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    Pence seeks to reassure European allies
    Feb17

    Pence seeks to reassure European allies

    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, who throughout the campaign sought to soften Donald Trump’s edges and make him palatable to uneasy conservatives, now takes his reassurance tour to a new audience: foreign leaders frightened by Russian aggression and wary of an American president full of praise for Vladimir Putin. Pence took off for Europe on...

    Should Britain set sail for an EFTA trade deal?
    Feb17

    Should Britain set sail for an EFTA trade deal?

    As the United Kingdom moves to formally separate itself from the European Union, Brexit supporters and detractors alike have recognised the right to negotiate trade agreements with the rest of the world as one of the major dividends of the process. Britain now has a number of tracks it needs to progress on – what it can do unilaterally,...

    Kremlin orders media to scale back pro-Trump coverage: report
    Feb17

    Kremlin orders media to scale back pro-Trump coverage: report

    Amid concerns that the Trump administration may not be as friendly to Russia as once thought, the Kremlin told Russian media to cut back on favorable coverage of U.S. president Donald Trump, Bloomberg reported Friday. Recent controversies surrounding the Trump administration — including the resignation of National Security Adviser...

    Separatisté prý obsadí celý Donbas silou, Kreml nesouhlasí
    Feb17

    Separatisté prý obsadí celý Donbas silou, Kreml nesouhlasí

    Doněck/Kyjev/Moskva – Východoukrajinští povstalci jsou odhodláni obsadit silou donbaská území kontrolovaná Kyjevem, pokud se to nepodaří politickými prostředky. Na tiskové konferenci… …read more Source: České...

    Tony Blair’s denial won’t change the referendum result
    Feb17

    Tony Blair’s denial won’t change the referendum result

    It must have been a slow news day. Personally, though I’m not saying the stuff about woolly mammoths being resurrected within two years was the coolest thing ever, I do think it was in the top one. I’d have been happy with wall-to-wall news on that this morning. Instead, we had live coverage of a speech by some bloke called Blair,...

    Has BT got too big for its boots?
    Feb17

    Has BT got too big for its boots?

    This is a vitally important year for the UK’s mobile phone industry. Ofcom will be auctioning off a new allocation of spectrum that will be used by mobile phone companies to offer additional internet services to customers. The first auction will supplement the current ability of mobile providers to offer 4G internet services, while another...

    Brut force: the winery in the middle of a war zone
    Feb17

    Brut force: the winery in the middle of a war zone

    The chaos of eastern Ukraine has taken a heavy toll on this Soviet-era winery, which once supplied more than half the countryYou would not know from Yuri’s calm demeanour, as he describes the bubbles rising in his champagne flute, that that we are only a few miles from the frontlines in eastern Ukraine. Related: Violence flares in war-weary...

    Battling for Hearts and Minds: Kiev Fights for Loyalty in Eastern Ukraine
    Feb17

    Battling for Hearts and Minds: Kiev Fights for Loyalty in Eastern Ukraine

    The Minsk agreement, designed to bring peace to eastern Ukraine, turned two this week. But it hasn’t stopped the violence — in part because Kiev has done little to promote reconciliation. If that doesn’t change, unifying the country will prove impossible. …read more Source: Der...

    Russia backs Marine Le Pen for President saying she will make things ‘MESSY’ for EU
    Feb17

    Russia backs Marine Le Pen for President saying she will make things ‘MESSY’ for EU

    HE may not have said it publicly but Russian president Vladimir Putin is almost certainly throwing his weight behind Front National candidate Marine Le Pen ahead of the French elections. …read more Source:...

    I could not say that Bulgaria is the most corrupt country in EU: President Rumen Radev
    Feb17

    I could not say that Bulgaria is the most corrupt country in EU: President Rumen Radev

    “There is corruption in Bulgaria, but I could not say that Bulgaria is the most corrupt country in the EU”, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev toldEuronews TV channel in the wake of latest negative assessment of Bulgaria by Transparency International. “Bulgaria is making efforts to fight corruption but I am sure we need to make much bigger efforts,...

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