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    Ukraine Euromaidan Investigation ‘Lacked Independence’: Council Of Europe
    Apr01

    Ukraine Euromaidan Investigation ‘Lacked Independence’: Council Of Europe

    An advisory panel of the Council of Europe has alleged that Ukrainian officials’ investigation into the deadly violence that took place during the Euromaidan protests in 2013 was flawed and lacked independence. A report by the panel, published Tuesday, found that the government’s probes into the violent suppression of protests that...

    Crimea’s only Tatar TV station goes off air
    Apr01

    Crimea’s only Tatar TV station goes off air

    MOSCOW (AP) — Crimea’s independent television station ATR has gone off air after Russian authorities repeatedly refused to give it a broadcasting… …read more Source:...

    Crimean Tatar TV Channel, Affiliates Stop Operating
    Apr01

    Crimean Tatar TV Channel, Affiliates Stop Operating

    The only television channel broadcasting in the Crimean Tatar language on the annexed Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea has stopped functioning along with its affiliates. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    American farmer among the winners in sanctions-hit Russia
    Apr01

    American farmer among the winners in sanctions-hit Russia

    MOSCOW (AP) – Kansas-born farmer Justus Walker is prospering in Russia – one year after U.S. and European Union sanctions against his adopted country over its aggression in Ukraine. Walker, sporting a bushy beard reminiscent of a Russian peasant from past centuries, uses his Siberian dairy smallholding to support his …...

    American farmer among the winners in sanctions-hit Russia
    Apr01

    American farmer among the winners in sanctions-hit Russia

    [...] sanctions have largely cut off state firms from international lending, making refinancing difficult, costly and a burden on the government. [...] Evgeny Gavrilenkov, chief economist at state-owned Sberbank, Russia’s largest lender, argued that sanctions have inadvertently helped Russia’s main oil and financial companies by...

    American farmer among the winners in sanctions-hit Russia
    Apr01

    American farmer among the winners in sanctions-hit Russia

    MOSCOW (AP) — Kansas-born farmer Justus Walker is prospering in Russia — one year after U.S. and European Union sanctions against his adopted country over its aggression in Ukraine. …read more Source: U.S....

    American farmer among the winners in the year since Russia was hit by US and EU sanctions
    Apr01

    American farmer among the winners in the year since Russia was hit by US and EU sanctions

    Kansas-born farmer Justus Walker is prospering in Russia — one year after U.S. and European Union sanctions against his adopted country over its aggression in Ukraine. …read more Source: FOX...

    Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Ukraine Among World’s Most Dangerous Countries
    Apr01

    Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Ukraine Among World’s Most Dangerous Countries

    A new study has listed Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Ukraine among the world’s top 10 most dangerous countries. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    American farmer among the winners in sanctions-hit Russia
    Apr01

    American farmer among the winners in sanctions-hit Russia

    MOSCOW (AP) — Kansas-born farmer Justus Walker is prospering in Russia – one year after U.S. and European Union sanctions against his adopted country over its aggression in Ukraine…. …read more Source: Associated...

    Djokovic storms back to reach Miami quarters
    Apr01

    Djokovic storms back to reach Miami quarters

    Miami (AFP) – Desperate Novak Djokovic fought back from a set and a break down to defeat Alexandr Dolgopolov 6-7 (3/7), 7-5, 6-0 Tuesday, salvaging hopes of defending his Miami Open title.World number one Djokovic won 24 of the last 27 points to reach a quarter-final against Spanish sixth seed David Ferrer, a 7-6 (7/5), 6-0 winner over...