’S THIRD-QUARTER results took a hit from declining oil...

    ‘Ukraine unlikely to get IMF tranche this year’
    Oct28

    ‘Ukraine unlikely to get IMF tranche this year’

    Ukraine is unlikely to receive a second tranche of a $17-billion (R186 billion) loan programme from the International Monetary Fund this year as expected, Finance Minister Oleksander Shlapak said. ||| Kiev – Ukraine is unlikely to receive a second tranche of a $17-billion (R186 billion) loan programme from the International Monetary Fund...

    Rebel vote undermines peace – Ukraine
    Oct28

    Rebel vote undermines peace – Ukraine

    Russia’s announcement that it will recognise separatist elections in eastern Ukraine “undermines” peace efforts, a Ukrainian official said. …read more Source:...

    BP posts slump in Russian income
    Oct28

    BP posts slump in Russian income

    BP’s third-quarter results took a hit from declining oil prices and a sharp drop in income from Russia as Western sanctions on Moscow led to a slump in earnings from the oil major’s local partner, Kremlin-controlled Rosneft. ||| London – BP’s third-quarter results took a hit from declining oil prices and a sharp drop in...

    Russia to support rebel polls
    Oct28

    Russia to support rebel polls

    Russia plans to recognise elections being organised by rebels in the restive eastern Ukraine, it said. …read more Source:...

    Russian sanctions hurt mine magnates
    Oct28

    Russian sanctions hurt mine magnates

    Russia’s mining billionaires are starting to feel the sting of economic sanctions. ||| Yuliya Fedorinova and Alex Sazonov MoscowRussia’s mining billionaires are starting to feel the sting of economic sanctions.Mikhail Prokhorov, whose investment empire stretches from the world’s largest aluminium maker to the Brooklyn Nets...

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