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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Stress from shelling leads to baby boom in Ukraine
    Mar03

    Stress from shelling leads to baby boom in Ukraine

    …read more Source: Taipei...

    NATO, Russia Hold First Top-Level Military Talks In Three Years
    Mar03

    NATO, Russia Hold First Top-Level Military Talks In Three Years

    Senior military officials from Russia and NATO have held their first direct talks since the Western alliance cut military contacts with Russia three years ago over the Kremlin’s interference in Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    EU extends sanctions against ex-Ukraine president: source (AFP)
    Mar03

    EU extends sanctions against ex-Ukraine president: source (AFP)

    Brussels (AFP) – The European Union on Friday extended sanctions against former Ukraine president Viktor Yanukovych for embezzling state funds just before pro-EU protests ousted him in 2014, an EU source said Friday. …read more Source: The West...

    Separatist leader severs trade ties with Ukraine over rail blockade
    Mar03

    Separatist leader severs trade ties with Ukraine over rail blockade

    The main pro-Russian separatist leader in Ukraine said on Friday he would cut economic ties between rebel territory and the rest of the country, following through on an ultimatum to end trade if the government did not halt a rail blockade. …read more Source: Channel...

    Lukashenko extends condolences to Ukraine over coal mine blast
    Mar03

    Lukashenko extends condolences to Ukraine over coal mine blast

    It was with great sadness that Belarus learned about the tragedy at the Stepnaya mine in the village of Glukhov, Lvov region of Ukraine,” the message of condolences reads. …read more Source:...

    Separatist leader severs trade ties with Ukraine over rail blockade
    Mar03

    Separatist leader severs trade ties with Ukraine over rail blockade

    KIEV (Reuters) – The main pro-Russian separatist leader in Ukraine said on Friday he would cut economic ties between rebel territory and the rest of the country, following through on an ultimatum to end trade if the government did not halt a rail blockade. …read more Source: The...

    Logan, better than a comic book movie, Before I Fall, teen self-help and The Shack, contentious religion
    Mar03

    Logan, better than a comic book movie, Before I Fall, teen self-help and The Shack, contentious religion

    Also Ballerina for dreamy young girls, Table 19 for wedding outsiders and Bitter Harvest, about Stalin’s wrath in the Ukraineread more …read more Source: Vancouver...

    In Ukraine: Sex workers march demanding legalisation
    Mar03

    In Ukraine: Sex workers march demanding legalisation

    Some 50 activists holding red umbrellas and wearing red plastic helmets staged the first-ever march through Kiev. Dozens of sex workers and human rights campaigners gathered in Kiev on Friday demanding the legalisation of prostitution in Ukraine.Some 50 activists holding red umbrellas and wearing red plastic helmets staged the first-ever march...

    Protecting America’s Voice Abroad
    Mar03

    Protecting America’s Voice Abroad

    Memo: March 2, 2017To: The new CEO of U.S. international media (USIM)From: Martha Bayles and Jeffrey GedminRe: Lessons learned about U.S. international mediaIn December 2016, President Obama signed into law a big change in the structure of U.S. international media (USIM). Since 1994, America’s system of government-funded international media...

    Ukraine Tax Chief Falls Ill As He Faces Corruption Charges
    Mar03

    Ukraine Tax Chief Falls Ill As He Faces Corruption Charges

    The head of Ukraine’s national tax authority fell ill just as he was about to be charged with corruption. Thirty-eight-year-old Roman Nasirov was carried out on a stretcher and put into an ambulance late on March 2. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...