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    Silencing of Crimean Tatar TV sparks outcry from rights bodies, Ukraine, Turkey
    Apr03

    Silencing of Crimean Tatar TV sparks outcry from rights bodies, Ukraine, Turkey

    KIEV (Reuters) – The silencing of a TV station for the Tatar people in Crimea, annexed by Russia from Ukraine a year ago, sparked an outcry on Friday, with Kiev accusing Moscow of trying to stamp out non-Russian influence on the peninsula. …read more Source:...

    Six years of NATO membership, PM Rama: Deepest gratitude to Alliance members
    Apr03

    Six years of NATO membership, PM Rama: Deepest gratitude to Alliance members

    TIRANA, April 3 /ATA/-By Gjergji Mima/ – Prime Minister Edi Rama attended Friday a ceremony commemorating the sixth anniversary of Albania’s accession to NATO. Addressing the event, PM Rama said that this NATO accession anniversary comes at a time when Albania has great opportunities, while recalling that membership in the Alliance was...

    Bulgaria in NATO – 11 years on
    Apr03

    Bulgaria in NATO – 11 years on

    Eleven years after Bulgaria’s accession to NATO, the question of the future of the alliance and of Bulgaria as a member is once again on the agenda. The country joined NATO on 2 April, 2004 after efforts stretching over 10 years; in becoming a member the country was guided by the consideration that the organization was Bulgaria’s...

    Putin Has Little to Offer Eastern Europe, Gerd Koenen Tells DW
    Apr03

    Putin Has Little to Offer Eastern Europe, Gerd Koenen Tells DW

    Russia is lacking a working coherent strategy towards countries in Eastern Europe and Moscow under President Vladimir Putin has little to offer to countries in the region, German historian Gerd Koenen has opined. “You can certainly try to court members of the political elite. You can sound the call of the old Orthodox solidarity, as is being...

    Russia, Greece to discuss EU sanctions, economy in Moscow
    Apr03

    Russia, Greece to discuss EU sanctions, economy in Moscow

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras plan to discuss economic ties and the European Union’s sanctions against Moscow when they meet for talks next week, a Kremlin spokesman said on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Turkey decries rights abuses of Crimean Tatars, to send observer mission
    Apr03

    Turkey decries rights abuses of Crimean Tatars, to send observer mission

    VILNIUS (Reuters) – Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Friday described the situation in Crimea as “unacceptable”, decrying rights abuses against Turkic-speaking Tatars and saying Ankara would dispatch an informal observer mission soon. …read more Source:...

    VIDEO: The children of Ukraine’s war
    Apr03

    VIDEO: The children of Ukraine’s war

    Natalia Antelava visits a children’s centre for youngsters involved in the war in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Social Network Analysis Reveals Full Scale of Kremlin’s Twitter Bot Campaign
    Apr02

    Social Network Analysis Reveals Full Scale of Kremlin’s Twitter Bot Campaign

    Profile pictures from a large network of pro-Kremlin Twitter accounts. Image by Lawrence Alexander. With the aid of open-source tools, Internet researcher Lawrence Alexander gathered and visualised data on nearly 20,500 pro-Kremlin Twitter accounts, revealing the massive scale of information manipulation attempts on the RuNet. In what is the...

    US Navy Destroyer Jason Dunham  to Enter Black Sea Friday
    Apr02

    US Navy Destroyer Jason Dunham to Enter Black Sea Friday

    US Navy guided-missile destroyer Jason Dunham will enter the Black Sea on Friday in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve, the US 6th Fleet has announced. “The ship’s presence in the Black Sea demonstrates the United States’ commitment to working closely with allies to enhance maritime security and stability, readiness, and naval...

    Bulgarian PM criticises France and Germany for accepting Crimea annexation
    Apr02

    Bulgarian PM criticises France and Germany for accepting Crimea annexation

    Bulgaria’s prime minister Boiko Borisov has criticised the leaders of Germany and France for de facto accepting Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Black Sea peninsula of Crimea. …read more Source:...

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