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    Russia says it won’t broadcast Eurovision Song Contest
    Apr14

    Russia says it won’t broadcast Eurovision Song Contest

    Russia’s Channel One says it will not broadcast the Eurovision Song Contest in Russia after Ukraine barred the Russian entrant from traveling to the country. …read more Source:...

    Russia Says it Won’t Broadcast Eurovision Song Contest
    Apr14

    Russia Says it Won’t Broadcast Eurovision Song Contest

    Russia’s Channel One says it will not broadcast the Eurovision Song Contest in Russia after Ukraine, which hosts the contest this year, has barred the Russian entrant from traveling to the country.Ukraine’s security services banned singer Yulia Samoylova from entering… …read more Source:...

    Russia Says it Won’t Broadcast Eurovision Song Contest
    Apr14

    Russia Says it Won’t Broadcast Eurovision Song Contest

    Russia’s Channel One says it will not broadcast the Eurovision Song Contest in Russia after Ukraine, which hosts the contest this year, has barred the Russian entrant from traveling to the country.Ukraine’s security services banned singer Yulia Samoylova from entering… …read more Source:...

    Ex-Trump Campaign Adviser Carter Page’s Accounts Of Russia Ties Keep Shifting
    Apr14

    Ex-Trump Campaign Adviser Carter Page’s Accounts Of Russia Ties Keep Shifting

    Carter Page, a onetime foreign policy adviser to President Donald Trump’s campaign, is eager to clear his name. After coming under scrutiny by the FBI and the press for his ties to Kremlin-linked officials, Page has conducted interview after interview in an attempt to downplay his interactions with the Russian government and business...

    Ex-Trump Campaign Adviser Carter Page’s Accounts Of Russia Ties Keep Shifting
    Apr14

    Ex-Trump Campaign Adviser Carter Page’s Accounts Of Russia Ties Keep Shifting

    Carter Page, a onetime foreign policy adviser to President Donald Trump’s campaign, is eager to clear his name. After coming under scrutiny by the FBI and the press for his ties to Kremlin-linked officials, Page has conducted interview after interview in an attempt to downplay his interactions with the Russian government and business...

    April 11, 2011
    Apr14

    April 11, 2011

    A survey of Crimean residents that was conducted on April 11, 2011, showed that 71.3 percent of respondents considered Ukraine their homeland. This was up from the 2008 rating of 32 percent. However, even at 71.3 percent, it was still lower than the average of 93 percent across Ukraine. The survey was conducted on February […] …read more...

    UCCA issues appeal for Ukrainian National Fund
    Apr14

    UCCA issues appeal for Ukrainian National Fund

    The following appeal was issued by the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America on April 3. For 77 years, the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA) has served as the nation’s largest representative body of Americans of Ukrainian descent. Since its founding in 1940, the UCCA has represented the interests of our community and...

    “Bitter Harvest,”  a Ukrainian tragedy
    Apr14

    “Bitter Harvest,” a Ukrainian tragedy

    Dear Editor: A 5-year-old puts his ear to the ground on his mother’s grave without shedding a tear. He is probably showing his strength to his two younger sisters, hardly able to walk, as their father buries her. There is no one to help, as the villagers are starving to death. This heartbreaking scene from […] …read more Source: The...

    Putin must go, Donbas must be freed  for normalized relations with Russia
    Apr14

    Putin must go, Donbas must be freed for normalized relations with Russia

    Russia’s annexation of Crimea and military engagement in eastern Ukraine have taken their toll on Ukrainians’ attitude toward relations between the two countries. According to a recent study, only 49 percent believe that a normalization of relations is possible in the distant future, while a mere one in 10 believes a swift improvement...

    Russia will boycott this year’s Eurovision song contest over an argument with Ukraine
    Apr14

    Russia will boycott this year’s Eurovision song contest over an argument with Ukraine

    “In our view this represents discrimination against the Russian entry, and of course our team will not under any circumstances agree to such terms.” …read more Source: Business...