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      Igor Dodon wins Moldova presidential election
      Nov14

      Igor Dodon wins Moldova presidential election

      Pro-Russia candidate Igor Dodon has been elected as the new President of Moldova. He takes over from President Timoftai who has supported European Union sanctions on Russia, and he defeated the pro-Europe candidate, Maia Sandu. …read more Source: Radio France...

      Living in Opytne – on the Ukrainian frontline
      Oct27

      Living in Opytne – on the Ukrainian frontline

      About five million people live in the parts of eastern Ukraine where the Ukrainian army has been fighting pro-Russia separatists for the past two years. Some of these people are living in towns and villages that are close to the no-man’s land between the two sides, or that sit on the Ukrainian frontline. …read more Source: Radio...

      Living in Optyne – on the Ukrainian frontline
      Oct27

      Living in Optyne – on the Ukrainian frontline

      About five million people live in the parts of eastern Ukraine where the Ukrainian army has been fighting pro-Russia separatists for the past two years. Some of these people are living in towns and villages that are close to the no-man’s land between the two sides, or that sit on the Ukrainian frontline. …read more Source: Radio...

      French, German FMs make first visit to war-torn east Ukraine
      Sep15

      French, German FMs make first visit to war-torn east Ukraine

      The German and French foreign ministers on Thursday made their first visit to Ukraine’s war-torn east since the beginning of the conflict between government forces and pro-Russian rebels in April 2014. …read more Source: Radio France...

      Ukrainian hackers leak personal information of journalists
      Sep05

      Ukrainian hackers leak personal information of journalists

      In Ukraine, hackers have leaked an electronic database containing the details of hundreds of journalists and foreign correspondents. It’s the second leak in the past four months. But with Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko saying that journalists should not write ‘negative articles’ about the country, his government has...

      Tensions between Ukraine and Russia escalate on independence anniversary eve
      Aug19

      Tensions between Ukraine and Russia escalate on independence anniversary eve

      Tensions between Russia and Ukraine are in escalation again. Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday arrived in Crimea that Russia annexed in March 2014, after he accused Kiev of attempting an armed incursion into the peninsula. Meanwhile the situation in Eastern Ukraine deteriorated with the death of three Ukrainian soldiers on Thursday...

      French suspected terrorist held in Ukraine
      Jun04

      French suspected terrorist held in Ukraine

      A Frenchman is being held in Ukraine after being caught transporting a large quantity of explosives and weapons across the Polish border. He admitted plans to launch terror attacks in France, sources told a French TV channel that cited evidence that he had far-right sympathies. …read more Source: Radio France...

      Rights activists, EU, US slam Russian trial of Ukrainian pilot
      Mar21

      Rights activists, EU, US slam Russian trial of Ukrainian pilot

      As Russian news agencies prematurely reported that Ukranian pilot Nadiya Savchenko had been found guilty of murder, human rights activists and foreign powers slammed the trial of the 34-year-old, who was captured by pro-Russian rebels nearly two years ago. …read more Source: Radio France...

      Crimea annexation may weigh heavily on Russia: experts
      Mar18

      Crimea annexation may weigh heavily on Russia: experts

      Russian President Vladimir Putin is visiting Crimea to mark the two-year anniversary since Russia annexed the peninsula from Ukraine. The visit comes as some experts are warning that Russia could pay a heavy financial price for the annexation in the long run. …read more Source: Radio France...

      Kerry meets European foreign ministers in Paris ahead of Syria truce talks
      Mar13

      Kerry meets European foreign ministers in Paris ahead of Syria truce talks

      US Secretary of State John Kerry was in Paris Sunday to discuss Syria, Yemen, Ukraine and migration with European foreign ministers. The meeting comes ahead of UN-sponsored Syria peace talks in Geneva with Bashar al-Assad’s government declaring that calls for the president’s departure were a “red line” and the opposition...