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    Committee of Permanent Representatives in EU backs sanctions against organizers of Russian election in Crimea – Poroshenko  – The Baltic Times
    May13

    Committee of Permanent Representatives in EU backs sanctions against organizers of Russian election in Crimea – Poroshenko – The Baltic Times

    KYIV – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said that based on the information he possesses, the Committee of Permanent Representatives in the E…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Merkel blasts breaches of Ukraine truce
    May12

    Merkel blasts breaches of Ukraine truce

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday said she was deeply concerned by repeated breaches of a ceasefire between government forces and Russian-backed rebels in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: The Local...

    Tennis: Halep, Buzarnescu, Begu and Carstea, on the main draw of Rome tournament (WTA)
    May12

    Tennis: Halep, Buzarnescu, Begu and Carstea, on the main draw of Rome tournament (WTA)

    Four Romanian tennis players, Simona Halep, the world's leader, Mihaela Buzarnescu, Irina Begu and Sorana Cirstea, are on the main draw of the singles competition of the Rome tennis tournament (WTA), equipped with total prizes worth 3,251,720 US dollars, to kick off on Monday. Halep (26) will enter directly into the second round of the...

    Brexit deal: Ukraine border deal is BEST for Britain, says Former EU judge
    May12

    Brexit deal: Ukraine border deal is BEST for Britain, says Former EU judge

    THERESA MAY has so far been unsuccessful attempting to convince European Union negotiators to consider her plans to ensure frictionless trade between the UK and EU continues after Brexit. But now, a former European Court of Justice judge has suggested on former Soviet nation could hold the key to unlock the debate. …read more Source:...

    Inaction in U.S. and Ukraine keeping Manafort cases in limbo: prosecutor
    May11

    Inaction in U.S. and Ukraine keeping Manafort cases in limbo: prosecutor

    KIEV (Reuters) – Legal red tape in Ukraine and a lack of help from the United States have left Ukraine’s investigations of former Donald Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort in legal limbo, senior prosecutor Serhii Horbatiuk told Reuters on Friday. …read more Source:...

    How Armenia lost its Eurovision mojo – or the fickle appeal of singing in your own language
    May11

    How Armenia lost its Eurovision mojo – or the fickle appeal of singing in your own language

    Nearly 20 years ago, a rule change allowed countries to compete in English. But this year has seen a huge rise in countries singing in their native tongue. Don’t get me wrong, Armenia is great at a lot of things. Playing chess. Producing superstar business dynasties. Stuffing vine leaves. Squeezing pomegranates. All the skills. But nowhere...

    Ukrainian conflict high on agenda as Pahor visits Kyiv
    May11

    Ukrainian conflict high on agenda as Pahor visits Kyiv

    President Borut Pahor and his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko called for seizing opportunities for peaceful resolution of the conflict in the eastern part of Ukraine as the Slovenian president paid an official visit to the country on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Champions League fans offered free rooms
    May11

    Champions League fans offered free rooms

    Sky-high hotel prices in Kiev for the Champions League final have led to residents offering free rooms. …read more Source:...

    Eurovision 2018: This is the Running Order of the Grand Final!
    May11

    Eurovision 2018: This is the Running Order of the Grand Final!

    The running order was proposed by Christer Björkman, Contest Producer from the production team of Host Broadcaster RTP, and approved by the EBU’s Executive Supervisor and the Chairman of the Reference Group, the governing body of the contest on behalf of all 43 participating broadcasters. Each act drew in which half of the Grand Final they...

    How Italy could blow up Europe as we know it
    May11

    How Italy could blow up Europe as we know it

    FLORENCE, Italy — As Italy’s leading vote-getters work through the weekend to hammer out a coalition deal — about time, some might add, two months after the election — the EU and Brussels establishments are in a state of heightened anxiety. A government of the 5Stars (anti-establishment, in media shorthand) and the League (far right, ditto)...

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