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    Belavia to operate more flights to Kiev as from 12 November
    Nov05

    Belavia to operate more flights to Kiev as from 12 November

    “We are opening new flights with a view to increasing the transit capacity. The third daily flight Minsk-Kiev-Minsk and a new regular flight Minsk-Kharkov will make travel from Ukraine to Europe and CIS more comfortable and convenient,” the airline said. …read more Source:...

    NATO chief sounds alarm over Russian buildup in Baltic, Mediterranean
    Nov05

    NATO chief sounds alarm over Russian buildup in Baltic, Mediterranean

    British Royal Marines and Portuguese fuzileiros, exit amphibious boats during the NATO Trident Juncture exercise 2015 in Troia, south of Lisbon, Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015. NATO Allies and partner nations join forces during three weeks for the Alliance’s Trident Juncture live military exercise involving 36,000 troops from more than 30 nations...

    Ex-Ukrainian justice minister detained in shootings probe
    Nov05

    Ex-Ukrainian justice minister detained in shootings probe

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine’s Security Service says former Justice Minister Olena Lukash has been detained in connection with a probe into deadly… …read more Source:...

    The Last Holdouts In A Ukrainian Ghost Town
    Nov05

    The Last Holdouts In A Ukrainian Ghost Town

    The village of Pisky is one of the casualties of war in Ukraine’s Donetsk region. Just a handful of residents still live in the ruined houses and apartment blocks, surviving on sparse food donations from volunteers. In spite of a cease-fire between Ukrainian government forces and Russia-backed separatists, locals often hear gunfire and...

    Ex-Ukrainian Justice Minister Detained in Shootings Probe
    Nov05

    Ex-Ukrainian Justice Minister Detained in Shootings Probe

    Ukraine’s Security Service says former Justice Minister Olena Lukash has been detained in connection with a probe into deadly shootings during opposition protests in 2014.More than a hundred people were killed on and around Kiev’s central Independence Square (also called… …read more Source:...

    NATO chief sounds alarm over Russian buildup
    Nov05

    NATO chief sounds alarm over Russian buildup

    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg attends a press conference after the NATO military demonstration in Zaragoza, Spain, Wednesday. (AP/Abraham Caro Marin)NATO’s secretary-general sounded the alarm Thursday over the build-up of Russian military forces from the Baltic Sea to the Mediterranean and called on the US-led alliance to come up...

    NATO chief sounds alarm over Russian buildup
    Nov05

    NATO chief sounds alarm over Russian buildup

    On Wednesday, leaders and representatives of nine Eastern European NATO member nations meeting in the Romanian capital of Bucharest called for an increased alliance presence in Europe in response to Russia’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, and threats from the Islamic State group. [...] NATO has been cool to such requests, citing an...

    Ukraine Must Reform to Get EU Visa-Free Travel, Says Juncker
    Nov05

    Ukraine Must Reform to Get EU Visa-Free Travel, Says Juncker

    …read more Source: The Jakarta...

    Left Behind: Life in Purgatory on the Ukrainian Front Lines
    Nov05

    Left Behind: Life in Purgatory on the Ukrainian Front Lines

    Trade has slowly resumed between Kiev and Donetsk despite the ongoing trade embargo, but life for those who live on the frontlines in Ukraine remains difficult. And war could return to the region at any moment. …read more Source: Der...

    Ex-Ukrainian justice minister detained in shootings probe
    Nov05

    Ex-Ukrainian justice minister detained in shootings probe

    Ukraine’s Security Service says former Justice Minister Olena Lukash has been detained in connection with a probe into deadly shootings during opposition protests in 2014. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...