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    Kazakhstan supports creation of contact group on Ukraine in OSCE PA
    Feb26

    Kazakhstan supports creation of contact group on Ukraine in OSCE PA

    …read more Source: Today.Az

    Egypt has wheat reserves to last until mid-June -supplies minister
    Feb26

    Egypt has wheat reserves to last until mid-June -supplies minister

    CAIRO, Feb 26 (Reuters) – Egypt has enough wheat reserves to last until mid-June, Supplies Minister Khaled Hanafi said in a statement on Friday after the country’s purchase of 300,000 tonnes of wheat from France, Romania, Argentina and Ukraine. … …read more Source:...

    Mwanamume ajifanya mwanafunzi miaka 4 Marekani
    Feb26

    Mwanamume ajifanya mwanafunzi miaka 4 Marekani

    Mwanamume mmoja kutoka Ukraine amekamatwa baada yake kujifanya mwanafunzi wa shule ya upili bila kugunduliwa kwa miaka minne Marekani. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Poll: Half of Dutch unaware of Ukraine referendum
    Feb26

    [Ticker] Poll: Half of Dutch unaware of Ukraine referendum

    According to a poll of Dutch people published Thursday, 49% did not know a referendum on an EU-Ukraine cooperation agreement will take place on 6 April. Of those polled, 21% said they would “definitely” vote; 28% said “probably”. The plebiscite is only valid if there is a 30% turnout. …read more Source:...

    US spy chiefs expect continuing problems in Libya
    Feb26

    US spy chiefs expect continuing problems in Libya

    U.S. spy agencies expect continuing upheaval in Libya and Ukraine, top intelligence officials told Congress. …read more Source:...

    Kazakhstan calls on to launch contact group on Ukraine within OSCE PA
    Feb26

    Kazakhstan calls on to launch contact group on Ukraine within OSCE PA

    …read more Source: AKIpress News Agency

    Moldova’s Gagauzian Minority Caught Between Russia and Turkey
    Feb26

    Moldova’s Gagauzian Minority Caught Between Russia and Turkey

    Outside the government building in Comrat, the capital of Gagauzia, a group of gardeners takes care of plants in a small plot next to a statue of Russia’s communist revolutionary, Vladimir Lenin. Across the street is a Turkish library named after Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. The statue and the library together point to the dilemma faced by the...

    U.S. Government Confirms Ukraine Power Outage Due To Cyberattack
    Feb26

    U.S. Government Confirms Ukraine Power Outage Due To Cyberattack

    The U.S. government has concluded for the first time that a December power outage in Ukraine affecting 225,000 customers was the result of a cyberattack. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The War in Ukraine Will Never Stop
    Feb26

    The War in Ukraine Will Never Stop

    Despite the supposed truce, the front moves back and forth, destroying civilian lives and property at every turn. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Latvian FM: Substantial NATO Presence Needed in Baltics
    Feb26

    Latvian FM: Substantial NATO Presence Needed in Baltics

    Latvia’s foreign minister says NATO needs to increase its presence in the Baltic region, given Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 and continued support for separatists in eastern Ukraine. Edgars Ri …read more Source: Big News...