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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Ukraine bans workplace discrimination against gays
    Nov12

    Ukraine bans workplace discrimination against gays

    The controversial bill in the deeply conservative eastern European country had failed on two previous occasions in the past week, but it mustered the required parliamentary majority after six consecutive votes in a raucous morning session. …read more Source: Channel...

    Russian ex-cop sentenced to prison for ‘spying for CIA’
    Nov12

    Russian ex-cop sentenced to prison for ‘spying for CIA’

    Russia has sentenced a former policeman to 13 years in prison on high treason charges, accusing him of spying for the CIA, the security service said on Thursday. The Moscow District Court today convicted a former employee of the interior ministry’s Moscow region branch, Yevgeny Chistov, of high treason and sentenced him to 13 years in a...

    Why the Migrant Issue Divides Europe
    Nov12

    Why the Migrant Issue Divides Europe

    There are now two Europes. The first is home to those committed to common political values, shared burdens and an ever closer European Union. The second is for those who see national and European values in almost constant conflict, who say each nation should solve its own problems, whatever the cost to the dream of “Europe whole and free.” This...

    What is separated in Armenia from the state?
    Nov12

    What is separated in Armenia from the state?

    The church or the religious organizations? The main debate on the draft Constitution, of course, is about reproduction and non-reproduction “narrations”. The debate in itself is quite ridiculous, but there is another debate dimension, where the ones saying “No” claim that this draft destroys the Armenian traditional family and the church, while...

    Kremlin-controlled TV airs ‘secret’ plans for nuclear weapon
    Nov12

    Kremlin-controlled TV airs ‘secret’ plans for nuclear weapon

    Putin has held four meetings on defense issues in as many days this week, reflecting the close attention he is paying to military modernization at a time of heightened tensions with the United States and Europe over the crisis in Ukraine. At Monday’s meeting, he said Russia’s military modernization program had been successfully...

    Ukraine’s Parliament Recognizes 1944 ‘Genocide’ Of Crimean Tatars
    Nov12

    Ukraine’s Parliament Recognizes 1944 ‘Genocide’ Of Crimean Tatars

    Ukraine’s parliament has approved a resolution recognizing the mass deportations of Crimean Tatars in 1944 as genocide. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Azerbaijan becomes major importer of steel pipes from Ukraine
    Nov12

    Azerbaijan becomes major importer of steel pipes from Ukraine

    …read more Source: Today.Az

    Anti-gay vote dashes Ukraine’s EU bid
    Nov12

    Anti-gay vote dashes Ukraine’s EU bid

    A vote on gay rights has derailed Ukraine’s aspirations to join the European Union. …read more Source: THE...

    Crimean Tatar deportation recognized as genocide
    Nov12

    Crimean Tatar deportation recognized as genocide

    245 MPs votes in favor of recognizing Crimean Tatar deportation of 1994 as genocide …read more Source: World...

    Ukraine Bans Workplace Discrimination Against Gays
    Nov12

    Ukraine Bans Workplace Discrimination Against Gays

    Ukraine’s parliament today finally banned discrimination against gays in the workplace during a heated session on legislation that could open the door to visa-free travel to much of the EU in 2016. …read more Source:...