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    UPDATE: Dutch referendum says No with 61.1%, turnout 32.2%: preliminary count over
    Apr07

    UPDATE: Dutch referendum says No with 61.1%, turnout 32.2%: preliminary count over

    The turnout for the referendum in the Netherlands on the issue of the Ukraine-EU Association Agreement was 32.2%, with 61.1% of the voters having said No to the deal, according to the data by Dutch ANP VERKIEZINGSDIENST electoral agency, published by NOS TV channel, an UNIAN correspondent reports.Preliminary results of the voting say it`s 38.1%...

    Russian propaganda: Brussels Attacks ”Europe`s fault. Or maybe staged”
    Apr07

    Russian propaganda: Brussels Attacks ”Europe`s fault. Or maybe staged”

    The appalling March 22 terrorist attacks in Brussels attracted a lot of attention in pro-Kremlin media outlets. Sadly, most chose to spread confusion, fear and mistrust via disinformation stories about the tragic events, reads the DisinfoReview by EEAS East StratCom Task Force. ”A repeated accusation was that the bombing was Angela Merkel`s...

    One of Brussels bombers had worked in EU Parliament: Reuters
    Apr07

    One of Brussels bombers had worked in EU Parliament: Reuters

    One of the Islamic State suicide bombers who killed 32 people in Brussels on March 22 had worked as a cleaner for a short period in the European Parliament six years earlier, a spokesman for the EU assembly said on Thursday, Reuters reports. In 2009 and 2010, ”one of the perpetrators of the Brussels terrorist attacks worked for a period of one...

    Media show key videos filmed in 2014 of separatists seizing govt buildings in Donetsk, Kharkiv, Luhansk
    Apr07

    Media show key videos filmed in 2014 of separatists seizing govt buildings in Donetsk, Kharkiv, Luhansk

    On April 6, 2014, pro-Russian citizens began seizing government buildings in three cities simultaneously – the regional administrations in Donetsk and Kharkiv, as well as the SBU regional headquarters in Luhansk.Several key videos showing most elaborately the assault on buildingswere put together, according to TSN news service.The Donetsk...

    Japan to raise issue of Ukraine settlement at G7 Summit
    Apr06

    Japan to raise issue of Ukraine settlement at G7 Summit

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko held negotiations with Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe in the course of the official visit to Japan, noting that ”Ukraine and Japan share the same position on the inadmissibility of changing the internationally recognized borders by force and in violation of generally accepted principles of the...

    Pfizer walks away from Allergan deal: WSJ
    Apr06

    Pfizer walks away from Allergan deal: WSJ

    Pfizer Inc. and Allergan PLC terminated their planned $150 billion merger after the Obama administration took aim at the deal that would have moved the biggest drug company in the U.S. to Ireland to lower its taxes, according to The Wall Street Journal.Pfizer will pay Dublin-based Allergan a breakup fee of $150 million. The breakup fee is...

    Gryzlov warns of possible escalation in Donbas if OSCE police mission deployed
    Apr06

    Gryzlov warns of possible escalation in Donbas if OSCE police mission deployed

    Deployment of an international police mission in Donbas is contrary to Minsk agreements, as such calls will only provoke escalation; all parties should be as careful as possible at promotion initiatives, that`s according to Russia`s Envoy to the Trilateral Contact Group on Donbas conflict settlement Boris Gryzlov, RIA news agency...

    Putin fears revolt in Russia ahead of elections, creates national guard under own command
    Apr06

    Putin fears revolt in Russia ahead of elections, creates national guard under own command

    Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the creation of a Russian national guard in a surprise announcement on Tuesday signaling that his administration is worried about instability, in Russia as well as the Kremlin itself, according to U.S.-based private intelligence company Stratfor.Putin is not the first Russian president to propose the...

    Turchynov delivers burning response to loud statement of Russian official on possible Ukraine-Russia war
    Apr06

    Turchynov delivers burning response to loud statement of Russian official on possible Ukraine-Russia war

    Secretary of Ukraine`s National Security and Defense Council Oleksandr Turchynov responded to a resounding declaration Russian State Duma Speaker Sergei Naryshkin that the war between Ukraine and Russia would last ”four days max.””Apparently, Russia has a really serious problem, if even Russian State Duma Speaker Naryshkin said that they would...

    Dutch Foreign Minister: Whatever referendum`s outcome, we need to remain friends with Ukraine
    Apr06

    Dutch Foreign Minister: Whatever referendum`s outcome, we need to remain friends with Ukraine

    Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders calls on the Dutch people to vote for the Ukraine-EU Association Agreement and at the same time, mulls steps to be taken in case of a negative outcome, Europeiska Pravda reported.At the polling station, the minister expressed hope for a positive outcome of the referendum: ”I hope it`s a Yes. If it`s a No,...

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