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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Australia, Ukraine uranium deal on
    Apr01

    Australia, Ukraine uranium deal on

    SYDNEY: Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announced on Friday a pact to export uranium to Ukraine, which could help ease Kiev’s traditional reliance on hostile neighbor Russia for energy. Ukraine has previously expressed interest in buying the material, as well as coal, from Australia, the world’s third-ranking uranium producer...

    NYC exhibition explores works of Ukrainian-American woodcut artist Jacques Hnizdovsky
    Apr01

    NYC exhibition explores works of Ukrainian-American woodcut artist Jacques Hnizdovsky

    NEW YORK — A new exhibition explores the prolific career of Ukrainian-American artist Jacques Hnizdovsky, a master of intricate woodcuts and paintings depicting an array of stylized flora and fauna. “Jacques Hnizdovsky: Content and Style” at the Ukrainian Museum in New York’s East Village covers the breadth of his creative output, from 1944...

    U.S. Offers Ukraine $335 mn in Security Aid
    Apr01

    U.S. Offers Ukraine $335 mn in Security Aid

    The White House announced Thursday that it will provide Ukraine with $335 million more in security assistance. …read more Source: Al-Manar...

    Danish ash trees facing extinction
    Apr01

    Danish ash trees facing extinction

    The noble ancient Danish ash trees are being severely threatened by an aggressive fungus that causes ash dieback, a chronic fungal disease characterised by leaf loss and crown dieback. Stig Egede Hansen, a forester from Stiftelsen Sorø Akademi in Funen, estimates that the vast majority of ash trees have disappeared in Denmark in recent years. “I...

    Spike In Fighting In Eastern Ukraine Threatens Fragile Cease-Fire
    Apr01

    Spike In Fighting In Eastern Ukraine Threatens Fragile Cease-Fire

    An uptick in fighting between Ukrainian troops and Russia-backed separatists reported by OSCE monitors in recent weeks has weakened a shaky truce between the combatants. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Most Chechen terrorists fighting in Syria killed, Kadyrov says
    Apr01

    Most Chechen terrorists fighting in Syria killed, Kadyrov says

    Moscow, SANA – Chechen outgoing President Ramzan Kadyrov announced that most of the Chechen terrorists who were fighting in Syria have been eliminated. “We now have information that most of the Chechens were killed there because the Arabs who are fighting there and other nationalities sent Chechen cannon fodder in first,” Kadyrov said in an...

    World Bank official says political crisis threatens Ukraine reform drive
    Apr01

    World Bank official says political crisis threatens Ukraine reform drive

    A political crisis in Ukraine threatens to derail a Western-backed reform drive and thwart attempts to pull its conflict-hit economy out of a two-year recession, the World Bank’s country director for Ukrainesaid on Friday. …read more Source: Channel...

    US, Japan, South Korea warn North Korea
    Apr01

    US, Japan, South Korea warn North Korea

    President Barack Obama joined with President Park Geun-hye and PM Shinzo Abe, vowing to ramp up pressure on North Korea over “provocations”. ||| Washington – US President Barack Obama joined with South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday, vowing to ramp up pressure on North Korea in response to...

    World bank says political crisis threatens Ukraine reform drive – official
    Apr01

    World bank says political crisis threatens Ukraine reform drive – official

    A political crisis in Ukraine threatens to derail a Western-backed reform drive and thwart attempts to pull its conflict-hit economy out of a two-year recession, the World Bank’s country director for Ukraine, Qimiao Fan, said on Friday. …read more Source: Channel...

    World bank says political crisis threatens Ukraine reform drive – official
    Apr01

    World bank says political crisis threatens Ukraine reform drive – official

    KIEV (Reuters) – A political crisis in Ukraine threatens to derail a Western-backed reform drive and thwart attempts to pull its conflict-hit economy out of a two-year recession, the World Bank’s country director for Ukraine, Qimiao Fan, said on Friday. …read more Source: The...