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    Ukraine’s working group on political affairs sits in Minsk
    Jan12

    Ukraine’s working group on political affairs sits in Minsk

    The meeting between representatives of Ukraine, Russia and the OSCE in Minsk is the first one in 2016. …read more Source:...

    Lithuania’s Euroapotheca invests EUR 40,000 in pharmacy in Ukraine
    Jan12

    Lithuania’s Euroapotheca invests EUR 40,000 in pharmacy in Ukraine

    Euroapotheca, a Vilniaus Prekyba company that owns one of Lithuania’s biggest pharmacy chains, has invested 40,000 euros in its second pharmacy in Ukraine, reported LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Ukraine’s Opposition Move to Overturn Blacklisting of Gérard Depardieu, Fred Durst and Others
    Jan12

    Ukraine’s Opposition Move to Overturn Blacklisting of Gérard Depardieu, Fred Durst and Others

    The Kiev District Administrative Court has requested that Ukraine’s Ministry of Culture justifies the blacklist it has compiled of pro-Russian actors and entertainers, whose work is set to be sanctioned in the country, Ukrainian news agency Ukrainsky Novini reports. Currently 83 people are on the Ukrainian government’s so-called...

    Protests launched across Ukraine against Russian cigarettes (AFP)
    Jan12

    Protests launched across Ukraine against Russian cigarettes (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Hundreds of activists in several Ukrainian cities blockaded on Tuesday the cigarette distribution centres owned by a Russian tycoon with alleged links to ousted pro-Moscow president Viktor Yanukovych. …read more Source: The West...

    One year after the Gyumri massacre
    Jan12

    One year after the Gyumri massacre

    On this very day in 2015, at about 7 am, the tanker of the Russian military base located in Gyumri shot and stabbed the 7 members of the Avetisyan family. This incident and the further events revealed numerous circumstances. Let us try to restore what happened and summarize the conclusions we came to during this period. Chronology of the Events...

    A Killed DPR’s Commander Turns to Be a Mahilyeu Dweller
    Jan12

    A Killed DPR’s Commander Turns to Be a Mahilyeu Dweller

    A “lieutenant colonel of DPR” Jauhen Kanonau was unlikely shot by a sniper, but died in the result of internal conflicts between terrorists. …read more Source:...

    Planes leave Minsk Airport in time, flights from Kaliningrad, Kiev delayed
    Jan12

    Planes leave Minsk Airport in time, flights from Kaliningrad, Kiev delayed

    “Flights from Kaliningrad and Kiev (Borispol Airport) have been delayed perhaps due to weather conditions in the airports of those cities. Minsk National Airport is ready to receive aircraft,” said Alexander Karablikov. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Russia gas exports to EU on the rise
    Jan12

    [Ticker] Russia gas exports to EU on the rise

    Natural gas from Russia increased by some 8% last year despite on-going tensions over Ukraine and EU-imposed sanctions, reports Radio Free Europe . Germany saw a 17.1% spike, amounting to 45.3 billion cubic meters, an historic high. Gas to France increased by 36.8%, Italy 12.6%, and UK 10.2%. …read more Source:...

    Moscow tests Crimea-based radar station which can monitor Istanbul
    Jan12

    Moscow tests Crimea-based radar station which can monitor Istanbul

    “The tests aimed to exercise communications between operations centers of warships and air and surface targets,” Russian officials said. …read more Source:...

    India sentences crew of US-owned ship to 5 years in jail
    Jan12

    India sentences crew of US-owned ship to 5 years in jail

    NEW DELHI (AP) — A news report says an Indian court has sentenced the crew of an American-owned ship to five years in prison for illegally entering Indian waters while carrying weapons and ammunition. In its report late Monday, the Press Trust of India news agency, or PTI, said the 35-member crew includes British, Ukrainian and Estonian...