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    Ukrainian MP seeks probe of Ukraine-Clinton ties
    Aug17

    Ukrainian MP seeks probe of Ukraine-Clinton ties

    KIEV — A Ukrainian member of parliament has requested a criminal investigation into possible meddling by his country’s government in last year’s U.S. presidential election, claiming the interference has “seriously damaged Ukrainian-American relations.†In a July 24 letter to...

    Polish, Ukrainian defence ministers talk military ties
    Aug17

    Polish, Ukrainian defence ministers talk military ties

    Polish Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz has met with his Ukrainian counterpart Stepan Poltorak to discuss bilateral military cooperation and security issues. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Poll: Republicans’ confidence in Putin on the rise
    Aug17

    Poll: Republicans’ confidence in Putin on the rise

    WASHINGTON — Russian President Vladimir Putin is enjoying rising popularity among Republicans, a new poll from the Pew Research Center found. The poll found that the share of Republicans expressing confidence in Putin doubled to 34 percent from 17 percent in 2015, when Donald Trump launched a campaign for the White House that was...

    Ukrainian MP seeks probe of Ukraine-Clinton ties
    Aug17

    Ukrainian MP seeks probe of Ukraine-Clinton ties

    KIEV — A Ukrainian member of parliament has requested a criminal investigation into possible meddling by his country’s government in last year’s U.S. presidential election, claiming the interference has “seriously damaged Ukrainian-American relations.†In a July 24 letter to...

    Rosneft & Systema Locked In Legal Battle
    Aug17

    Rosneft & Systema Locked In Legal Battle

    In a headline-grabbing lawsuit between Russian corporate giants, regional oil company Bashneft and its parent Rosneft will be hoping to press home their claims tomorrow (Thursday) in the Bashkortostan regional capital of Ufa that the telecoms-to-travel conglomerate Sistema systematically stripped Bashneft of value while it owned the firm prior to...

    Rosneft & Systema Locked In Legal Battle
    Aug17

    Rosneft & Systema Locked In Legal Battle

    In a headline-grabbing lawsuit between Russian corporate giants, regional oil company Bashneft and its parent Rosneft will be hoping to press home their claims tomorrow (Thursday) in the Bashkortostan regional capital of Ufa that the telecoms-to-travel conglomerate Sistema systematically stripped Bashneft of value while it owned the firm prior to...

    Who Is Supplying North Korea With Missile Technology?
    Aug17

    Who Is Supplying North Korea With Missile Technology?

    A recent article in The New York Times about “Ukrainian engines for North Korea” suggests a cleverly orchestrated propaganda attack against Ukraine. According to an expert evaluation by the Ukrainian based Centre for Army, Conversion and Disarmament Studies (CACDS), the article in The New York Times “North Korea’s Missile Success Is Linked...

    What next for Alexei Navalny?
    Aug17

    What next for Alexei Navalny?

    Earlier this summer, Russia celebrated its 27th birthday. The National Day ceremonies didn’t go as smoothly as the country’s officials would have hoped. Anti-corruption protesters staged rallies at several big cities, with the largest protest in Moscow. Several thousand demonstrators marched through the capital’s main street,...

    Honey Prices Go Up by 20% in Bulgaria
    Aug16

    Honey Prices Go Up by 20% in Bulgaria

    Price of honey in Bulgaria has gone up by 20% because of the high mortality rate of honeybees, which reaches 60% and even 100% this year. According to beekeepers, about a third of the products on the market do not have the necessary qualities because they are mixed with Ukrainian and Chinese honey, reported the Bulgarian National Television....

    Angela Merkel plays for her place in history — and Europe’s future
    Aug16

    Angela Merkel plays for her place in history — and Europe’s future

    Angela Merkel’s return for a fourth term as German chancellor seems such a foregone conclusion, given her conservatives’ wide lead in opinion polls, that interest is mostly focused on who her coalition partner will be after the September 24 federal election. More than ever, Europeans are looking to Berlin for a lead...

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