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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Going forward: Three steps
    Apr22

    Going forward: Three steps

    The two-year battle to defend Ukraine from Russia calls for an assessment. High marks go to Ukraine’s ATO forces. Originating with the young protesters from the Maidan, the fighters had little but their bare hands to repel the invader. Not only have they withstood Russia, virtually on their own, but their endurance is accumulating other […]...

    Ukraine’s reshuffled Cabinet of Ministers
    Apr22

    Ukraine’s reshuffled Cabinet of Ministers

    Continuing the listing from last week, following are the Cabinet ministers approved on April 14 by the Verkhovna Rada. (The brief profiles were prepared by Kyiv correspondent Zenon Zawada.) Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak, 51: He has served for 18 months, largely responsible for managing finances and personnel rather than developing military...

    UAYA branches complete “Warming Hearts with Warmth” project
    Apr22

    UAYA branches complete “Warming Hearts with Warmth” project

    NEW YORK – For the second consecutive year, the Ukrainian American Youth Association (UAYA) in the United States, in conjunction with the worldwide governing body of the organization, were the “angels” that St. Nicholas relied upon to bring joy to children in Ukraine under the auspices of a humanitarian project called “Warming Hearts with...

    Gerard Lyons’s “Guide to leaving the EU” is almost childish in its optimism
    Apr22

    Gerard Lyons’s “Guide to leaving the EU” is almost childish in its optimism

    Gerard Lyons, Chief Economic Advisor to Boris Johnson ©Lauren Hurley/PA Wire/Press Association Images The UK Referendum, An Easy Guide To Leaving The EU, Gerard Lyons Read more: It’s time for Vote Leave to come clean Historically, populist movements have drawn support by preying on insecurity and uncertainty. As the wonderful historian...

    AP Exclusive: Ukraine children eat food tainted by Chernobyl
    Apr22

    AP Exclusive: Ukraine children eat food tainted by Chernobyl

    Viktoria Vetrova knows the risk her four children take in drinking milk from the family’s two cows and eating dried mushrooms and berries from the forest. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    AMD 3,384,195,471 raised for Karabakh army buildup: Donations continue
    Apr22

    AMD 3,384,195,471 raised for Karabakh army buildup: Donations continue

    Around AMD 54,441,478 was transferred by 118 legal entities and individuals to the special bank account opened by the Karabakh government on April 21. AMD 3,384,195,471 was transferred to the bank account by 4,493 legal entities and individuals between April 4 and 21 to boost Artsakh army’s fighting capability On behalf of the Artsakh...

    Ukrainian gov’t role for Poland’s Balcerowicz
    Apr22

    Ukrainian gov’t role for Poland’s Balcerowicz

    Former finance minister Leszek Balcerowicz, the architect of Poland’s free market reforms after the collapse of communism, is to be President Petro Poroshenko’s representative in the Ukrainian government. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Collective for the self-determined Karabakh: United Nations must admit remedial secession of Karabakh
    Apr22

    Collective for the self-determined Karabakh: United Nations must admit remedial secession of Karabakh

    The Collective for the self-determined Karabakh, a group bringing together individuals and organizations of the Armenian Diaspora of France, has issued a statement urging the United Nations ‘to admit remedial secession of Karabakh as the unique solution for the Armenians of Republic of Upper Karabakh.” “In this April 24, 2016, we commemorate the...

    OSCE Concerned About New Ukraine Cinema Law
    Apr22

    OSCE Concerned About New Ukraine Cinema Law

    OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatovic has warned that recent legislative steps in Ukraine could limit free media and the free flow of information. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Obama’s royal holiday: Lunch with queen, dinner with princes
    Apr22

    Obama’s royal holiday: Lunch with queen, dinner with princes

    LONDON — Most people send a card, call, or post on Facebook for someone’s birthday, but President Barack Obama went the extra mile on Friday — thousands of miles, actually — to deliver 90th birthday greetings to Queen Elizabeth II over lunch at Windsor Castle. Britain’s oldest and longest-serving monarch celebrated her birthday a day...