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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Same World, Lonely World, Cold World
    Jan24

    Same World, Lonely World, Cold World

    Never before in American history has the prospective foreign policy of a new Administration been cloaked in so much uncertainty. This is because four distinct sources of uncertainty have joined together to make a proverbial perfect storm: Donald Trump’s profound lack of government experience; his present-oriented, narcissistic personality;...

    Curbs on Russia must stay, says  Ukraine president
    Jan24

    Curbs on Russia must stay, says Ukraine president

    HELSINKI: Ukraine’s president said on Tuesday world powers should keep sanctions on Russia, rejecting US President Donald Trump’s proposal to consider reducing the penalties if Moscow proved a useful ally. Petro Poroshenko told reporters that sanctions remained the only way to keep Russia at the negotiating table over the crisis in...

    China warns White House to “act cautiously” after new South China Sea comments
    Jan24

    China warns White House to “act cautiously” after new South China Sea comments

    The Chinese government has given its most direct warning yet that it will not stand for any U.S. intervention in the South China Seas, after the White House said this week it would act to prevent a “takeover” in the region. In a press conference in Beijing Tuesday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying made it clear that Xi...

    Family claim British businessman was murdered by his Ukrainian stripper bride
    Jan24

    Family claim British businessman was murdered by his Ukrainian stripper bride

    The family of a wealthy British man has claimed he was murdered by his Ukrainian bride in Kiev so she could inherit his fortune. …read more Source:...

    BSU Digital Library tops CEE libraries on Ranking Web of Repositories
    Jan24

    BSU Digital Library tops CEE libraries on Ranking Web of Repositories

    BSU Digital Library outperformed the repositories of the famous universities in Russia, Poland and Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Sirisena hopes to further strengthen relations with India
    Jan24

    Sirisena hopes to further strengthen relations with India

    Colombo, Jan 24 (PTI) Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena today hoped that the long-established Indo-Lanka ties will be further strenghened with an experienced diplomat taking over as the Indian envoy here. Sirisena’s comments came as the new Indian High Commissioner to Colombo, Taranjith Singh Sandhu, presented his credentials to...

    Millionaire’s family claims he was killed by Ukrainian bride
    Jan24

    Millionaire’s family claims he was killed by Ukrainian bride

    Family of Barry Pring tells Exeter inquest Ganna Ziuzina killed him for inheritanceThe family of a British millionaire has claimed he was murdered by his Ukrainian bride in Kiev so that she could inherit his fortune.Barry Pring, 47, died after celebrating his first wedding anniversary with his wife Ganna Ziuzina, 20 years his junior, in February...

    Millionaire’s family claims he was killed by Ukrainian bride
    Jan24

    Millionaire’s family claims he was killed by Ukrainian bride

    Family of Barry Pring tells Exeter inquest Ganna Ziuzina killed him for inheritanceThe family of a British millionaire has claimed he was murdered by his Ukrainian bride in Kiev so that she could inherit his fortune.Barry Pring, 47, died after celebrating his first wedding anniversary with his wife Ganna Ziuzina, 20 years his junior, in February...

    Where will Donald Trump take America?
    Jan24

    Where will Donald Trump take America?

    Tim Montgomerie spent much of the past year in the United States covering one of the most extraordinary presidential elections in history. In a three-part series, he is summing up the key lessons from that campaign, and from Donald Trump’s early days in office. (The first part can be found here and the second part here.) The political class...

    Poland’s FM blasted for publishing internal document
    Jan24

    Poland’s FM blasted for publishing internal document

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland’s foreign minister is under fire for publishing a March 2008 internal document that outlined the previous government’s thinking about Russia and Ukraine. Witold Waszczykowski said Tuesday the document exposed the liberal government of the time as departing from Poland’s traditionally pro-Ukraine...