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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    France urges EU sanctions against Libya ‘spoilers’
    Mar14

    France urges EU sanctions against Libya ‘spoilers’

    Head of the Tripoli parliament and prime minister of the Tripoli Salvation government are in EU’s sights …read more Source: Gulf...

    Kremlin Denies Polish Minister’s Claim Smolensk Plane Crash Was an “Act of Terrorism”
    Mar14

    Kremlin Denies Polish Minister’s Claim Smolensk Plane Crash Was an “Act of Terrorism”

    Polish Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz has prompted outrage in Russia by suggesting that the 2010 plane crash that killed Polish President Lech Kaczynski was a result of “an act of terrorism”. The crash near the Russian town of Smolensk killed Polish President Lech Kaczynski, his wife everyone onboard including several MPs and defense...

    Rocket blasts off on mission seeking life on Mars
    Mar14

    Rocket blasts off on mission seeking life on Mars

    BAIKONUR: Two robotic spacecraft on Monday began a seven-month journey to Mars as part of a European-Russian unmanned space mission to sniff out leads to life on the Red Planet. Russia’s Proton rocket carrying the spacecraft launched into an overcast sky at the Russian-operated Baikonur cosmodrome in the Kazakh steppe at 0931 GMT according...

    Ukraine President sees Yaresko as possible PM: spokesman
    Mar14

    Ukraine President sees Yaresko as possible PM: spokesman

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko sees technocrat Finance Minister Natalia Yaresko and the head of the reformist Samopomich party as potential candidates for prime minister, spokesman Svyatoslav Tsegolko said on Monday. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine President sees Yaresko as possible PM – spokesman
    Mar14

    Ukraine President sees Yaresko as possible PM – spokesman

    Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko sees technocrat Finance Minister Natalia Yaresko and the head of the reformist Samopomich party as potential candidates for prime minister, spokesman Svyatoslav Tsegolko said on Monday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Latvian, Lithuanian, Ukrainian nationals detained in Spain for producing drugs
    Mar14

    Latvian, Lithuanian, Ukrainian nationals detained in Spain for producing drugs

    The police in Spain arrested five people, including from Latvia, Lithuania and Ukraine, after seizing thousands of packages of rave drugs described as more toxic than cocaine or marijuana, reported LETA/BNS, referring to The Daily Star. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    EU must stand firm against Russia: ministers
    Mar14

    EU must stand firm against Russia: ministers

    BRUSSELS: The European Union must stand up to Russia to defend core political and security interests even while trying to find common cause on issues such as the Syrian conflict, the bloc’s foreign ministers said Monday. The ministers gathered in Brussels for a regular monthly meeting which for the first time in a year will review relations...

    Putin Should Put Sanctions on Hillary Clinton: Russian MPs
    Mar14

    Putin Should Put Sanctions on Hillary Clinton: Russian MPs

    Russian members of parliament have requested that President Vladimir Putin imposes sanctions on former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over the arrest of a Russian pilot six years ago, national daily newspaper Izvestia reports. Clinton, who is currently the frontrunner to win the Democratic Party’s nomination for president, called...

    Latvian troops begin training Ukrainian army
    Mar14

    Latvian troops begin training Ukrainian army

    Soldiers from the Latvian Armed Forces together with soldiers from Canada, Great Britain, Lithuania and the USA have begun training troops from the Ukrainian armed forces reported official armed forces portal Sargs.lv Monday. …read more Source:...

    Voting “no” on Ukraine a “disgrace for the Netherlands” says Van Rompuy
    Mar14

    Voting “no” on Ukraine a “disgrace for the Netherlands” says Van Rompuy

    A “no” vote in the referendum on the association agreement between the European Union and the Ukraine in April, would be a “disgrace” for the Dutch government, according to former Belgian Prime Minister Herman van Rompuy in an interview with Dutch newspaper Trouw The post Voting “no” on Ukraine a “disgrace for the...