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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Almost Holy review – documentary of a saintly do-gooder
    Aug19

    Almost Holy review – documentary of a saintly do-gooder

    Steve Hoover’s portrait of Gennadiy Mokhnenko hints at a darker side to the pastor who runs a children’s orphanage in UkraineCharismatic and somewhat sinisterly convinced of his own inviolate righteousness, Pastor Gennadiy Mokhnenko runs the rehab centre-cum-orphanage Pilgrim in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol. Working outside what...

    Ukraine could introduce martial law if fighting escalates: Poroshenko
    Aug19

    Ukraine could introduce martial law if fighting escalates: Poroshenko

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Thursday he did not rule out introducing martial law and a new wave of military mobilization if the conflict with pro-Russian separatists worsened. …read more Source: Global...

    Ukraine could introduce martial law: Poroshenko
    Aug18

    Ukraine could introduce martial law: Poroshenko

    KIEV: Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Thursday he did not rule out introducing martial law and a new wave of military mobilisation if the conflict with pro-Russian separatists worsened. Poroshenko made his comments as fresh tension with Russia over Crimea reignited fears that a fragile ceasefire deal hammered out in the Belarussian...

    Vladimir Putin’s Plan Trumps Obama’s Scolding
    Aug18

    Vladimir Putin’s Plan Trumps Obama’s Scolding

    A military buildup in Crimea and warplane deployments from Iran continue to show Russia is a potent and potentially dangerous player on the world stage. …read more Source: U.S....

    3 govt. troops killed in fighting in eastern Ukraine
    Aug18

    3 govt. troops killed in fighting in eastern Ukraine

    At least 3 Ukrainian soldiers are killed in fresh clashes with pro-Russia fighters in the volatile east Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian anti-corruption office under pressure
    Aug18

    Ukrainian anti-corruption office under pressure

    In Ukraine, a conflict is brewing between the public prosecutor’s office and the anti-corruption authority. It could stall key reforms promised by Kyiv to the European Union. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian anti-corruption office under pressure
    Aug18

    Ukrainian anti-corruption office under pressure

    In Ukraine, a conflict is brewing between the public prosecutor’s office and the anti-corruption authority. It could stall key reforms promised by Kyiv to the European Union. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Dhaka ‘fourth least liveable city’
    Aug18

    Dhaka ‘fourth least liveable city’

    Dhaka still belongs to the category of one of the worst cities to live in, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). According to the EIU’s latest Global Liveability Ranking, Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, has advanced two notches than last year. It ranked the second least liveable city in 2015. Dhaka has just overrun...

    As Russia and Iran Strengthen Ties, U.S. Should Support Key Ally Georgia
    Aug18

    As Russia and Iran Strengthen Ties, U.S. Should Support Key Ally Georgia

    As the US is engaged in pre-election navel-gazing, Russia is not taking a summer nap. The Kremlin never sleeps, and especially not in August, and not during the Olympic season. The Beijing Olympics in 2008 coincided with the Russia-Georgian conflict, and the Ukrainian crisis developed during the Sochi Winter Olympics. President Vladimir Putin is...

    3 Ukrainian Troops Killed in Fighting with Pro-Russian Rebels
    Aug18

    3 Ukrainian Troops Killed in Fighting with Pro-Russian Rebels

    Three Ukraine troops were killed and six wounded in recent fighting with pro-Russian separatist in eastern Ukraine, Ukrainian officials said Thursday. The Ukrainian presidential envoy for the operation in the east, Olexander Motuzyanyk, says during the past 24 hours, separatists have shelled government positions along the 30-kilometer buffer zone...