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Kluwe and Minnesota Vikings reach settlement
NFL player Chris Kluwe speaks onstage at the fifth annual PFLAG National Straight for Equality Awards, at Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York, on April 4, 2013Former punter Chris Kluwe and the Minnesota Vikings have reached a settlement that will stop the ex-Viking from suing the team over his release. Kluwe had accused the Vikings of cutting him in May of 2013 because of his vocal support of marriage equality and gay rights. Terms of the settlement were not disclosed. As part of the settlement, Minnesota have agreed to provide financial support for human rights causes.

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Ukraine's economy minister Sheremeta offers resignation
Ukrainian Economy Minister Pavlo Sheremeta said on Thursday he had tendered his resignation, voicing frustration at the poor pace of economic reform by a government which he said acted "like a predator towards business". After months of fighting in its eastern regions following the toppling of a government blighted by corruption and economic mismanagement, Ukraine's economy has contracted sharply, even with a multi-billion dollar financial lifeline from the International Monetary Fund. When he was appointed, soon after the ousting of a Moscow-backed president in February, Sheremeta vowed to slash red tape and eliminate corrupt practices that had helped almost to bankrupt Ukraine But he has not managed to push substantive legislation through parliament and on Thursday he said without reforms it would take three to four years for Ukraine to achieve flat growth if the economy falls by the expected 6-7 percent this year. Sheremeta's offer to resign follows comments from Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk on Wednesday that voiced dissatisfaction with the speed and depths of reforms.

EU should stick to measures against Russia: Czech minister
The European Union should stick to targeted sanctions imposed on Russia over the Ukraine crisis despite Moscow responding with sanctions that are hurting Europe's economy, the Czech foreign minister said on Thursday. EU unity on the matter showed signs of fraying after Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said last Friday that the 28-nation bloc had "shot itself in the foot" and that the sanctions policy should be reconsidered. His comments came a day after Slovak counterpart Robert Fico criticized the sanctions as "meaningless", saying they would threaten economic growth in the EU. "I can hardly imagine what alternatives we had," Czech Foreign Minister Lubomir Zaoralek said after meeting Czech business officials.
   

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