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Section: Newsweek (USA)

      Merkel to Meet Ukraine’s Poroshenko After Weekend Trump Call
      Jan30

      Merkel to Meet Ukraine’s Poroshenko After Weekend Trump Call

      The German Chancellor will discuss the situation in east Ukraine. …read more Source:...

      The Art of the Deal: How Donald Trump Should Handle Russia and Ukraine
      Jan19

      The Art of the Deal: How Donald Trump Should Handle Russia and Ukraine

      Focus on Ukraine rather than Russia and Donald Trump could transform Eastern Europe. …read more Source:...

      Kremlin Tells Ukraine That the Status of Annexed Crimea Is Non-Negotiable
      Jan18

      Kremlin Tells Ukraine That the Status of Annexed Crimea Is Non-Negotiable

      Russia annexed the peninsula in 2014 and also supports separatist rebels in the east of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

      Russian Officials Invite Marine Le Pen to Crimea
      Jan18

      Russian Officials Invite Marine Le Pen to Crimea

      Ukraine has called her views on the peninsula “historically and legally worthless.” …read more Source:...

      Three-Person Baby Born in Ukraine After Doctors Use Novel Technique
      Jan18

      Three-Person Baby Born in Ukraine After Doctors Use Novel Technique

      The method involves transferring the parents’ combined genes into a donor egg. …read more Source:...

      Rex Tillerson Takes Tougher Stance on Russia at Secretary of State Confirmation Hearing
      Jan11

      Rex Tillerson Takes Tougher Stance on Russia at Secretary of State Confirmation Hearing

      Tillerson supported Ukraine’s claim on Crimea but said he hadn’t discussed Russia with Donald Trump. …read more Source:...

      NATO: Russian Aircraft Intercepted 110 Times Above Baltic in 2016
      Jan04

      NATO: Russian Aircraft Intercepted 110 Times Above Baltic in 2016

      Russian military aircraft near the Baltic Sea were intercepted by NATO jets 110 times in 2016. The number of intercepts was lower than the 160 recorded in 2015 and the 140 in 2014, Lithuania’s Ministry of Defense said in a statement to Baltic news agency BNS. NATO has confirmed these figures to Newsweek. However, this greatly exceeds the...

      Ukraine’s Security Service Calls for Travel Ban on Marine Le Pen
      Jan04

      Ukraine’s Security Service Calls for Travel Ban on Marine Le Pen

      Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU) is calling on the government to blacklist French nationalist leader Marine Le Pen and stop her entering the country after comments she made Tuesday about Russia’s annexation of Crimea. The French presidential candidate and leader of the far-right National Front party angered Kiev by claiming that she...

      Slovakia Tells Europe: Stop the Referendums
      Jan03

      Slovakia Tells Europe: Stop the Referendums

      At some points in 2016 it seemed as if there was always a referendum on the horizon in Europe—including the one in Britain on Brexit, in Hungary on refugees, in Italy on the constitution and in the Netherlands on a Ukraine trade deal. Now Robert Fico, Slovakia’s prime minister, has urged his fellow EU leaders to make sure 2017 doesn’t...

      Russia’s Waging a ‘Cyberwar’ Against Ukraine: Poroshenko
      Dec29

      Russia’s Waging a ‘Cyberwar’ Against Ukraine: Poroshenko

      Hackers have targeted Ukrainian state institutions about 6,500 times in the past two months, including incidents that showed Russian security services were waging a cyberwar against the country, President Petro Poroshenko said on Thursday. In December, Ukraine suffered attacks on its finance and defense ministries and the State Treasury that...