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    Danish football association sceptical about World Cup expansion
    Jan11

    Danish football association sceptical about World Cup expansion

    The decision by the international football governing body FIFA to expand the World Cup to 48 teams has not been well met by the Danish football association DBU. DBU chairman Jesper Møller and head coach Åge Hareide both voiced their concern at the expansion plans, which will involve 16 groups of three teams each at the 2026 World Cup....

    Makei, Norway Ambassador discuss bilateral relations, Belarus-EU cooperation
    Jan11

    Makei, Norway Ambassador discuss bilateral relations, Belarus-EU cooperation

    Belarus’ Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Makei with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Norway to Ukraine and concurrently to Belarus Ole Terje Horpestad to receive the copies of credentials on 11 January. …read more Source:...

    Latvian expert takes helm at Ukraine’s Sea Ports Authority
    Jan11

    Latvian expert takes helm at Ukraine’s Sea Ports Authority

    A Latvian expert on port operations, Raivis Veckagans has been appointed as the acting head of the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority, the Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure announced. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump backfire
    Jan11

    Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump backfire

    Donald Trump wasn’t the only presidential candidate whose campaign was boosted by officials of a former Soviet bloc country. Ukrainian government officials tried to help Hillary Clinton and undermine Trump by publicly questioning his fitness for office. They also disseminated documents implicating a top Trump aide in corruption and...

    End of EU-Ukraine love affair? Kiev and Brussels fall out over visa-free travel
    Jan11

    End of EU-Ukraine love affair? Kiev and Brussels fall out over visa-free travel

    UKRAINE-EU relations are set to reach a tipping point as talks over a deal allowing Ukrainians visa-free travel in the bloc stall. …read more Source:...

    Think reporting on Trump is hard? Try being a journalist in Donetsk
    Jan11

    Think reporting on Trump is hard? Try being a journalist in Donetsk

    When war came to my city in eastern Ukraine, it was hard – but vital – for people like me to stay objectiveWhen I started working as a journalist in my native city of Donetsk I never imagined that war would come to town, until the day it did. In the spring of 2014 tanks and pro-Russia separatists showed up on the streets of the city, which was...

    Ukrainians fall out of love with Europe
    Jan11

    Ukrainians fall out of love with Europe

    KIEV — “The video is funny because it’s so true,” says my Ukrainian teacher, Katrin Khalabuzar, during a recent lesson at a Kiev hipster café. I see why the video has struck a nerve with her and close to 50,000 other Ukrainians: It shows President Petro Poroshenko promising at various points that a...

    Trump confronts firestorm over Russia allegations
    Jan11

    Trump confronts firestorm over Russia allegations

    Ten days before he’s sworn in as U.S. president, Donald Trump is facing a potential crisis amid reports that intelligence officials had delivered a report to the president-elect last week outlining allegations that Russia could have compromising information about him. Although the details of these revelations remain murky and...

    Lawmakers broach possible Trump campaign coordination with Russia
    Jan11

    Lawmakers broach possible Trump campaign coordination with Russia

    Members of U.S. Congress made clear Tuesday they’re increasingly willing to broach a taboo topic: possible coordination between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. Their emboldened approach comes amid a bombshell CNN report that intelligence officials last week presented Trump with alleged claims by Russian operatives that they...

    U.S. lawmakers want Russia sanctions over hacking, Ukraine, Syria
    Jan11

    U.S. lawmakers want Russia sanctions over hacking, Ukraine, Syria

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Republican and Democratic senators said Tuesday they want to slap a wide range of sanctions on Russia over its cyber activities and actions in Syria and Ukraine, and force President Donald Trump to formally waive them if he has objections. …read more Source:...

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