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    Ukraine: 3 soldiers killed in explosion in the east
    Mar02

    Ukraine: 3 soldiers killed in explosion in the east

    Ukrainian authorities say three soldiers have been killed and two wounded in the Donbas region in the country’s east as their car exploded. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Lennon not Lenin: Ukraine renames street after late Beatle
    Mar02

    Lennon not Lenin: Ukraine renames street after late Beatle

    It was only a minor tweak in the spelling but a historic change when a Ukrainian village on March 2 renamed a street, which honoured Soviet founder Lenin, after The Beatles’ John Lennon. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Ukraine: 3 Soldiers Killed in Explosion in the East
    Mar02

    Ukraine: 3 Soldiers Killed in Explosion in the East

    Ukrainian authorities say three soldiers have been killed and two wounded in the Donbas region in the country’s east as their car exploded …read more Source: ABC...

    For Ukrainians, Minsk Agreements are ‘Poison’
    Mar02

    For Ukrainians, Minsk Agreements are ‘Poison’

    Two years after the start of the Ukraine conflict, Ukrainians are coming under pressure from the West and Russia to comply with the Minsk agreements, and many here doubt the country will be able to enact the overdue constitutional reforms required to implement the peace deal. Politicians and analysts say Ukraine is being cornered by both Russia...

    News24.com | Lennon not Lenin: Ukraine renames street after late Beatle
    Mar02

    News24.com | Lennon not Lenin: Ukraine renames street after late Beatle

    It was only a minor tweak in the spelling, but a historic change when a Ukrainian village renamed a street which honoured Soviet founder Lenin, after The Beatles’ John Lennon. …read more Source:...

    Belarusian scientists honored with awards
    Mar02

    Belarusian scientists honored with awards

    Belarusian scientists are among the awardees of the national academies of sciences of Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Euro organizers increase security budget after Paris attacks
    Mar02

    Euro organizers increase security budget after Paris attacks

    Euro 2016 organizers have increased the security budget by 15 percent in the wake of the Paris attacks. The attacks that left 130 people dead in November have forced organizers to “strengthen” safety measures, with the security budget up to 34 million euros ($36.9 million), organizing president Jacques Lambert said on Wednesday at a...

    Russian prosecutor demands 23 years in jail for female Ukrainian pilot
    Mar02

    Russian prosecutor demands 23 years in jail for female Ukrainian pilot

    A prosecutor asked a Russian court on Wednesday to jail Ukrainian military pilot Nadezhda Savchenko for 23 years, saying she was guilty of complicity in killing two Russian journalists reporting on the fighting in east Ukraine, Russian media reported. …read more Source: Channel...

    Anna Buxton: “Very often a person feels more Bulgarian when they are away from Bulgaria”
    Mar02

    Anna Buxton: “Very often a person feels more Bulgarian when they are away from Bulgaria”

    On March 3, as part of events marking Bulgaria’s Liberation Day, the Bulgarian Cultural Institute in London will host the exhibition “Maps of Bulgaria.” It will be presented by our compatriot Anna Buxton, a researcher of Bulgarian history, translator and writer, wife of well-known translator of Bulgarian literature Christopher...

    Russia seeks 23 years jail for Ukraine pilot
    Mar02

    Russia seeks 23 years jail for Ukraine pilot

    MOSCOW: Russia’s state prosecutor on Wednesday demanded a 23-year prison sentence for Ukrainian pilot and lawmaker Nadiya Savchenko accused of killing two Russian journalists in war-torn Ukraine. “The prosecution requested 23 years,” one of Savchenko’s lawyers, Mark Feigin, said on Twitter. After more than a year in detention, the...