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    Merkel sees hope in Ukraine, but Russia sanctions remain
    Oct15

    Merkel sees hope in Ukraine, but Russia sanctions remain

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday she saw a “glimmer of hope” for a political solution to the Ukraine crisis, but insisted sanctions against Russia could be rolled back only once the Minsk peace plan was fully implemented …read more Source: The Daily...

    Ukraine Gives Russia 2 Weeks to Agree to Debt Restructuring
    Oct15

    Ukraine Gives Russia 2 Weeks to Agree to Debt Restructuring

    Ukraine gives Russia 2 weeks to agree to restructuring of $3 bln debt or face a lawsuit …read more Source: ABC...

    Ukraine gives Russia 2 weeks to agree to debt restructuring
    Oct15

    Ukraine gives Russia 2 weeks to agree to debt restructuring

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine’s prime minister has given Russia two weeks to agree to a restructuring deal for a $3 billion loan or face a lawsuit. …read more Source: U.S....

    Nemtsov Makes Shortlist For 2015 Sakharov Prize
    Oct15

    Nemtsov Makes Shortlist For 2015 Sakharov Prize

    Russia’s slain opposition politician Boris Nemtsov has made the shortlist for the 2015 Sakharov Prize. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia lone holdout from Ukraine debt deal
    Oct15

    Russia lone holdout from Ukraine debt deal

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s debt swap proposal, critical to its bailout plan, has been accepted by the majority of creditors except Russia, which did not participate in voting, Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Thursday. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine gives Russia 2 weeks to agree to debt restructuring
    Oct15

    Ukraine gives Russia 2 weeks to agree to debt restructuring

    MOSCOW (AP) ” Ukraine’s prime minister has given Russia two weeks to agree to a restructuring deal for a $3 billion loan or face a lawsuit.Arseny Yatsenyuk was quoted by Russian news agencies as saying Thursday that all Ukrainian… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Ukraine gives Russia 2 weeks to agree to debt restructuring
    Oct15

    Ukraine gives Russia 2 weeks to agree to debt restructuring

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine’s prime minister has given Russia two weeks to agree to a restructuring deal for a $3 billion loan or face a lawsuit. Arseny Yatsenyuk was quoted by Russian news agencies as saying Thursday that all Ukrainian bondholders on Wednesday agreed on the previously announced restructuring deal while a Russian representative...

    Ukraine: No reason to close airspace before MH17
    Oct15

    Ukraine: No reason to close airspace before MH17

    According to Olexander Horin, the Ukrainian ambassador in the Netherlands, his country had no reason to close the airspace above the conflict area before the disaster with flight MH17. The post Ukraine: No reason to close airspace before MH17 appeared first on NL Times. …read more Source: NL...

    Russia refutes MH17 crash report
    Oct15

    Russia refutes MH17 crash report

    Russian Ambassador to Malaysia Valery N Yermolov refuted the investigation report of the Dutch Safety Board on flight MH17. ||| Kuala Lumpur – Russian Ambassador to Malaysia Valery N Yermolov refuted here on Thursday the investigation report of the Dutch Safety Board (DSB), which alleged that the crash of flight MH17 was caused by the...

    Estonian special forces to train Ukrainian soldiers
    Oct15

    Estonian special forces to train Ukrainian soldiers

    Estonian Defense Force members, along with troops from allied nations, will begin teaching Ukrainian soldiers this fall. …read more Source:...