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 ·  Poland Resumes Gas Deliveries to Ukraine. Kiev Was Forced to Import Gas Through Poland and Slovakia After Gazprom Halted Supplies to Ukraine (The Wall Street Journal)
 ·  Arseniy Yatsenyuk appealed to the EU to check Russia's actions regarding cutting gas supplies to EU states (
 ·  Poland resumes gas deliveries to Ukraine (Yahoo/AP)
 ·  Ukraine to ratify EU pact next week: Poroshenko [September 16] (Yahoo/AFP)
 ·  U.S. steps up sanctions on Russia over Ukraine (Reuters)
 ·  Russia fears sanctions on refineries, expects gasoline shortages (Reuters)
 ·  Ukrainian Tech Gem Conference: Ukraine Rocks the Tech Stage of San Francisco! (YouTube)
 ·  Gov't approved propositions to the NSDC regarding personal sanctions as result of Russian aggression (
 ·  Russia threatens import tariffs on Ukrainian goods if EU agreement-reports (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Russian central bank sees 'prolonged' impact from Western sanctions (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  EU imposes new economic sanctions on Russia over Ukraine (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Seizure of assets from graft up, but little money returned (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  New EU sanctions against Russia come into effect (EurActiv)
 ·  Ukraine Liveblog Day 207: EU Sanctions Come Into Effect (The Interpreter)
 ·  President: Peace will facilitate the inflow of investments (
 ·  Nation scrambles to avoid electricity blackouts as war forces coal shortage in carbon-rich east (Kyiv Post)
 ·  Sanctions Over Ukraine Put Exxon at Risk (The Wall Street Journal)
 ·  Ukraine Moves to Exclude Russia Companies From 3G Auction (Bloomberg)
 ·  EU, U.S. Beef Up Russia Sanctions Over Ukraine (RFE/RL)
 ·  With Gas Cut Off, Ukraine Looks West (The New York Times)
 ·  Poland accuses Gazprom of slashing gas deliveries (Yahoo/AFP)
 ·  EU slaps new economic sanctions on Russia (Yahoo/AP)
 ·  Russian ruble hits record low as sanctions loom (Yahoo/AFP)
 ·  EU steps up Russia sanctions as '1,000 troops' remain in Ukraine (Yahoo/AFP)
 ·  Gas talks to continue on September 20 (Ukrinform)
 ·  Russia says unaware of Berlin meeting on Ukraine gas crisis (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  EU delays new Russia sanctions (EurActiv)
 ·  Russia’s New ‘Energy Alliance’ with China (World Affairs Journal)
 ·  Gazprom Limits Polish Gas Supplies as Reverse Flows Halt (Bloomberg)
 ·  Ukraine Can't Afford the IMF's 'Shock Therapy' (Foreign Policy)
 ·  Merkel: Put new Russia sanctions into effect (Yahoo/AP)
 ·  Poroshenko Signs Sanctions Against Russia for 'Financing Terrorism' (The Moscow Times/Reuters)
 ·  'Parmigiano-Belarussiano' and Other Secrets of Russian Chefs Under Food Ban (The New York Times/Reuters)
 ·  Polish gas utility says Gazprom cut deliveries by 24 percent (Yahoo/AFP)
 ·  Poland receiving 24 percent less gas from Russia (Yahoo/AP)
 ·  OSCE chief says reasonable to give Ukraine ceasefire chance before sanctions (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Ukraine says reverse gas supply from EU countries is stable (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Russian minister says sanctions hit hard-to-recover oil output - Interfax (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Ukraine wants to purchase Azerbaijanian oil - Prodan (Ukrinform)
 ·  Putin is Statist Not Soviet on Economic Policy, Aleksashenko Says (Window on Eurasia)
 ·  Want to Help Ukraine? Stop Accepting Its Stolen Cash (Foreign Policy)
 ·  Iran’s Talks With Russia May Strike at Sanctions ['Iran’s conservative hard-liners...have convinced Mr. Khamenei that improved economic ties with Russia — which also faces sanctions by the West over the Ukraine crisis — have given Iran new leverage.'] (The New York Times/Reuters)
 ·  Polish mission to seek food, gas deals in US (Yahoo/AP)
 ·  Russia may exchange grain worth $500 mln for Iranian oil (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  President OKs bill allowing Western cos to work on gas projects (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Russia will protect sanctioned firms, PM Medvedev tells Novatek (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Russian Finance Ministry cancels weekly treasury bond auction for 8th straight week (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  EU to Assess Ukraine Cease-Fire as New Russian Sanctions Weighed (Yahoo/Bloomberg)
 ·  Russia's Tech Startup Scene Retreats Amid Ukraine Conflict (Wall Street Journal)
 ·  Ukraine gets $1.4 billion from IMF, promises to pursue reforms (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Russia Threatens to Bankrupt Western Airlines by Closing Its Airspace (VICE News)
