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    Ukraine junior ally quits coalition
    Feb17

    Ukraine junior ally quits coalition

    KIEV (Reuters) – A junior ally in Ukraine’s ruling coalition quit on Wednesday, calling the alliance a “facade” and demanding an overhaul of the way the country was run. …read more Source:...

    Three soldiers killed in east Ukraine clashes
    Feb17

    Three soldiers killed in east Ukraine clashes

    Three Ukrainian soldiers have been killed and seven others wounded in the past 24 hours in clashes with pro-Russia forces in the volatile eastern region.Ukraine’s presidential administration spokesman Oleksandr Motuzyanyk announced the deaths on Tuesday, Interfax news agency reported. He accused the pro-Russia forces of violating the...

    Ukraine junior ally quits coalition
    Feb17

    Ukraine junior ally quits coalition

    KIEV (Reuters) – A junior ally in Ukraine’s ruling coalition quit on Wednesday, calling the alliance a “facade” and demanding an overhaul of the way the country was run. …read more Source: The...

    Kyrgyzstan to terminate free trade agreement with Ukraine
    Feb17

    Kyrgyzstan to terminate free trade agreement with Ukraine

    …read more Source: AKIpress News Agency

    Information center of Belarusian nuclear power plant attracts crowds
    Feb17

    Information center of Belarusian nuclear power plant attracts crowds

    According to the source, the information center moved in to new premises on 1 November 2015. Foreign delegations from Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Poland, Slovenia, Hungary, the USA, Finland and other countries have visited it since the information center was opened. …read more Source:...

    Russia and Turkey run risk of escalation over Syria
    Feb17

    Russia and Turkey run risk of escalation over Syria

    But the recent escalation in rhetoric has sharpened fears of a direct confrontation, analysts warn.The two major players in the Syrian conflict have historic enmities dating back to the 16th century with the first Russo-Turkish wars, and more recently the Crimean War between Russia and the Ottoman Empire backed by Britain and France, in the...

    Ukraine PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk survives no-confidence vote
    Feb17

    Ukraine PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk survives no-confidence vote

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, center, reacts after surviving a vote of no confidence, in Parliament in Kiev, Ukraine, on Tuesday. (AP photo) The government of Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk survived a no-confidence vote on Tuesday though a majority of lawmakers harshly criticised its work. The vote reflected simmering...

    Western-backed Ukrainian government survives no confidence vote
    Feb17

    Western-backed Ukrainian government survives no confidence vote

    …read more Source: AKIpress News Agency

    OSCE monitoring to be conducted in the direction of Martakert
    Feb17

    OSCE monitoring to be conducted in the direction of Martakert

    On February 18, in accordance with an arrangement reached with the authorities of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic, the OSCE Mission will conduct a planned monitoring of the Line of Contact between the armed forces of Nagorno Karabakh and Azerbaijan in the northern direction of Martakert. From the positions of the NKR Defense Army, the monitoring...

    Ukraine’s PM survives no confidence vote
    Feb17

    Ukraine’s PM survives no confidence vote

    Ukraine’s embattled Prime Minister uk survived a no confidence vote in his government on Tuesday that came just hours after the president asked him to stand down. The motion to oust the pro-Western government leader collected only 194 of a required 226 votes in Ukraine’s 450-seat Parliament. President Petro Poroshenko had earlier...