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    Ukraine: IMF Threatens to Halt Bailout If Reform Continues to Lag
    Feb11

    Ukraine: IMF Threatens to Halt Bailout If Reform Continues to Lag

    Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), warned Ukraine’s government to “act now” to improve governance and fight corruption or risk losing out on critically- needed funding. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine leader, wife defend disabled man kicked out of eatery (AFP)
    Feb11

    Ukraine leader, wife defend disabled man kicked out of eatery (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and his wife Maryna took the unusual step Thursday of defending a disabled man who was pushed out of a restaurant because of his “suspicious” behaviour. …read more Source: The West...

    Russia will not request lifting of EU sanctions at Munich conference – deputy PM
    Feb11

    Russia will not request lifting of EU sanctions at Munich conference – deputy PM

    Russia will not use a conference in Munich to ask European countries to lift their sanctions on Moscow over the Ukraine conflict and does not plan to lift its own counter-sanctions for now, a Russian deputy prime minister said on Thursday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Christine Lagarde to head International Monetary Fund for second term
    Feb11

    Christine Lagarde to head International Monetary Fund for second term

    International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde to head the agency for a second term. (Source: AP Photo) International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde has been nominated to a second term as the agency’s managing director, the IMF said in a statement on Thursday. Lagarde, the first woman to lead the IMF, took the helm as its 11th...

    Russia will not request lifting of EU sanctions at Munich conference – deputy PM
    Feb11

    Russia will not request lifting of EU sanctions at Munich conference – deputy PM

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia will not use a conference in Munich to ask European countries to lift their sanctions on Moscow over the Ukraine conflict and does not plan to lift its own counter-sanctions for now, a Russian deputy prime minister said on Thursday. …read more Source: The...

    Dear friends
    Feb11

    Dear friends

    IN TSARSKOE SELO (“Tsar’s Village”), a smart district in Kiev, Ukraine’s president, Petro Poroshenko, owns a swathe of desirable land. Across the street sits a sprawling compound belonging to Ihor Kononenko, the president’s friend and deputy head of his parliamentary faction. The two men met during their Soviet army service....

    Nishikori opens Memphis title defense with win
    Feb11

    Nishikori opens Memphis title defense with win

    Sports Desk Top-seeded Kei Nishikori opened his bid for a fourth straight Memphis Open title with a 6-2, 7-5 victory over American Ryan Harrison on Wednesday night, reports AP. Nishikori was cruising through the second set up a break at 5-3. Harrison held serve, then broke the Japanese player in the lengthy 10th game. The American saved four...

    Putin praises Russian military over Crimea maneuvers
    Feb11

    Putin praises Russian military over Crimea maneuvers

    MOSCOW: President Vladimir Putin says the Russian military in Crimea has proven its capability during war games this week. Putin spoke during Thursday’s conference call with his top military leaders, who were overseeing maneuvers on the Black Sea Peninsula that Russia annexed from Ukraine in March 2014. The drills in Crimea are part of a...

    A Year After Minsk Accord, Shaky Truce Is The New Normal In Donetsk
    Feb11

    A Year After Minsk Accord, Shaky Truce Is The New Normal In Donetsk

    One year after the signing of the Minsk peace agreement, intended to put an end to fighting in eastern Ukraine, residents of Donetsk and the surrounding areas have grown accustomed to shortages, checkpoints, and sporadic clashes. (RFE/RL photographer Petr Shelomovskiy) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Political and Corruption Crisis Overshadows Panorama in Ukraine
    Feb11

    Political and Corruption Crisis Overshadows Panorama in Ukraine

    11 de febrero de 2016, 09:55Kiev, Feb 11 (Prensa Latina) The increasing reference in the media to the possible dismissal of Prime Minister Arseni Yatseniuk and his Executive, and the limited progress in fighting corruption generate pessimism in the ruling elite of Ukraine. …read more Source: Prensa...