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Swine Fever in Crimea: Possible Anti-Russian Biological Warfare
Feb10

Swine Fever in Crimea: Possible Anti-Russian Biological Warfare

10 de febrero de 2016, 08:51By Jorge Petinaud …read more Source: Prensa...

Russian Airborne Forces Ready Maneuver in Southern Russia
Feb09

Russian Airborne Forces Ready Maneuver in Southern Russia

09 de febrero de 2016, 08:50Moscow, Feb 9 (Prensa Latina) The Ministry of Defence confirmed today that units of the Russian Airborne Forces (VDV) are moving toward their zone of maneuvers in southwestern Russia as part of the surprise inspection to that military district, which began yesterday. A statement from the ministry said that the surprise...

Expectations in Ukraine for Meeting of Ruling Coalition
Feb08

Expectations in Ukraine for Meeting of Ruling Coalition

08 de febrero de 2016, 09:19Kiev, Feb 8 (Prensa Latina) The possible dismissal of Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatseniuk, and a hypothetical return to the Government of the Minister of Economy and Trade, Aivaras Abromavicius, generate expectations of today”"s meeting of the Council of the majority coalition. …read more Source:...

Pope Francis, Russian Orthodox Church leader plan historic meeting in Cuba
Feb05

Pope Francis, Russian Orthodox Church leader plan historic meeting in Cuba

VATICAN CITY – In an historic step to heal the 1,000-year schism that split Christianity, Pope Francis and the leader of the Russian Orthodox Church will meet in Cuba next week in an attempt to begin bridging the church’s East-West divide. The Feb. 12 meeting between Francis and Patriarch Kirill was announced Friday by both churches. It...

Economy head quits in Ukraine
Feb05

Economy head quits in Ukraine

Abromavicius steps down citing corruption Ukraine’s Economy Minister Aivaras Abromavicius, a Lithuanian former asset-manager, resigned Wednesday. REUTERS PHOTO/VALENTYN OGIRENKO BY NATALIA ZINETS Reuters KIEV, Ukraine – Ukrainian Economy Minister Aivaras Abromavicius quit on Wednesday saying his ministry was being hijacked by corrupt vested...

Ukraine’s Poroshenko sees increased risk of open war with Russia
Feb03

Ukraine’s Poroshenko sees increased risk of open war with Russia

The risk of open war between Russia and Ukraine is greater than it was a year ago and Russian President Vladimir Putin has begun an “information war” against Germany, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko told the German newspaper Bild. Poroshenko, who met German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on Monday, said Russia had implemented “not one...

Guardiola to become Man City manager, replacing Pellegrini
Feb02

Guardiola to become Man City manager, replacing Pellegrini

Pep Guardiola and Manchester City have long been considered a likely match: Soccer’s most admired coach and a club with massive spending power seeking to become the dominant force in Europe. It’s been four years in the making, but finally they’ll be united. City announced Monday that Guardiola will take over as manager on a...

Ukraine Denies Special Status to Rebel Territories
Feb01

Ukraine Denies Special Status to Rebel Territories

01 de febrero de 2016, 00:02Kiev, Feb 1 (Prensa Latina) The Chairman of the Russian Supreme Rada (unicameral Parliament), Vladimir Groisman, said today that the amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine exclude autonomy, federalization or special status of the rebel territories of the Donbass. …read more Source: Prensa...

Resignation of Ukrainian Prime Minister Is Possible
Jan29

Resignation of Ukrainian Prime Minister Is Possible

29 de enero de 2016, 10:16Kiev, Jan 29 (Prensa Latina) The leader of Petro Poroshenko”"s parliamentary faction (BPP), Yuri Lutsenko, admitted today the possibility that the government will resign, including the prime minister and head of the Popular Front Party (FP), Arseni Yatseniuk. …read more Source: Prensa...

Romania offers Moldova $65 million loan to spur reforms
Jan26

Romania offers Moldova $65 million loan to spur reforms

Romania’s prime minister offered Moldova a loan of 60 million euros ($65 million) on Tuesday to prevent economic collapse in the impoverished ex-Soviet republic — if certain conditions are met. To get the money, Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos said Moldova will have to reform its justice system, fight corruption, sign a draft agreement for a...

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