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  1. Outcry over rise of Russian footballer with Putin pal dadRead the original story

    9 min ago | West Australian

    The unexpected rise of a little-known defender with a very influential father has embroiled one of Russia's top clubs in a high-profile dressing room spat over alleged nepotism. For four years Boris Rotenberg Junior, 28, has warmed the bench at Premier League Dynamo Moscow after unsuccessful stints at a number of middling clubs.

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  2. Ukrainian president calls for full implementation of Minsk dealRead the original story

    15 min ago | Xinhuanet

    The full implementation of the Minsk agreement is key to realizing lasting peace in Ukraine's eastern regions, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Wednesday. Poroshenko made the remarks during a meeting with Ukrainian representatives in the international working group on normalizing the situation in eastern Ukraine prior to a new round of peace talks on the Ukrainian crisis in the Belarusian capital of Minsk.

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  3. Ukraine asserts five soldiers killed while discussions resume over truceRead the original story w/Photo

    42 min ago | The China Post

    Ukraine said Wednesday that five Ukrainian soldiers were killed as fresh clashes rumbled on despite the resumption of talks between the government and rebels over a battered truce deal. Over the past 24 hours four servicemen died when their armoured vehicle hit a landmine close to the frontline town of Avdiivka in the ravaged east, while a fifth was killed in an insurgent ambush and a further 12 wounded, Ukrainian spokesman Andriy Lysenko said.

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  4. Simferopol Airport Sees Passenger Boom as Russians Flock to CrimeaRead the original story w/Photo

    52 min ago | The St. Petersburg Times

    The number of passengers at Crimea's Simferopol airport increased by 340 percent in the first four months of this year compared to the same period in 2014 as the conflict in Ukraine choked off land routes to the peninsula, Russia's Federal Air Transportation Agency, Rosaviatsia, said Wednesday. Over 695,837 passengers flowed through Simferopol, the peninsula's main airport, from January to April, up from 204,869 last year, Rosaviatsia said on its website.

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  5. Rebels Hail Talks Breakthrough on Deadly Day for Ukraine TroopsRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Bloomberg

    The pro-Russian rebels fighting government forces in eastern Ukraine said they'd scored a "breakthrough" in talks after the country suffered its deadliest day since mid-April. Ukraine agreed with Russia and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe to establish four groups to hammer out a diplomatic solution to the war that has killed more than 6,100 people and devastated Ukraine's economy.

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  6. In Ukraine, private armies take fight to Russian separatistsRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | The Nation

    ... illegal takeover. More than 30 of these private battalions, comprised mostly of volunteer soldiers, exist throughout Ukraine. Although all have been brought under the authority of the military or the National Guard, the post-Maidan government is ...

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  7. Boris Rotenberg Jr, family friend of Vladimir Putin, has unexpected rise to peak of Russian footballRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Independent.ie

    Boris Rotenberg Junior, the son of Russian billionaire oligarch Boris Rotenberg, has had such an unexpected rise to the top in the later stages of his football career that some people are questioning the legitimacy of his place in the team. The decision by Dynamo Moscow manager Stanislav Cherchesov to give Rotenberg, 28, his first ever real run in the first team instead of Russia's international first choice right back, Alexei Kozlov, caused an outcry in the dressing room, with outspoken Russia international Igor Denisov clashing with the coach.

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  8. Ukraine: Cabinet of Ministers excluded the Crimean sea ports from the list for foreign vessel callRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Agricultural Market

    The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine excluded the sea ports of Sevastopol, Evpatoriya, Yalta, Feodosia and Kerch from the list of Ukrainian sea ports for foreign vessel call, stated the decree of the Cabinet of Ministers #415. Also, the Cabinet instructed the Ministry of Infrastructure to publish the decree in the official periodic issue "Notices to Mariners of Ukraine" and at the Ministry's website in two-week period.

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  9. Bigben Interactive will publish the next Sherlock Holmes video game from Frogwares studioRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    ... very soon. About Frogwares Frogwares is an independent game development studio based in Dublin, Ireland and Kiev, Ukraine. Since 2000 the studio gained an acute attention with a vast portfolio of games, ranging from RTS to action-adventures. ...

