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    Ukraine Must Include Militiamen in Prisoners” Exchange, Rebels Say
    Jan20

    Ukraine Must Include Militiamen in Prisoners” Exchange, Rebels Say

    Minsk, The representatives of the insurgent People”s Republics of Donetsk (PRD) and Lugansk (PRL) will demand Kiev on Wednesday at the meeting of the Contact Group on Ukraine to include the militiamen in the exchange of prisoners. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine expands bitter trade war with Russia (AFP)
    Jan20

    Ukraine expands bitter trade war with Russia (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Ukraine on Wednesday escalated its bitter trade war with Russia in punishment for Moscow’s seeming efforts to choke off its westward-leaning neighbour’s economic ties with other former Soviet states. …read more Source: The West...

    Iran offers to help PH fight terror
    Jan20

    Iran offers to help PH fight terror

    FERNAN MARASIGAN AND CATHERINE VALENTE REPORTERSSAYING it is also suffering from the atrocities of the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq (ISIS), Iran has offered to help the Philippines fight all forms of terrorism and extremism through intelligence sharing. Mohammad Tanhaei, Iran’s Ambassador to the Philippines, said while there is no...

    Ukraine Must Include Militiamen in Prisoners”” Exchange, Rebels Say
    Jan20

    Ukraine Must Include Militiamen in Prisoners”” Exchange, Rebels Say

    20 de enero de 2016, 09:36Minsk, Jan 20 (Prensa Latina) The representatives of the insurgent People””s Republics of Donetsk (PRD) and Lugansk (PRL) will demand Kiev on Wednesday at the meeting of the Contact Group on Ukraine to include the militiamen in the exchange of prisoners. …read more Source: Prensa...

    Seeking Asylum In Ukraine, Russian Dissidents Get Cold Shoulder
    Jan20

    Seeking Asylum In Ukraine, Russian Dissidents Get Cold Shoulder

    More than 200 Russian dissidents have fled to Ukraine over the past two years, but only a handful have been granted political asylum. Some fear they could be sent back and are warning that Ukraine is not a safe place for embattled Russian opposition activists. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia-Ukraine Trade War Update: Economic Embargo Has 70 More Products Added To List
    Jan20

    Russia-Ukraine Trade War Update: Economic Embargo Has 70 More Products Added To List

    Ukraine has announced scores of additional Russian products will be tacked on to an existing list of embargoed goods as the trade war between the neighboring countries escalated further Wednesday, local media reported. The move comes one day after French and German diplomats met with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in an effort to end the...

    Poroshenko Laid Flowers To Monument To Zhyzneuski
    Jan20

    Poroshenko Laid Flowers To Monument To Zhyzneuski

    Ukraine’s president Petro Poroshenko together with his wife Marina have laid flowers to the monument to Mikhail Zhyzneuski and Sergei Nigoyan. …read more Source:...

    Growing number of businesses move from Belarus, Ukraine to Lithuania
    Jan20

    Growing number of businesses move from Belarus, Ukraine to Lithuania

    Lithuania’s economy minister says that Invest Lithuania this year will pay special attention to attracting manufacturing companies to Lithuania and the head of the government’s foreign investment promotion agency notes that an increasing number of companies from countries to the east have been moving their businesses to Lithuania...

    Szałamacha: Poland will continue cooperating with Weimar Triangle
    Jan20

    Szałamacha: Poland will continue cooperating with Weimar Triangle

    The Finance Minister Paweł Szałamacha declared that Poland will continue its cooperation with Germany and France as part of the Weimar Triangle – a trilateral grouping created for the exchange of ideas. He also appealed for increased support for Ukraine. “We wish to continue this cooperation and dialogue with the Federal Republic of Germany and...

    Burkina Faso: Three Al-Qaeda Attackers At Large, Says French PM
    Jan20

    Burkina Faso: Three Al-Qaeda Attackers At Large, Says French PM

    Three attackers linked to the Al-Qaeda-coordinated assault on a hotel and cafe in Burkina Faso are still at large, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Tuesday. Reuters reported that three gunmen were killed in the operation by Burkinabe forces to retake the Splendid Hotel and other nearby buildings in the capital Ouagadougou. Militants...