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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Ukraine is Approaching a Critical Moment
    Feb15

    Ukraine is Approaching a Critical Moment

    A great deal has been achieved in the two years since the Euromaidan uprising – now known as the Revolution of Dignity – overthrew the regime of President Viktor Yanukovych. …read more Source: Ukrainian Diaspora in Canada and...

    Worsening Rights Situation In Eastern Ukraine
    Feb15

    Worsening Rights Situation In Eastern Ukraine

    A top OSCE official has warned that the human rights situation in eastern Ukraine is worsening and the transatlantic security organization is still barred from entering the Russian-annexed Crimean Peninsula to investigate alleged abuses there. …read more Source: Ukrainian Diaspora in Canada and...

    Russia was behind a cyber attack on Ukraine’s power grid
    Feb15

    Russia was behind a cyber attack on Ukraine’s power grid

    Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, deputy Energy Secretary, made the comments to a gathering of electric power grid industry executives, according to an U.S. official familiar with her presentation. …read more Source: Ukrainian Diaspora in Canada and...

    Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea
    Feb15

    Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea

    UROZHAYNE, Crimea (AP) ” Elnara Asanova lives alone with her four small children because her husband, an ethnic Tatar, is in jail. Last April, when she was seven months pregnant, police grabbed him from the streets of their village… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Syrian, Ukrainian, African and Turkish citizens applied for asylum in Armenia
    Feb15

    Syrian, Ukrainian, African and Turkish citizens applied for asylum in Armenia

    314 applications for the right of asylum were submitted to the Armenia’s State Migration Service in 2015, the head of Armenia’s State Migration Service Gagik Yeganyan said in the interview with “Armenpress”. According to him, basically citizens from Syria, Ukraine African countries, Iran and Turkey apply for asylum in Armenia....

    Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea
    Feb15

    Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea

    […] overwhelming opposition from the Muslim Tatar ethnic minority puts a crack in this picture of unanimous support, as evidenced in interviews with more than two dozen Tatars across Crimea. Many described the intimidation of community leaders, the closure of Tatar language classes and a general atmosphere of mistrust of Tatar residents....

    Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea
    Feb15

    Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea

    Elnara Asanova lives alone with her four small children because her husband, an ethnic Tatar, is in jail. …read more Source: FOX...

    Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea
    Feb15

    Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea

    UROZHAYNE, Crimea (AP) — Elnara Asanova lives alone with her four small children because her husband, an ethnic Tatar, is in jail. Last April, when she was seven months pregnant, police grabbed him from the streets of their village because he had taken part in a Tatar protest against Russian annexation of Crimea…. …read more...

    Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea
    Feb15

    Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea

    Elnara Asanova lives alone with her four small children because her husband, an ethnic Tatar, is in jail. Last April, when she was seven months pregnant, police grabbed him from the streets of their village because he had taken part in a Tatar protest against Russian annexation of Crimea. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea
    Feb15

    Tatars step up resistance to Russian rule over Crimea

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