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    Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to Ukraine appointed
    Nov16

    Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to Ukraine appointed

    Bishkek, Nov. 16, 2017 /Kabar/. Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambayev signed a decree according to which Sharipov Zhusupbek Sharipovich was appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kyrgyz Republic in Ukraine, the President’s press service reported. By another Decree Sharipov Zhusupbek Sharipovich was dismissed from his...

    In first, Putin speaks to Ukraine’s separatist leaders to discuss prisoner swap
    Nov16

    In first, Putin speaks to Ukraine’s separatist leaders to discuss prisoner swap

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has spoken to eastern Ukraine’s rebel leaders to discuss a prisoner swap, his first publicly acknowledged direct contact with the two pro-Russian separatist republics. The…Click To Continue …read more Source: Daily...

    In first, Putin speaks with Ukraine’s separatist leaders
    Nov16

    In first, Putin speaks with Ukraine’s separatist leaders

    MOSCOW (AFP): Russian President Vladimir Putin has spoken to eastern Ukraine’s rebel leaders to discuss a prisoner swap, his first publicly acknowledged direct contact with the two pro-Russian separatist republics. The Kremlin said late Wednesday that Putin spoke by telephone with Alexander Zakharchenko, leader of the self-proclaimed...

    Ukrainian Parliament Passes Bill To Protect Businesses From Abuse By Law Enforcement

    The Ukrainian parliament has passed a bill that amends existing legislation to protect businesses against extortion, harassment, and illegal searches by law enforcement agencies. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    In first, Putin speaks with Ukraine?s separatist leaders
    Nov16

    In first, Putin speaks with Ukraine?s separatist leaders

    Putin’s shift in his approach to Ukraine has been unexpected. — ReutersMOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin has spoken to eastern Ukraine’s rebel leaders to discuss a prisoner swap, his first publicly acknowledged direct contact with the two pro-Russian separatist republics.The Kremlin said late Wednesday that Putin spoke by...

    Ukraine investigators fear corruption cases could get buried
    Nov16

    Ukraine investigators fear corruption cases could get buried

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian investigators fear corruption probes could get buried because the national anti-corruption bureau will soon be flooded by thousands of old cases and recently passed legislation could further hobble their work. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine Investigators Fear Corruption Cases Could Get Buried
    Nov16

    Ukraine Investigators Fear Corruption Cases Could Get Buried

    By Matthias Williams and Pavel PolityukKIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian investigators fear corruption probes could get buried because the national… …read more Source: U.S....

    Trump Biz Ally Agrees To Give Interview In Senate Committee’s Russia Probe
    Nov16

    Trump Biz Ally Agrees To Give Interview In Senate Committee’s Russia Probe

    One of Donald Trump’s former real estate partners has agreed to be interviewed by the Senate Judiciary Committee. Felix Sater, who tried to broker a deal to build a Trump Tower in Moscow during the 2016 election, told TPM that he will cooperate. “I intend on cooperating fully with any and all government agencies and investigations,” Sater...

    “Others think like me, but are scared to say it” – Zeman
    Nov16

    “Others think like me, but are scared to say it” – Zeman

    EU’s “double standards on Crimea’s reunification with Russia are a bad practice,” Czech President Milos Zeman has said, according to TASS.As an example of these double standards, Zeman mentioned Kosovo and Crimea. …read more Source:...

    Russian-Appointed Judges In Occupied Crimea Convict Ukrainian As ‘Saboteur’
    Nov16

    Russian-Appointed Judges In Occupied Crimea Convict Ukrainian As ‘Saboteur’

    Russian-appointed court officials in Ukraine’s occupied Crimean Peninsula have convicted a Ukrainian citizen on charges of attempted sabotage and illegally possessing weapons, sentencing the man to five years in prison. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...