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    PM to Poroshenko: Ukraine is not alone
    Jan23

    PM to Poroshenko: Ukraine is not alone

    In a meeting with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Tallinn on Monday, Prime Minister Jüri Ratas confirmed Estonia’s continuing and wide-ranging support of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Estonian president: Ukraine should decide its own future
    Jan23

    Estonian president: Ukraine should decide its own future

    Ukraine should be able to decide its own future, Estonian President kersti Kaljulaid said at her meeting with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Tallinn on Monday. …read more Source:...

    Estonian president: Ukraine should decide its own future  – The Baltic Times
    Jan23

    Estonian president: Ukraine should decide its own future – The Baltic Times

    TALLINN – Ukraine should be able to decide its own future, Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid said at her meeting with the Ukrainian head of st…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    How board games became a billion-dollar business
    Jan23

    How board games became a billion-dollar business

    A new generation of tabletop games escaped the family table – and fuelled a global industry. In Birmingham not long ago, I watched a political catastrophe take place. A cabal of academics was clamouring for a liberal manifesto and an anti-capitalist government agenda. The working classes were demanding authoritarian rule with fewer socialist...

    Bulgaria’s new President will have zero freedom to take stands independently from NATO and EU: Ilian Vassilev
    Jan23

    Bulgaria’s new President will have zero freedom to take stands independently from NATO and EU: Ilian Vassilev

    The fifth President of Bulgaria has entered the Presidency building with the image of a pro-Russian politician due to his speeches in the election campaign and interviews for foreign media that the EU should lift sanctions against Russia and that Crimea is actually part of Russia, because the Russian national flag is hoisted there. Although...

    Russia foreign ministry: Date for Trump-Putin call being finalized
    Jan23

    Russia foreign ministry: Date for Trump-Putin call being finalized

    A spokesman for Russia’s foreign ministry said Monday that his government expects to finalize a date soon for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s first phone call with President Donald Trump since his inauguration last week. On a conference call with reporters that was reported by Reuters, Russian foreign ministry spokesman...

    Rumen Radev assumes office as president, a “hot” spring in the offing
    Jan23

    Rumen Radev assumes office as president, a “hot” spring in the offing

    Continuity and change. These were the guiding principles the new President of Bulgaria Rumen Radev formulated in his brief speech as he assumed office at a ceremony in Sofia yesterday. Former president Rosen Plevneliev wished success to his successor, stating that throughout the five years of his term of office he had worked solely for the...

    Tragic tale behind the long-lost Victoria Cross found buried in mud by the Thames
    Jan22

    Tragic tale behind the long-lost Victoria Cross found buried in mud by the Thames

    The medal was one of 16 awarded at the Battle of Inkerman during the Crimean War in 1954, but its recipient, thought to be Private John Byrne, was tortuered by what he witnessed on the battlefield …read more Source:...

    Medal awarded to a Crimean War soldier lost in the mud
    Jan22

    Medal awarded to a Crimean War soldier lost in the mud

    Tobias Neto, from Putney, south west London, found the Victoria Cross which was one of 16 medals given to British soldiers after the Battle of Inkerman on November 5, 1854, on the banks of the Thames. …read more Source: Daily...

    US spies fear allies will stop sharing intel under Russia-friendly Trump
    Jan22

    US spies fear allies will stop sharing intel under Russia-friendly Trump

    Now that Donald Trump is officially its commander-in-chief, America’s foreign allies are being forced to grapple with a highly sensitive question: Is it still safe to share information with U.S. intelligence agencies? The global spy community — a fractious world where friends, frenemies and sometimes enemies often enter...

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