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    Italy’s Berlusconi banned from Ukraine for three years
    Sep17

    Italy’s Berlusconi banned from Ukraine for three years

    The Ukrainian security service has banned former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi from entering Ukraine in the “interests of national security”, online Ukrainian newspaper Apostrophe reported on Thursday. …read more Source: The Times of...

    Why Greece, Europe and the West Need Meimarakis
    Sep17

    Why Greece, Europe and the West Need Meimarakis

    As Greece embarks on its third poll in nine months, political and economic uncertainty prevails. For seven months, former Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras engaged in reckless brinksmanship with Europe. Tsipras’ approach backfired and he pushed Greece to the verge of economic collapse. As a direct result, Greece was forced to accept the third...

    Poland’s pro-defense forces hold first nationwide rally
    Sep17

    Poland’s pro-defense forces hold first nationwide rally

    Members of pro-defense forces attend a parade in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Warsaw, Poland, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, during the first nationwide rally. They have marched in downtown Warsaw to show their readiness to defend Poland if needed, amid concerns over the conflict in neighboring Ukraine and Russia’s role in...

    Ukraine bans BBC journalists from entering country amidst ‘security threat’
    Sep17

    Ukraine bans BBC journalists from entering country amidst ‘security threat’

    UKRAINE has been forced to make a U-turn after banning three Russian-based BBC journalists from entering Ukraine with claims they posed a security threat. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Livid As Putin, Berlusconi Swig Crimea’s Oldest Bottle Of Wine
    Sep17

    Ukraine Livid As Putin, Berlusconi Swig Crimea’s Oldest Bottle Of Wine

    Ukraine accuses Russian President Vladimir Putin and former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi of drinking one of Crimea’s most precious bottles of wine, brought to the peninsula during the reign of Catherine the Great. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Youths in military uniform march through Warsaw on Soviet invasion anniversary
    Sep17

    Youths in military uniform march through Warsaw on Soviet invasion anniversary

    Around 5,000 Polish youths wearing military uniform and carrying Kalashnikov replicas marched through Warsaw, pledging to come to their country’s aid if necessary amid concern over Russian activity in Ukraine …read more Source: The Daily...

    Ukraine parliament backs crucial debt write-off deal (AFP)
    Sep17

    Ukraine parliament backs crucial debt write-off deal (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Ukraine’s parliament on Thursday backed a crucial debt restructuring agreement that will save Kiev billions of dollars and keep the war-torn country from falling into an unmanaged default. …read more Source: The West...

    Czech consular offices in Ukraine flooded by repatriation seekers
    Sep17

    Czech consular offices in Ukraine flooded by repatriation seekers

    Kiev – Clerks from the foreign and interior ministries are temporarily working at Czech consular offices in Ukraine that are flooded by hundreds of repatriation applications from ethnic Czechs who… …read more Source: České...

    Italy Bans Former Prime Minister Berlusconi for 3 Years: Report
    Sep17

    Italy Bans Former Prime Minister Berlusconi for 3 Years: Report

    The Ukrainian security service has banned former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi from entering Ukraine in the “interests of national security”, online Ukrainian newspaper Apostrophe reported … …read more Source:...

    Ukraine to take BBC journalists off its sanctions list
    Sep17

    Ukraine to take BBC journalists off its sanctions list

    MOSCOW (AP) — An official says Ukraine’s president has instructed security officials to strike the names of three BBC journalists off the country’s sanctions list. …read more Source: CNS...