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    Belarus leads in ICT development among post-Soviet countries
    Nov23

    Belarus leads in ICT development among post-Soviet countries

    According to the ITU report, Russia goes 43rd in the ICT Development Index out of 175 countries, Kazakhstan – 52nd , Azerbaijan – 55th, Armenia – 71st, Moldova – 68th, Georgia – 72nd, Ukraine – 76th. Uzbekistan is 110th and Kyrgyzstan is 113th. …read more Source:...

    For EU, Poland is not yet lost
    Nov23

    For EU, Poland is not yet lost

    GDAŃSK, Poland — Poland’s de facto ruler, Jarosław Kaczyński, is betting he can get away with emasculating his country’s constitutional court without incurring European Union sanctions. To be sure, things are looking up for the conservative nationalist. Under President Barack Obama, the United States joined the EU in criticizing the...

    Ukraine detains two Russian soldiers near Crimean border
    Nov22

    Ukraine detains two Russian soldiers near Crimean border

    …read more Source: The...

    Bulgaria needs programmers from third countries to fill deficit in IT sector
    Nov22

    Bulgaria needs programmers from third countries to fill deficit in IT sector

    A study by the Bulgarian Outsourcing Association shows that in 2020 companies working in the IT industry in Bulgaria will be generating 6% of the gross domestic product of this country, making this sector one of the leading ones in Bulgarian economy. This was what chairman of the association, Stefan Bumov, said in Plovdiv where a business forum...

    Far-right Ukrainians viciously ransack Russian bank
    Nov22

    Far-right Ukrainians viciously ransack Russian bank

    …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine teacher ‘tried to sell girl aged 13 for $10,000’
    Nov22

    Ukraine teacher ‘tried to sell girl aged 13 for $10,000’

    Police in eastern Ukraine arrest a teacher accused of trying to sell a young girl for $10,000. …read more Source:...

    Russia says detention of its soldiers near Crimea was ‘provocation’
    Nov22

    Russia says detention of its soldiers near Crimea was ‘provocation’

    MINSK (Reuters) – Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday that Ukraine’s detention of two Russian soldiers near the border with Crimea was “a provocation.” …read more Source:...

    Ukraine detains Russian soldiers on Crimea border
    Nov22

    Ukraine detains Russian soldiers on Crimea border

    Russia claims the two men were abducted from the contested peninsula …read more Source: Financial...

    Just how insecure are we?
    Nov22

    Just how insecure are we?

    Two years ago, incoming European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker had an idea. Over the previous five years he had seen a number of energy supply scares plunging parts of Europe into cold because of gas disputes between Russia and Ukraine. He had seen planned pipelines fall through, a sudden reversal by Germany on nuclear energy and...

    Putin: NATO objects that threaten Russia will be our missiles’ targets
    Nov22

    Putin: NATO objects that threaten Russia will be our missiles’ targets

    Russia is worried by continued expansion of NATO, and it intends to perform counter-measures. This includes marking missile targets that create threats for the country, said Russian President Vladimir Putin in Oliver Stone’s documentary ‘Ukraine in fire’, which aired on REN TV on Monday, 21 November. …read more Source: Baltic...

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