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    Head of Russia’s only Ukrainian library gets suspended jail term
    Jun05

    Head of Russia’s only Ukrainian library gets suspended jail term

    MOSCOW – A court in Moscow on Monday handed a four-year suspended prison sentence to Natalya Sharina, the head of Russia’s only state-run Ukrainian language library, after finding her guilty of inciting ethnic hatred and embezzlement, a Reuters reporter in… …read more Source:...

    Only 12% Russians consider Armenia friendly country
    Jun05

    Only 12% Russians consider Armenia friendly country

    ArmInfo.Only 12% of Russians consider Armenia a friendly country, Russian Levada center Friends and Enemies survey results evidence that. According to the survey, published on the website of the organization, on the request to name 5 countries close to Russia, TOP-5 entered Belarus-46% of people named it ally, the second place occupies China with...

    Head of Russia's only Ukrainian library gets suspended jail term
    Jun05

    Head of Russia's only Ukrainian library gets suspended jail term

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – A court in Moscow on Monday handed a four-year suspended prison sentence to Natalya Sharina, the head of Russia’s only state-run Ukrainian language library, after finding her guilty of inciting ethnic hatred and embezzlement, a Reuters reporter in the courtroom said. …read more Source: The...

    KALYNA CARE: YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW
    Jun05

    KALYNA CARE: YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW

    Bogdan Rudnytski interviewed Halja Bryndzia, Chairperson of the Kalyna Care (formerly known as the Ukrainian Elderly People’s Home).(Богдан Рудницький веде розмову із Головою Дирекції будинку опіки для престарілих “Калина” (знаного раніше як Український дім для старших людей) пані Галею Бриндзя.) …read more Source:...

    31 diagnosed with Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever in Iran
    Jun05

    31 diagnosed with Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever in Iran

    31 people have been diagnosed with Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever in Iran, the country’s health ministry has said in a statement. …read more Source:...

    World Bank projects 2.7 percent growth in Armenia in 2017
    Jun05

    World Bank projects 2.7 percent growth in Armenia in 2017

    The World Bank forecasts that global economic growth will strengthen to 2.7 percent in 2017 as a pickup in manufacturing and trade, rising market confidence, and stabilizing commodity prices allow growth to resume in commodity-exporting emerging market and developing economies. According to the World Bank’s June 2017 Global Economic...

    ABOUT THE 50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE UKRAINIAN WORLD CONGRESS AND 70 YEARS OF UKRAINIAN SETTLEMENT IN AUSTRALIA
    Jun05

    ABOUT THE 50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE UKRAINIAN WORLD CONGRESS AND 70 YEARS OF UKRAINIAN SETTLEMENT IN AUSTRALIA

    Bogdan Rudnytski interviewed Stefan Romaniw, the President of the Australian Federation of Ukrainian Organisations and Secretary-General of the Ukrainian World Congress. This year marks 50 years of the Ukrainian World Congress (UWC), the int…(Bogdan Rudnytski interviewed Stefan Romaniw, the President of the Australian Federation of...

    Putin leaves Russians guessing on economic reform plan
    Jun04

    Putin leaves Russians guessing on economic reform plan

    ST PETERSBURG, RUSSIA: Russia’s leading economic thinkers say the country needs bold action to avoid stagnation. After President Vladimir Putin set out his ideas for the economy in a keynote speech on Friday, they are still waiting to hear what that action will be. Addressing the St Petersburg International Economic Forum, an annual...

    The new Great Game of energy
    Jun03

    The new Great Game of energy

    Last autumn, the world’s two largest oil producers united during an Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and non-OPEC meeting in Algiers, where they publicly declared their commitment to cut output and support prices. Last month, they came together again and agreed to roll over their self-declared historic deal to take...

    This Year, No US Pressure to Avoid Russia’s Davos
    Jun03

    This Year, No US Pressure to Avoid Russia’s Davos

    ST PETERSBURG, RUSSIA/WASHINGTON – For three years after Russia annexed Crimea, Washington officials quietly cautioned major U.S. firms about attending the annual St. Petersburg forum, where investor …read more Source: Big News...

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