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Yulia Shapovalova

Pro-federalization activists take over govt buildings across Eastern Ukraine
Thousands of pro-federalization activists have rallied in cities across Eastern Ukraine, calling for greater sovereignty of their region from Kiev. Activists have formed militias that helped anti-Maidan protesters seize several government buildings.

12.04.2014 14:54

EU, US reaffirm 'energy independence' gameplan
US and EU diplomats have said they will help Ukraine cut back on Russian gas, and also promised to help diversify the Russian-dominated European energy market, a difficult long term task for energy-dependent EU countries.

02.04.2014 15:34

‘Vote for National Front is no longer a protest vote’ – Le Pen aide
The success of the French far-right in local elections shows that a vote for the National Front (FN) is no longer a protest vote as the party is being heard on subjects other than immigration, Ludovic De Danne, aide to FN leader Marine le Pen told RT.

01.04.2014 03:48

Ukrainian troops dispatched in Crimea switch to region’s side – sources
Ukrainian armed forces dispatched to Crimea have switched to the side of local authorities and are expected to take military oath soon, Russian news agencies report.

02.03.2014 09:24

Putin: Russian citizens, troops threatened in Ukraine, need armed forces’ protection
Russian President Vladimir Putin has requested the use of Russian military forces in Ukraine to settle the situation there. The Russian population and the Crimea-based Black Sea Fleet are threatened by the situation in the country, he said.

01.03.2014 12:43

Ukraine's President Yanukovich declares early elections, constitutional reforms
Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovich has announced early presidential elections. He also said that the constitution of 2004, which limits presidential powers, will be returned. This was one of the main demands by the opposition.

21.02.2014 10:22

'United States of Europe'? Brussels should check with EU citizens first
The EU is to blame for many problems in European countries, and many people have no choice but to turn to the far-right parties and reject the over-bureaucratic and undemocratic EU, Danish member of the European Parliament, Morten Messerschmidt, told RT.

19.02.2014 10:49

Mediastan: WikiLeaks 'Road Movie'
What would a former Gitmo detainee, a journalist in a small central Asian newspaper and an editor of a big Western publication have in common? They are provided with documents from WikiLeaks about politics in the region, but what will they do with them?

19.12.2013 15:38

Putin says he will pardon jailed oil tycoon Khodorkovsky shortly
Vladimir Putin will sign a pardon for jailed ex-Yukos CEO Mikhail Khodorkovsky “in the nearest time,” the Russian president announced following a large media conference in Moscow.

19.12.2013 12:22

​UK MPs to receive 11% pay rise amid rise in malnutrition and mental health cuts
British MPs are set to receive an 11 percent raise, taking their annual salaries up to more than $120,000 a year, effective from May 2015. The news comes alongside a simultaneous foreign aid budget increase and in the fallout of ongoing cuts.

12.12.2013 14:35

Ukrainian police violently eject pro-EU protesters from Kiev square (PHOTOS)
Police in the Ukrainian capital cleared the landmark Independence Square of pro-EU demonstrators on Saturday morning. Police used tear gas and clubs, while protesters threw stones at law enforcement.

30.11.2013 03:36

‘Another president may sign it’: EU eyes Ukraine opposition as Kiev rejects trade deal
Ukraine has rejected a key integration deal with Europe. The EU ‘keeps the door open’ for Kiev, but doubts it would happen under the current government. It comes as opposition holds thousands-strong protests against the rejection.

29.11.2013 08:32

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