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Egor Piskunov

FSB detains 25 Ukrainian citizens suspected of 'masterminding attacks' in Russia
Russia’s Federal Security Service has reported the detention of 25 Ukrainian citizens suspected of masterminding attacks on the territory of Russia, according to RIA Novosti news agency.

03.04.2014 17:26

'No to education cuts!' Madrid rocked by new wave of student protests
Thousands of university and high school students flooded central Madrid in a second day of strikes Thursday organized to protest massive cuts in education funding imposed by PM Mariano Rajoy’s People’s Party government.

28.03.2014 05:05

101 injured, 29 arrested in Madrid as anti-austerity march turns violent
Protesters clashed with police in Madrid as thousands of people trekked across Spain to protest austerity which they claim is destroying their country. Under the banner "no more cuts!" the protesters called for an end to the government’s "empty promises."

22.03.2014 05:01

Treaty to accept Crimea, Sevastopol to Russian Federation signed
Russia and Crimea have signed treaty of accession of the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol in the Russian Federation following President Putin’s address to the Parliament.

18.03.2014 11:50

'No takeover' at Crimean capital’s airport, ‘self-defense squads’ on nearby patrol
The self-defense squads that raided Simferopol International Airport during the night have left the airport terminal, but are still patrolling the grounds outside. Airport security says the squads are helping to ensure safety.

28.02.2014 00:55

Canceled language law in Ukraine sparks concern among Russian and EU diplomats
Ukraine’s swift abolition of the law allowing the country’s regions to make Russian a second official language has worried European MPs and officials, and has been condemned outright as a “violation of ethnic minority rights” by Russian diplomats.

27.02.2014 12:44

Crimea parliament announces referendum on Ukrainian region’s future
The parliament of Ukraine’s Autonomous Republic of Crimea has proposed a referendum to determine the region’s future amid the turmoil in the country.

27.02.2014 11:52

Facts you need to know about Crimea and why it is in turmoil
With its multinational society and a long history of conquests, the Crimean Peninsula has always been a crossroads of cultures – and a hotbed of conflicts. Amid Ukrainian turmoil, every ethnic group of Crimeans has its own vision of the region’s future.

27.02.2014 03:32

‘Nothing to do with democracy’: New Ukraine regime makes swift and controversial steps
Since the takeover in Kiev, Ukraine is currently undergoing a complete government overhaul as the opposition is trying hard to establishing its own order. The swift and sometimes controversial steps raise doubts about how democratic the moves are.

24.02.2014 06:28

Yanukovich wanted over mass killings in Ukraine, whereabouts unknown
The new Ukrainian authorities have put missing President Yanukovich on the wanted list on suspicion of involvement in mass killings during the riots in Kiev. He was reportedly last seen at his residence in Crimea.

24.02.2014 08:45

Ukrainian parliament appoints speaker as acting president
The opposition-controlled Ukrainian parliament has voted to appoint its freshly-elected Speaker Aleksandr Turchinov as acting president. MPs supporting the move arguing that President Yanukovich has de facto resigned his office.

23.02.2014 10:41

Presidential impeachment bill introduced in Ukrainian parliament
A presidential impeachment bill was introduced in Ukrainian parliament on Friday evening. The bill was published on parliament’s website, but no details were provided.

21.02.2014 22:29

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