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    NATO says will hold Russia council meeting on April 20
    Apr12

    NATO says will hold Russia council meeting on April 20

    NATO will hold its first formal talks in nearly two years with Russia on April 20 to discuss the Ukraine crisis and other security issues, the U.S.-led miltary alliance said Tuesday …read more Source: The Daily...

    Dutch to respond to Ukraine referendum ‘no’ by September
    Apr12

    Dutch to respond to Ukraine referendum ‘no’ by September

    The cabinet will finalise its official response to last week’s referendum on the EU’s treaty with Ukraine by September at… …read more Source:...

    Hilversum building MH17 memorial to residents killed in plane crash
    Apr12

    Hilversum building MH17 memorial to residents killed in plane crash

    Hilversum is building a monument in Dudokpark to commemorate the 15 residents of the city who were killed in the MH17 disaster. The monument will be unveiled on July 17th, exactly two years after the Malaysia Airlines flight was shot down over eastern Ukraine The post Hilversum building MH17 memorial to residents killed in plane crash appeared...

    The Last Days Of A Ukrainian Soldier
    Apr12

    The Last Days Of A Ukrainian Soldier

    Dmytro Hodzenko was killed one day before he was due to be discharged from service in the Ukrainian army. He was on the front line to the very end. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service and 24 Channel) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Resignation of Ukraine’s Yatsenyuk will mean ‘less hysteria’
    Apr12

    Resignation of Ukraine’s Yatsenyuk will mean ‘less hysteria’

    Alexey Timofeychev, Russia Beyond the Headlines The announcement by Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk that he is to resign has not been especially lamented among the Russian political establishment. …read more Source: United Press...

    Resignation of Ukraine’s Yatsenyuk will mean ‘less hysteria’
    Apr12

    Resignation of Ukraine’s Yatsenyuk will mean ‘less hysteria’

    Alexey Timofeychev, Russia Beyond the Headlines The announcement by Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk that he is to resign has not been especially lamented among the Russian political establishment. …read more Source: United Press...

    Hillel International to open in Poland
    Apr12

    Hillel International to open in Poland

    (JTA) — Hillel International will open operations in Poland, the organization serving Jewish students announced. The opening of Hillel Warsaw is scheduled for April 18, on the eve of the 73rd anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. A delegation of Hillel International leaders and Jewish dignitaries from around the world will...

    Referendum pressures Netherlands to craft new Ukraine policy
    Apr12

    Referendum pressures Netherlands to craft new Ukraine policy

    The Dutch government will come with an reaction to the Netherlands “no”-vote in the Ukraine referendum last week, and plans on how to proceed, by September at the latest, Minister Bert Koenders of Foreign Affairs wrote in a letter to Parliament on Tuesday. The post Referendum pressures Netherlands to craft new Ukraine policy appeared...

    NKR Operative Headquarters asks to stop food aid
    Apr12

    NKR Operative Headquarters asks to stop food aid

    The Operative Headquarters led by Prime Minister of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic Araik Hartoutiunyan has received 1 million 193 thousand AMD, 1 million USD, 7,700 EUR, and 13 million rubles as of April 10. The donations will be spent on arming the NKR Defense Army. The Operative Headquarters is engaged in distribution of the food aid to the...

    Ukraine parliament weighs PM resignation, government overhaul (AFP)
    Apr12

    Ukraine parliament weighs PM resignation, government overhaul (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Ukraine’s parliament was weighing Tuesday whether to approve the resignation of embattled Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk as backroom talks raged about the make-up of a new pro-EU government. …read more Source: The West...