: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Central America, Mexico & Caribbean

Ukraine Hinders Minks Peace Agreements, Dennounces Russia
Feb19

Ukraine Hinders Minks Peace Agreements, Dennounces Russia

19 de febrero de 2016, 12:18Moscow, Feb 19 (Prensa Latina) Russian representative to the Security and Cooperation Organization in Europe (SCOE), Alexandr Lukashevich, today said that Ukraine continues hindering the implementation of the agreements signed in Minsk on February 12, 2105. …read more Source: Prensa...

Pellegrini set to play scratch side in Chelsea cup tie
Feb19

Pellegrini set to play scratch side in Chelsea cup tie

Pellegrini encouraged Manchester City’s youngsters to shine Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini maintained his stance that he will field a weakened side for Sunday’s FA Cup fifth-round trip to Chelsea. League Cup finalists City remain in the hunt for honours across four competitions, although their Premier League title hopes...

UN says conflict in Ukraine has affected 580,000 children
Feb19

UN says conflict in Ukraine has affected 580,000 children

The United Nations children’s agency says the conflict in Ukraine has deeply affected 580,000 children close to the front lines and in areas not under government control in the volatile east. UNICEF said in a statement released late Thursday that 200,000 youngsters — more than a third — need psycho-social support. Giovanna Barberis,...

Ukraine Violates Minks Agreements, Warns Putin
Feb18

Ukraine Violates Minks Agreements, Warns Putin

18 de febrero de 2016, 10:05Moscow, Feb 18 (Prensa Latina) Russian President Vladimir Putin today stated that it has no sense to link the lift of sanctions against Russia with the Minsk agreements because Ukraine is not fulfilling the agreements signed in Belarus on February 12, 2015. …read more Source: Prensa...

Tymoshenko””s Party Leaves Ukrainian Parliament Coalition
Feb17

Tymoshenko””s Party Leaves Ukrainian Parliament Coalition

17 de febrero de 2016, 10:54Kiev, Feb 17 (Prensa Latina) Batkivshyna Party leader Yulia Tymoshenko announced today that her faction was leaving the ruling parliamentary coalition in Ukraine, following the fallout from the no-confidence vote against the government led by Arseny Yatseniuk. …read more Source: Prensa...

Former ACP Les Green to testify today at Tivoli Commission of Enquiry
Feb16

Former ACP Les Green to testify today at Tivoli Commission of Enquiry

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Retired Assistant Commission of Police Les Green is expected to testify from the Ukraine via video link at today’s sitting of the Tivoli Enquiry Commission, which is now in its final week at the Jamaica Conference Centre downtown Kingston. …read more Source: Jamaica...

Putin, Obama discuss Syria
Feb15

Putin, Obama discuss Syria

U.S. President Barack Obama discussed the conflicts in Syria and Ukraine with Russian President Vladimir Putin. REUTERS PHOTO/KEVIN LAMARQUE MOSCOW – Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama have held a telephone conversation about the Syrian war and the unresolved conflict in Ukraine. A White House statement said the conversation between the Russian and...

Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea
Feb15

Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea

Elnara Asanova lives alone with her four small children because her husband, an ethnic Tatar, is in jail. Last April, when she was seven months pregnant, police grabbed him from the streets of their village because he had taken part in a Tatar protest against Russian annexation of Crimea. She is not allowed to visit him, so she travels to every...

Russia, facing widespread criticism, denies bombing civilians in Syria
Feb13

Russia, facing widespread criticism, denies bombing civilians in Syria

France led international criticism of Russia on Saturday for bombing civilians in Syria, a charge Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev rejected as major powers bickered openly just a day after they agreed a pause in combat in Syria. The differences between the stakeholders in a Syria settlement highlighted their lingering divisions despite...

After 1,000-year split, pope and Russian patriarch embrace in Cuba
Feb13

After 1,000-year split, pope and Russian patriarch embrace in Cuba

Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill embraced and kissed on Friday in a historic meeting, uniting to issue a global appeal for the protection of Christians under assault in the Middle East. Nearly 1,000 years after the Eastern and Western branches of Christianity split apart, the meeting at an airport terminal in Cuba was the first...

Pin It on Pinterest