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    EU approves six-month Russia sanctions rollover
    Jun21

    EU approves six-month Russia sanctions rollover

    EU ambassadors agreed to roll over damaging economic sanctions against Russia for six months in the absence of any progress on resolving the Ukraine conflict, European sources said Tuesday. …read more Source: Iran...

    The Florida massacre: Implications for Mindanao
    Jun21

    The Florida massacre: Implications for Mindanao

    Filipinos have been following developments in the recent mass killing in Orlando, Florida, United States. Anytime so many are massacred in one place at one time anywhere in the world, it is news, whether it be in Paris, Kenya, Pakistan, Iraq, Syria, or Ukraine. Filipinos are specially drawn to reports of a massacre in the United States because...

    French President Floats Slow Lifting of Russia Sanctions
    Jun21

    French President Floats Slow Lifting of Russia Sanctions

    French President Francois Hollande says European Union sanctions against Russia could be gradually lifted but only if further progress is made on a peace deal for Ukraine.He spoke amid pressure from some European companies and others to ease the sanctions, imposed over… …read more Source:...

    NATO: EU should keep sanctions on Russia
    Jun21

    NATO: EU should keep sanctions on Russia

    The NATO chief calls for continued EU sanctions against Russia unless Moscow changes its approach towards Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Euro 2016 match preview: Ukraine vs Poland
    Jun21

    Euro 2016 match preview: Ukraine vs Poland

    As co-hosts of Euro 2012, both Poland and Ukraine were sent packing after managing just one win between them in the group stages. While Ukraine have already suffered the ignominy of being the first… …read more Source:...

    Russia, Ukraine agree to cooperate in human rights ‘beyond politics and borders’
    Jun21

    Russia, Ukraine agree to cooperate in human rights ‘beyond politics and borders’

    First thing we decided on was the conceptual protection of human rights outside politics and borders. This will be the main format for our further negotiations, Tatyana Moskalkova said. …read more Source:...

    Euro 2016: Ukraine’s Presidential Spokesman Cheers for ‘Beloved’ Wales
    Jun21

    Euro 2016: Ukraine’s Presidential Spokesman Cheers for ‘Beloved’ Wales

    Although Ukraine’s campaign in the Euro 2016 championship ended before any other team, some Ukrainians have already found a new side to cheer for—Wales. The Welsh team’s decisive 3-0 victory over Russia to knock the latter out of the tournament was enough to impress many, including Svyatoslav Tsegolko, spokesman of Ukrainian President...

    Ukraine not expecting any fresh IMF funds this year
    Jun21

    Ukraine not expecting any fresh IMF funds this year

    Ukraine said on Tuesday it was not expecting any fresh loans from the IMF this year as it pushes ahead with efforts to reverse years of mismanagement and graft. …read more Source: Channel...

    Brian Mulroney on Canada and NATO: ‘We must decide to do more’
    Jun21

    Brian Mulroney on Canada and NATO: ‘We must decide to do more’

    Justin Tang/CP Notes for an address by former prime minister Brian Mulroney to the NATO Association of Canada on July 20, 2016: I appreciate the honour you are giving me today and welcome the opportunity to share some views on the challenges facing NATO and on defence issues more specifically for Canada. Predictions about the demise of NATO seem...

    EU envoys agree to extend sanctions on Russia: Diplomats
    Jun21

    EU envoys agree to extend sanctions on Russia: Diplomats

    EU envoys in Brussels agree to extend Ukraine-related sanctions on Russia, diplomatic sources say. …read more Source:...