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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Ukraine restores part of electricity supply to Crimea
    Dec09

    Ukraine restores part of electricity supply to Crimea

    Authorities of the Kherson Oblast in Ukraine have announced that on December 8 part of electricity supply to Russia-annexed Crimea has been restored. Power lines to the peninsular were damaged on November 22. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    [Investigation] Donbass: a region nobody wants?
    Dec09

    [Investigation] Donbass: a region nobody wants?

    The Donbass region in east Ukraine is on the road to becoming a de jure Ukrainian province, but a de facto Russian-backed mafia state. …read more Source:...

    EU to lift visa requiremnets for Ukraine and Georgia
    Dec09

    EU to lift visa requiremnets for Ukraine and Georgia

    The European Union plans to lift visa requirements for the citizens of Ukraine and Georgia, Deutsche Welle reports. The decision will enter into force in mid-2016, the German broadcaster said citing its sources in Brussels. Details Are available here …read more Source:...

    Political working group on Ukraine in closed-door talks in Minsk
    Dec09

    Political working group on Ukraine in closed-door talks in Minsk

    The trilateral contact group held its meeting on 8 December. It was preceded by the talks in the working groups on security, economic, humanitarian and political affairs. …read more Source:...

    Contact group’s work in 2016 to depend on Normandy Four decision
    Dec09

    Contact group’s work in 2016 to depend on Normandy Four decision

    At the meeting on 8 December the contact group arrived at the decision that OSCE representatives should be given access to the entire territory of Donbass, including the part of the Ukrainian-Russian border. …read more Source:...

    77% of the world’s population recognize Armenian Genocide
    Dec09

    77% of the world’s population recognize Armenian Genocide

    By Harut SassounianPublisher, The California Courier Last month, I reported in this column the results of the Zogby Analytics survey, which found that 35% of the American public was aware of the Armenian Genocide. I thought this was a low figure, having expected that a larger percentage of Americans would be cognizant of the Armenian Genocide....

    Ukraine power supplies to Crimea restored, Russia says
    Dec09

    Ukraine power supplies to Crimea restored, Russia says

    Crimea has been facing a serious shortage of electricity since last month after power lines in Ukraine were sabotaged. …read more Source:...

    Erdogan Sends ‘Grey Wolves’ to Russian Borders
    Dec09

    Erdogan Sends ‘Grey Wolves’ to Russian Borders

    TEHRAN (FNA)- Ukrainian nationalists and activists of the so-called Crimean Tatar Mejlis recently began to receive reinforcements in the face of right-wing members of the Turkish terrorist group ‘Grey Wolves’. …read more Source: Fars News...

    Sajdik calls upon Ukraine conflict parties to reach agreement on freeing prisoners by New Year
    Dec09

    Sajdik calls upon Ukraine conflict parties to reach agreement on freeing prisoners by New Year

    Martin Sajdik stressed that in order to settle these issues the parties should use the many-year experience of the International Committee of the Red Cross. …read more Source:...

    Five Billion People Worldwide Recognize the Armenian Genocide
    Dec09

    Five Billion People Worldwide Recognize the Armenian Genocide

    Harut Sassounian Publisher, The California Courrier www.thecaliforniacourier.com Last month, I reported in this column the results of the Zogby Analytics survey, which found that 35% of the American public was aware of the Armenian Genocide. I thought this was a low figure, having expected that a larger percentage of Americans would be cognizant...