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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Russia militarizing Crimea
    Feb16

    Russia militarizing Crimea

    Recent drills have seen large-scale deployment of military equipment, weapons to peninsula …read more Source: World...

    Some 700 polling places shuttered on Ukraine referendum day
    Feb16

    Some 700 polling places shuttered on Ukraine referendum day

    About 10 percent of voting stations in the Netherlands will not be open for voting in the Ukraine referendum on April 6th, according to a survey done by NOS among the Dutch municipalities. The post Some 700 polling places shuttered on Ukraine referendum day appeared first on NL Times. …read more Source: NL...

    Ukrainian drug dealer is tortured after being caught by pro-Russian rebels
    Feb16

    Ukrainian drug dealer is tortured after being caught by pro-Russian rebels

    WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT – The ‘punishment’ happened in the town of Communar, Donetsk Oblast, in southern Ukraine, which is currently occupied by pro-Russian rebels. …read more Source: Daily...

    M. Kukushkin advanced into quarterfinals of Delray Beach Open in men’s doubles
    Feb16

    M. Kukushkin advanced into quarterfinals of Delray Beach Open in men’s doubles

    ASTANA. KAZINFORM – Kazakhstani tennis player Mikhail Kukushkin playing in pair with Ilya Marchenko from Ukraine advanced into the quarterfinals of the Delray Beach Open in the USA in men’s doubles. The prize fund of the tournament is USD 576 900, Sports.kz informs. …read more Source:...

    New Trajectories of Civil Service Reform in Kazakhstan
    Feb16

    New Trajectories of Civil Service Reform in Kazakhstan

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. In December 2012, President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev presented his vision of Kazakhstan in 2050, which aims to enter the country in the top 30 most-developed countries. One of the priorities of this strategy is the formation of a professional state...

    Russia and Ukraine exchange restrictions on road hauliers
    Feb16

    Russia and Ukraine exchange restrictions on road hauliers

    On Russian and Ukrainian roads, several hundred lorries are not allowed to drive further as both countries have exchanged announcements on economic blockades after the Ukrainian government stated on February 15 that Russian lorries would no longer be allowed to transit through Ukraine. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Araz Azimov: We are not planning to join EU
    Feb16

    Araz Azimov: We are not planning to join EU

    “The Association Agreement with EU is not suitable for us because it is a step for EU accession of such countries as Georgia and Ukraine.” …read more Source:...

    Missiles in Syria kill 50 as schools, hospitals hit; Turkey accuses Russia
    Feb16

    Missiles in Syria kill 50 as schools, hospitals hit; Turkey accuses Russia

    A boy lies on a bed with an injured hand after what is said to be a missile attack on a hospital in Azaz, Aleppo, Syria, February 15, 2016 in this still image taken from a video on a social media website. REUTERS KIEV/BEIRUT: Turkey on Monday accused Russia of an “obvious war crime” after missile attacks in northern Syria killed scores of people,...

    Missiles in Syria kill 50 as schools, hospitals hit; Turkey accuses Russia
    Feb16

    Missiles in Syria kill 50 as schools, hospitals hit; Turkey accuses Russia

    Turkey on Monday accused Russia of an “obvious war crime” after missile attacks in northern Syria killed scores of people, and warned Kurdish militia fighters there they would face the “harshest reaction” if they tried to capture a town near the Turkish border. An offensive supported by Russian bombing and Iranian-backed...

    Missiles in Syria kill 50 as schools, hospitals hit
    Feb16

    Missiles in Syria kill 50 as schools, hospitals hit

    Turkey on Monday accused Russia of an ‘obvious war crime’ after missile attacks in northern Syria killed scores of people, and warned Kurdish militia fighters there they would face the ‘harshest reaction’ if they tried to capture a town near the Turkish border. An offensive supported by Russian bombing and Iranian-backed Shi’ite...