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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    NATO: No ‘Business as Usual’ Until Russia Respects International Law
    Apr08

    NATO: No ‘Business as Usual’ Until Russia Respects International Law

    Relations between the European Union and the NATO alliance have rarely been closer, a senior NATO official says, and never as important as they are now, as the West confronts complex challenges ranging from the Middle East and North Africa to Russia and the Kremlin’s aggressive foreign and defense policies. NATO’s deputy secretary...

    Russian investigators release first FlyDubai crash report
    Apr08

    Russian investigators release first FlyDubai crash report

    Russia’s civil aviation authority issued its first report on Friday on last month’s crash of a FlyDubai plane in south-west Russia, providing insight into the event that killed all 62 people on board.The interim report, prepared by Russia’s Interstate Aviation Committee, said the plane’s sudden descent occurred directly...

    Ukraine on Fire
    Apr08

    Ukraine on Fire

    Activists are furious at Petro Poroshenko for not tackling corruption?while keeping offshore, tax-dodging accounts. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Ukrainian protesters in Kiev urge halt to corruption
    Apr08

    Ukrainian protesters in Kiev urge halt to corruption

    Ukrainians have held a protest in front of a presidential office in the capital, Kiev, against the law enforcement bodies whom they accuse of covering up corruption. …read more Source: Iran...

    Russia says preparing prisoner handover to Kiev
    Apr08

    Russia says preparing prisoner handover to Kiev

    Russia’s justice ministry on Friday said it was taking preliminary steps to hand over to Kiev four Ukrainian prisoners including film-maker Oleg Sentsov. …read more Source: The Daily...

    UK leader Cameron under fire over link to offshore accounts
    Apr08

    UK leader Cameron under fire over link to offshore accounts

    A marquee of the Arango Orillac Building lists the Mossack Fonseca law firm in Panama City, on Thursday, April 7, 2016. Photo: AP DUBLIN: British Prime Minister David Cameron faced mounting pressure Friday over his involvement in offshore investments after he finally admitted he benefited from his father’s Panama-registered trust, an entity...

    CARICOM concerned about ‘tax havens’ label in wake of Panama Papers leak
    Apr08

    CARICOM concerned about ‘tax havens’ label in wake of Panama Papers leak

    The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has expressed concern that the designation of “tax havens” is again being attached to the financial services centres in Member States and Associate Members, following the leak of the “Panama Papers”. The Community, in a statement, said the loose attribution of the ‘tax havens’ label ignores the reality that...

    Dutch in ‘unchartered waters’ over EU-Ukraine ‘No’ vote (AFP)
    Apr08

    Dutch in ‘unchartered waters’ over EU-Ukraine ‘No’ vote (AFP)

    The Hague (AFP) – The Dutch government is in “uncharted waters” after voters rejected an EU deal with Ukraine in a non-binding poll, leaving its leaders to decide what to do next, Prime Minister Mark Rutte said Friday. …read more Source: The West...

    Russia Looking Into Possible Transfer Of Jailed Sentsov To Ukraine
    Apr08

    Russia Looking Into Possible Transfer Of Jailed Sentsov To Ukraine

    The Russian Justice Ministry says it is looking into a request from Kyiv to transfer filmmaker Oleh Sentsov and three other Ukrainian convicts to Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Nato and Russia to end talks freeze
    Apr08

    Nato and Russia to end talks freeze

    Envoys from Nato and Russia are to hold their first talks this month since Moscow’s annexation of Crimea more than two years ago, Nato announces. …read more Source:...