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    European Union: EU rolls over Crimea sanctions for another year
    Jun19

    European Union: EU rolls over Crimea sanctions for another year

    The European Union on Monday rolled over for another year sanctions imposed to protest Russia's 2014 annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, which the bloc deems illegal. The European Union on Monday rolled over for another year sanctions imposed to protest Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, which the bloc deems illegal.The...

    European Union extends Crimea sanctions by another year
    Jun19

    European Union extends Crimea sanctions by another year

    European Union member states have voted to extend sanctions imposed on Crimea for one more year. The bloc is also expected to prolong sanctions on Russia for its involvement in the conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine LGBT community marches through Kyiv for gay pride parade
    Jun18

    Ukraine LGBT community marches through Kyiv for gay pride parade

    Some 2,500 people have taken part in the “March of Equality” in downtown Kiyv, with the authorities deploying thousands of security forces to ensure safety. A group of ultranationalists attempted to disrupt the event. …read more Source:...

    People in Odessa Commemorate 2014 Massacre Every Month, Call for Justice
    Jun18

    People in Odessa Commemorate 2014 Massacre Every Month, Call for Justice

    RICHMOND (Sputnik) — The people of the Ukrainian city of Odessa come together every month to commemorate those who were killed in the deadly fire in the city’s Trade Unions House, and urge the investigation to bring those responsible to justice, activist from Odessa Alexander Prigarin told Sputnik on Sunday. “Every month we hold memorial...

    eNCA | Ukrainian reporter-blogger feared captured by rebels
    Jun17

    eNCA | Ukrainian reporter-blogger feared captured by rebels

    Stanyslav Aseyev, a freelance contributor to US-funded Radio Free Europe, has been missing since 2 June. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Migrants: The Time Bomb That Could Tear Poland Apart
    Jun17

    Ukrainian Migrants: The Time Bomb That Could Tear Poland Apart

    In an interview with Sputnik, Polish politician and journalist Konrad Rekas said that Talaga’s opinion is fully shared by Vice Premier Jaroslaw Gowin. “The problem is that Poles are wary of an uncontrolled influx of refugees from Ukraine. Jaroslaw Gowin said that Poland would be better off hiring Ukrainian migrants than those from the...

    Putin says US sanctions will ‘complicate relations’
    Jun17

    Putin says US sanctions will ‘complicate relations’

    Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks with journalists after his annual phone-in show in Moscow, on June 15, 2017 © AFP / Kirill KUDRYAVTSEVMoscow, Russian Federation, Jun 17 – New US sanctions on Russia approved by the Senate will complicate the countries’ relations, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a TV interview Saturday. “Of...

    US Must Accept Crimea’s Decision to Join Russia, Drop Sanctions – Activist Group
    Jun17

    US Must Accept Crimea’s Decision to Join Russia, Drop Sanctions – Activist Group

    RICHMOND (Sputnik) — The United States should recognize that Crimea has chosen to be part of Russia and immediately lift sanctions against Moscow, Popular Resistance activist group Co-Director Kevin Zeese told Sputnik at a national antiwar conference. On Friday, the United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC) hosted a conference in Richmond,...

    Politics: There’s a theme emerging in Mueller’s Russia probe that could prove damning for Trump
    Jun16

    Politics: There’s a theme emerging in Mueller’s Russia probe that could prove damning for Trump

    Robert Mueller, the special counsel in the Trump-Russia probe, has moved to hire an all-star team in recent days. Mueller, who was appointed as special counsel last month to lead the probe into Russia’s election interference, is also homing in on money laundering and the business dealings of Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser,...

    UNICEF: East Ukraine fighting imperils water access for 750,00 children
    Jun16

    UNICEF: East Ukraine fighting imperils water access for 750,00 children

    At least 750,000 children in eastern Ukraine are at imminent risk of losing access to safe water supplies after a surge in fighting between the government and separatist rebels, a UN report said Friday. At least 750,000 children in eastern Ukraine are at imminent risk of losing access to safe water supplies after a surge in fighting between the...

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