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    Exit Poll Too Close to Call If Turnout in Dutch Referendum on EU-Ukraine Pact Was High Enough
    Apr06

    Exit Poll Too Close to Call If Turnout in Dutch Referendum on EU-Ukraine Pact Was High Enough

    Exit poll too close to call if turnout in Dutch referendum on EU-Ukraine pact was high enough …read more Source: ABC...

    Austrian president rails against EU sanctions on Russia
    Apr06

    Austrian president rails against EU sanctions on Russia

    Austrian President Heinz Fischer has told his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin that Austria could help remove EU sanctions. That is, if Russia ensures complete fulfillment of its side of the Ukraine ceasefire deal. …read more Source:...

    Austrian president rails against EU sanctions on Russia
    Apr06

    Austrian president rails against EU sanctions on Russia

    Austrian President Heinz Fischer has told his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin that Austria could help remove EU sanctions. That is, if Russia ensures complete fulfillment of its side of the Ukraine ceasefire deal. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Politicians, Celebs Deny Abuse of Offshore Accounts
    Apr06

    Politicians, Celebs Deny Abuse of Offshore Accounts

    BERLIN — The president of Ukraine became the latest prominent politician to deny wrongdoing Wednesday after his name was linked to secretive offshore accounts arranged by a Panama law firm. The revelations have raised suspicion that such offshore entities were set up to avoid taxes, but Petro Poroshenko denied that was the purpose in his case....

    30 Years After The Chernobyl Disaster, This Land Is Run By Wild Animals
    Apr06

    30 Years After The Chernobyl Disaster, This Land Is Run By Wild Animals

    What happens to the environment when humans disappear? Thirty years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, booming populations of wolf, elk and other wildlife in the vast contaminated zone in Belarus and Ukraine provide a clue.On April 26, 1986, a botched test at the nuclear plant in Ukraine, then a Soviet republic, sent clouds of smoldering...

    Turkey launches probe after hackers leak civilian data and taunt Erdogan
    Apr06

    Turkey launches probe after hackers leak civilian data and taunt Erdogan

    Turkey on Wednesday launched an investigation after a hacker or hackers posted a database online containing the personal information of nearly 50 million Turkish citizens — more than half of the country’s population — and a message taunting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The population of Turkey is around 78 million. Experts say the leak...

    The Guardian view on conflict in the Caucasus: handle with care | Editorial
    Apr06

    The Guardian view on conflict in the Caucasus: handle with care | Editorial

    Tensions between Azerbaijan and Armenia have flared up afresh after 20 years. The fraught big-power politics of the region makes this especially dangerousThere will be much argument about whether it was more in Azerbaijan’s or in Armenia’s interest to suddenly reignite a conflict that had mostly been frozen for over 20 years. But one...

    Ukraine PM Says Oil To Be Added To List Of Banned Russian Goods
    Apr06

    Ukraine PM Says Oil To Be Added To List Of Banned Russian Goods

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk says he will introduce a ban on oil products from Russia. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Putin Ally Warns Open War With Ukraine Would Last Just Four Days
    Apr06

    Putin Ally Warns Open War With Ukraine Would Last Just Four Days

    The speaker of Russia’s lower house of parliament has said Ukraine would last “a maximum of four days” in open conflict with Russia, state news agency RIA Novosti has reported. Sergey Naryshkin, speaker of the Duma and leading member of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s United Russia party, spoke to Russian lawmakers and visiting...

    Jailed Ukrainian pilot Savchenko resumes hunger strike
    Apr06

    Jailed Ukrainian pilot Savchenko resumes hunger strike

    Nadezhda Savchenko’s lawyer has said the pilot jailed in Russia is refusing to eat or drink as she begins her sentence. Savchenko has become a key figure in the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. …read more Source:...