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· Australia's human rights: Nation-building more than symbolic acts →
It guaranteed Ukraine territorial integrity and security in exchange for its nuclear arsenal.
· Australian CEOs, business leaders call out racism as protests engulf US →
The chief executive of exchange traded funds provider Betashares, Alex Vynokur, grew up in Soviet Ukraine and said he had first-hand experience of living in an oppressive society.
· Ukraine's Karpaty in quarantine following positive COVID-19 tests →
REUTERS: Ukraine Premier League side Karpaty have been quarantined for at least two weeks and have had all training sessions cancelled after several players and coaching staff contracted the novel coronavirus, the Lviv club said.
· Hungary haunted by post-WWI 'dismemberment', 100 years on →
Many new dual citizens in non-EU members Serbia and Ukraine meanwhile have used their Hungarian passports to emigrate to Hungary or richer western Europe rather than stay home.
· EU says Russia should not yet rejoin G7, despite Trump plan →
Russia was suspended in 2014 from the then G8 following its invasion of Ukraine and annexation of Crimea.
· EU balks at adding Russia back into G7 →
Russia was expelled from what was then the Group of Eight in 2014 when Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, was US president, after Moscow annexed the Crimea region from Ukraine.
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· Embattled at Home, Trump Finds Himself Isolated Abroad, Too →
But if it happens at all, there are doubts that Mr. Putin would accept being invited solely as a guest, having been kicked out of the club for his annexation of Crimea and support for insurrection in eastern Ukraine.
· 'Stop the cockroach': Protests rattle Belarus President Lukashenko before election →
Lukashenko compared opposition supporters to criminal gangs on Monday and accused them of fomenting unrest akin to the 2014 Maidan protests that toppled Ukraine's Moscow-backed president.
· Trump can bring peace to the West Bank →
Nevertheless, each year the UN General Assembly passes around 20 resolutions condemning Israel, while countries that genuinely and unapologetically occupy territory they have no right to – such as Turkey in northern Cyprus or Russia in Ukraine – get a free pass.
· As Trump hits a new low, a dwindling number of Republicans speak up →