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Ukraine troops and pro-Russia rebels agree Orthodox Easter ceasefire
Apr30

Ukraine troops and pro-Russia rebels agree Orthodox Easter ceasefire

Ukraine’s government has agreed a new truce with pro-Russian insurgents, which is set to take effect on Orthodox Easter weekend. The ceasefire comes amidst reports that fighting has reached levels not seen for months. …read more Source:...

‘Authorities are step-by-step escalating repression’ in Crimea
Apr29

‘Authorities are step-by-step escalating repression’ in Crimea

In an interview with DW, Mejlis Chairman Refat Chubarov explained what the recent ban of his organization means for the governing body of Crimean Tatars. He also criticized Russian authorities. …read more Source:...

‘Authorities are step-by-step escalating repression’
Apr29

‘Authorities are step-by-step escalating repression’

In an interview with DW, Mejlis Chairman Refat Chubarov explained what the recent ban of his organization means for the governing body of Crimean Tatars. He also criticized Russian authorities. …read more Source:...

France urged not to renew Russia sanctions
Apr28

France urged not to renew Russia sanctions

The French parliament on Thursday adopted a resolution urging the government not to back the extension of sanctions against Russia over the conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

Trump vows ‘America first’ foreign policy
Apr28

Trump vows ‘America first’ foreign policy

Republican White House frontrunner Donald Trump/AFPWASHINGTON, Apr 28 – Republican White House frontrunner Donald Trump promised a top-to-bottom overhaul of US foreign policy Wednesday to put “America first” and make its allies pay up. In a major foreign policy speech short on specifics that left Washington experts scratching their heads, Trump...

Jamaica in 10th spot on World Press Freedom Index
Apr28

Jamaica in 10th spot on World Press Freedom Index

For the second year in a row, Jamaica has made the top 10 of the World Press Freedom Index. Of the 180 countries listed in the Index that has been published annually by Reporters Without Borders since 2002, Jamaica is this year rated at number 10 behind leader, Finland, which has held the top spot since 2010. Interestingly, the number 10 place is...

Chernobyl Children Continue to Receive Treatment in Cuba 30 Years After Tragedy
Apr27

Chernobyl Children Continue to Receive Treatment in Cuba 30 Years After Tragedy

Cuba currently provides medical treatment to 800 children from Ukraine, Russia and Belarus, all affected by the April 1989, Chernobyl nuclear disaster. …read more Source: Radio Havana...

News24.com | Pregnant woman among 4 killed in east Ukraine
Apr27

News24.com | Pregnant woman among 4 killed in east Ukraine

Four civilians including a pregnant woman have been killed and eight others wounded when their cars came under mortar fire in war-torn eastern Ukraine, rebel officials say. …read more Source:...

Watchdog Report: World Press Freedom Hits 10-Year Low
Apr27

Watchdog Report: World Press Freedom Hits 10-Year Low

Freedom of the press declined across the globe last year to its lowest point in more than a decade, a Washington watchdog group has concluded. Freedom House, which advocates for the expansion of freedom and democracy around the world, said in a new report Wednesday that only one in seven people across the globe lives in countries where coverage...

Chernobyl Ghost Haunts Ukraine 30 Years After
Apr26

Chernobyl Ghost Haunts Ukraine 30 Years After

26 de abril de 2016, 11:57By Jorge Petinaud …read more Source: Prensa...

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