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    Worldwide Displacement Hits New Hight, UNHCR reports
    Jun18

    Worldwide Displacement Hits New Hight, UNHCR reports

    Conflicts and violence across the world have increased the number of people forced to leave their homes to the record 60 million on a global scale, as reported by the UN. The number of people going away from their homes has increased by 8,3 million since 2013, marking the biggest increase in history, according to a recent UNHCR global trends...

    For once the Bulgarians aren’t the worst | 24 Chasa – Bulgaria
    Jun18

    For once the Bulgarians aren’t the worst | 24 Chasa – Bulgaria

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    Bulgaria’s agriculture in search of its priorities
    Jun18

    Bulgaria’s agriculture in search of its priorities

    Absence of national priorities and targets: these sum up the main problems that Bulgarian agriculture faces. This has been the conclusion of the Economic Research Institute at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) following a major survey on how European financing was being spent during the first programming period 2007-2013 under the...

    Latvian FM: Russian-Western relations lowest since Cuba crisis
    Jun18

    Latvian FM: Russian-Western relations lowest since Cuba crisis

    Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics said that Russian nuclear weapon threats and an unwillingness to keep to the terms of the Ukraine ceasefire have driven relations between the country and the West to their lowest level since the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962. …read more Source:...

    Belarusian archers take silver in Baku
    Jun18

    Belarusian archers take silver in Baku

    The Belarusian team of Anna Marusova, Yekaterina Timofeyeva and Yelena Tolkach was held off by Italy 3-5 in the final. On the way to the podium the Belarusians beat Spain 5-3, Germany 6-2, and Ukraine 5-3. Ukraine landed bronze after edging Russia 5-4 in the third-place event. …read more Source:...

    INTERNATIONAL REPORT: Fighting in Donetsk series part 3/3
    Jun18

    INTERNATIONAL REPORT: Fighting in Donetsk series part 3/3

    An elderly woman inspects debris while standing inside her damaged house on the outskirts of Donetsk. Reuters/Alexander Ermochenko More than 6,400 people have been killed in eastern Ukraine since fighting began in April 2014 between government forces and pro-Russian separatists. …read more Source: Radio France...

    Russia may toughen response to EU sanctions over Ukraine: Kremlin
    Jun18

    Russia may toughen response to EU sanctions over Ukraine: Kremlin

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia may toughen its response to European Union sanctions over the Ukraine crisis if the EU carries out a decision to extend the sanctions, Kremlin economic adviser Andrei Belousov said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Russia-West tensions ‘worst since Cuba crisis’ says Rinkēvičs
    Jun18

    Russia-West tensions ‘worst since Cuba crisis’ says Rinkēvičs

    Russia’s nuclear “saber-rattling” and refusal to abide by the terms of a ceasefire in Ukraine have dragged East-West relations to their lowest level since the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs told Reuters while visiting Sidney in Australia on Thursday, the BNS newswire reported Thursday....

    Russian journalist beaten and detained by Ukrainian separatists
    Jun18

    Russian journalist beaten and detained by Ukrainian separatists

    Novaya Gazeta reporter says he was beaten after being held at gunpointA correspondent for the independent Russian newspaper, Novaya Gazeta, was beaten and briefly detained in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday, reports the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). Pavel Kanygin, a special correspondent for the Moscow-based paper, said he was held for five...

    Kuchma: Minsk talks venue clears the road to peace in Ukraine
    Jun18

    Kuchma: Minsk talks venue clears the road to peace in Ukraine

    “In this situation, there are many who want to criticize. But what do they offer in return? Nothing. There is no alternative to the political settlement of the conflict in Ukraine. It is understood all over the world, including in Ukraine and Belarus which has been actively involved in these processes,” Leonid Kuchma said. …read more...

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