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    Britain´s May vows EU citizens can stay after Brexit
    Jun23

    Britain´s May vows EU citizens can stay after Brexit

    British Prime Minister Theresa May. Photo: AFPBRUSSELS: British Prime Minister Theresa May promised Thursday to let EU citizens stay after Brexit as she met sceptical European leaders for the first time since her disastrous election gamble.Under pressure from all sides since losing her parliamentary majority in the June 8 vote, May held out an...

    GE showcases future of energy and industry at Expo-2017 in Kazakhstan
    Jun23

    GE showcases future of energy and industry at Expo-2017 in Kazakhstan

    ASTANA (TCA) — Following the opening last week of Expo-2017 in Kazakhstan’s capital of Astana, over 100 top officials, senior business executives, and global thought leaders came together on June 21 for an interactive discussion at Moving Forward, Fueling the Future, the General Electric-hosted forum focused on emerging trends and...

    US sanctions against Moscow ‘threaten whole relationship’: Russian FM
    Jun23

    US sanctions against Moscow ‘threaten whole relationship’: Russian FM

    MOSCOW (AFP) – Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday attacked new US sanctions against his country, saying they seriously threaten the whole relationship between Moscow and Washington.The measures are vain attempts to pressure Russia, Lavrov said in a statement published by the foreign ministry after a phone call with US...

    US slams Russian intimidation of OSCE in Ukraine (AFP)
    Jun23

    US slams Russian intimidation of OSCE in Ukraine (AFP)

    Washington (AFP) – The United States on Thursday accused pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine of a campaign of “violence and harassment” against unarmed OSCE teams monitoring the conflict. …read more Source: The West...

    U.S. voices concern about violence against monitors in east Ukraine
    Jun23

    U.S. voices concern about violence against monitors in east Ukraine

    WASHINGTON – The U.S. State Department said on Thursday it was “deeply concerned” about a pattern of violence by Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine targeting unarmed civilians of a European mission monitoring the conflict in region. … …read more Source:...

    U.S. voices concern about violence against monitors in east Ukraine
    Jun22

    U.S. voices concern about violence against monitors in east Ukraine

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. State Department said on Thursday it was “deeply concerned” about a pattern of violence by Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine targeting unarmed civilians of a European mission monitoring the conflict in region. …read more Source: The...

    EU extends sanctions against Russia due to lack of progress over Ukraine
    Jun22

    EU extends sanctions against Russia due to lack of progress over Ukraine

    EU leaders agreed on Thursday to roll over damaging economic sanctions against Russia for another six months because Moscow has failed to meet its Ukraine ceasefire commitments, EU president Donald Tusk said. “Agreed. EU will extend economic sanctions against Russia for their lack of implementing the Minsk agreement,” Tusk tweeted at an EU...

    EU leaders agree to roll over Russia economic sanctions (AFP)
    Jun22

    EU leaders agree to roll over Russia economic sanctions (AFP)

    Brussels (AFP) – EU leaders agreed Thursday to roll over damaging economic sanctions against Russia for another six months because Moscow has failed to meet its Ukraine ceasefire commitments, EU president Donald Tusk said. …read more Source: The West...

    EU confirms rollover of Russia sanctions
    Jun22

    EU confirms rollover of Russia sanctions

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union leaders agreed on Thursday to extend sanctions imposed on Russia for its intervention in Ukraine by another six months, European Council President Donald Tusk said. …read more Source: The...

    REPORTERS WITHOUT BORDERS FREEDOM INDEX RANKED BANGLADESH 146 WITH ABUSE SCORE OF 53.3
    Jun22

    REPORTERS WITHOUT BORDERS FREEDOM INDEX RANKED BANGLADESH 146 WITH ABUSE SCORE OF 53.3

    REPORTERS WITHOUT BORDERS FREEDOM INDEX RANKED BANGLADESH 146 WITH ABUSE SCORE OF 53.3 The World Press Freedom Index score of 146 puts Bangladesh into another least developed democracy in the world and more towards an autocratic regime. Press freedom is worse than Pakistan and little better than Congo. While we pride ourselves with the economic...

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