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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Kyrgyzstan needs a comprehensive rural development strategy
    Nov22

    Kyrgyzstan needs a comprehensive rural development strategy

    BISHKEK (TCA) — Kyrgyzstan declares itself as an agrarian country, and according to the country’s leadership, agriculture is a strategic sector of the Kyrgyz economy. However, since independence the country has been at risk of food insecurity. Of the nine basic foods, only vegetables and milk are produced in volumes enough to meet the...

    State Of Emergency Declared In Crimea After Power Black Out
    Nov22

    State Of Emergency Declared In Crimea After Power Black Out

    Regional officials in Crimea say a state of emergency was introduced on the peninsula early on November 22 after the disruption of electricity supplies from Ukraine’s Kherson region to the north. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Western leaders extend sanctions on Moscow over Ukraine crisis
    Nov22

    Western leaders extend sanctions on Moscow over Ukraine crisis

    Western leaders extend sanctions against Moscow by six more months over the crisis in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    The Maidan movement and the period that followed
    Nov22

    The Maidan movement and the period that followed

    This weekend in Kyiv, the beginning of the pro-European Maidan movement is being remembered. A timeline from Frank Hofmann in Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Saboteurs blow up transmission towers, knocking out power to Crimea, Russian government says
    Nov22

    Saboteurs blow up transmission towers, knocking out power to Crimea, Russian government says

    MOSCOW — The Russian government announced a state of emergency in the disputed Crimean peninsula late Saturday evening after power to the region was suddenly cut in an apparent act of sabotage in neighboring Ukraine. Two electricity transmission towers were destroyed in at least one explosion Saturday evening in Ukraine’s Kherson region,...

    Crimea without power after ‘lines cut’
    Nov22

    Crimea without power after ‘lines cut’

    Crimea is plunged into darkness after pylons carrying power lines which supply electricity from Ukraine were reportedly blown up on Saturday night. …read more Source:...

    Blackout Hits Crimea After Power Line Blasts, Russia Says
    Nov22

    Blackout Hits Crimea After Power Line Blasts, Russia Says

    Russia says the Crimean Peninsula has been plunged into darkness, following reports of explosions at four main power lines supplying electricity from Ukraine to the disputed territory. It wasn’t clear early Sunday whether the blasts occurred in Ukrainian territory or in Crimea, which Russia annexed last year despite international outrage...

    Western leaders agreed to extend Russia sanctions by six months – diplomat
    Nov22

    Western leaders agreed to extend Russia sanctions by six months – diplomat

    (Reuters) – Western leaders who met on the margins of last week’s Group of 20 summit in Turkey agreed to extend sanctions imposed on Russia for its intervention in Ukraine by six months until July of next year, a senior European diplomat told Reuters. …read more Source: The...

    Western leaders agreed to extend Russia sanctions by 6 months – diplomat
    Nov22

    Western leaders agreed to extend Russia sanctions by 6 months – diplomat

    Western leaders who met on the margins of last week’s Group of 20 summit in Turkey agreed to extend sanctions against Russia for its actions in Ukraine by six months until July of next year, a senior European diplomat told Reuters. …read more Source: Channel...

    Western leaders agreed to extend Russia sanctions by six months: diplomat
    Nov22

    Western leaders agreed to extend Russia sanctions by six months: diplomat

    (Reuters) – Western leaders who met on the margins of last week’s Group of 20 summit in Turkey agreed to extend sanctions against Russia for its actions in Ukraine by six months until July of next year, a senior European diplomat told Reuters. …read more Source:...