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    The World’s Biggest Work in Progress
    Sep17

    The World’s Biggest Work in Progress

    Why Ukraine’s effort to curb corruption is a Sisyphean task. A situation report. …read more Source: Foreign...

    Kremlin Condemns Media Inclusion In Ukraine Sanctions
    Sep17

    Kremlin Condemns Media Inclusion In Ukraine Sanctions

    The Kremlin says Ukraine’s decision to sanction many media representatives is “totally unacceptable.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russian Pranksters Say They’re The Ones Behind That Fake Putin Call to Elton John
    Sep17

    Russian Pranksters Say They’re The Ones Behind That Fake Putin Call to Elton John

    Two comedians told Russian media on Wednesday that they were responsible for impersonating Vladimir Putin and his spokesperson Dmitry Peskov in a phone conversation with music icon and LGBT advocate, Elton John. John had previously expressed interest in a BBC interview about speaking with Putin about Russia’s appalling record on LGBT...

    Kremlin says inclusion of media in Ukraine sanctions ‘totally unacceptable’
    Sep17

    Kremlin says inclusion of media in Ukraine sanctions ‘totally unacceptable’

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Ukraine’s decision to sanction many media representatives is totally unacceptable, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on… …read more Source:...

    BBC journalists among those black-listed by Ukraine
    Sep17

    BBC journalists among those black-listed by Ukraine

    Kiev bars hundreds deemed a security threat from entry, but gives no explanation as to why British network singled out …read more Source:...

    Crimean Tatars To Try To Block Food, Goods Flow To Annexed Crimea
    Sep17

    Crimean Tatars To Try To Block Food, Goods Flow To Annexed Crimea

    Crimean Tatars say they will start blocking food and goods flowing from Ukraine to the Crimean Peninsula, which was annexed from Ukraine by Russia last year. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Diary chronicles life under fire in separatist Ukraine
    Sep17

    Diary chronicles life under fire in separatist Ukraine

    Moscow (AFP) – “All in all, it wasn’t a bad week. I didn’t die,” a mystery diarist writes from an undisclosed location in eastern Ukraine.”Donbass Diary”, which chronicles civilian life in the midst of the separatist conflict there, is among the first to do so from a personal vantage point.Laced with dark...

    Shells silent, stressed Ukraine fighters face alcohol threat
    Sep17

    Shells silent, stressed Ukraine fighters face alcohol threat

    Mariupol (Ukraine) (AFP) – Some Ukrainian troops play hours of football while others take dips in the sea as they try to adjust to a sudden drop in fighting following a fresh ceasefire deal.Kiev’s war commanders are ready to allow almost anything to save soldiers from the gravest danger facing them during the current tentative truce...

    Report: Crimea’s Tatars Targeted Since Russian Annexation
    Sep17

    Report: Crimea’s Tatars Targeted Since Russian Annexation

    A new report on the human rights situation in Crimea paints a grim picture of the region since coming under Russian rule. …read more Source: Foreign...

    Ukraine bars 3 BBC journalists from entering Ukraine
    Sep17

    Ukraine bars 3 BBC journalists from entering Ukraine

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine has barred a few dozen reporters, including three BBC journalists, from entering the country as an unspecified security threat. …read more Source: CNS...