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German Die Linke Lawmaker Denies Claims of Being Paid for Visiting Crimea
Apr26

German Die Linke Lawmaker Denies Claims of Being Paid for Visiting Crimea

SIMFEROPOL (Sputnik) – The chairman of the German Left Party (Die Linke) parliamentary faction in the town of Quakenbrueck, Andreas Maurer, said Wednesday that his opponents’ claims that he was paid to visit Crimea were lies. “In Germany, my opponents are trying to discredit our visits to Crimea, claiming that I get paid for it. This is a...

German Lawmaker Says Ukraine’s 2014 Coup ‘Organized by West’
Apr26

German Lawmaker Says Ukraine’s 2014 Coup ‘Organized by West’

SIMFEROPOL (Sputnik) — The state coup in Ukraine in 2014 was organized by the West, member of Germany’s ruling party Christian Democratic Union (CDU) Willy Wimmer said on Wednesday. Wimmer is currently visiting Crimea as a member of a delegation of lawmakers and businesspeople from Germany and Austria. “What happened in Ukraine in 2014,...

UEFA Charge Dynamo Kiev with Racist Behavior
Apr26

UEFA Charge Dynamo Kiev with Racist Behavior

In 2015, fans of the club were filmed attacking four black supporters during a home Champions League match with English Premier League side Chelsea. …read more Source:...

US Troops Reach Donbass, Supply Ukraine Govt With Instructors
Apr26

US Troops Reach Donbass, Supply Ukraine Govt With Instructors

The situation in the Donbass region that comprises of Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine has become worse in the past few days. …read more Source:...

OSCE to Launch Criminal Investigation after Worker Killed in East Ukraine
Apr26

OSCE to Launch Criminal Investigation after Worker Killed in East Ukraine

The secretary general of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe said on Tuesday that those responsible for the death of an OSCE worker in eastern Ukraine should be found and brought to justice. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

Kiev Concerned by Reports US Might Slash Financial Aid
Apr26

Kiev Concerned by Reports US Might Slash Financial Aid

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — On Monday, Foreign Policy magazine, citing a Department of State budget document, reported that the United States was considering cutting Ukraine financial aid by some 68.8 percent. “The Embassy is concerned with the information in American press on the United States Administration’s budget proposals that may envisage...

Politics: The Russians are using ‘a new style of attack’ against France’s frontrunner candidate
Apr26

Politics: The Russians are using ‘a new style of attack’ against France’s frontrunner candidate

A hacking group linked to Russia's military intelligence apparatus has begun taking aim at France's centrist presidential candidate, Emmanuel Macron. A hacking group linked by cybersecurity experts to Russia’s military intelligence apparatus has begun taking aim at France’s centrist presidential candidate, Emmanuel Macron,...

Politics: The elite Russian hackers taking aim at the West have a ‘deadly’ and ‘unprecedented’ new tool in their arsenal
Apr26

Politics: The elite Russian hackers taking aim at the West have a ‘deadly’ and ‘unprecedented’ new tool in their arsenal

A hacking group linked to Russia's military intelligence apparatus has begun taking aim at France's centrist presidential candidate, Emmanuel Macron. A hacking group linked by cybersecurity experts to Russia’s military intelligence apparatus has begun taking aim at France’s centrist presidential candidate, Emmanuel Macron,...

Washington Wants OSCE to Lead Investigation Into Deadly Car Blast in Ukraine
Apr26

Washington Wants OSCE to Lead Investigation Into Deadly Car Blast in Ukraine

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — The OSCE should lead the investigation into an explosion that killed one of its Special Monitoring Mission members in eastern Ukraine, US Department of State acting spokesperson Mark Toner said in a briefing on Tuesday. “We believe this should be an OSCE led investigation because we want to find out exactly what happened,”...

UN: Electricity Cuts Put Additional Burden on Civilian Population in Ukraine
Apr25

UN: Electricity Cuts Put Additional Burden on Civilian Population in Ukraine

UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) – The civilian population in Ukraine is already vulnerable due to the ongoing conflict and should not be put under additional pressure by electricity shortages, UN Secretary-General spokesman Stephane Dujarric said on Tuesday. “It is important that the civilian population that is trapped in the fighting should not be made...

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