 ·  EU adopts new Russia sanctions but delays action (Yahoo/AP)
 ·  Railways have sustained UAH950 million damages, Ukrzaliznytsia says (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Russia aims to choke off gas re-exports to Ukraine (Financial Times)
 ·  Russia hints at flight ban in response to new sanctions (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Russia to respond asymmetrically to new sanctions - Medvedev (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Russia Threatens To Block Flights Over Sanctions (Yahoo/Sky News)
 ·  Russia to respond asymmetrically to new sanctions - Medvedev (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  The cost of war: Ukraine's state budget loses almost UAH 4.5 billion due to war [US$351 million] (Ukrinform)
 ·  Ukraine receives USD 500 million from World Bank (Ukrinform)
 ·  Oil falls under $100, lowest in 14 months on weak data (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Must-know: Ukraine, Europe, and a flattening Treasury yield curve (Yahoo/Market Realist)
 ·  EU to adopt new Russia sanctions soon (+VIDEO) (BBC)
 ·  EU to sanction Russian oil giants: sources (Yahoo/AFP)
 ·  EU to unveil new Russia sanctions as Ukraine truce teeters (Yahoo/AFP)
 ·  EU Need for Russian Gas Via Ukraine Wanes as Stores Fill (Bloomberg)
 ·  Despite Sanctions, Cash Keeps Flowing at Playground for Russia’s Rich (The New York Times)
 ·  EU slaps new sanctions on Russia, may suspend them if ceasefire holds (Reuters)
 ·  Ukraine moves to reassure anxious Europeans on gas storage plans (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  EU set on Russia sanctions, could suspend them if ceasefire holds (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Ukraine Fatigue Pulls Rug From Under Russian Bond Trading (Yahoo/Bloomberg)
 ·  Ukraine, facing shortages, to import 1 million mt South African coal (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Ukraine has replaced 60% of its Russian gas imports, according to PM (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Poland may expand new LNG terminal to equal half its market (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Poll: Most Russians Would Sacrifice Booze and Cigarettes to Hurt West (The Moscow Times)
 ·  Gazprom Sees Production Tumble as Ukraine Crisis Bites (The Moscow Times)
 ·  Hit by Russian Boycott, European Union Increases Marketing Budget for Its Farm Goods (The New York Times)
 ·  Op-ed: Russia Can't Afford War (The Moscow Times)
 ·  Euro zone business growth wanes in August as Ukraine tensions bite (Reuters)
 ·  Plan on implementation of Association Agreement with EU to be approved in September (Ukrinform)
 ·  Poroshenko finally severs relations with Customs Union (Ukrinform)
 ·  Wall Street opens up on hopes for Ukraine ceasefire (Reuters)
 ·  Russia Goes Up 11 Places in Global Competitiveness Rating (The Moscow Times)
 ·  Crimea Nationalizes Assets of Pro-Kiev Ukrainian Billionaire Ihor Kolomoyskyi (The Moscow Times)
 ·  Slovak Gas Pipeline Offers New Reverse Supply Route for Ukraine (The Moscow Times/Reuters)
 ·  Ukraine, Caught in a Vise. Behind the continuing military conflict in eastern Ukraine lies an economic split. The country is moving toward Europe, straining its longstanding ties with Russia. (VIDEO) (The New York Times)
 ·  Ukraine bailout could need extra $19bn if conflict continues, warns IMF (The Guardian)
 ·  Yatseniuk launches gas pipeline for reverse supplies from Slovakia (Ukrinform)
 ·  Terrorists rob all banks of Novoazovsk (Ukrinform)
 ·  Ukraine May Need Bigger Bailout if Conflict Continues in 2015: IMF (The New York Times/Reuters)
 ·  Reverse-flow gas dream comes true (Kyiv Post)
 ·  Russian Investigators Seize Assets of Pro-Kiev Ukrainian Billionaire [Ihor Kolomoyskyi, governor of Dnipropetrovsk] (The Moscow Times)
 ·  Ukraine economy at risk, may need another bailout (Yahoo/AP)
 ·  EU proposes tough sanctions on Moscow as Ukraine rebels advance (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  EU moves to help Ukraine with Slovak gas link (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Coal Energy delays Q2 financial report, citing disruptions in east (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Putin urges Europeans to have 'common sense' over sanctions threat (Yahoo/AFP)

Other News

 ·  09/18/2014 Ukraine Tech Gem [USA-SouthWest]
 ·  09/27/2014 Smithsonian's Museum Day - One day pass to Ukrainian Museum exhibitions! [NY-NJ-Metro]
 ·  10/10/2014 thru 10/12/2014 National Convention - League of Ukrainian Catholics [USA-Northeast]
 ·  10/25/2014 Íàø³ Ïðåäêè – Nashi Predky Our Ancestors 2014 Family History Group Conference [NY-NJ-Metro]
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