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    3 People Killed by Land Mine in Eastern Ukraine
    Feb10

    3 People Killed by Land Mine in Eastern Ukraine

    At least three people in eastern Ukraine have been killed when a bus hit a land mine in no man’s land between separatist rebels and government troops …read more Source: ABC...

    3 people killed by land mine in eastern Ukraine
    Feb10

    3 people killed by land mine in eastern Ukraine

    At least three people have been killed in eastern Ukraine when a bus hit a land mine in a no man’s land between separatist rebels and government troops. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    3 people killed by land mine in eastern Ukraine
    Feb10

    3 people killed by land mine in eastern Ukraine

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    IMF chief Lagarde warns Ukraine
    Feb10

    IMF chief Lagarde warns Ukraine

    Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, warned Ukraine Wednesday that unless the country cracks down on corruption and enacts promised reforms, it runs the risk of losing an IMF-led $40 billion bailout program crucial to saving the economy from collapse. “I am concerned about Ukraine’s slow progress in...

    Russia proposed new plan to end Syria war
    Feb10

    Russia proposed new plan to end Syria war

    Russia proposed a new plan to Washington to resolve the Syrian crisis, noting that it did not include the removal of President Bashar Al-Assad, the Anadolu Agency reported a senior official as saying yesterday. In an interview with the Russian Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said: “Russia is not alone in...

    Belarus, Armenia to cooperate in translation, exchange of books Read full text at: http://eng.belta.by/culture/view/belarus-armenia-to-cooperate-in-translation-exchange-of-books-88870-2016/ If you use BelTA’s materials, you must credit us with a hyperlink to eng.belta.by.
    Feb10

    Belarus, Armenia to cooperate in translation, exchange of books Read full text at: http://eng.belta.by/culture/view/belarus-armenia-to-cooperate-in-translation-exchange-of-books-88870-2016/ If you use BelTA’s materials, you must credit us with a hyperlink to eng.belta.by.

    Belarus and Armenia have agreed to establish an exchange of books and cooperate in translation of works by Belarusian and Armenian writers and poets into national languages, Armenian Deputy Culture Minister Artur Poghosyan told journalists on 10 February, BelTA reports. The Armenian official attended the opening ceremony of the 23rd International...

    Lagarde warns Ukraine over pace of reform
    Feb10

    Lagarde warns Ukraine over pace of reform

    IMF chief says that without a big push ‘it is hard to see how the IMF-supported programme can continue’ …read more Source: Financial...

    4 killed as passenger bus hits mine in east Ukraine
    Feb10

    4 killed as passenger bus hits mine in east Ukraine

    Four people were killed today when a passenger minibus hit a mine in eastern Ukraine during a relative calm in fighting, officials said. An AFP reporter at the scene saw pools of blood and personal belongings of the victims scattered near a checkpoint at Marinka – a flashpoint village of about 10,000 people that witnessed heavy battles...

    IMF Chief Warns Ukraine Over Slow Pace of Reform
    Feb10

    IMF Chief Warns Ukraine Over Slow Pace of Reform

    The head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, has warned Ukraine it would be unable to keep supporting it financially if the country doesn’t step up its reforms efforts. Ukraine relies on funding from the IMF and international donors as it battles deep economic problems, in large part resulting from the conflict in the...

    Four killed as passenger bus hits mine in east Ukraine (AFP)
    Feb10

    Four killed as passenger bus hits mine in east Ukraine (AFP)

    Marinka (Ukraine) (AFP) – Four people were killed on Wednesday when a passenger minibus hit a mine in eastern Ukraine during a relative calm in fighting, officials said. …read more Source: The West...