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    Ukraine’s rebel center in limbo as fighting dies down
    Nov05

    Ukraine’s rebel center in limbo as fighting dies down

    The wounds are raw in the capital of eastern Ukraine’s pro-Russia insurgency and its prognosis not encouraging, even without the artillery barrages that terrified the city during the height of fighting between separatists and Ukrainian forces. Only three years ago, Donetsk was proud of the glitter it showed to spectators at the European...

    Former Georgia Education Minister to head National Police of Ukraine
    Nov05

    Former Georgia Education Minister to head National Police of Ukraine

    The Ukrainian government has chosen the head of the National police of Ukraine, created by Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk in early September. The Department has been headed by Advisor to the Deputy head of the Ministry of internal Affairs Khatia Dekanoidze, who previously held the post of Minister of education of Georgia, reports UNN....

    Ukraine’s rebel center in limbo as fighting dies down
    Nov05

    Ukraine’s rebel center in limbo as fighting dies down

    DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) — The fighting has subsided, but Donetsk is quickly sinking into the past – a shabby Soviet-like state of empty streets and deprivation. Huge portraits of Josef Stalin hanging in the city center only reinforce the impression of failure…. …read more Source: Associated...

    Putin emerged world’s most powerful person on Forbes’ annual ranking 2015
    Nov05

    Putin emerged world’s most powerful person on Forbes’ annual ranking 2015

    The World’s Most Powerful People 2015 on Forbes’ annual ranking shows Vladimir Putin as the world’s most powerful person for the third year running. According to the report, Putin continues to prove he’s one of the few men in the world powerful enough to do what he wants –and get away with it. “International sanctions set...

    [Ticker] Berlin meeting Friday on Ukraine crisis
    Nov05

    [Ticker] Berlin meeting Friday on Ukraine crisis

    Top diplomats from Ukraine, Russia, Germany and France will meet Friday in Berlin in the so-called Normandy format for fresh talks on the conflict in eastern Ukraine, according to the German foreign ministry. In February, the quartet leaders worked out a Minsk peace deal, but the ceasefire remains fragile. …read more Source:...

    No violation of the cease-fire regime was registered
    Nov05

    No violation of the cease-fire regime was registered

    On November 5, in accordance with the arrangement reached with the authorities of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic, the OSCE Mission conducted a planned monitoring of the Line of Contact between the armed forces of Nagorno Karabakh and Azerbaijan in the eastern direction of the Talish village of the NKR Martakert region. From the positions of the...

    Monitoring in the eastern direction of the Talish village
    Nov05

    Monitoring in the eastern direction of the Talish village

    On November 5, in accordance with the arrangement reached with the authorities of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic, the OSCE Mission conducted a planned monitoring of the Line of Contact between the armed forces of Nagorno Karabakh and Azerbaijan in the eastern direction of the Talish village of the NKR Martakert region. From the positions of the...

    Rebel authorities, tycoons exploit aid effort in east Ukraine
    Nov05

    Rebel authorities, tycoons exploit aid effort in east Ukraine

    Helping people affected by war in Ukraine requires managing unpredictable rebel authorities and using services provided by a pro-Kremlin oligarch. …read more Source:...

    Council Of Europe Blasts Ukraine’s Investigations Into Odesa Violence
    Nov05

    Council Of Europe Blasts Ukraine’s Investigations Into Odesa Violence

    The Council of Europe says the Ukrainian government’s investigations into violence that killed 48 people amid separatist tensions in the southern city of Odesa in May 2014 have fallen short of Europea …read more Source: Big News...

    Plane that crashed in South Sudan was in no state to fly
    Nov05

    Plane that crashed in South Sudan was in no state to fly

    The decades-old Antonov plane that crashed yesterday in South Sudan, killing at least 36 people, “was is no state to fly”, the Ukraine-based aircraft company said. “The An-12B was is no state to fly because it failed to undergo timely technical servicing… that should have included work on extending its resources and...