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    Ukraine’s historical legacy laws
    Dec18

    Ukraine’s historical legacy laws

    On April 22, 1945, U.S. Army troops blew up the huge stone swastika that loomed over Zeppelin Field in Nuremberg where the Nazis had staged their massive rallies. A week later, Adolph Hitler committed suicide in Berlin and a few days after that, World War II in Europe ended. Today, there’s not a single public […] …read more Source:...

    Sportsline
    Dec18

    Sportsline

    Soccer • Ukraine has drawn Group C with Germany, Northern Ireland and Poland for the UEFA Euro 2016 in France. The announcement came on December 12 during the draw in Paris. Ukraine’s opener is against Germany on June 12, followed by Northern Ireland on June 16 and Poland on June 21. Reaction from Ukraine’s head […] …read more...

    Rep. Costello’s statement in support of Ukraine
    Dec18

    Rep. Costello’s statement in support of Ukraine

    Rep. Ryan Costello (R-Pa.), who represents the 6th Congressional District in Pennsylvania and is a member of the Congressional Ukrainian Caucus, offered a statement of support for Ukraine in conjunction with Rep. Marcy Kaptur’s (D-Ohio) special order in the House of Representatives on December 1, which aimed to address the humanitarian...

    U.S. State Department warning  on travel to Crimea, Ukraine’s east
    Dec18

    U.S. State Department warning on travel to Crimea, Ukraine’s east

    The U.S. State Department on December 14 issued the following warning on travel to Crimea and the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine. The Department of State warns U.S. citizens to defer all travel to Crimea and the eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, and recommends those U.S. citizens currently living in or visiting these […] …read...

    Ukraine Says It Won’t Repay $3 Billion Russian Debt Due This Weekend
    Dec18

    Ukraine Says It Won’t Repay $3 Billion Russian Debt Due This Weekend

    (MOSCOW) — Ukraine won’t make a $3 billion debt repayment due to Russia this weekend because of Moscow’s refusal to accept terms already offered to other international creditors, its prime minister said Friday. The “moratorium” on outstanding debt repayments to Russia announced by Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk effectively...

    Ukraine says it won’t repay Russian debt due by weekend
    Dec18

    Ukraine says it won’t repay Russian debt due by weekend

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine won’t make a $3 billion debt repayment due to Russia this weekend because of Moscow’s refusal to accept terms already offered to other international creditors, its prime minister said Friday. …read more Source: CNS...

    Ukraine’s prime minister says his country won’t repay $3 billion debt owed to Russia
    Dec18

    Ukraine’s prime minister says his country won’t repay $3 billion debt owed to Russia

    Arseniy Yatsenyuk announced a ‘moratorium’ on any debt repayments to Russia on Friday. That effectively means that Ukraine is defaulting on the debt …read more Source: Vancouver...

    Ukraine’s prime minister says his country won’t repay $3 billion debt owed to Russia
    Dec18

    Ukraine’s prime minister says his country won’t repay $3 billion debt owed to Russia

    MOSCOW — Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk says his country won’t repay a $3 billion debt owed to Russia by this weekend. Yatsenyuk announced at a televised government session on Friday a “moratorium” on any debt repayments to Russia. That effectively means that Ukraine is defaulting on the debt. He did not indicate when Ukraine...

    Russian Defense Manufacturing Hits New High As China, India Take Advantage Of Moscow’s Affordable And Advanced Technology
    Dec18

    Russian Defense Manufacturing Hits New High As China, India Take Advantage Of Moscow’s Affordable And Advanced Technology

    In the war-torn streets and fields of Syria and eastern Ukraine, used Russian bullets and heavy artillery shells litter the landscape, showcasing the strength of an increasingly advanced Russian military. Both wars have in effect become advertisements for a Russian arms industry that has seen a dramatic sales increase over the last few years,...

    Ukrainian Refugees Say Russia Not So Welcoming Anymore
    Dec18

    Ukrainian Refugees Say Russia Not So Welcoming Anymore

    Svitlana Moroz, her two sons, and her elderly mother have lived in the spartan Sport hotel in Pskov, in western Russia, for nearly a year and a half now. But they and hundreds more like them who fled the fighting at home in eastern Ukraine could soon be out on the streets after Moscow in November adopted tougher new rules for the refugees....