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    German satirical show pokes fun  at Poroshenko; Ukrainians not laughing
    Nov25

    German satirical show pokes fun at Poroshenko; Ukrainians not laughing

    KYIV – A satirical animated series produced by Germany’s international broadcaster aims to poke fun at Eastern European leaders and their antics – but Ukrainians aren’t laughing. Many have expressed outrage at Deutsche Welle after its Russian service aired an episode of the new weekly program, “Zapovednik” (Nature Reserve), saying it...

    EU’s Tusk Slams Russian ‘Aggression’ In Ukraine
    Nov25

    EU’s Tusk Slams Russian ‘Aggression’ In Ukraine

    European Council President Donald Tusk condemned what he called Russian “aggression” in Ukraine, stressing that the best future for Ukraine and other countries in the region lay in close ties with the European Union. He was speaking in Brussels after a summit of the EU’s Eastern Partnership, which brings together the leaders...

    Tymoshenko Says Ukraine’s Leaders Not Living Up To ‘European Values’
    Nov25

    Tymoshenko Says Ukraine’s Leaders Not Living Up To ‘European Values’

    Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko said that European partners are disappointed with the pace of reforms in Ukraine, and the current leaders in Kyiv are “part of the corruption” in the country. In an interview in Brussels with RFE/RL on the sidelines of the EU Eastern Partnership Summit in Brussels on November 23,...

    Don’t be fooled by these 12 foods with really tricky names
    Nov25

    Don’t be fooled by these 12 foods with really tricky names

    (Credit: AP Photo/Matthew Mead) “What’s in a name?” Shakespeare once asked. Well, everything. Food-wise, when it comes to names, the particular label or nickname an ingredient or dish carries can mean the difference between enjoying your meal or being repulsed by testicles when you really wanted seafood. Naming mistakes can also lead you to...

    Russia casts shadow over EU’s eastern summit
    Nov25

    Russia casts shadow over EU’s eastern summit

    There wasn’t one mention of Russia in the official declaration approved on Friday by EU leaders and the six former Soviet republics that form the so-called Eastern Partnership. But the shadow cast by the Kremlin over the summit was impossible to ignore, as was the EU’s uncertainty over what to do about it. German Chancellor Angela...

    5 soldiers killed as rebel infighting flares up
    Nov25

    5 soldiers killed as rebel infighting flares up

    Kiev: Ukraine said on Friday five of its soldiers had died during fighting in the east, as it accused Russia of ramping up its military presence in the region amid squabbles among warring rebel factions. The spike in fighting came as leaders from the European Union and six former Soviet countries were meeting in Brussels for a summit aimed at...

    Russia casts shadow over EU’s eastern summit

    There wasn’t one mention of Russia in the official declaration approved on Friday by EU leaders and the six former Soviet republics that form the so-called Eastern Partnership. But the shadow cast by the Kremlin over the summit was impossible to ignore, as was the EU’s uncertainty over what to do about it. German Chancellor Angela...

    Tusk slams ‘Russia aggression’ after Ukraine deaths
    Nov25

    Tusk slams ‘Russia aggression’ after Ukraine deaths

    Brussels: EU President Donald Tusk fired off an angry broadside at the Kremlin Friday, urging European vigilance and condemning “Russia’s aggression” in Ukraine after five soldiers were killed there. The spike in fighting coincided with a summit in Brussels between the EU and six former Soviet countries, where the war between Kiev...

    McClatchy report details alleged Manafort flights to Russia, Ukraine
    Nov25

    McClatchy report details alleged Manafort flights to Russia, Ukraine

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    EU, ex-Soviet states push ties in face of ?hostile? Russia
    Nov25

    EU, ex-Soviet states push ties in face of ?hostile? Russia

    Leaders from the EU and six former Soviet states gathered in Brussels on Friday to discuss deepening ties, with worries about Russian influence looming and thorny subjects like the war in Ukraine off the official agenda. The set-piece will focus on 20 “deliverables” — plans to help Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Armenia, Azerbaijan...