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Constitution change for east Ukraine will be hard: Latvia

By Aija Krutaine (Reuters) – Assuming a ceasefire between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels in the east holds, the implementation of a special constitutional status for the region is likely to be very difficult, according to Latvia’s foreign minister. The deal agreed by Russia and Ukraine in Minsk on Thursday calls for fighting to cease from Sunday; the withdrawal of heavy weapons from the front line; and constitutional reform to give eastern Ukraine more autonomy. Edgars Rinkevics, whose country holds the rotating presidency of the European Union, said the special status of the separatist Donetsk and Luhansk regions could present…

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Ukraine conflict: Vladimir Putin renews blame on West

(BBC)…Ukraine’s crisis has been caused by the West, Russian President Vladimir Putin says, as he considers Franco-German proposals to end fighting between the government and pro-Russia rebels. Western countries had broken pledges not to expand Nato and forced countries to choose between them and Russia, Mr Putin told an Egyptian newspaper. The comments come amid new hopes of a peace deal this Wednesday. Russia denies accusations of sending troops and supplying the rebels. The fighting in eastern Ukraine has claimed more than 5,300 lives and driven 1.5 million people from their homes. At least nine Ukrainian soldiers have been killed…

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NATO, Russia fail to narrow differences in Munich talks

(Reuters) – NATO and Russiafailed to narrow their differences over the Ukraine crisis in talks on Saturday but agreed they would keep talking to each other. The alliance’s Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg held a 40-minute meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on the Ukraine conflict, which has caused the worst crisis in East-West relations since the Cold Wara a generation ago. “It’s clear that we assess the situation in Ukraine in very  different ways,” Stoltenberg told reporters after the meeting took place on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference. Russia and NATO, which tried after the Cold War to…

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Clinton widens her circle

By Amie Parnes (The Hill)…Hillary Clinton is widenening her circle for her second White House bid, adding key staffers more associated with other Democratic heavyweights to her tight-knit camp. The new additions to Team Hillary suggest she is casting a wider net for help, and has become more open to relying on officials associated with President Obama who haven’t been members of Clinton Inc. Those joining Team Hillary includes former staffers from her East Wing days in the White House — including Karen Finney and Clinton West Winger Jennifer Palmieri,who announced this week that she’s leaving the White House as Obama’s communications director to join…

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Malak, 14 ans, plus jeune prisonnière palestinienne d’Israël

HOSSAM EZZEDINE Agence France-Presse BEITIN, Cisjordanie Khaoula al-Khatib tient entre les mains le portrait d’une adolescente au visage pâle et joufflu. À 14 ans, sa fille Malak, accusée d’avoir voulu attaquer des soldats israéliens, est désormais la plus jeune prisonnière palestinienne. «Mon coeur s’est brisé quand je l’ai vue au tribunal, menottes aux mains et les pieds entravés», dit sa mère, une Palestinienne de 50 ans accablée de chagrin. «Je lui avais amené une veste pour qu’elle n’ait pas froid, mais le juge m’a interdit de la lui donner». Chaque année, l’organisation de protection des enfants Defence for Children International…

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France not planning to deliver lethal weapons to Ukraine: defence minister

(Reuters) – France will not for the moment deliver weapons toUkraine for its fight with pro-Russian separatists, Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Wednesday. “We have no intention of delivering weapons at this stage to Ukraine,” Le Drian said at a news conference with Canadian counterpart Robert Nicholson. The United States is reconsidering whether to provide weapons to Ukraine in its fight against Russian-backed separatists, senior administration officials said on Monday, adding that no decision had been made. Defence Minister Le Drian repeated Paris’ stance that there had be a political solution to the crisis, but that Europe would press ahead with sanctions. “Russia’s position…

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Une militante proche de Raif Badawi libérée de prison

Agence France-Presse Ryad Une militante saoudienne, qui avait cofondé un forum de discussions sur internet avec le célèbre blogueur Raif Badawi, a été libérée après trois mois de prison, a annoncé dimanche sa fille. Souad al-Shammari a passé environ 90 jours dans une prison pour femmes dans la ville de Jeddah, sur la mer Rouge (ouest de l’Arabie saoudite), a déclaré à l’AFP sa fille Sarah al-Rimaly. «Dieu merci, elle est libre maintenant», a-t-elle ajouté. Mme Shammari avait été arrêtée fin octobre pour des commentaires jugés injurieux envers l’islam, avaient déclaré à l’époque des militants proches d’elle. Elle avait également…

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Hong Kong: les manifestants prodémocratie redescendent dans la rue

Agence France-Presse HONG KONG Des milliers de militants prodémocratie sont descendus dans les rues de Hong Kong dimanche pour la première fois depuis les manifestations qui avaient paralysé pendant plus de deux mois à l’automne des quartiers entiers de l’ancienne colonie britannique. Brandissant les parapluies jaunes devenus le symbole de la campagne prodémocratie, les manifestants ont défilé lentement dans le centre-ville pour «réclamer un véritable suffrage universel» lors de la prochaine élection du chef du gouvernement local en 2017. D’après les organisateurs, 13 000 personnes se sont mobilisées, soit bien moins que les 50 000 attendues. De son côté, la…

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Spain rally: Podemos holds Madrid mass ‘March for Change’

Tens of thousands of people have massed in central Madrid for a rally organised by radical Spanish leftists Podemos. The “March for Change” is one of the party’s first outdoor mass rallies, as it looks to build on the recent victory of its close allies Syriza in Greece. Podemos has surged into the lead in recent opinion polls, and says it will seek to write off part of Spain’s debt if it wins elections later this year. Podemos says politicians should “serve the people, not private interests”. The BBC’s Tom Burridge in Madrid says that there has been an impressive…

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McConnell scores early victories

By Alexander Bolton (The Hill) The first month of the new Senate Republican majority didn’t turn out exactly how Mitch McConnell wanted. But it came pretty close. The Senate closed its first month under Republican rule on Friday by passing legislation approving the Keystone XL pipeline — moving a step closer to sending the controversial bill to President Obama’s desk. It’s the most significant accomplishment McConnell’s had so far as majority leader, but is far from the only one. The Senate under McConnell has already held twice as many roll call votes on amendments as the chamber held in all of 2014. By Monday,…

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