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  • Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 29 April 2014

    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 29 April 2014 1. Kremlin-backed “separatism” in Eastern Ukraine The situation in several cities in eastern Ukraine remains very tense. Kremlin-backed “separatists” continue to occupy several government buildings and police headquarters in several cities in Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. In Slovaynsk, as of 6pm Kyiv time, Kremlin-backed “separatists” continue to hold hostage a [&hellip


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    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 28 April 2014

    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 28 April 2014 1. Assassination attempt against Kharkiv Mayor At about noon Kyiv time, an assassination attempt against Kharkiv mayor H. Kernes took place on the Bilhorod highway, by unidentified individuals. Kernes was wounded in the back, and is in critical condition in hospital. The deputy head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs [&hellip


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    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 25 April 2014

    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 25 April 2014 1. Kremlin-backed unrest in Eastern Ukraine Armed Kremlin-backed “separatists” continue to occupy several state buildings and police headquarters in several cities in Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) reports that a roadblock set up by Kremlin-backed “separatists” on the road into Slovyansk has been [&hellip


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    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 24 April 2014

    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 24 April 2014 1. Putin ratchets up rhetoric; Russian military movements towards border reported Russian President V. Putin, responding to a question about the anti-terrorist operation in Ukraine, stated that “If these people have moved on to a so-called ‘acute phase’… this is no acute phase, this is a punitive operation, [&hellip


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    UCC Commends Government of Canada decision to Send Election Observers to Ukraine

    April 24, 2014 – Ottawa – The Ukrainian Canadian Congress applauds the decision by the government of Canada to send 500 election observers to Ukraine for the May 25 Presidential elections, including long-term observers through a bilateral mission and throughthe OSCE. Yesterday, the Prime Minister of Canada, Right Honourable Stephen Harper announced that Canada will be sending up [&hellip


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    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 23 April 2014

    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 23 April 2014     1. Kremlin-backed Unrest in eastern Ukraine Kremlin-backed armed “separatists” continue to occupy several state buildings and/or police headquarters in the cities of Donetsk, Horlivka, Slovyansk, Kramatorsk, Makiyivka, Mariupol, Yenakieve and Luhansk.  According to the State Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) the city of Sviatohirsk, Donetsk oblast, [&hellip


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    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 22 April 2014

    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 22 April 2014 1. Kremlin-backed Unrest in Eastern Ukraine Several state and police buildings remain under the control of Kremlin-backed “separatists” in Donetsk and Luhansk. As of 15:00 Kyiv time, in Artemivsk, Horlivka, Makiivka, Khartsysk and Mariupol, the city councils are occupied; in Slovyansk the city council, State Security (SBU) and police headquarters [&hellip


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    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 21 April 2014

    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 21 April 2014 1. Kremlin-backed Unrest in Eastern Ukraine The situation in Eastern Ukraine remains extremely tense. On the night of 19-20 April, according to reports three people were killed in a shootout near Slovyansk at a roadblock controlled by “separatists.” According to the State Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) the [&hellip


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    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 17 April 2014

    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 17 April 2014 1. Kremlin-backed Unrest in Eastern Ukraine Kremlin-backed “separatists” continue to occupy state buildings and police headquarters in several cities in Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. As of 15:00 Kyiv time, the City Council, State Security Service (SBU), and police headquarters in Slovyansk are occupied; in Yenakiyeve, the City Council, Prosecutors’ and [&hellip


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