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Christophe de Margerie: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Christophe de Margerie, the CEO of French oil giant, Total S.A., died after his plane collided with a snowplow on the runway of a Russian airport on October 20. 591 more words

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BREAKING NEWS: Blast rocks chemical plant in Donetsk, claims of tactical missile (VIDEO)

A huge blast has rocked a chemical factory in Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, the city council says on its website. The blast wave reportedly shattered windows in houses in a radius of several kilometers. 207 more words

World News

Bill 5036 fails in The RADA - thankfully

Today amongst numerous Bills (4443a and 4143) relating to broadcasting in Ukraine, was Bill 5036.

Within Bill 5036, Article 9, there a new paragraph was proposed, under which a broadcaster is not entitled to distribute audiovisual works, among which the main characters are police, armed forces, special services of Russia and/or the Soviet Union and/or the Russian Empire – except audiovisual works of Soviet production, which were manufactured before August 1991. 232 more words

Politics

Poroshenko signs election law amendments......but......

After returning from what can only be described as a less than successful ASEM Summit with regard to progress vis a vis The Kremlin, President Poroshenko has signed the election law amendments relating to voter bribery. 490 more words

Politics

Internal displacement Ukraine - an enduring problem

Internal displacement of Ukrainian citizens leaving The Donbas –  simply sad reading – and likely to be an enduring issue with no easy or quick fix ahead. 7 more words

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Odessa Port Side - Dmitry Firtash

Odessa Port Side is a State owned entity of arguably some strategic value – which is why despite being rumoured to be on the privitisation lists of various Ukrainian governments over the years, it has after deliberation, never actually been sold – at least it has never been sold as far as anybody knows, and remains on the register of the State Property Fund. 509 more words

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Ukrainian Students Replaces Russia in U.S. Exchange Program

Russian students you’re out …and Ukrainian students, you’re in! Ukrainian students will replace Russian students in the United States exchange program. A total of 300 slots are available after Russia withdrew from the program., which gives scholarships to students who want to reside and finish highschool in America. 114 more words

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