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eNCA | Gatherings mark anniversary of Russia’s annexation of Crimea
Mar18

eNCA | Gatherings mark anniversary of Russia’s annexation of Crimea

The annexation was widely denounced by the West, and both the United States and the European Union imposed sanction on Russia in response. …read more Source:...

Opinion: Kyiv risks divided Ukraine
Mar18

Opinion: Kyiv risks divided Ukraine

As tempers flare in Ukraine, it is Kyiv – of all actors – that is actually undermining national unity. The Poroshenko administration’s blockade of occupied Donbass could lead to the demise of the east, says Bernd Johann. …read more Source:...

EU, Ukraine, Russia to Hold Three-party Gas Talks
Mar18

EU, Ukraine, Russia to Hold Three-party Gas Talks

“The aim of the trilateral meetings is to ensure continued gas supplies and transit,” the European Commission said in a statement. …read more Source:...

German Minister Says Europe, U.S. Should Stick to Russia Sanctions
Mar17

German Minister Says Europe, U.S. Should Stick to Russia Sanctions

BERLIN – Europe and the United States should keep sanctions in place against Russia until there is progress in implementing the 2015 Minsk accords aimed at ending the violence in eastern Ukraine, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said. Tensions are again running high between the Ukrainian government and pro-Russian separatists: Kiev this...

For the Kremlin, Boosting Turnout is Key Task for 2018 Vote
Mar17

For the Kremlin, Boosting Turnout is Key Task for 2018 Vote

MOSCOW – With a year to go before Russia’s presidential election, there’s little room for intrigue. President Vladimir Putin is set to glide easily to another term against a familiar pack of torpid rivals — leftovers from past races. But the Kremlin must figure out how to overcome one major problem in Russia’s political...

In Ukraine: Trade war drives fresh wedge between govt and rebels
Mar17

In Ukraine: Trade war drives fresh wedge between govt and rebels

It was always an uncomfortable paradox for Ukraine's warring sides: while Kiev and Russian-backed rebels battled each other for nearly three years, trade kept flowing across the frontline. It was always an uncomfortable paradox for Ukraine’s warring sides: while Kiev and Russian-backed rebels battled each other for nearly three years,...

KUTANA NA WATOTO WENYE NGUVU ZAIDI DUNIANI
Mar17

KUTANA NA WATOTO WENYE NGUVU ZAIDI DUNIANI

KILA mtoto ana kipaji tofauti na hukionesha kwa njia tofauti. Wakati baadhi wanaweza kuwa wazuri katika uchoraji, wengine hujikita zaidi katika michezo na wachache wengine wakifanya kweli darasani. Lakini umewahi kusikia au kuona watoto wakifanya yao katika kunyanyua vitu vizito au kujenga mwili kwa mazoezi makali, ambayo watu wazima...

US ‘condemns Russian occupation of Crimea’
Mar17

US ‘condemns Russian occupation of Crimea’

The US has accused Russia of implementing a policy of repression on the Crimean peninsula and called for the occupation to end. But three years after the annexation of Crimea, signs of Russia’s withdrawal remain elusive. …read more Source:...

Poroshenko Proposes Bill to Bulletproof Sovereignty on Eastern Ukraine
Mar17

Poroshenko Proposes Bill to Bulletproof Sovereignty on Eastern Ukraine

The political debate over the sovereignty of the eastern Ukrainian regions was ongoing on Thursday following a televised interview in which Ukraine’s president said he would propose a bill to secure Kiev’s authority in the restive Donbass area. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

Ukraine Imposes Sanctions on Russian Banks
Mar16

Ukraine Imposes Sanctions on Russian Banks

MOSCOW — Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko signed an order Thursday imposing sanctions on Russian-owned banks in Kiev’s latest protest against Russian support for separatists in the east of the country. The move will stop Ukrainian affiliates of three Russian financial institutions from moving capital abroad, according to a statement on...

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