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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Lessons of the Panama Papers: Yes, the rich are different from us — they stole our money
    Apr07

    Lessons of the Panama Papers: Yes, the rich are different from us — they stole our money

    F. Scott Fitzgerald apparently never told his Parisian drinking buddy Ernest Hemingway, “Ernie, the rich are different from us,” only to be rebuffed by the legendary comeback, “Yes, they have more money.” Like so many famous anecdotes, that one was cooked up years after the fact (probably by Fitzgerald’s posthumous editor, the literary...

    Dutch Euroskeptics may have won a big one in low-turnout Ukraine vote
    Apr07

    Dutch Euroskeptics may have won a big one in low-turnout Ukraine vote

    Dutch voters have rejected a pact with Ukraine, although a low turnout could invalidate the ballot. The nonbinding referendum asked voters if they approved of extending an EU association agreement with Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Dutch euroskeptics may have won a big one in low-turnout Ukraine vote
    Apr07

    Dutch euroskeptics may have won a big one in low-turnout Ukraine vote

    Dutch voters have rejected a pact with Ukraine, although a low turnout could invalidate the ballot. The nonbinding referendum asked voters if they approved of extending an EU association agreement with Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Dutch euroskeptics may have won a big one in low-turnout Ukraine vote
    Apr07

    Dutch euroskeptics may have won a big one in low-turnout Ukraine vote

    Dutch voters have rejected a pact with Ukraine, although a low turnout could invalidate the ballot. The nonbinding referendum asked voters if they approved of extending an EU association agreement with Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Dutch abstention on Ukraine wins the day
    Apr07

    Dutch abstention on Ukraine wins the day

    Referendum results have potent message for UK’s forthcoming vote …read more Source: Financial...

    Dutch voters reject closer EU links  to Ukraine in referendum
    Apr07

    Dutch voters reject closer EU links to Ukraine in referendum

    Poll may be invalid if 30% turnout is not achieved but outcome shows strength of Eurosceptic feeling in the NetherlandsThe Dutch government said on Wednesday it may have to reconsider ratifying a treaty on closer European Union ties with Ukraine after a vast majority of voters rejected the agreement in a non-binding referendum. The outcome was...

    Low Turnout Gives Euroscepticism a Victory in Dutch Vote on Ukraine
    Apr07

    Low Turnout Gives Euroscepticism a Victory in Dutch Vote on Ukraine

    Dutch voters cast their ballots against ratifying a European Union trade deal with Ukraine. …read more Source: Foreign...

    World › Politicians, celebs in spotlight over offshore accounts
    Apr07

    World › Politicians, celebs in spotlight over offshore accounts

    The fallout from a massive leak of records on offshore accounts dragged a growing number of leaders and celebrities into the spotlight Wednesday, with a Bollywood actor, a race car driver and Ukraine’s president among those denying they evaded taxes. The reports center on millions of documents detailing how the… …read more Source:...

    Dutch voters reject EU-Kiev deal, ballot valid: projection
    Apr07

    Dutch voters reject EU-Kiev deal, ballot valid: projection

    THE HAGUE – Dutch voters largely rejected a cooperation accord between the EU and Ukraine Wednesday with some 61 percent against the deal, the Dutch news agency ANP projected, adding that enough people had taken part for the referendum to be valid. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    What We’re Following This Evening
    Apr07

    What We’re Following This Evening

    A Dutch referendum: The polls have closed in the Netherlands for a vote on a free trade deal between the European Union and Ukraine. The majority of voters, about 64 percent, rejected the agreement, but an exit poll showed that the turnout may have fallen short of the total required for the vote to be valid. The poll put turnout at 32 percent,...