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    UN Court Rejects Ukraine Request to Block Rebel Funding
    Apr19

    UN Court Rejects Ukraine Request to Block Rebel Funding

    The International Court of Justice has rejected Ukraine’s request for measures aimed at blocking Russian support for rebels in eastern Ukraine, but imposed measures to rein in discrimination by Moscow against ethnic Tatars and other minorities in Crimea. …read more Source: U.S....

    UN court rejects Ukraine’s plea for verdict against Russia
    Apr19

    UN court rejects Ukraine’s plea for verdict against Russia

    The top court in the United Nations has refused to issue a verdict against Russia as demanded by Ukraine over the situation in the east of the country. …read more Source: Iran...

    Nikki Haley’s ‘Historic’ Debate on Human Rights Left a Small Impression
    Apr19

    Nikki Haley’s ‘Historic’ Debate on Human Rights Left a Small Impression

    Nikki Haley, the American ambassador to the UN, with Liu Jieyi, China’s ambassador, before the April 18 Security Council meeting focused solely on human rights. Credit: Rick Bajornas /UN PhotoBy Dulcie LeimbachUNITED NATIONS, Apr 19 2017 (IPS)Nikki Haley, the United States ambassador to the United Nations, presided over what she was...

    Police arrest two men suspected of killing homeless Ukrainian in Loulé
    Apr19

    Police arrest two men suspected of killing homeless Ukrainian in Loulé

    PJ police have arrested two men suspected of killing a 54-year-old Ukrainian homeless man in a makeshift carpark in Loulé this month. The men, aged 44 and 45, are accused of “strangling the man to death” after an argument and are due to be heard in court. All three men reportedly lived in cars at the carpark and, according to locals, “drank a...

    31 Years Later, the Lights Come Back on in Chernobyl
    Apr19

    31 Years Later, the Lights Come Back on in Chernobyl

    Polish adventurers entered the town of Pripyat in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and turned on lights for the first time since the 1986 nuclear disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. On April 26, 1986, a nuclear meltdown at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in northern Ukraine caused radioactive material to be spewed into the atmosphere,...

    ICJ partially rejects Ukraine’s case against Russia
    Apr19

    ICJ partially rejects Ukraine’s case against Russia

    The court also ruled that Russia must not discriminate against the ethnic Tatar community in Crimea. The post ICJ partially rejects Ukraine’s case against Russia appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria. …read more Source: Premium Times...

    International Court of Justice: UN court rejects Kiev bid for measures to halt pro-Russian rebels
    Apr19

    International Court of Justice: UN court rejects Kiev bid for measures to halt pro-Russian rebels

    The complicated interim ruling came as the conflict in eastern Ukraine enters its fourth year. The UN’s top court on Wednesday rejected a bid by Kiev for emergency measures to halt Russia’s alleged funnelling of money and arms into Ukraine’s war-torn east, but warned Moscow to protect ethnic rights in Crimea.The complicated...

    UN court rejects Ukraine’s plea for verdict against Russia
    Apr19

    UN court rejects Ukraine’s plea for verdict against Russia

    The International Court of Justice rejects call from Ukraine to issue a verdict against Russia. …read more Source:...

    Lithuanian Volunteers Help Soldiers in Eastern Ukraine
    Apr19

    Lithuanian Volunteers Help Soldiers in Eastern Ukraine

    In a cramped warehouse on the banks of the flooded River Neris in a tranquil part of the Lithuanian capital, Jonas Ohman and his crew are loading unmarked boxes and bags onto a truck destined for the front in eastern Ukraine, more than 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) away.The… …read more Source:...

    Poland follows Hungary’s footsteps in corralling migrants
    Apr19

    Poland follows Hungary’s footsteps in corralling migrants

    WARSAW — Poland is mulling setting up special camps where asylum seekers would be housed in containers and kept behind fences in the event of another migration crisis, according to the country’s interior minister. “The thing is to be ready for such a situation in the form of places in which those waiting for deportation would...