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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Ukraine chooses cheaper EU gas over costly Russian price
    Jan11

    Ukraine chooses cheaper EU gas over costly Russian price

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has said Kyiv can buy gas from the European Union at a cheaper rate than Russia has offered, adding that the average price of gas from the EU stands at about $200, as reported by Sputnik on Jan. 10 …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Western sanctions ‘severely’ harming Russia: Putin
    Jan11

    Western sanctions ‘severely’ harming Russia: Putin

    President Vladimir Putin acknowledged Monday in an interview with German daily Bild that Western economic sanctions over the Ukraine crisis are affecting Russia. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Netflix: How to watch content that is not available in Nigeria
    Jan11

    Netflix: How to watch content that is not available in Nigeria

    In Nigeria, you may not have access to all the shows/movies that someone in the US or UK will have access to. So how do you gain access? Netflix recently announced that it had expanded into an unprecedented 130 additional countries, including Nigeria, at the CES 2016 event which held in Las Vegas.This means you will have access to loads of...

    Successful Foreign Policy, EEU Decline, Cross-Border Projects – State Press Digest
    Jan11

    Successful Foreign Policy, EEU Decline, Cross-Border Projects – State Press Digest

    Poland-Belarus-Ukraine cross-border cooperation area According to Belarusian state-controlled press, 2015 was a successful year for Belarusian foreign policy, as the country strengthened its position in international affairs and relations with key western actors. The national budget for 2016 reflects the impact of the ongoing economic crisis and...

    Successful Foreign Policy, EEU Decline, Cross-Border Projects – State Press Digest
    Jan11

    Successful Foreign Policy, EEU Decline, Cross-Border Projects – State Press Digest

    Poland-Belarus-Ukraine cross-border cooperation area According to Belarusian state-controlled press, 2015 was a successful year for Belarusian foreign policy, as the country strengthened its position in international affairs and relations with key western actors. The national budget for 2016 reflects the impact of the ongoing economic crisis and...

    Bulgaria’s Dimitrov to Face Pablo Cuevas in Sydney ATP 250
    Jan11

    Bulgaria’s Dimitrov to Face Pablo Cuevas in Sydney ATP 250

    Grigor Dimitrov, Bulgaria’s top male tennis player, is set to play against Pablo Cuevas (Uruguay) in the second round of the ATP 250 tournament in Sydney, Australia, on Wednesday. Dimitrov and Cuevas have met two times on the tennis court, with each having gained one victory over the other. In case of a win on Wednesday, January 13,...

    Bulgaria’s Dimitrov to Face Pablo Cuevas in Sydney ATP 250
    Jan11

    Bulgaria’s Dimitrov to Face Pablo Cuevas in Sydney ATP 250

    Grigor Dimitrov, Bulgaria’s top male tennis player, is set to play against Pablo Cuevas (Uruguay) in the second round of the ATP 250 tournament in Sydney, Australia, on Wednesday. Dimitrov and Cuevas have met two times on the tennis court, with each having gained one victory over the other. In case of a win on Wednesday, January 13,...

    Afghanistan Eyes TRACECA Membership
    Jan11

    Afghanistan Eyes TRACECA Membership

    Afghanistan is trying to get Transport Corridor Europe-Caucasus-Asia (TRACECA) membership in a bid to boost trade relations with other countries – particularly Europe, said Mohammadullah Batash, the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation. He said membership of TRACECA will provide Afghanistan with easy access to South Asia and European markets....

    Putin: US and NATO want to ‘sit on the throne in Europe alone’
    Jan11

    Putin: US and NATO want to ‘sit on the throne in Europe alone’

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has defended his policies in Ukraine and Crimea and slammed NATO expansion and the United States. He also said he trusts German Chancellor Angela Merkel. …read more Source:...

    Putin: If Kosovo could do it, so could Crimea
    Jan11

    Putin: If Kosovo could do it, so could Crimea

    “It is not borders and state territories that matter, but people’s fortunes,” Russian President Vladimir Putin has said.In an interview for Germany’s Bild newspaper, he reiterated his position that Russia respected international law in the case of the annexation of Crimea. …read more Source:...