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    Oil falls 6% on UK referendum data
    Jun24

    Oil falls 6% on UK referendum data

    World oil prices have lost more than 6% on the results of the referendum in the UK on EU membership, Russian business news agency PRIME has reported with reference to trading data.”As of 06:48 GMT, Brent crude futures` August front-month contract fell by 6.52%, to $47.58 a barrel, while U.S. crude futures` August contract fell by 6.69%, to $46.75...

    Russia seen putting new nuclear-capable missiles along NATO border by 2019 – Reuters
    Jun24

    Russia seen putting new nuclear-capable missiles along NATO border by 2019 – Reuters

    Russia is likely to deploy advanced nuclear-capable missiles in its European exclave of Kaliningrad by 2019, casting the move as a reply to a U.S.-backed missile shield, and may one day put them in Crimea too, sources close to its military predict, according to Reuters. Mikhail Barabanov, a senior research fellow at the Moscow-based Centre for...

    British PM Cameron resigns following referendum (video)
    Jun24

    British PM Cameron resigns following referendum (video)

    British Prime Minister David Cameron has resigned in connection with the referendum results, according to Meduza, a Latvian-based online newspaper.Cameron explained that his decision was due to the fact that during the campaign preceding the referendum, he had supported the proposal to remain in the European Union.The UK government will resign on...

    Pro-Russian forces in Donbas attack Ukraine 50 times in past day
    Jun24

    Pro-Russian forces in Donbas attack Ukraine 50 times in past day

    The combined Russian-separatist forces attacked Ukrainian army positions in eastern Ukraine 50 times in the past 24 hours, including 33 times in the Mariupol sector, 15 times in the Donetsk sector and twice in the Luhansk sector, according to the press center of the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) Headquarters.In the Mariupol sector, the occupiers...

    Bucharest to ”reset” relations with Kyiv – Romania Envoy
    Jun24

    Bucharest to ”reset” relations with Kyiv – Romania Envoy

    Romania is revising its relations with Ukraine because Russia is threatening security in the entire Black Sea region, according to Cornel Ionescu, Romania`s Ambassador to Ukraine, Ukraine Today reported.Such a comment was given during the panel discussion ”Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Romania” on June 23, which was also attended by experts from...

    Ukraine, Poland to enhance cooperation in Higher Education, Research – Education Ministry
    Jun24

    Ukraine, Poland to enhance cooperation in Higher Education, Research – Education Ministry

    Ukraine and Poland will develop an agreement on deepening cooperation in the fields of academic integrity and inter-university mobility, as agreed during the meeting between Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine Lilia Hrynevych and Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Research and Higher Education of Poland Jaroslaw Gowin, the press service of...

    UK referendum pushes pound to more than 30-year low
    Jun24

    UK referendum pushes pound to more than 30-year low

    The British pound was shoved to its lowest since 1985 against the dollar Friday, thrown on a major roller-coaster ride as it appeared the UK was headed toward breaking up with the European Union, according to MarketWatch.Sterling GBPUSD, -8.3703%  was trading at $1.3466, a 9.5% slide from $1.4871 late Thursday in New York as Brexit referendum...

    Kyiv convinces Brussels raising agri export quotas for Ukraine possible – minister
    Jun24

    Kyiv convinces Brussels raising agri export quotas for Ukraine possible – minister

    Minister of Agrarian Policy of Ukraine Taras Kutovyi on the results of the annual Ukraine-EU agricultural dialogue held June 22-23 in Brussels told reporters the Ukrainian side had managed to convince the EU that the quotas for agricultural products supplied to the EU market were not constant numbers and could be revised upwards, an UNIAN...

    UK votes Brexit
    Jun24

    UK votes Brexit

    In the UK, Eurosceptics have won in the referendum on the country`s exit from the EU, according to media reports following the count of most of the votes. Brexit supporters gained 51.8% of votes.Despite the fact that the official results of the final count have not been announced yet, the available data show that more than 16.7 million people...

    Germany shooting: man killed after opening fire at cinema in Viernheim
    Jun24

    Germany shooting: man killed after opening fire at cinema in Viernheim

    An armed and masked man has been shot dead by German special police officers after storming a cinema complex in Viernheim, in the Hesse region, The Guardian reports.The gunman had taken several hostages, all of whom escaped uninjured. A number of people inside the cinema were lightly injured when police deployed CS gas, reports said, according to...

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