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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Ukraine: Forget about corruption – invest!
    Oct23

    Ukraine: Forget about corruption – invest!

    Kyiv knows full well that Ukraine’s economic crisis cannot be overcome without investments from the West. At a Berlin conference, the country is courting investors, but back home, the reform process has been slow. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko’s Double-Cross
    Oct23

    Poroshenko’s Double-Cross

    The Ukrainian president is backing a candidate for mayor in Dnipropetrovsk whos beholden to the party of ousted president Viktor Yanukovych. The reason has to do with very oligarchic politics the Euromaidan Revolution was meant to destroy. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Obama vetoes $612 bn defence bill, aid for Ukraine,Syria
    Oct23

    Obama vetoes $612 bn defence bill, aid for Ukraine,Syria

    Obama has said the Congress approved bill impedes the closure of Guantanamo Bay prison and keeping sequestration caps on defense budget …read more Source: World...

    Poroshenko faces judgement day as Ukraine votes without rebel east
    Oct23

    Poroshenko faces judgement day as Ukraine votes without rebel east

    Pro-Western President Petro Poroshenko faces a stern test of his unpopular belt-tightening measures and stuttering anti-corruption drive when Ukraine votes in local elections Sunday that exclude the pro-Russian separatist east …read more Source: The Daily...

    Ukraine Elections October 25 Come Amid Deep Recession, Conflict
    Oct23

    Ukraine Elections October 25 Come Amid Deep Recession, Conflict

    President Petro Poroshenko faces a test of his unpopular belt-tightening measures when Ukraine votes in local elections October 25. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Fear and family values in Putin’s Russia
    Oct23

    Fear and family values in Putin’s Russia

    ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — Vitaly Milonov, the architect of Russia’s infamous anti-gay “propaganda” law, fears for Europe’s future. “Europe is sick with political correctness and liberal tolerance,” Milonov, 41, tells me, as he reclines on a sofa in his spacious offices at St Petersburg’s Legislative Assembly, where he is head of...

    Overseas students become important revenue source for Ukraine: official
    Oct23

    Overseas students become important revenue source for Ukraine: official

    Overseas students are becoming an important source of revenues to the budget of cash-strapped Ukraine, contributing about 500 million US dollars to the country’s economy per year, a senior education official said Thursday. …read more Source: Global...

    Ukraine guns fall silent but conflict remains
    Oct23

    Ukraine guns fall silent but conflict remains

    Ukraine conflict far from over despite truce …read more Source:...

    Man City’s De Bruyne aims to steal Premier League derby spotlight
    Oct23

    Man City’s De Bruyne aims to steal Premier League derby spotlight

    London (AFP) – Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne is relishing the chance to inspire his first derby victory against Manchester United when the Premier League leaders visit Old Trafford this weekend.De Bruyne will experience the hostility and passion of the Manchester derby for the first time following his £55 million ($84...

    Russia shows military might in Syria, also pushes diplomacy
    Oct23

    Russia shows military might in Syria, also pushes diplomacy

    A ground crew member reports to pilots that their jet is ready for a combat mission at Hemeimeem airbase, Syria, on Thursday. (AP/Vladimir Isachenkov)As Russia unleashed waves of warplanes Thursday from this air base in western Syria to pound militant targets, President Vladimir Putin pushed diplomatic efforts with the West, stressing the need...