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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Ukraine Clears Railroad Blockades
    Mar14

    Ukraine Clears Railroad Blockades

    The Ukrainian Security Service, or SBU, has arrested activists who were blocking rail links to areas held by Russia-backed separatists. Dozens were detained in the operation, which prompted protests in Kyiv. The blockades have disrupted coal supplies and caused severe power shortages across the country. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service)...

    EU Extends Sanctions Against Russia
    Mar14

    EU Extends Sanctions Against Russia

    The European Union has extended the sanctions against tens of natural and legal persons imposed due to the annexation of the Crimean peninsula by the Russian Federation, reported Radio Free Europe, cited by Focus Agency. On Monday, EU ambassadors reached an agreement against 150 physical and 37 legal persons which, according to Brussels, are...

    Athletes from Kyrgyzstan win bronze in dancesport competition in Kiev
    Mar14

    Athletes from Kyrgyzstan win bronze in dancesport competition in Kiev

    …read more Source: AKIpress News Agency

    View from Washington: The Karabakh conflict being unsolved is  preconditioned by  contradictions between Armenia and Azerbaijan  leaders with the interests of simple people. 
    Mar14

    View from Washington: The Karabakh conflict being unsolved is  preconditioned by  contradictions between Armenia and Azerbaijan  leaders with the interests of simple people. 

    ArmInfo.Karabakh conflict being unsolved is preconditioned by contradictions between Armenia and Azerbaijan leaders with the interests of simple people. Such a statement was made by Nikolay Zlobin, the president and the Founder of the Global Studies Center (Washington D.C.) In this meaning the reason of Karabakh problem being unsolved is in the...

    “French election to decide EU fate; Crimea remains Russian”
    Mar14

    “French election to decide EU fate; Crimea remains Russian”

    Former Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer says the presidential election in France will “decide the fate of the EU.””If Marine Le Pen becomes president I believe it will be the end of the European project of unity,” Gusenbauer, who is an adviser to the Serbian government, said during a lecture organized by the...

    Poroshenko Proposes Bill To Ban Dual Citizenship In Ukraine
    Mar14

    Poroshenko Proposes Bill To Ban Dual Citizenship In Ukraine

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has proposed a bill that would ban dual citizenship. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Georgia appoints new ambassadors to six countries
    Mar14

    Georgia appoints new ambassadors to six countries

    Georgia has appointed six new ambassadors to represent the country in Ukraine Poland Romania Brazil Australia and Malaysia …read more Source:...

    The Dangers of Coping
    Mar14

    The Dangers of Coping

    They arrived in a manila package at our Calgary home one day, sometime in 1956. Our family gathered around as Dad pulled out the architectural drawings and laid them on the table. They were plans for how to construct and stock a bomb shelter in case of an atomic war. A large silver siren located on top of a long white pole occasionally reminded...

    Eurovision in Ukraine: Russian entry causes controversy
    Mar14

    Eurovision in Ukraine: Russian entry causes controversy

    Wheelchair bound Yulia Samoilova will represent Russia at the event, which will be held in Ukraine in May. …read more Source: Kazakh...

    Russia Regrets EU Decision to Extend Sanctions, Says Response Stays in Place
    Mar14

    Russia Regrets EU Decision to Extend Sanctions, Says Response Stays in Place

    Moscow regrets the European Union’s decision to extend anti-Russia sanctions, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday, noting that its response “stop list” would stay in place. The European Council extended on Monday travel bans and asset freezes against Russian and Ukrainian persons and entities until September. “The Council of the...