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    Russian accuses Kiev PM of fighting Moscow in Chechnya (AFP)
    Sep09

    Russian accuses Kiev PM of fighting Moscow in Chechnya (AFP)

    Moscow (AFP) – The head of Russia’s powerful investigative body claimed Wednesday that Ukraine’s bespectacled technocrat prime minister fought in Chechya with Islamist insurgents against Moscow. …read more Source: The West...

    Polish PM reaffirms support for Ukraine’s ‘pro-European’ aspirations
    Sep09

    Polish PM reaffirms support for Ukraine’s ‘pro-European’ aspirations

    Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz reaffirmed Poland’s support for Ukraine on Wednesday during a meeting in Warsaw with her Ukrainian counterpart Arseniy Yatsenyuk. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Migrants, Refugees’ Rights to Top UN Council Agenda
    Sep09

    Migrants, Refugees’ Rights to Top UN Council Agenda

    The human rights of migrants and refugees will top the agenda of the upcoming session of the U.N. Human Rights Council. The council’s 30th regular session opens Monday and is scheduled to run until October 2. The U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, will kick off the three week session with an oral update of...

    Poroshenko may renege on self-rule promise if Russia violates truce
    Sep09

    Poroshenko may renege on self-rule promise if Russia violates truce

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko warned Wednesday he may renege on his promise to give pro-Russian separatists more power should Moscow fail to abide by the terms of a shacky truce. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Four Bulgarians proceed to Allianz Cup tennis tournament second round
    Sep09

    Four Bulgarians proceed to Allianz Cup tennis tournament second round

    Elitsa Kostova proceeds to the second round of the Allianz Cup tennis tournament in Sofia with a prize fund worth 25,000 US dollars. The third-seeded Bulgarian defeated Yasmin Gulman of Turkey 6:0, 6:1 and will play versus Russian Viktoria Kamenskaya for a place at the quarterfinals. Dia Evtimova has also been successful at the first round...

    Deal or die for EU industry at climate talks
    Sep09

    Deal or die for EU industry at climate talks

    Striking an ambitious deal at this December’s global climate talks is about more than saving the planet — it could also prevent Europe’s heavy industries from being left behind by competitors in regions less saddled with costly emissions restrictions, Maroš Sefčovič, who is in charge of implementing an EU energy union, told POLITICO....

    Ukraine Says Truce Holding Despite Soldiers Death
    Sep09

    Ukraine Says Truce Holding Despite Soldiers Death

    Ukraine’s army said on Wednesday that a new nine-day truce with pro-Russian separatists was holdings despite small skirmishes that claimed the lives of two government soldiers this week. …read more Source: Al-Manar...

    Most of Estonian population supports assisting poorer countries
    Sep09

    Most of Estonian population supports assisting poorer countries

    The results of a survey presented at the Foreign Ministry on Tuesday showed that 74 percent of Estonia’s population and 98 percent of opinion leaders think that Estonia should assist poorer and less developed countries. Regionally, Eastern European and African countries were highlighted the most, and among individual countries, Ukraine was...

    Ukraine working group on security ends talks in Minsk
    Sep09

    Ukraine working group on security ends talks in Minsk

    On 22 September Minsk will host a regular meeting of the tripartite contact group on Ukraine. The working group on political affairs will continue its work on 15 and 16 September to discuss the local elections. …read more Source:...

    NSDC: Over 50,000 Russian troops on border with Ukraine
    Sep09

    NSDC: Over 50,000 Russian troops on border with Ukraine

    About 53,000 Russian military are still on the border with Ukraine, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksandr Turchynov said on Ukrainian television’s Channel 24. …read more Source:...