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    No sleep for Ukraine officials as corruption reform deadline looms
    Oct26

    No sleep for Ukraine officials as corruption reform deadline looms

    KIEV (Reuters) – As the deadline nears for some 50,000 Ukrainian officials to fill out wealth declaration forms, lawmakers and ministers have vented their frustration at the tedious procedure with a mix of wry jokes and angry outbursts. …read more Source: The...

    No sleep for Ukraine officials as corruption reform deadline looms
    Oct26

    No sleep for Ukraine officials as corruption reform deadline looms

    As the deadline nears for some 50,000 Ukrainian officials to fill out wealth declaration forms, lawmakers and ministers have vented their frustration at the tedious procedure with a mix of wry jokes and angry outbursts. …read more Source: Channel...

    No sleep for Ukraine officials as corruption reform deadline looms
    Oct26

    No sleep for Ukraine officials as corruption reform deadline looms

    KIEV (Reuters) – As the deadline nears for some 50,000 Ukrainian officials to fill out wealth declaration forms, lawmakers and ministers have vented their frustration at the tedious procedure with a mix of wry jokes and angry outbursts. …read more Source:...

    No sleep for Ukraine officials as corruption reform deadline looms
    Oct26

    No sleep for Ukraine officials as corruption reform deadline looms

    KIEV (Reuters) – As the deadline nears for some 50,000 Ukrainian officials to fill out wealth declaration forms, lawmakers and ministers have vented their frustration at the tedious procedure with a mix of wry jokes and angry outbursts. The post No sleep for Ukraine officials as corruption reform deadline looms appeared first on LIBYA TODAY....

    Russia’s Supreme Court Upholds Sentences For Two Ukrainians
    Oct26

    Russia’s Supreme Court Upholds Sentences For Two Ukrainians

    Russia’s Supreme Court has upheld lengthy sentences for two Ukrainian citizens convicted of fighting alongside Chechen separatists in the 1990s. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia’s Supreme Court Upholds Sentences For Two Ukrainians
    Oct26

    Russia’s Supreme Court Upholds Sentences For Two Ukrainians

    Russia’s Supreme Court has upheld lengthy sentences for two Ukrainian citizens convicted of fighting alongside Chechen separatists in the 1990s. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine’s Nadiya Savchenko Returns to Russia After Pardon
    Oct26

    Ukraine’s Nadiya Savchenko Returns to Russia After Pardon

    Ukrainian member of parliament Nadiya Savchenko has returned to Russia for the first time since being jailed and pardoned by Russian authorities in a highly controversial case earlier this year. The former pilot, who is now one of Ukraine’s most popular political figures, arrived in Moscow to act as moral support during the appeal of two...

    NATO Seeks Troops To Deter Russia On Eastern Flank
    Oct26

    NATO Seeks Troops To Deter Russia On Eastern Flank

    NATO will press allies on Wednesday to contribute to its biggest military build-up on Russia’s borders since the Cold War as the alliance prepares for a protracted quarrel with Moscow.With Russia’s aircraft carrier heading to Syria in a show of force along Europe’s shores, alliance defense ministers aim to make good on a July...

    Russia Escalates Ground Game in Georgia
    Oct26

    Russia Escalates Ground Game in Georgia

    As Russia consolidates its gains in Syria and stalls on peace talks in Ukraine, the New York Times reports that Russia is slowly inching forward on another front. In South Ossetia, the breakaway republic of Georgia sponsored by Russia since the 2008 war, the border keeps creeping forward: Marked in places with barbed wire laid at night, in others...

    What is proposed by new RA Government is revolution from the top, however, it’s not clear how it’ll be implemented: Lilit Gevorgyan
    Oct26

    What is proposed by new RA Government is revolution from the top, however, it’s not clear how it’ll be implemented: Lilit Gevorgyan

    168.am presents a part of the interview with Lilit Gevorgyan, Russia and CIS, Europe senior analyst at IHS Global Insight, covering domestic policy issues. RA newly appointed PM Karen Karapetyan dismissed people from the Government, who are considered to be pillars of the Republican Party of Armenia (RPA), in particular, Gagik Beglaryan, Surik...