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    Conflict Of Interest? A Tale Of Two Ukrainian Oligarchs And One Deputy Minister
    Apr15

    Conflict Of Interest? A Tale Of Two Ukrainian Oligarchs And One Deputy Minister

    The tangled relationship between Ukraine’s deputy energy minister and two leading tycoons illustrates the challenge Kyiv faces as it tries to curb the influence of the country’s oligarchs. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian Rockers Mock Separatists
    Apr15

    Ukrainian Rockers Mock Separatists

    A Ukrainian amateur rock group has created a mock anthem for Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine and posted it on YouTube. The video mixes cliches of Soviet-era propaganda with shots from the current conflict. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian Art Group Goes Viral With Music Videos Mocking Separatists
    Apr15

    Ukrainian Art Group Goes Viral With Music Videos Mocking Separatists

    A string of satirical musical clips mocking Russia’s support for separatists in eastern Ukraine has gone viral on YouTube. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Hollywood Movie Barred From Russian Theaters Ahead Of Premiere
    Apr15

    Hollywood Movie Barred From Russian Theaters Ahead Of Premiere

    Russia’s Culture Ministry has barred a Hollywood movie set in the post-World War II Soviet Union a day before its scheduled April 16 premiere, because of what it said was the distorsion of “the historical facts and the idiosyncratic treatment of events before, during and after” World War II. …read more Source: Radio Free...

    OSCE Says Cease-Fire Violations In Ukraine Increase
    Apr15

    OSCE Says Cease-Fire Violations In Ukraine Increase

    The OSCE’s Special Monitoring Mission (SMS) to Ukraine says it has seen a “massive” increase in the number of cease-fire violations in eastern Ukraine in recent days. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Debaltseve – Gunmen, Looting, And Bread Queues
    Apr15

    Debaltseve – Gunmen, Looting, And Bread Queues

    The town of Debaltseve, in eastern Ukraine, fell to a Russian-backed separatist assault shortly after the Minsk cease-fire agreements were signed in February. A fraction of the pre-conflict civilian population now lives there. Those who remained have experienced looting, buried bodies being dug up, and bread queues herded by gunmen....

    G7 Foreign Ministers Meet In Germany
    Apr15

    G7 Foreign Ministers Meet In Germany

    Host Frank-Walter Steinmeier said the G7 foreign ministers would look to build on recent progress on the Ukraine crisis and Iran’s nuclear program. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko Dismisses Envoy To U.S.
    Apr14

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko Dismisses Envoy To U.S.

    Ukraine’s president did not explain the dismissal in his April 14 decree relieving Ambassador Oleksandr Motsyk of his post as Ukraine’s envoy to the United States, …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    EU Commissioner To Hold Talks In Minsk With Lukashenka
    Apr14

    EU Commissioner To Hold Talks In Minsk With Lukashenka

    Brussels recently praised Belarus for its role in facilitating a cease-fire agreement that has eased the fighting in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russian Court Starts Hearings Against Dzhemilev’s Son
    Apr14

    Russian Court Starts Hearings Against Dzhemilev’s Son

    A court in the Russian city of Krasnodar has started hearings into the case against a son of veteran Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemilev. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

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