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    Lukashenko calls for unity in church, between nations
    Jan07

    Lukashenko calls for unity in church, between nations

    “There are talks of the need to separate, stand out, something else like that. You know the life will set the things straight. There is no need in putting the cart before the horse. There is no need in raising issues which do not exist yet. We feel fine that today we are together with our brotherly nations: Russians, Ukrainians, other nations and...

    Mir Bozji, Hristos se rodi: Merry Christmas!
    Jan07

    Mir Bozji, Hristos se rodi: Merry Christmas!

    BELGRADE – Millions of Orthodox Christians around the globe are celebrating Christmas. Christmas is known worldwide as a family holiday of happiness, which marks the birth of Jesus Christ. Besides Serbs, many believers in Russia, Ukraine , Syria, Egypt , Georgia, Macedonia, and Ethiopia mark this holiday on January 7th. Although practices vary...

    Vladimir Putin, war criminal
    Jan07

    Vladimir Putin, war criminal

    NEWARK, New Jersey — Russia’s criminal behavior in Syria is just the latest in a long string of crimes perpetrated by Russian President Vladimir Putin. U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s incoming administration may be unwilling to admit it, but Putin is a war criminal. The U.S. government may need to negotiate...

    Ex-Republican Party head Barbour to lobby U.S. for Ukraine
    Jan06

    Ex-Republican Party head Barbour to lobby U.S. for Ukraine

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Haley Barbour, former Republican Party leader and Mississippi governor, has been hired by the Ukrainian government to lobby U.S. politicians, according to documents filed this week. …read more Source:...

    Serbia’s Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas Eve
    Jan06

    Serbia’s Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas Eve

    Eastern Orthodox believers, Serbia’s majority Christian denomination, are on Friday, January 6, marking Christmas Eve. Christmas is a public holiday in Serbia celebrated on January 7, according to the Julian calendar. Among the countries adhering to the same calendar are also Belarus, Georgia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Russia, and Ukraine....

    Think hacking’s bad now? You ain’t seen nothing yet
    Jan06

    Think hacking’s bad now? You ain’t seen nothing yet

    President Barack Obama at the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) in Arlington, Virginia, USA ©Pool/ABACA USA/PA Images Since the early 1990s, governments have been aware of cyberthreats and their potentially devastating consequences. But initially, they identified the threats in different ways. The American...

    Hackers threaten smart power grids
    Jan06

    Hackers threaten smart power grids

    Europe is investing in power grids that save consumers money and easily handle surges from wind and solar sources — features  critical to curbing climate change and cutting the Continent’s reliance on coal. But these electricity networks of the future also create big risks. So-called smart grids and smart meters expose the...

    January Brings Changes for UN Security Council
    Jan06

    January Brings Changes for UN Security Council

    UN Secretary-General Anto—nio Guterres with Olof Skoog of Sweden, President of the UN Security Council for the month of January Credit: UN Photo/Rick Bajornas.By Andy Hazel and Lyndal RowlandsUNITED NATIONS, Jan 6 2017 (IPS)Five of the UN Security Council’s 15 seats were filled by new members this week, but a bigger shift in the...

    MFA: Minsk remains a key negotiating platform for Ukraine settlement
    Jan05

    MFA: Minsk remains a key negotiating platform for Ukraine settlement

    Belarus made considerable efforts to promote a peaceful settlement of the crisis in Ukraine and provide the necessary conditions for regular meetings of the trilateral contact group on Ukraine and its working groups, the review reads. …read more Source:...

    Tennis: Raluca Olaru – Olga Savchuk through to WTA Shenzhen doubles finals after opponents’ withdrawal
    Jan05

    Tennis: Raluca Olaru – Olga Savchuk through to WTA Shenzhen doubles finals after opponents’ withdrawal

    The pairing of Romanian Raluca Olaru and Ukrainian Olga Savchuk on Thursday advanced to the finals of the WTA Shenzhen doubles tournament without hitting a shot, after top seeds Raquel Atawo (US) – Yifan Xu (China) withdrew from the competition. …read more Source:...

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