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    Ukrainians Remember Victims Of Tatar Deportation From Crimea
    May19

    Ukrainians Remember Victims Of Tatar Deportation From Crimea

    Ukrainians gathered in Kyiv on the evening of May 18 to commemorate the mass deportation of Tatars from Crimea in 1944. Some 200,000 people from the minority group were sent to Central Asia on the orders of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine Renames Third-Largest City
    May19

    Ukraine Renames Third-Largest City

    The Ukrainian parliament has voted to change the name of the country’s third-largest city from Dnipropetrovsk to Dnipro. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Terror attack most likely scenario for EgyptAir disappearance
    May19

    Terror attack most likely scenario for EgyptAir disappearance

    Several scenarios could explain the mysterious disappearance of the Egyptair flight between Paris to Cairo early on Thursday, but experts say a terrorist attack is the most likely. Both France and Egypt have been leading targets for Islamist extremists in recent months. In October, the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for bombing an...

    Russian Black Sea Pipeline Options ‘Shouldn’t Be Forgotten’ – BulgarianDeputy PM
    May19

    Russian Black Sea Pipeline Options ‘Shouldn’t Be Forgotten’ – BulgarianDeputy PM

    Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister has said alternative options to have a Russian gas pipeline build under the Black Sea should be taken into account.”I am not referring to a continuation of halted South Stream,” Donchev has made clear. South Stream is an abandoned pipeline project that was to carry gas to Central Europe under the Black...

    Russian performance artist convicted in pro-Ukraine protest
    May19

    Russian performance artist convicted in pro-Ukraine protest

    MOSCOW — A Russian performance artist known for his radical politically charged performances was convicted Thursday (May 19, 2016) of vandalism for a pro-Ukraine protest and sentenced to 16 months in prison. FILE – In this Thursday, March 31, 2016 file photo Russian artist Petr Pavlensky speaks to journalists as he sits in a cage in court room in...

    Russian performance artist convicted in pro-Ukraine protest
    May19

    Russian performance artist convicted in pro-Ukraine protest

    A Russian performance artist known for his radical politically charged performances was convicted Thursday of vandalism for a pro-Ukraine protest and sentenced to 16 months in prison. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Russian performance artist convicted in pro-Ukraine protest
    May19

    Russian performance artist convicted in pro-Ukraine protest

    MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian performance artist known for his radical politically charged performances was convicted Thursday of vandalism for a… …read more Source:...

    Estonian government backs scrapping one-carrier restriction on Ukraine flights
    May19

    Estonian government backs scrapping one-carrier restriction on Ukraine flights

    On Thursday, the Estonian Government approved an order eliminating a one-carrier restriction from the country’s 1993 air traffic agreement with Ukraine. As a result of this amendment, opportunities for regular flights between Estonia and Ukraine will expand, said the Government Communication Unit of the Government Office of Estonia....

    Russian performance artist convicted in pro-Ukraine protest
    May19

    Russian performance artist convicted in pro-Ukraine protest

    MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian performance artist known for his radical politically charged performances was convicted Thursday of vandalism for a pro-Ukraine protest and sentenced to 16 months in prison. A court in Moscow found Pyotr Pavlensky guilty, though he won’t have to serve prison time in this case because the statute of limitations had...

    Russian performance artist convicted in pro-Ukraine protest
    May19

    Russian performance artist convicted in pro-Ukraine protest

    A Russian performance artist known for his radical politically charged performances was convicted Thursday of vandalism for a pro-Ukraine protest and sentenced to 16 months in prison. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...