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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Inside Avdiivka: The Ukrainian town on the front line
    Feb07

    Inside Avdiivka: The Ukrainian town on the front line

    International monitors say fighting in eastern Ukraine has abated, but in Avdiivka the effects of violence are being felt as much as ever. …read more Source:...

    EU vows to stick to Russia sanctions despite Trump’s bid for dtente
    Feb07

    EU vows to stick to Russia sanctions despite Trump’s bid for dtente

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union will keep sanctions on Russia until Moscow drops its support for the separatist rebellion in Ukraine, foreign ministers said on Monday, as U.S. President Donald Trump promises better ties with the Kremlin.The EU appears determined to maintain a united front on foreign policy goals that are at odds...

    THE WAR IN UKRAINE, OKEAN ELZY AND UKRAINIANS IN AUSTRALIA
    Feb06

    THE WAR IN UKRAINE, OKEAN ELZY AND UKRAINIANS IN AUSTRALIA

    Bogdan Rudnytski interviewed Stefan Romaniw, OAM, Chairman of the Australian Federation of Ukrainian Organisations and Secretary-General of the Ukrainian World Congress. (Богдан Рудницький веде розмову із Головою Союзу Українських Організацій Австралії та Генеральним секретарем Світового Конґресу Українців.) …read more Source:...

    Report: Trump’s national security adviser will recommend Trump make a big move against Russia
    Feb06

    Report: Trump’s national security adviser will recommend Trump make a big move against Russia

    On Monday, Politico reported that Michael Flynn, the retired general and national security adviser to President Donald Trump, would advise the Trump administration to back Montenegro's entrance into NATO — a move sure to infuriate Russia. Flynn has longstanding ties to Russia — most notably, he received payment to attend a gala event for...

    Chuck Schumer Trolls GOP Over Donald Trump’s Comparison Of America To Vladimir Putin
    Feb06

    Chuck Schumer Trolls GOP Over Donald Trump’s Comparison Of America To Vladimir Putin

    WASHINGTON — After President Donald Trump shrugged off the idea that Russian President Vladimir Putin is a “killer” by suggesting the U.S. is just as bad, Democrats had a question for their GOP colleagues on Monday: Where’s the outrage?Trump made the remark on Fox News, when host Bill O’Reilly called Putin a “killer,” prompting Trump...

    Eastern Ukraine city in crosshairs of renewed fighting
    Feb06

    Eastern Ukraine city in crosshairs of renewed fighting

    A ‘forgotten war’ has ravaged the area for nearly three years of on-and-off shelling. …read more Source: USA...

    EU’s top diplomats vow to uphold Russia sanctions
    Feb06

    EU’s top diplomats vow to uphold Russia sanctions

    BRUSSELS: The European Union’s (EU) top diplomats vowed on Monday to uphold sanctions against Russia for destabilising conflict-torn Ukraine, despite confusion over how US President Donald Trump plans to manage his relations with Moscow. Determined to wait no longer for a clear message from Washington, EU foreign ministers said their...

    Turkish media and travel to Ukraine
    Feb06

    Turkish media and travel to Ukraine

    Femen, a group made up of women activists, staged a demonstration about eight years ago in front of the Turkish Embassy in Kiev, carrying posters that said, “Ukraine is not a brothel.” …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    EU diplomats pledge to maintain sanctions on Russia
    Feb06

    EU diplomats pledge to maintain sanctions on Russia

    BRUSSELS — The European Union’s top diplomats vowed Monday to uphold sanctions against Russia for destabilizing conflict-torn Ukraine, despite confusion over how President Trump plans to manage his relations with Moscow. Determined to wait no longer for a clear message from Washington, EU foreign ministers said their economic sanctions must...

    Report: Retired Gen. Flynn to recommend Trump make a big move against Russia
    Feb06

    Report: Retired Gen. Flynn to recommend Trump make a big move against Russia

    On Monday, Politico reported that retired general and national security advisor to President Donald Trump, Michael Flynn, would advise the Trump administration to back Montenegro's entrance into NATO — a move sure to infuriate Russia. Flynn has long-standing ties to Russia, most notably he received payment to attend a gala event for Russia...