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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Home Schooling Amid A Military Standoff In Eastern Ukraine
    Jan08

    Home Schooling Amid A Military Standoff In Eastern Ukraine

    The village of Zaytsevo, near Horlivka in eastern Ukraine, is split down the middle by checkpoints and armed forces. On one side is the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic. On the other side are Ukrainian government forces. Sporadic shelling strikes the town in spite of a cease-fire. Some children are separated from their school by...

    Dutch PM to campaign for Yes in EU-Ukraine referendum
    Jan08

    Dutch PM to campaign for Yes in EU-Ukraine referendum

    The Dutch government plans to campaign for a Yes in an upcoming referendum on the EU-Ukraine free-trade agreement. …read more Source:...

    Hungary PM flags veto of any EU sanctions against Poland
    Jan08

    Hungary PM flags veto of any EU sanctions against Poland

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    Hungary PM flags veto of any EU sanctions against Poland
    Jan08

    Hungary PM flags veto of any EU sanctions against Poland

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Friday flagged a veto on any possible European Union sanctions against Poland, a strong regional ally, following a recent meeting with the head of Poland’s ruling party. …read more Source:...

    Hungary PM flags veto of any EU sanctions against Poland
    Jan08

    Hungary PM flags veto of any EU sanctions against Poland

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Friday flagged a veto on any possible European Union sanctions against Poland, a… …read more Source:...

    Hungary PM flags veto of any EU sanctions against Poland
    Jan08

    Hungary PM flags veto of any EU sanctions against Poland

    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban Friday flagged a veto on any possible European Union sanctions against Poland, a strong regional ally, following a recent meeting with the head of Poland’s ruling party …read more Source: The Daily...

    Garrison Petawawa troops to come home from Ukraine mission within two weeks
    Jan08

    Garrison Petawawa troops to come home from Ukraine mission within two weeks

    Canadian troops from Garrison Petawawa, and other military installations, who are in Ukraine on Operation Unifier should be back home by mid-January. Up to 200 Canadian Forces personnel are in Ukraine as part of the training mission that is to run until early 2017. Lt.-Col. Jason Guiney, commander of the training task force, told Defence Watch...

    ‘Netflix expansion in India is evolutionary; subscription price on higher side’
    Jan08

    ‘Netflix expansion in India is evolutionary; subscription price on higher side’

    The entry of streaming pioneer Netflix in India is evolutionary in nature though its inaugural price is a bit on the higher side for what it offers, a leading US expert has said. “I would say that the current price is a bit on the high side for what Netflix offers currently and it will have to keep increasing content quantity and quality...

    Ukraine’s ‘hybrid war’ against rebels offers lessons for Canada’s military
    Jan08

    Ukraine’s ‘hybrid war’ against rebels offers lessons for Canada’s military

    The Ukraine army faces a “formidable foe” in eastern Ukraine, says the commander of the Canadian Forces training mission. It is the kind of multifaceted insurgency that is also teaching the Canadian Army some new tactics. …read more Source:...

    U.S. analysts suspect Russia hackers behind Ukraine power outage
    Jan08

    U.S. analysts suspect Russia hackers behind Ukraine power outage

    U.S. cyberintelligence firm iSight Partners said on Thursday it has determined that a Russian hacking group known as Sandworm caused last month’s unprecedented power outage in Ukraine. “We believe that Sandworm was responsible,” iSight’s director of espionage analysis, John Hultquist, said. The conclusion was based on analysis of...