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    Lithuania recalling defense attache from Russia over marriage to Crimean rezident
    Sep20

    Lithuania recalling defense attache from Russia over marriage to Crimean rezident

    Lithuania’s Defense Ministry on Tuesday said it was recalling Defense Attache to Russia Saulius Pikturna due to marriage to a resident of Crimea annexed by Russia, reports LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Poroshenko and Clinton on “resisting Russian aggression”
    Sep20

    Poroshenko and Clinton on “resisting Russian aggression”

    According to his website, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has held a meeting with U.S. Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.A statement said that Poroshenko “informed Hillary Clinton about the situation in Donbas” and stressed that “Ukraine today fights for freedom and democratic values, which unite the whole democratic...

    Ukrainian authorities pledge to protect Vichmann’s investment
    Sep20

    Ukrainian authorities pledge to protect Vichmann’s investment

    The authorities of Ukraine will do everything to protect the investments of Estonian businessman Marcel Vichmann in Zatoka village of the Odessa region, where local criminals have been hindering investment, Ukrainian Prime Minister Vladimir Groysman and Odessa regional governor Mihkeil Saakashvili said, reports LETA/BNS. …read more Source:...

    Poland does not recognize Russian elections held in Crimea
    Sep20

    Poland does not recognize Russian elections held in Crimea

    The Polish foreign ministry has said it does not recognize the results of recent elections to the Russian Duma held in Crimea, adding that the peninsula legally belongs to Ukraine. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Latvian foreign minister says next US president must combat Russian aggression
    Sep20

    Latvian foreign minister says next US president must combat Russian aggression

    NEW YORK — Regardless of who wins this November, the next U.S. president should stand united with Europe against Russian aggression, including Moscow’s interference in other countries’ elections, Latvia’s foreign minister said Monday. Edgars Rinkēvičs’ comments to POLITICO come as Americans face two stark choices in the...

    Terror attacks complicate Obama’s refugee push
    Sep19

    Terror attacks complicate Obama’s refugee push

    UNITED NATIONS — The New York-area hunt for an Afghan-born bombing suspect has cast a pall on this week’s gathering of international leaders at the U.N. General Assembly, a session U.S. President Barack Obama plans to use to rally support for helping the world’s refugees. Instead, the search Monday for 28-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahami...

    Russia’s election: Free sausages and fraud allegations
    Sep19

    Russia’s election: Free sausages and fraud allegations

    MOSCOW — Two years of economic recession, Western sanctions and wars in Ukraine and Syria haven’t shaken Vladimir Putin’s grip on power. Instead, Sunday’s election to the Russian state Duma saw the president’s United Russia party win a greater share of the vote than in 2011, with even less space in parliament for any real...

    Bulgaria-Romania Gas Link ‘Hopefully Ready’ by End of Year
    Sep19

    Bulgaria-Romania Gas Link ‘Hopefully Ready’ by End of Year

    Bulgarian Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova has voiced her hope that the construction of an interconnector with Romania will be complete by the end of 2016, becoming the country’s first gas link with a neighboring state. At an energy conference dedicated to energy security in Southeast Europe, Petkova has underlined that the government...

    America’s relationships are on the line — no matter who wins
    Sep19

    America’s relationships are on the line — no matter who wins

    NEW YORK — All politics is geopolitical in this year’s presidential race — and top Democrats and Republicans fear that will reshape America’s relationships around the world no matter who wins. This week, the uncertain state of those relationships will be on full display in New York as the United Nations General Assembly gathers and...

    Bulgaria Ranks 60th as Rio Paralympics End
    Sep19

    Bulgaria Ranks 60th as Rio Paralympics End

    Bulgaria has the 60th best result in the Rio Paralympics, the final ranking shows. With one gold medal, won by Ruzhdi Ruzhdi in shot put F55 category, the country’s result is similar to that of Bahrain, Kuwait, and Georgia, each having scooped one gold medal. This has been the first gold medal for Bulgarian paralympic athletes since 2004.In...

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