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    Should Britain set sail for an EFTA trade deal?
    Feb17

    Should Britain set sail for an EFTA trade deal?

    As the United Kingdom moves to formally separate itself from the European Union, Brexit supporters and detractors alike have recognised the right to negotiate trade agreements with the rest of the world as one of the major dividends of the process. Britain now has a number of tracks it needs to progress on – what it can do unilaterally,...

    Parish holds traditional prosfora celebration
    Feb17

    Parish holds traditional prosfora celebration

    TOMS RIVER, N.J. – On Sunday, January 29, a prosfora dinner was held in the Parish Community Center of St. Stephen Ukrainian Catholic Church in Toms River, N.J. Over 120 parishioners and guest attended the celebration held in the beautifully decorated church hall following the second liturgy (celebrated in Ukrainian). Spokesperson Gerry Tchir...

    Ukrainian American Veterans meet at 69th annual national convention
    Feb17

    Ukrainian American Veterans meet at 69th annual national convention

    CHICAGO – Ukrainian American Veterans Post 32 from Chicago hosted the 69th annual national UAV convention in mid-October. The two-day event included delegates’ meetings, bus tours for spouses, election of the 2016-2018 National Executive Board and a banquet with dinner and entertainment. The convention meetings were conducted by National...

    Writer teaches Ukrainian and more at U. of Texas
    Feb17

    Writer teaches Ukrainian and more at U. of Texas

    AUSTIN, Texas – Oksana Lutsyshyna, a well-known Ukrainian author, is a lecturer in the Ukrainian Studies Program at the University of Texas at Austin. Originally from Uzhhorod in the Zakarpattia region of Ukraine, since 2001 she has lived in the United States, first in Florida, then in Georgia and now in Austin, Texas. Dr. Lutsyshyna […]...

    Kremlin orders media to scale back pro-Trump coverage: report
    Feb17

    Kremlin orders media to scale back pro-Trump coverage: report

    Amid concerns that the Trump administration may not be as friendly to Russia as once thought, the Kremlin told Russian media to cut back on favorable coverage of U.S. president Donald Trump, Bloomberg reported Friday. Recent controversies surrounding the Trump administration — including the resignation of National Security Adviser...

    Pence seeks to reassure European allies
    Feb17

    Pence seeks to reassure European allies

    Vice President Mike Pence, who throughout the campaign sought to soften Donald Trump’s edges and make him palatable to uneasy conservatives, now takes his reassurance tour to a new audience: foreign leaders frightened by Russian aggression and wary of an American president full of praise for Vladimir Putin.Pence took off for Europe on...

    Ukrainian Art Song Summer Institute to be held in August in Toronto
    Feb17

    Ukrainian Art Song Summer Institute to be held in August in Toronto

    TORONTO – The Ukrainian Art Song Project (UASP) has announced that the inaugural Ukrainian Art Song Summer Institute will be held on August 7-13 in Toronto at the highly regarded, musically rich and historic Royal Conservatory of Music, at its TELUS Center for Performance and Learning Conservatory representatives have stated that they are “happy...

    Three Ukrainian Soldiers Killed In Donbas Fighting
    Feb17

    Three Ukrainian Soldiers Killed In Donbas Fighting

    The Ukrainian military says three Ukrainian soldiers have been killed and 10 others injured in fighting against Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine in the past day. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Kyiv Moves To Protect Energy Security Amid Coal Shortage
    Feb17

    Kyiv Moves To Protect Energy Security Amid Coal Shortage

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed a decree to prevent threats to the country’s energy security amid a shortage of coal from eastern regions controlled by separatist fighters. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    UNICEF says more Ukrainian children need aid
    Feb17

    UNICEF says more Ukrainian children need aid

    UN children’s fund says 420,000 more youngsters will need help in 2017 as fighting continues in eastern Ukraine …read more Source: World...