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    Saakashvili Arrives In Kyiv
    Sep20

    Saakashvili Arrives In Kyiv

    Mikheil Saakashvili, the ex-governor of Ukraine’s Odesa region and former president of Georgia, arrived in Kyiv vowing to challenge the revocation of his Ukrainian citizenship. He told supporters the Ukrainian authorities were trying to prevent him from mounting a legal challenge to the decision, which was announced by President Petro...

    Criticism Or Terrorism? Jailed For A Like
    Sep20

    Criticism Or Terrorism? Jailed For A Like

    Dozens of Russian citizens have been imprisoned in recent years for their social-media activities. This is the story of one of them, a blogger who was jailed for expressing his views on Russia’s military involvement in Syria. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian Security Officers Confront, Injure RFE/RL Journalists
    Sep19

    Ukrainian Security Officers Confront, Injure RFE/RL Journalists

    The security service of the Ukrainian president used force to prevent two RFE/RL journalists from filming in a public place on September 15, pushing a cameraman to the ground and leaving him with a concussion and other injuries. The chief of the State Security Department later issued an apology and opened an investigation. (RFE/RL’s...

    ‘Rapid Trident’ Military Drills Continue In Ukraine
    Sep18

    ‘Rapid Trident’ Military Drills Continue In Ukraine

    U.S.-led military drills continue near the western Ukrainian city of Yavoriv. More than 1,800 troops from 14 countries are taking part in the Rapid Trident exercises, held each year since 1996. The two weeks of war games, which run until September 23, are designed to test and build Ukraine’s interoperability with NATO allies and partners....

    ‘Rapid Trident’ Military Drills Continue In Ukraine
    Sep18

    ‘Rapid Trident’ Military Drills Continue In Ukraine

    U.S.-led military drills continue near the western Ukrainian city of Yavoriv. More than 1,800 troops from 14 countries are taking part in the Rapid Trident exercises, held each year since 1996. The two weeks of war games, which run until September 23, are designed to test and build Ukraine’s interoperability with NATO allies and partners....

    Slovenia Beats Serbia To Win First EuroBasket Championship
    Sep18

    Slovenia Beats Serbia To Win First EuroBasket Championship

    Slovenia, led by Goran Dragic, defeated Serbia to win its first-ever EuroBasket championship. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Senior NATO General Expresses Concerns Over Moscow’s Zapad Maneuvers ‘Transparency’
    Sep17

    Senior NATO General Expresses Concerns Over Moscow’s Zapad Maneuvers ‘Transparency’

    A senior NATO general says the military alliance is concerned about the large-scale Zapad (West) 2017 military drills being conducted by Russia and Belarus because of Moscow’s lack of transparency. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    U.S. Ukraine Envoy Welcomes Russia Proposal For Peacekeepers, But See ‘Obstacles’
    Sep17

    U.S. Ukraine Envoy Welcomes Russia Proposal For Peacekeepers, But See ‘Obstacles’

    The U.S. special envoy for efforts to end the conflict in eastern Ukraine has called a Russian proposal to send United Nations peacekeepers to the region a “step forward” but warns there are still many “obstacles” to the plan suggested by Moscow. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine’s Prosecutor Says Saakashvili Won’t Face Arrest Or Extradition
    Sep17

    Ukraine’s Prosecutor Says Saakashvili Won’t Face Arrest Or Extradition

    Ukraine’s top prosecutor has said former Georgian President and Ukrainian regional governor Mikheil Saakashvili will not be arrested for defying authorities with his dramatic return to the country after his citizenship was canceled. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine’s Prosecutor Says Saakashvili Won’t Face Arrest Or Extradition
    Sep17

    Ukraine’s Prosecutor Says Saakashvili Won’t Face Arrest Or Extradition

    Ukraine’s top prosecutor has said former Georgian President and Ukrainian regional governor Mikheil Saakashvili will not be arrested for defying authorities with his dramatic return to the country after his citizenship was canceled. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

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