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  10. VS members to take part in exercise in GermanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | B92

    ... BELGRADE -- The Military Orchestra Nis will perform at the Parade of Military Orchestras due to take place in Kiev, Ukraine on May 9. BELGRADE -- President Tomislav Nikolic said on Wednesday that members of the Serbian Army (VS) will in Moscow ...

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  11. Ukraine Says Five Soldiers Killed As Talks ResumeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Weekday Magazine

    Ukraine says five of its soldiers were killed in clashes in the east despite the resumption of talks between the government and pro-Russian rebels over an endangered truce deal. Military spokesman Andriy Lysenko said on May 6 that over the past 24 hours four servicemen died when their vehicle hit a landmine close to Avdiivka, while a fifth was killed in an insurgent ambush.

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  12. Ukraine: sea ports reduced vegetable oils shipment - Ukrainian Sea Ports AuthorityRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Agricultural Market

    In January-April period of 2015, the Ukrainian sea ports processed 4.92 mln tonnes of liquid bulk cargoes, including 1.34 mln tonnes of vegetable oils, a decrease of 0.5% compared with the same period in 2014, informed the State Enterprise Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority on May 6. In particular, state stevedoring companies processed 41.61 thsd tonnes of vegetable oils at berths of Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority , private stevedoring companies at berths of Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority 993.68 thsd tonnes , stevedoring companies at their own berths 308.13 thsd tonnes .

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  13. Europe Summer Forecast: Extreme Heat to Grip the Balkans but Bypass UK, FranceRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | AccuWeather.com

    ... impact areas from western Russia into the Caspian Sea region." While heat builds up across the Balkans and southern Ukraine, storm systems will track across Scandinavia and northeastern Europe. On the southern edge of these storms, the clash of cool ...

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  14. Salut started production of engines for Yak-130 jets without the use of components made in UkraineRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Avia.Ru

    ... reminded that earlier this engine was manufactured in cooperation with Motor Sich and Ivchenko Progress enterprises (Ukraine) on a parity basis (50:50). According to her, in the course of preparation for launching the full production cycle Salut ...

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  15. Multinational exercise LOGEX 15Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | B92

    ... BELGRADE -- The Military Orchestra Nis will perform at the Parade of Military Orchestras due to take place in Kiev, Ukraine on May 9. BELGRADE -- President Tomislav Nikolic said on Wednesday that members of the Serbian Army (VS) will in Moscow ...

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  16. Dacic, military orchestra, to take part in Kiev eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | B92

    The Military Orchestra Nis will perform at the Parade of Military Orchestras due to take place in Kiev, Ukraine on May 9. The orchestra will be sent to Kiev based on a decision of Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, it has been announced. A statement added that in 2014, the Military Orchestra Nis performed in cities throughout Serbia "and the also delivered prominent performances last year at international events in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria and the Russian Federation."

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  17. Child of the Holocaust Finds New FamilyRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | CBN.com

    ... who lives alone in Beit Shemesh, Israel. When she was a little girl, she was forced to flee her home in Kiev, Ukraine, as Nazi warplanes destroyed the city. "I could hear the bombs going off as they hit the buildings boom, boom, boom," Sophia said. ...

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  18. NZ cafe wins best design in the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    ... believe we have chosen a successful set of striking cafes from around the world." Other cafes in the top ten include Ukraine's The Cake, which features a giant pink dog, Japan's Mirrors in Gifu that reflects outside Cherry Blossom trees and Salvaged ...

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  19. MacKeeper celebrates a difficult birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | ComputerWorld

    ... MacKeeper pop-up ads all over the web. The program was originally created by a company called ZeoBIT in Kiev, Ukraine. The country -- full of young, smart programmers -- has long been a hub for lower-cost software development and outsourcing. The ...

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  20. Russian rouble inflicts more damage than tanks in UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    As a wobbly cease-fire keeps eastern Ukraine's warring factions apart, Russia's rouble is conquering new territory across the breakaway republics. In Donetsk, the conflict zone's biggest city, supermarkets have opened rouble-only checkout counters to serve the fighters in camouflage lining up along pensioners.

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