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    Ukraine extends ban on farmland sale until 2017
    Dec08

    Ukraine extends ban on farmland sale until 2017

    KIEV, Dec. 8 — Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed a bill into law to extend a ban on the sale of the country’s farmland until Jan. 1, 2017, the presidential press service said Monday. “Extending the moratorium will remove the tension that has arisen in society because of political speculations on this issue and provide...

    Food Crisis Hitting Ukraine, Says FAO
    Dec08

    Food Crisis Hitting Ukraine, Says FAO

    07 de diciembre de 2015, 17:52Rome, Dec 7 (Prensa Latina) Some 230,000 families in eastern Ukraine live in limit situations as they lack nutrients and other elemental resources, reported today the UN Food and Agroculture Organization. …read more Source: Prensa...

    Ongoing violence threatens Ukraine cease-fire
    Dec08

    Ongoing violence threatens Ukraine cease-fire

    An uptick in fighting comes as the world attention is focused on terrorism and Syria’s war …read more Source: USA...

    History Doesn’t Take Sides
    Dec07

    History Doesn’t Take Sides

    As President Obama’s speech from the Oval Office after the San Bernardino terrorist massacre limped to its close, he attempted to reassure a shaken nation by declaring “I am confident we will succeed in this mission because we are on the right side of history.” This is one of the President’s favorite formulations, a rhetorical comfort...

    Biden gives Ukraine ‘one more chance’ to reform
    Dec07

    Biden gives Ukraine ‘one more chance’ to reform

    The United States pledged an extra $190 million in aid to Ukraine Monday, but Vice President Joe Biden warned that Kiev has just “one more chance” to root out corruption or lose the funding. Biden held talks with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, pledging support for Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression and urging the country’s...

    Russia Prepares to Sue Ukraine
    Dec07

    Russia Prepares to Sue Ukraine

    Russia says it is preparing to take Ukraine to court over an outstanding $3 billion loan Moscow issued to the government of former President Viktor Yanukovich in the weeks leading up to his abdication in the face of tenacious street protests in early 2014. Reuters: Russia has offered to restructure the debt in equal installments over the next...

    US urges Ukraine to cut ‘cancer of corruption’
    Dec07

    US urges Ukraine to cut ‘cancer of corruption’

    America is urging Ukraine to cut what it describes as the “cancer of corruption.” During a visit to the country, US Vice President Joe Biden said… …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian leader accused of corruption
    Dec07

    Ukrainian leader accused of corruption

    Ukraine’s top prosecutors are investigating the alleged involvement of Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the country’s prime minister, in a $90 million-a-year corruption… …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine ‘in process’ of resuming power supplies to Crimea – Ukrenergo
    Dec07

    Ukraine ‘in process’ of resuming power supplies to Crimea – Ukrenergo

    Ukraine is resuming electricity supplies to Russian-annexed Crimea, a state energy official said on Monday, more than two weeks after unknown saboteurs blew up power lines to the peninsula causing widespread blackouts. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukraine ‘in process’ of resuming power supplies to Crimea: Ukrenergo
    Dec07

    Ukraine ‘in process’ of resuming power supplies to Crimea: Ukrenergo

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine is resuming electricity supplies to Russian-annexed Crimea, a state energy official said on Monday, more than two weeks after unknown saboteurs blew up power lines to the peninsula causing widespread blackouts. …read more Source:...