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    Ukraine Flu Death Toll Tops 280
    Feb15

    Ukraine Flu Death Toll Tops 280

    The death toll of the influenza epidemic in Ukraine has reached 286, the Health Ministry has said. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Kremlin-Backed Prosecutor In Crimea Seeks Closure Of Tatar Mejlis
    Feb15

    Kremlin-Backed Prosecutor In Crimea Seeks Closure Of Tatar Mejlis

    The Kremlin-backed prosecutor of Crimea, Natalya Poklonskaya, has filed a request with the territory’s Supreme Court to ban the Crimean Tatars’ self-governing body, the Mejlis. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine Deputy Prosecutor Resigns, Saying Cases Blocked
    Feb15

    Ukraine Deputy Prosecutor Resigns, Saying Cases Blocked

    A Ukrainian deputy general prosecutor has resigned, saying he made the decision because of what he calls endemic corruption in the country’s judicial system and a lack of political will.Vitaly Kasko’s resignation on Monday served yet another blow to Ukraine’s already… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Deputy Prosecutor Resigns, Saying Cases Blocked
    Feb15

    Ukraine Deputy Prosecutor Resigns, Saying Cases Blocked

    A Ukrainian deputy general prosecutor has resigned, saying he made the decision because of what he calls endemic corruption in the country’s judicial system and a lack of political will.Vitaly Kasko’s resignation on Monday served yet another blow to Ukraine’s already… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine deputy prosecutor resigns, saying cases blocked
    Feb15

    Ukraine deputy prosecutor resigns, saying cases blocked

    MOSCOW (AP) ” A Ukrainian deputy general prosecutor has resigned, saying he made the decision because of what he calls endemic corruption in the country’s judicial system and a lack of political will.Vitaly Kasko’s resignation on… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Kazocins: Crimea’s annexation helped revive NATO from a state of stagnation
    Feb15

    Kazocins: Crimea’s annexation helped revive NATO from a state of stagnation

    The conflict in Ukraine and the annexation of Crimea helped revive NATO from a state of stagnation, believes former Chief of Latvian Constitution Protection Bureau Janis Kazocins. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Russia-Ukraine Trade War Update: Truck Transportation Ban Imposed As Fighting Flares In East
    Feb15

    Russia-Ukraine Trade War Update: Truck Transportation Ban Imposed As Fighting Flares In East

    Hundreds of trucks carrying goods between Russia and Ukraine are unable to cross the border after Moscow Sunday ordered Ukrainian trucks be stopped from entering its territory and Kiev Monday responded in kind. It’s the latest move in a tit-for-tat trade war that shows no sign of abating as fighting continues in eastern Ukraine. …read...

    Ukraine deputy prosecutor resigns, saying cases blocked
    Feb15

    Ukraine deputy prosecutor resigns, saying cases blocked

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    Ukraine deputy prosecutor resigns, saying cases blocked
    Feb15

    Ukraine deputy prosecutor resigns, saying cases blocked

    A Ukrainian deputy general prosecutor has resigned, saying he made the decision because of what he calls endemic corruption in the country’s judicial system and a lack of political will. …read more Source: FOX...

    Ukraine deputy prosecutor resigns, saying cases blocked
    Feb15

    Ukraine deputy prosecutor resigns, saying cases blocked

    MOSCOW (AP) — A Ukrainian deputy general prosecutor has resigned, saying he made the decision because of what he calls endemic corruption in the country’s judicial system and a lack of political will. Vitaly Kasko’s resignation on Monday served yet another blow to Ukraine’s already fragile government and comes on the eve of a...