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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    TIME’s Best Photojournalism of 2015
    Dec17

    TIME’s Best Photojournalism of 2015

    In 2015, TIME sent photographers to Chechnya, Croatia, Cuba, the Democratic Republic of Congo, El Salvador, France, Gaza, Germany, Greece, Iran, Malaysia, Nepal, Syria, Turkey and Vietnam, as well as across the U.S. to cover the world’s biggest stories. Those photographers brought back an impressive array of heart-wrenching, surprising and...

    Vladimir Putin’s annual press conference – live
    Dec17

    Vladimir Putin’s annual press conference – live

    Russian president holds annual press conference with Russian and international journalists in Moscow 8.57am GMTThe conference hasn’t even started yet and we’re already talking about a bear with an axe.Screen currently has flags of Russian regions up, one of which is A BEAR WITH AN AXE. How cool is that? pic.twitter.com/8KkViyJxzQ...

    Russia imposes Ukraine trade measures
    Dec17

    Russia imposes Ukraine trade measures

    Russia has cancelled free trade privileges for Ukraine from 1 January, but says it still wants to meet for talks with EU mediators this weekend. …read more Source:...

    Important is the individual
    Dec17

    Important is the individual

    Perhaps, it may be considered “non-patriotic” and “anti-national”, however, I do not perceive people in the light of their ethnic origin. “Do you know that this-and-this is Armenian?” For example, the Brits, Germans, Basques and even Chinese are “Armenians”. But these people do not know that they are Armenians. What do we gain by reading about...

    Russia says IMF's decision on Ukraine debt changes nothing
    Dec17

    Russia says IMF's decision on Ukraine debt changes nothing

    BEIJING (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund’s decision on Ukraine’s debt to Russia did not change anything to Moscow, Russian Deputy Finance Minister Sergei Storchak told reporters in Beijing on Thursday. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine says committed to good faith talks with Russia on $3 billion bond
    Dec17

    Ukraine says committed to good faith talks with Russia on $3 billion bond

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s Finance Ministry said on Thursday it was committed to negotiating in good faith a restructuring of a $3 billion (2.1 billion pounds) Eurobond held entirely by Russia, after the International Monetary Fund ruled the bond was sovereign rather than private debt. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine ‘ready to pay price’ for EU deal
    Dec17

    Ukraine ‘ready to pay price’ for EU deal

    ‘We are ready to pay this price for our freedom and our European choice,’ Ukrainian president says …read more Source: World...

    Ukrainian and NATO Officials Sign Defense Agreement Pledging Greater Cooperation
    Dec17

    Ukrainian and NATO Officials Sign Defense Agreement Pledging Greater Cooperation

    Officials from NATO and Ukraine agreed on a roadmap Wednesday for greater cooperation between the organization and the troubled country. NATO’s Assistant Secretary General for Defense Investment Patrick Auroy and First Deputy Secretary of the Defense Council of Ukraine Oleg Gladkovskyi were present to sign off on the NATO-Ukraine...

    IMF says Ukraine $3bn bond owned by Russia is official sovereign debt
    Dec17

    IMF says Ukraine $3bn bond owned by Russia is official sovereign debt

    Russia bought a $3 billion bond from the government of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych in 2013. …read more Source: AKIpress News...

    Ukraine accuses Russia of looting oil rigs off coast of Crimea
    Dec17

    Ukraine accuses Russia of looting oil rigs off coast of Crimea

    Ukraine blamed Russia on December 16 of looting two Ukrainian oil rigs after Crimea-based oil and gas firm Chornomornaftogaz moved them to from off the coast of the annexed peninsula into Russian territorial waters. …read more Source: Baltic News...