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Author: Ayre от 25.07.2015, 23:00 1038 0

The Ukrainian neo-Nazi militant group Right Sector poses a huge threat to entire Europe and it is similar to the Islamic State [ISIL] currently terrorizing the Middle East, said Pierre Lorrain, a French journalist and expert on Russia and the former Soviet Union.

Author: Ayre от 25.07.2015, 21:00 1302 0

The foreign ministers of Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine have signed an open letter published in the Financial Times on Friday calling for a fair investigation into the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash.

Author: Ayre от 25.07.2015, 20:00 1211 0

Ukraine’s Finance Ministry earlier prepared a draft law that is intended to almost halve the gas rent for private investors from October 1, 2015

Author: Ayre от 25.07.2015, 19:00 1580 0

Nationalists are trying to mobilize the Ukrainian population, however, without much success, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung wrote.

Author: Ayre от 25.07.2015, 18:00 1211 0

According to the Investigative Committee spokesman, officials are dealing with 54 such cases, more than 100,000 people have been interrogated as part of the investigation

Author: Ayre от 25.07.2015, 17:00 1247 0

In Autumn, the ongoing devaluation of the Ukrainian national currency will trigger a serious food shortage, analysts warned.

Author: Ayre от 25.07.2015, 16:00 1292 0

The minister of justice has signed a decision, according to which the Communist parties forfeit the right to be subjects of political and electoral processes

Author: Ayre от 25.07.2015, 15:00 1043 0

Sevim Dagdelen German Minister from the Left Party shared his views on the situation in Crimea saying that he advocates for ensuring that politicians should always be ready for international dialogue.

Author: Ayre от 25.07.2015, 14:00 1165 0

Earlier, the head of the Ukrainian State Border Service said that Russia’s military threat was coming from Transdniestria

Author: Ayre от 25.07.2015, 13:00 1118 0

The US and EU are taking great pains to find a substitute for Russia's gas, Scottish researcher and writer Steven MacMillan notes, adding that Azerbaijan and Norway may potentially play a pivotal role.

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