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    Ukraine’s ousted president testifies in court
    Nov28

    Ukraine’s ousted president testifies in court

    Ukraine’s ousted president has testified in the trial of five former special forces policemen charged with fatally shooting scores of demonstrators, and denied giving orders for them to shoot at … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Ukraine’s Ousted President Testifies in Court
    Nov28

    Ukraine’s Ousted President Testifies in Court

    Ukraine’s ousted president has testified in the trial of five former special forces policemen charged with fatally shooting scores of demonstrators, and denied giving orders for them to shoot at the protesters …read more Source: ABC...

    Ukraine’s ousted president testifies in court
    Nov28

    Ukraine’s ousted president testifies in court

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine’s ousted president has testified in the trial of five former special forces policemen charged with fatally shooting scores… …read more Source:...

    They weren’t scare to be challenged!
    Nov28

    They weren’t scare to be challenged!

    We are glad to inform that International Hospitality Awards is about to announce winners soon! On December 5, 2016 the first International Hospitality Awards® will be held in Ukraine at the InterContinental Kyiv Hotel. The event will bring together participants from 8 countries and honor the best hotels in 25 nominations. This year hotels` grades...

    The Bard of Eastern Ukraine, Where Things Are Falling Apart
    Nov28

    The Bard of Eastern Ukraine, Where Things Are Falling Apart

    When I spoke with the Ukrainian writer Serhiy Zhadan this past summer, at a café in the ninth district of Vienna, I found him much gentler than I had imagined him to be. As a public persona, Zhadan is sexy and tough and the lead singer of a ska band called Sobaky v Kosmosi, or Dogs in Outer Space. His music is post-proletarian punk, his poetry is...

    Cartoons from the December 5, 2016, Issue
    Nov28

    Cartoons from the December 5, 2016, Issue

    See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:The Bard of Eastern Ukraine, Where Things Are Falling ApartTrump Picks El Chapo to Run D.E.A.Silicon Valley Has an Empathy Vacuum …read more Source: The New...

    Germany wary of Fillon’s cosy attitude to Russia
    Nov28

    Germany wary of Fillon’s cosy attitude to Russia

    BERLIN: Francois Fillon, frontrunner to become France’s next president, has sparked unease in Germany with his friendly attitude toward Russia, which could make him an uncomfortable ally for Chancellor Angela Merkel. Fillon secured the nomination of the French conservative Republicans on Sunday with a resounding victory over his more...

    Czech NGO denied access to eastern Ukraine
    Nov28

    Czech NGO denied access to eastern Ukraine

    Czech humanitarian organisation People in Need has been stripped of its accreditation to work in the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic, an area of eastern Ukraine presently under the control of Kremlin-backed pro-Russian separatists. People in Need – or Člověk v tísni – has been working in the war-torn area since 2014, distributing tonnes...

    Russia Prolongs Pretrial Detention Of Ukrainian Journalist
    Nov28

    Russia Prolongs Pretrial Detention Of Ukrainian Journalist

    A court in Moscow has prolonged the pretrial detention of Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko, who has been held in Russia on suspicion of espionage. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Polish PM calls for ‘good compromise’ on Brexit
    Nov28

    Polish PM calls for ‘good compromise’ on Brexit

    Poland’s prime minister called Monday for a Brexit “compromise” and said Europeans in Britain and Britons in Europe should not be “made to feel like hostages” as she kicked off a landmark trip to London. Britain’s shock vote in June to leave the European Union sparked fear among the 800,000 Poles living in Britain, particularly...