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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Spy fever in Crimea
    Nov25

    Spy fever in Crimea

    More and more people are being arrested by both Russia and Ukraine on charges of espionage. The arrests will likely make the forthcoming negotiations for a peaceful settlement of the Ukraine conflict even more difficult. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Yanukovich protects Ukraine’s territorial integrity
    Nov25

    Yanukovich protects Ukraine’s territorial integrity

    Yanukovich stated that it is necessary to stop shooting and withdraw troops to find a settlement. …read more Source:...

    Newsmakers of the Year: Donald Trump, rule-breaker in chief
    Nov25

    Newsmakers of the Year: Donald Trump, rule-breaker in chief

    Donald Trump. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) Donald Trump did it all wrong. His campaign launch was a disaster of off-the-cuff race-baiting and back-of-the-napkin plans for a Mexican border wall. He didn’t spend real time on the ground in Iowa or New Hampshire, eating breakfasts at greasy spoons or attending coffee klatches in church basements....

    Crimean Tatar leader’s son released from Russian prison
    Nov25

    Crimean Tatar leader’s son released from Russian prison

    Khayser Dzhemilev, held since 2014, is the son of Crimean Tatar Mejlis leader …read more Source: World...

    What is the likelihood of a Cyprus settlement?
    Nov25

    What is the likelihood of a Cyprus settlement?

    In an podcast interview by Cyprus Mail journalist Rosie Charalambous with an expert on the Cyprus problem, James Ker-Lindsay, Charalambous asks if there is any hope of solving the Cyprus problem after the Cyprus Summit in Mont Pèlerin, Switzerland hit the buffers on Monday. Senior Visiting Fellow of the LSE and long-time follower of the Cyprus...

    Crimean Tatar leader’s son released from Russian prison
    Nov25

    Crimean Tatar leader’s son released from Russian prison

    Khayser Dzhemilev, held since 2014, is the son of Crimean Tatar Mejlis leader …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Ukraine: exiled ex-President Yanukovych’s testimony cut short in Maidan murder trial
    Nov25

    Ukraine: exiled ex-President Yanukovych’s testimony cut short in Maidan murder trial

    Ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has appeared in court via video link to give evidence in the trial of five ex-riot policemen accused of shooting dead protesters in… …read more Source:...

    Twenty-four-year-old former-model appointed to Ukraine senior security role
    Nov25

    Twenty-four-year-old former-model appointed to Ukraine senior security role

    Ukraine officials have sparked controversy by giving a 24-year-old former model a top security job. The appointment of Anastasia Deyeva as deputy interior minister drew allegations on social media that she had been appointed for her looks rather than her experience or abilities. The row has intensified since the discovery of nude online pictures...

    Ukraine Says It’s Ready to Resume Gas Purchases from Russia
    Nov25

    Ukraine Says It’s Ready to Resume Gas Purchases from Russia

    Ukraine’s state-owned energy company says it’s ready to resume gas purchases from Russia.The statement was released several hours after the Russian energy minister and the European Union’s energy chief met for talks in Moscow on Friday and said representatives of the EU,… …read more Source:...

    EC: Russia, Ukraine to Meet in Brussels for Gas Talks
    Nov25

    EC: Russia, Ukraine to Meet in Brussels for Gas Talks

    Russia and Ukraine are about to meet in Brussels with officials from the European Commission to discuss the resumption of gas supplies to Ukraine, halted after Moscow annexed the Crimean peninsula in 2014, the EU Commission Vice-President for Energy Union Maros Sefcovic said on Friday. “A three-way meeting will take place in Brussels in the...