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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    A Russian storm in a sherry glass
    Sep20

    A Russian storm in a sherry glass

    Silvio Berlusconi’s done it again. This time the former Italian PM is being accused of masterminding a drinking escapade in Crimea that’s sparked a criminal investigation by Ukrainian authorities. Fiona Clark reports. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin wants air base in Belarus
    Sep20

    Putin wants air base in Belarus

    MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered his ministers to agree a deal with Belarus so that Moscow can establish an air base in the ex-Soviet country, as Kremlin’s ties with the West remain at a post-Cold War low over the Ukraine crisis. The creation of a Russian military air base on the doorstep of the European Union in Belarus...

    Body of missing Israeli man found in river near Ukraine pilgrimage site
    Sep20

    Body of missing Israeli man found in river near Ukraine pilgrimage site

    JERUSALEM (JTA) — The body of an Israeli man who was missing in Uman since Rosh Hashanah was found floating in a river near the grave of the founder of the Breslov Hasidic movement. Amir Ohana, 28, was found Saturday by volunteers from the ZAKA rescue and recovery organization. He was wearing his Shabbat clothes but without shoe or socks, and it...

    Ukrainian Army Opens Fire on Luhansk Six Times in One Day
    Sep20

    Ukrainian Army Opens Fire on Luhansk Six Times in One Day

    TEHRAN (FNA)- Ukraine’s military violated the ceasefire regime for six times in the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR) in the last 24 hours, the people’s militia said on Sunday. …read more Source: Fars News...

    Putin wants air base in Belarus
    Sep20

    Putin wants air base in Belarus

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered his ministers to agree a deal with Belarus so that Moscow can establish an air base in the ex-Soviet country, as Kremlin’s ties with the West remain at a post-Cold War low over the Ukraine crisis. The creation of a Russian military air base on the doorstep of the European Union in Belarus has...

    Close to 290,000 foreign tourists visit Sofia over first six months of 2015
    Sep20

    Close to 290,000 foreign tourists visit Sofia over first six months of 2015

    The number of tourists from abroad who have visited Sofia over the January – June 2015 period is up by 5.7 percent; the number of tourists from Bulgaria stands at over 291,000, according to data of the Tourism municipal enterprise. Data from the past five years show an annual rise in the number of visitors to Sofia. However, the number of foreign...

    Crimean Tatars start Crimea blockade
    Sep20

    Crimean Tatars start Crimea blockade

    People participating in blockade are set to stop smugglers from supplying goods to Russia-annexed peninsula …read more Source: World...

    Putin wants air base in Belarus
    Sep20

    Putin wants air base in Belarus

    Russian President Vladimir Putin orders his ministers to agree a deal with Belarus so that Moscow can establish an air base in the ex-Soviet country, as Kremlin’s ties with the West remain at a post-Cold War low over the Ukraine crisis …read more Source: The Daily...

    Handball Champions League: Metalurg loses opening game, Vardar to play Montpellier
    Sep20

    Handball Champions League: Metalurg loses opening game, Vardar to play Montpellier

    Metalurg lost the opening game in Group D of the handball Champions League to Ukraine’s Motor Zaporozhye 30:24 on Saturday. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    Sesil Karatantcheva drops out of Tokyo tennis tournament qualifications
    Sep20

    Sesil Karatantcheva drops out of Tokyo tennis tournament qualifications

    Sesil Karatantcheva has dropped out of the Toray Pan Pacific Open Tennis Tournament in Tokyo, after losing to No. 251 seed Olga Savchuk, Ukraine 1:6, 2:6 in a match from the second round of the tournament qualifications. The Bulgarian tennis player started her partcipation in Tokyo by winning versus Kyoka Okamura of Japan 6:3, 6:4. …read...