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    Wounded Ukrainian soldiers to receive treatment in Estonia
    Apr30

    Wounded Ukrainian soldiers to receive treatment in Estonia

    Over the next two months, a total of ten members of the Armed Forces of Ukraine wounded in battle will arrive in Estonia for treatment and rehabilitation. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine troops and pro-Russia rebels agree Orthodox Easter ceasefire
    Apr30

    Ukraine troops and pro-Russia rebels agree Orthodox Easter ceasefire

    Ukraine’s government has agreed a new truce with pro-Russian insurgents, which is set to take effect on Orthodox Easter weekend. The ceasefire comes amidst reports that fighting has reached levels not seen for months. …read more Source:...

    Russian Censorship Group Seeks Chinese Help to Better Control Internet
    Apr30

    Russian Censorship Group Seeks Chinese Help to Better Control Internet

    Russian authorities are seeking greater control of information on the internet, with some who favor tighter restrictions looking to China. Russia’s Safe Internet League, an influential lobby, hosted a first-ever forum Wednesday in Moscow with China’s top internet censors, including Fang Binxing, known as the “Father of the Great...

    Serbian opposition calls for post-election street protests
    Apr29

    Serbian opposition calls for post-election street protests

    BELGRADE — Confusion and delays in counting votes after Serbia’s parliamentary election on Sunday prompted an increasingly disgruntled opposition to call for street protests. The opposition complained about the slow count, which took five days, encouraging people to demonstrate on Saturday. The ruling party responded Friday by threatening...

    Beijing and Moscow Object to U.S.–Korea Missile Defense Collaboration
    Apr29

    Beijing and Moscow Object to U.S.–Korea Missile Defense Collaboration

    Seoul and Washington have been in advanced discussions to install a sophisticated anti-missile system called Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) in South Korea. The plan, which received a sense of added urgency after North Korea conducted nuclear tests earlier this year, has now prompted vociferous protestation from Russia and China....

    Ukraine, pro-Russian rebels agree Orthodox Easter truce
    Apr29

    Ukraine, pro-Russian rebels agree Orthodox Easter truce

    The announcement comes a day after the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) warned that bloodshed in eastern Ukraine had reached levels not seen for months in the predominantly Russian-speaking war zone. …read more Source: Channel...

    ‘Authorities are step-by-step escalating repression’ in Crimea
    Apr29

    ‘Authorities are step-by-step escalating repression’ in Crimea

    In an interview with DW, Mejlis Chairman Refat Chubarov explained what the recent ban of his organization means for the governing body of Crimean Tatars. He also criticized Russian authorities. …read more Source:...

    German officials slam Trump’s “America First”
    Apr29

    German officials slam Trump’s “America First”

    Donald Trump’s “America First” foreign policy speech didn’t sit well with U.S. allies anywhere, but it’s drawing particularly pointed criticism from officials in Germany, just days after President Barack Obama visited Europe’s most influential country to extol transatlantic cooperation. The Republican front-runner’s...

    Ukraine, pro-Russian rebels agree Orthodox Easter truce
    Apr29

    Ukraine, pro-Russian rebels agree Orthodox Easter truce

    Ukraine’s government on Friday agreed a new truce with pro-Russian insurgents to take effect on Orthodox Easter this weekend, reinforcing a deal signed more than a year ago. …read more Source: The Daily...

    U.S. Foreign Policy Got In The Way Of Helping Greece, Greek Ex-Official Says
    Apr29

    U.S. Foreign Policy Got In The Way Of Helping Greece, Greek Ex-Official Says

    The United States did not pressure Germany more heavily to give Greece debt relief because it needed Germany’s cooperation in higher-priority foreign policy matters, according to a former Greek finance minister. Yanis Varoufakis, the ex-cabinet official who became famous as the face of Greek defiance in the first half of 2015, said the...