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    UNICEF: East Ukraine Fighting Leaves Thousands in Bitter Cold
    Feb01

    UNICEF: East Ukraine Fighting Leaves Thousands in Bitter Cold

    More than 17,000 people in a Ukrainian town are facing temperatures far below freezing with no heating or electricity after fighting destroyed power and water lines, the U.N. children’s agency UNICEF said on Wednesday. Intense shelling around the town of Avdiivka in eastern Ukraine on Sunday halted power supply to heating systems as...

    Trump White House issues muted response to renewed violence in Ukraine
    Feb01

    Trump White House issues muted response to renewed violence in Ukraine

    Evgeniy Maloletka/AP WASHINGTON – The Trump administration on Wednesday maintained a low-key approach to the latest flare-up of violence in eastern Ukraine, where the government accuses Russian-backed forces of stepping up attacks. The restrained tone may reflect the start of a new U.S. approach to dealing with Russia’s cross-border...

    As Ukraine violence continues, Ottawa considers sending troops
    Feb01

    As Ukraine violence continues, Ottawa considers sending troops

    Government forces and Russian-backed rebels have traded heavy fire in eastern Ukraine over the past few days, killing at least 19 people and injuring dozens more. …read more Source: Toronto...

    Trump officials condemn Iran missile test, ignore Ukraine violence as Putin smiles on
    Feb01

    Trump officials condemn Iran missile test, ignore Ukraine violence as Putin smiles on

    Vladimir Putin’s U.S. foreign policy appeared to be taking hold nicely Wednesday as White House press secretary Sean Spicer quickly punted on questions about rising violence in eastern Ukraine while national security adviser Michael Flynn condemned a recent Iran missile test. Flynn rushed into the White House briefing Wednesday to say the...

    Six weeks after UN vote, Israel buries the hatchet with Kiev
    Feb01

    Six weeks after UN vote, Israel buries the hatchet with Kiev

    Breaking ban on high-level contacts with states that backed anti-settlement UN resolution, PM speaks with Ukrainian president …read more Source: The Times of...

    US flirts with softer stance on Russia’s conduct in Ukraine
    Feb01

    US flirts with softer stance on Russia’s conduct in Ukraine

    The Trump administration on Wednesday maintained a low-key approach to the latest flare-up of violence in eastern Ukraine, where the government accuses Russian-backed forces of stepping up attacks. The restrained … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    US flirts with softer stance on Russia’s conduct in Ukraine
    Feb01

    US flirts with softer stance on Russia’s conduct in Ukraine

    WASHINGTON (AP) ” The Trump administration appears to be taking a low-key approach to a flare-up in violence in eastern Ukraine where the government accuses Russian-backed forces of stepping up attacks.White House spokesman Sean… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    La Liga: Betis recall Zozulia after ‘neo-Nazi’ protest
    Feb01

    La Liga: Betis recall Zozulia after ‘neo-Nazi’ protest

    Zozulia's was confronted by supporters on his first day at Madrid-based, second division club, Rayo with anti-nazis banners. Ukranian international Roman Zozulia has been recalled to Real Betis just a day after sealing a loan move to Rayo Vallecano due to a Rayo fans protest at Zozulia’s political affiliations.Zozulia was forced to...

    US flirts with softer stance on Russia’s conduct in Ukraine
    Feb01

    US flirts with softer stance on Russia’s conduct in Ukraine

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    Soft Belarusisation in Hrodna
    Feb01

    Soft Belarusisation in Hrodna

    Mova Nanova courses. Source: dzvin.by On 20 January, the Belarusian jury and TV audiences selected the band Navi to represent Belarus at the Eurovision Song Contest. For the first time in the history of Eurovision, Belarus’s performance will be in the Belarusian language. This is just one of many small steps that Belarus has recently taken...