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    EU To Renew Asset Freeze Against Ukraine’s Ex-President
    Feb21

    EU To Renew Asset Freeze Against Ukraine’s Ex-President

    EU ambassadors are expected to agree to extend asset freezes imposed against former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and 15 of his associates for another year according to EU sources. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    A Train Car Named Disaster
    Feb21

    A Train Car Named Disaster

    Ukrainian soldiers have sparked outrage by posting video of the appalling conditions they face on military trains, sometimes traveling for days without adequate heating, sanitation, or beds. (Levko Stek, Maryan Kushnir, Roman Rebriy, RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    What’s it like to be a human rights activist in post-Pussy Riot Russia?
    Feb21

    What’s it like to be a human rights activist in post-Pussy Riot Russia?

    It is five years since the feminist punk collective crashed Moscow’s Cathedral in a performance that got some of them jailed. On 21 February 2012, five brightly-dressed members of Russian feminist punk collective Pussy Riot took to the alter of Moscow’s Cathedral of Christ the Saviour to protest links between the Russian Orthodox...

    Ukraine accuses pro-Russia rebels of breaking truce
    Feb21

    Ukraine accuses pro-Russia rebels of breaking truce

    According to Ukraine’s military, rebels persistently shelled army positions, killing at least one soldier …read more Source: World...

    Trump’s new warrior-scholar
    Feb21

    Trump’s new warrior-scholar

    President Donald Trump has picked one of the military’s leading warrior-scholars to restore order to the National Security Council — but also one who has staked out a decidedly more hawkish position on Russia and gone out of his way to assert that the war against terrorism must not morph into a war against Islam. Lt. Gen. H.R....

    Ceasefire reduce fighting in eastern Ukraine, Russia recognises separatist passports
    Feb21

    Ceasefire reduce fighting in eastern Ukraine, Russia recognises separatist passports

    The ceasefire announced in eastern Ukraine has reduced fighting in the Donbas war, but Ukrainian army has reported of one killed soldier. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Trump lawyer confirms meeting Ukrainian, denies carrying peace plan
    Feb21

    Trump lawyer confirms meeting Ukrainian, denies carrying peace plan

    President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer has acknowledged to NBC News that he met privately in New York last month with a controversial Russian-born Trump associate. …read more Source:...

    Latvian armed forces deliver humanitarian aid worth EUR 10,000 to Ukraine
    Feb21

    Latvian armed forces deliver humanitarian aid worth EUR 10,000 to Ukraine

    On Monday, 20 February, troops of Latvia’s National Armed Forces delivered 22 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Economy is Brits’ top concern: survey
    Feb21

    Economy is Brits’ top concern: survey

    An increasing number of British people say the state of the economy is the most important issue affecting confidence in the U.K., according to a consumer survey. Some 28 percent of those polled named the economy as one of their top two concerns at the end of 2016, up from 12 percent in 2015, according to the Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer...

    Kremlin denies knowledge of Ukraine plan pushed by Trump associates
    Feb21

    Kremlin denies knowledge of Ukraine plan pushed by Trump associates

    The Kremlin denied on Monday any knowledge of a peace plan for Ukraine put forward by a Ukrainian lawmaker and two associates of President Donald Trump. …read more Source: Pittsburgh...