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    Belavia may fly to new destinations in Ukraine
    Oct26

    Belavia may fly to new destinations in Ukraine

    “If such a necessity arises we will expand the geography of our flights from Minsk to other airports of Ukraine, in addition to Kiev and Odessa,” Igor Cherginets noted. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine local elections leave voters bitter
    Oct26

    Ukraine local elections leave voters bitter

    Less than half of all eligible voters turned out for local elections in Ukraine amid growing disillusionment with the slow pace of reforms and an economy in free fall. …read more Source:...

    Iranian film bags awards at Ukraine’s Dytiatko Fest.
    Oct26

    Iranian film bags awards at Ukraine’s Dytiatko Fest.

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    ‘No margin for error’: dangerous work for Ukraine’s rebel deminers
    Oct26

    ‘No margin for error’: dangerous work for Ukraine’s rebel deminers

    Pro-Russian rebel Konstantin carefully carried an unexploded shell to a hole in the earth under a tree. Laying a charge of TNT, he then blew it up in cloud of black smoke.After some 18 months the fighting in east Ukraine has all but ground to a halt as a ceasefire has largely taken hold over the past six weeks, but for Konstantin dangerous work...

    Ukraine, Russia ground direct flights in latest spat
    Oct26

    Ukraine, Russia ground direct flights in latest spat

    The latest spat over flights started with current President Poroshenko’s announcement that Russian airlines would soon be barred from landing in Ukraine because of Moscow’s refusal to hand back the strategic Crimea peninsula. …read more Source: World...

    CIS countries plan to create joint institute for space research
    Oct26

    CIS countries plan to create joint institute for space research

    The representatives of Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine and Azerbaijan agreed on multilateral cooperation, an interstate system for space monitoring of emergency situations, as well as an interregional satellite communication system, according to Roscosmos, Sputnik News reports. A protocol on CIS countries cooperation...

    ‘No margin for error’: dangerous work for Ukraine’s rebel deminers (AFP)
    Oct26

    ‘No margin for error’: dangerous work for Ukraine’s rebel deminers (AFP)

    Donetsk (Ukraine) (AFP) – Pro-Russian rebel Konstantin carefully carried an unexploded shell to a hole in the earth under a tree. Laying a charge of TNT, he then blew it up in cloud of black smoke. …read more Source: The West...

    Ukrainian Ballot Count Begins In Vote That Tests Government
    Oct26

    Ukrainian Ballot Count Begins In Vote That Tests Government

    The vote count has begun a day after Ukrainian elections for mayors and council representatives that are seen as a survival test for President Petro Poroshenko’s fragile ruling coalition. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Eurosceptics claim victory in landmark Poland election
    Oct26

    Eurosceptics claim victory in landmark Poland election

    By Pawel Sobczak and Wiktor Szary Poland’s eurosceptic Law and Justice party (PiS) claimed victory on Sunday in a watershed election that risks putting the ex-communist state on a collision course with key European Union allies. Run by Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the twin brother of Poland’s late president Lech, PiS secured 38 percent of the...

    Russia’s Loitering Close to Vital Underwater Data Cables Has the U.S. Spooked
    Oct26

    Russia’s Loitering Close to Vital Underwater Data Cables Has the U.S. Spooked

    U.S. officials are growing increasingly concerned about the close proximity of certain Russian submarines and spy ships to essential underwater global communications and Internet cables, the New York Times reports. Experts fear that were the Russians to successfully sever the undersea fiberoptic cables, they could cut communications for much of...