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    Eastern Ukraine: separatists ‘will not push for independence,’ says spokesperson
    May27

    Eastern Ukraine: separatists ‘will not push for independence,’ says spokesperson

    The situation in eastern Ukraine seems to be at a crossroads: between a fragile and regularly-violated truce among pro-Russian rebel forces and… …read more Source:...

    Exclusive: Russia masses heavy firepower on border with Ukraine – witness
    May27

    Exclusive: Russia masses heavy firepower on border with Ukraine – witness

    KHUTOR CHKALOVA, Russia (Reuters) – Russia’s army is massing troops and hundreds of pieces of weaponry including mobile rocket launchers, tanks and artillery at a makeshift base near the border with Ukraine, a Reuters reporter saw this week. …read more Source:...

    Vienna Economic Forum opens today
    May27

    Vienna Economic Forum opens today

    TIRANA, May 27 (ATA)- The Regional Vienna Economic Forum will kick off its proceedings on Wednesday evening in Tirana. The forum will open at 19.00 hrs with a reception at the Palace of Brigades in honour of all the participants and the official delegations. The opening floor will be taken by Minister of Economy Arben Ahmetaj, who will be...

    Ukraine must keep up fight against corruption: Biden
    May27

    Ukraine must keep up fight against corruption: Biden

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Ukraine’s government needs to investigate and prosecute corruption at all levels and implement difficult political reforms to retain the support of the United States, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Biden slams Putin in Brookings speech
    May27

    Biden slams Putin in Brookings speech

    Vice President Joe Biden took a hard stand against Russian leader Vladimir Putin in a speech at the Brookings Institution Wednesday, saying the situation in Ukraine is a “humanitarian tragedy created by Russian aggression.” “Helping Ukraine against Russian aggression is critical to checking further aggression down the road,” the vice president...

    Seven take-aways from the FIFA arrests
    May27

    Seven take-aways from the FIFA arrests

    There can’t be a single soccer fan anywhere in the world who didn’t have the sports-lover’s equivalent of a righteous orgasm on learning of the arrest at dawn — by the Swiss police — of seven FIFA senior officials. As of this writing, these men were being readied for extradition to the United States, where they will be...

    Agreement on visit of Latvian MPs to Belarus
    May27

    Agreement on visit of Latvian MPs to Belarus

    The Latvian side also demonstrated their positive attitude to Belarus’ efforts to resolve the crisis in Ukraine. “Our colleagues appreciate it a lot. The mood of the talks changed. The range of discussed problems grew considerably larger,” stated the MP. …read more Source:...

    Russia and Qatar: losers in the FIFA scandal
    May27

    Russia and Qatar: losers in the FIFA scandal

    The Baur au Lac hotel is an old Zürich favorite. Its central location, Lake Zürich views, wood-paneled interior and reputation for discretion, make it a regular haunt for statesmen, billionaires, princes and, for the past couple decades, executives from global soccer’s governing body, FIFA. FIFA is known for its wealth — the last World Cup...

    The world is plagued by fire and blood – Britain must not look the other way | Daniel Kawczynski
    May27

    The world is plagued by fire and blood – Britain must not look the other way | Daniel Kawczynski

    The election campaign reached new heights of insularity – yet engaging with foreign affairs is not a luxury: Britain’s conscience must be reawakened‘We don’t live alone – we are members of one body,” the furious police officer informs the members of the Birling family in JB Priestley’s An Inspector Calls. “We are responsible for...

    Five subplots in the EU budget
    May27

    Five subplots in the EU budget

    The European Commission on Wednesday unveiled what it called “a small budget with a big punch” for the EU for next year, as officials sought to justify new spending to deal with foreign policy crises. While the broad outlines of the EU budget have already been determined for the 2014-2020 period, the annual budget allows wiggle room for certain...

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