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    10 More Countries Advance To Eurovision Final
    May13

    10 More Countries Advance To Eurovision Final

    Ten countries, including Ukraine, advanced from the second of two semifinals completing the final line-up for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest’s grand finale this week in Stockholm. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    U.S. activates missile defense site in Romania…Says it won’t be used against Russian missiles
    May13

    U.S. activates missile defense site in Romania…Says it won’t be used against Russian missiles

    One of my earliest, and most enduring, criticisms of Barack Obama concerned his welching on a commitment his predecessor made to install missle defense systems in Eastern Europe – specifically Poland and the Czech Republic. The Bush Administration wanted a line of defense for European allies against potential Russian aggression. As soon as...

    News24.com | Australian couple whose 3 children died on MH17 welcome baby
    May13

    News24.com | Australian couple whose 3 children died on MH17 welcome baby

    An Australian couple whose three children were killed in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over Ukraine two years ago has welcomed a new baby. …read more Source:...

    Deadlock in talks may lead to renewed fighting in Ukraine: Commentator
    May13

    Deadlock in talks may lead to renewed fighting in Ukraine: Commentator

    A political commentator says if the parties to the conflict in eastern Ukraine fail to crack out of the deadlock in political talks, there may emerge new battles on the front lines. …read more Source:...

    Jamala Condemns Latest Crimea Detentions
    May13

    Jamala Condemns Latest Crimea Detentions

    Ukrainian Eurovision contestant Jamala said her song about Josef Stalin’s deportation of Crimean Tatars in 1944 was all the more relevant following more searches of homes and detentions of Tatars on the Russian-occupied peninsula on May 12. Jamala was speaking after winning a place in the Eurovision final, which takes place on May 14....

    Ukraine International Airlines to launch Palanga-Kiev flights
    May13

    Ukraine International Airlines to launch Palanga-Kiev flights

    Ukraine International Airlines will launch a route between Ukraine’s capital Kiev and the Lithuanian seaside resort of Palanga in summer 2016, informs LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Turkish defense minister visits ‘vital’ Ukraine
    May13

    Turkish defense minister visits ‘vital’ Ukraine

    Ismet Yilmaz says Turkey will support Kiev in achieving ‘peace and prosperity’ …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Waimea opens logistics park near Ukraine
    May13

    Waimea opens logistics park near Ukraine

    Waimea Holding has opened the first stage of Logistic Park Korczowa, located in Młyny, next to the Korczowa border crossing to Ukraine and close to the A4 highway. The entire complex will comprise three buildings, altogether featuring 50,000 sqm of logistics and manufacturing space. “The Waimea Logistic Park Korczowa is a logistcs gate to the...

    What do Russia and Germany Plan in Karabakh?
    May13

    What do Russia and Germany Plan in Karabakh?

    After the April war serious turning points have been recorded in peaceful settlement of Karabakh conflict. Inclination of the conflicting parties towards negotiations has changed, as well as the degree of external mediator’s engagement—the USA step by step gave way to Russia, which, in its turn attempted to share its “responsibility” with...

    Garry Kasparov to Britain: Don’t give Vladimir Putin a Brexit
    May13

    Garry Kasparov to Britain: Don’t give Vladimir Putin a Brexit

    Brexit is a chance for Vladimir Putin to further his strategy to divide and conquer Europe, Russian chess grandmaster and political activist Garry Kasparov wrote in an opinion piece Friday. Writing in The Guardian, Kasparov said the Russian president’s goal “is to weaken the institutions, including NATO and the EU, that could thwart his...