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    Ukraine govt sees no links between 6 former regime suicides
    Mar13

    Ukraine govt sees no links between 6 former regime suicides

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine’s interior minister says he sees no links between a series of recent alleged suicides of officials who served during the regime of deposed President Viktor Yanukovych. Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said Friday that any suggestion that the deaths were connected was “speculation.”read more …read...

    ‘Putin Involved in Drug Smuggling Ring’, Says Ex-KGB Officer
    Mar13

    ‘Putin Involved in Drug Smuggling Ring’, Says Ex-KGB Officer

    Russian president Vladimir Putin and his long-time ally Victor Ivanov, who is currently head of Russia’s narcotics agency, have been implicated in helping run a drug smuggling and money laundering ring in St Petersburg in the 1990s. The allegations were made by ex-KGB officer Yuri Shvets who spoke at the inquiry into the death Alexander...

    Crimea: One Year After Annexation
    Mar13

    Crimea: One Year After Annexation

    The Russian Federation annexed the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea on March 21, 2014. The move, which went mostly unrecognized around the world, followed a Crimean referendum on joining Russia that was widely condemned as illegal. We look at the varying views on the past year’s developments. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine govt sees no links between 6 former regime suicides
    Mar13

    Ukraine govt sees no links between 6 former regime suicides

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine’s interior minister says he sees no links between a series of recent alleged suicides of officials who served during… …read more Source:...

    AP Interview: Serbia says Russia ties don’t hamper OSCE role
    Mar13

    AP Interview: Serbia says Russia ties don’t hamper OSCE role

    BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says his country’s close ties with Russia are not hampering Belgrade’s chairmanship over the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe which has a key monitoring role in Ukraine…. …read more Source: Associated...

    AP Interview: Serbia says Russia ties don’t hamper OSCE role
    Mar13

    AP Interview: Serbia says Russia ties don’t hamper OSCE role

    BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says his country’s close ties with Russia are not hampering Belgrade’s chairmanship over the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe which has a key monitoring role in Ukraine. …read more Source: U.S....

    Ukraine Seeks to Restructure Debt
    Mar13

    Ukraine Seeks to Restructure Debt

    Ukraine will seek to alter the maturity and terms of its sovereign bonds when it starts negotiations with its debtholders, the country’s finance minister said. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

    AP Interview: Serbian minister says good ties with Russia are not harming OSCE chairmanship
    Mar13

    AP Interview: Serbian minister says good ties with Russia are not harming OSCE chairmanship

    Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says his country’s close ties with Russia are not hampering Belgrade’s chairmanship over the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe which has a key monitoring role in Ukraine. …read more Source: FOX...

    AP Interview: Serbia says Russia ties don’t hamper OSCE role
    Mar13

    AP Interview: Serbia says Russia ties don’t hamper OSCE role

    BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says his country’s close ties with Russia are not hampering Belgrade’s chairmanship over the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe which has a key monitoring role in Ukraine. …read more Source: San Francisco...

    Ukraine’s grinding war stains innocence of childhood
    Mar13

    Ukraine’s grinding war stains innocence of childhood

    The UN Children’s Fund estimates 1.7 million Ukrainian children have been harmed through lack of proper shelter, nutrition, medicine or schooling. …read more Source: CNY...