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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    The Daily Vertical: Does Crime Pay?
    Jun03

    The Daily Vertical: Does Crime Pay?

    The Daily Vertical is a video primer for Russia-watchers that appears Monday through Friday. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Trump and the World: What Could Actually Go Wrong
    Jun03

    Trump and the World: What Could Actually Go Wrong

    To hear Hillary Clinton tell it, letting Donald J. Trump anywhere near the Oval Office would be tantamount to inviting a nuclear apocalypse. The address she delivered from San Diego Thursday opened up a new front in the 2016 campaign: whether Trump can be trusted as leader of the free world. Calling Trump’s ideas “dangerously incoherent,”...

    Euro 2016 tickets: Uefa tool helps fans avoid online scams
    Jun03

    Euro 2016 tickets: Uefa tool helps fans avoid online scams

    Description French police take part in a security exercise at Parc Olympique Lyonnais ahead of Euro 2016 Credits Jeff Pachoud/Getty Alt Text Security at Euro 2016 Some tickets left for group games, but England matches are sold out and fans are urged to …read more Source: The...

    UN: Eastern Ukraine Still ‘Volatile’ After Two Years Of Conflict
    Jun03

    UN: Eastern Ukraine Still ‘Volatile’ After Two Years Of Conflict

    The situation in eastern Ukraine after two years of conflict “remains volatile and continues to have a severe impact on human rights,” according to a new UN report. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    France red cards Ukraine’s Euro 2016 mascot
    Jun03

    France red cards Ukraine’s Euro 2016 mascot

    Travelling to Europe is an expensive and laborious process for Ukrainians, but for Euro2016 the fans have been extra-motivated. The Bobenchyk family… …read more Source:...

    Life Outside The Ruins Of Donetsk’s Airport
    Jun03

    Life Outside The Ruins Of Donetsk’s Airport

    It’s been two years since the start of the battle for Donetsk airport between Ukrainian government forces and Russia-backed separatists. It was the scene of some of the fiercest fighting of the war in eastern Ukraine. Today, one family still living within view of the destroyed airport scratches out a living without utilities, jobs, or any...

    Life Outside The Ruins Of Donetsk’s Airport
    Jun03

    Life Outside The Ruins Of Donetsk’s Airport

    It’s been two years since the start of the battle for Donetsk airport between Ukrainian government forces and Russia-backed separatists. It was the scene of some of the fiercest fighting of the war in eastern Ukraine. Today, one family still living within view of the destroyed airport scratches out a living without utilities, jobs, or any...

    Russian man sues ex for $600 spent on romance
    Jun03

    Russian man sues ex for $600 spent on romance

    MOSCOW (AFP) – A man has taken his ex-girlfriend to court to recover $600 he spent on wooing her including a romantic break to Crimea, she told Russian media on Thursday.The woman, Nina Zgurskaya, told Business FM radio station their relationship had initially gone well with dates and gifts.But she broke up with him while they were on...

    DOT promotes PH shirts in Russia
    Jun03

    DOT promotes PH shirts in Russia

    SELA’s Philippine-inspired shirts (Photo courtesy of Embassy of the Philippines – Moscow, Russia) Wearable Filipino tourist attractions are now being sold by the Department of Tourism (DOT) in Russia as part of its campaign to draw more Russian tourists in the country. DOT partnered with Russia’s largest apparel retailer, SELA, to...

    Referendum law needs changes, 30% turnout ‘confusing’
    Jun03

    Referendum law needs changes, 30% turnout ‘confusing’

    The referendum law allowing people to instigate a popular vote on issues such as the EU’s treaty with Ukraine is… …read more Source:...