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    Russian Embassy criticises Mikser’s support of MH17 report
    May29

    Russian Embassy criticises Mikser’s support of MH17 report

    The Russian Embassy in Tallinn on Tuesday criticized Minister of Foreign Affairs Sven Mikser (SDE), who recently stated that the international investigative committee report regarding the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH17) above Eastern Ukraine in 2014 was clear evidence that the Russian Armed Forces were directly involved in the...

    SNP MP mounts more pressure on Alex Salmond to quit RT show
    May29

    SNP MP mounts more pressure on Alex Salmond to quit RT show

    The SNP’s defence spokesman Stewart McDonald has called for greater engagement in Europe’s “forgotten war” in Ukraine – and warned his own party to be wary of the “dangerous instrument” of Russian propaganda. …read more Source: The...

    Premier League transfer news: Kylian Mbappe, Riyad Mahrez, Christian Eriksen
    May29

    Premier League transfer news: Kylian Mbappe, Riyad Mahrez, Christian Eriksen

    Description Kylian Mbappe played for France in the 2-0 win against Ireland last night Credits Franck Fife/AFP/Getty Images Alt Text Man City transfer news Kylian Mbappe PSG Champions Manchester City are close to sealing a deal for Mahrez and could also move for Mbappe …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine president hopes to launch anti-corruption court in July
    May29

    Ukraine president hopes to launch anti-corruption court in July

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko hopes Ukraine can start setting up a special anti-corruption court in July after parliament passes necessary legislation, he told reporters on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Canada’s Conservatives urge arms delivery to Ukraine: report
    May29

    Canada’s Conservatives urge arms delivery to Ukraine: report

    Canada’s Conservatives have called on the country’s government to give Ukraine weaponry originally destined for Kurdish forces in Iraq, according to a report. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Vitali Klitschko: ‘It’s much easier to be heavyweight champion than to be mayor’
    May29

    Vitali Klitschko: ‘It’s much easier to be heavyweight champion than to be mayor’

    The Kiev mayor was one of the most dominant fighters of his era, and he says sport gave him skills he uses every day in his new careerBefore he became one of boxing’s most dominant heavyweight champions and even longer before he entered the decidedly more treacherous arena of Ukrainian politics, a teenage Vitali Klitschko led tourists...

    Romania inches up for competitiveness among 63 economies
    May29

    Romania inches up for competitiveness among 63 economies

    Romania went up one place in the competitiveness ranking by the International Institute for Management Development (IMD). The country currently ranks 49th out of 63 economies, while its neighbors Hungary and Bulgaria rank 47th and 48th, respectively. Romania fares better than the Slovak Republic, Greece, Croatia and Ukraine. The USA leads the...

    Man Utd transfer news: Red Devils plan ‘eye-watering’ bid for Gareth Bale
    May29

    Man Utd transfer news: Red Devils plan ‘eye-watering’ bid for Gareth Bale

    Description Gareth Bale scored twice for Real Madrid in the Champions League final win against Liverpool Credits Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images Alt Text Man Utd transfer news Gareth Bale Real Madrid Welsh star will discuss Real Madrid future after his Champions League final heroics against Liverpool …read more Source: The...

    Polish FM to chair UN Security Council briefing on Ukraine
    May29

    Polish FM to chair UN Security Council briefing on Ukraine

    Poland’s Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz was on Tuesday set to preside over a UN Security Council briefing on developments in Ukraine. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Report: A quarter of Polish companies is willing to pay Ukrainian workers more than Poles
    May28

    Report: A quarter of Polish companies is willing to pay Ukrainian workers more than Poles

    As many as 25 percent of Polish companies are willing to pay more for potential workers from Ukraine rather than Poles, according to the latest report by Personnel Service. The time when Ukrainians were paid less is long gone. The demand for staff from the East is growing rapidly, so employers must offer them attractive conditions. Very… This...

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