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    Ukraine Rebels Warn of Return to Full Fighting ‘Very Soon’
    Aug04

    Ukraine Rebels Warn of Return to Full Fighting ‘Very Soon’

    Russian-backed rebels in Ukraine’s east have threatened a return to full-scale conflict “very soon” if Kiev does not recall forces away from the contact line, newspaper Izvestia has reported. Over the last two months violence in eastern Ukraine’s Donetsk and Luhansk regions, known collectively as Donbas, has risen to the highest...

    PGNiG to deliver gas to Ukraine
    Aug04

    PGNiG to deliver gas to Ukraine

    Polish state-controlled natural oil and gas company PGNiG has signed a deal with Ukrainian Eru Trading for the delivery of natural gas to industrial customers, the company said. “The commencement of natural gas deliveries to Ukraine confirms that the commercial terms offered by PGNiG are competitive and therefore attractive for both domestic...

    The First Ostrogorski Forum, Seminar at BSU, Belarus-Poland Relations – Ostrogorski Centre Digest
    Aug04

    The First Ostrogorski Forum, Seminar at BSU, Belarus-Poland Relations – Ostrogorski Centre Digest

    This summer Ostrogorski Centre analysts have analysed developments in Belarus-Poland relations, life of regional media and the case of a new potential political prisoner. The Centre also published a major study of Belarus-Russia relations after the Ukraine conflict. In July the Centre held the first Ostrogorski Forum, a conference on foreign...

    The Morning Vertical, August 4, 2016
    Aug04

    The Morning Vertical, August 4, 2016

    Your daily roundup. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine president arrives in KL for three-day working visit
    Aug04

    Ukraine president arrives in KL for three-day working visit

    PUTRAJAYA: Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko arrived at the Perdana Putra Complex for his meeting with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today. © New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd …read more Source: New Straits...

    KUSHAMIRI MIGOGORO  Ni dalili za vita vya tatu vya dunia?
    Aug04

    KUSHAMIRI MIGOGORO Ni dalili za vita vya tatu vya dunia?

    NA IGAMANYWA LAITON, NI miaka 102 sasa imepita tangu kijana mdogo wa Kiserbia alipofanya kitendo ambacho laiti angejua madhara yake asingethubutu kufanya. Kama vile baruti inavyoweza kulipua miamba mikubwa ndivyo kitendo chake cha kufyatua risasi mbili kilivyoyaletea mataifa makubwa ya kipindi hicho katika kile kilichoitwa Vita Kuu ya Kwanza ya...

    Tremors from Turkey coup rattle US, EU
    Aug04

    Tremors from Turkey coup rattle US, EU

    ISTANBUL: From the roads of Pennsylvania and corridors of power in Washington to the public squares of Cologne and EU offices in Brussels, the shockwaves from the July 15 failed coup have gone well beyond Turkey. The aftermath of the coup that aimed to unseat President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has prompted a drastic sharpening in Turkish rhetoric...

    Nikolay Silayev: Moscow will never take the stand of either of the Karabakh conflict parties
    Aug04

    Nikolay Silayev: Moscow will never take the stand of either of the Karabakh conflict parties

    What could you say about the reasons of the internal instability in Armenia? First and foremost, the reasons of instability in Armenia are the ill-being and poverty the authorities cannot remove. Many people think that the authorities fail to exert enough efforts to resolve the economic problems in Armenia. This sparks discontent, which seeks to...

    Cyberwar is not coming to the US – it’s already here
    Aug04

    Cyberwar is not coming to the US – it’s already here

    As recent high-profile hacks show, cyberwar is a very real danger and is likely to get much worse, says a US security expertAs the recent hacks of the Democratic National Committee and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign have shown, cyberwarfare has reached US shores – and it’s likely to get much worse, says Kenneth...

    It’s Time for Armenia’s Leader to Go
    Aug04

    It’s Time for Armenia’s Leader to Go

    Image: Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan. Public Domain YEREVAN, Armenia — The bloody siege of a police station in Armenia is over, with President Serzh Sargsyan’s administration prevailing against the station’s 32 fringe-party occupiers. But the depth of public anger that surfaced in street demonstrations supporting the...