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    This is what Russia poisoning did to me: Former Ukrainian president describes horrifying attack that left him disfigured
    Apr02

    This is what Russia poisoning did to me: Former Ukrainian president describes horrifying attack that left him disfigured

    Viktor Yushchenko’s face was severely disfigured after he was poisoned when running against a Russian candidate during the presidential election …read more Source:...

    #DiplomaticCentennial Ambassador Brankovic: Excellent level of Romanian-Serbian political relations very hard to achieve at economic level
    Apr02

    #DiplomaticCentennial Ambassador Brankovic: Excellent level of Romanian-Serbian political relations very hard to achieve at economic level

    Romania and Serbia strive to get, in terms of economic relations, at the same “excellent level” of the political relations, but this target is “very hard to achieve,” Ambassador of Serbia to Romania and the Republic of Moldova Branko Brankovic said in an interview to AGERPRES. “The economic relations are good, but...

    Former Ukrainian president Viktor Yushchenko slams Russia’s ‘medieval policies’ while describing horrifying effects of his poisoning in 2004
    Apr02

    Former Ukrainian president Viktor Yushchenko slams Russia’s ‘medieval policies’ while describing horrifying effects of his poisoning in 2004

    Viktor Yushchenko’s face was severely disfigured after he was poisoned when running against a Russian candidate during the presidential election …read more Source:...

    How the Great War could reign on Trump’s parade
    Apr02

    How the Great War could reign on Trump’s parade

    Many of President Donald Trump’s critics fear he will start World War III. But he may bring good news for devotees of World War I. This coming Veterans Day, the weekend selected for Trump’s $30 million military parade, is also the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the First World War on November 11, 1918. That’s the...

    How the Great War could reign on Trump’s parade
    Apr02

    How the Great War could reign on Trump’s parade

    Many of President Donald Trump’s critics fear he will start World War III. But he may bring good news for devotees of World War I. This coming Veterans Day, the weekend selected for Trump’s $30 million military parade, is also the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the First World War on November 11, 1918. That’s the...

    Former Ukrainian president speaks out about being poisoned
    Apr02

    Former Ukrainian president speaks out about being poisoned

    Ukraine’s former president Viktor Yushchenko says he hopes Europe will wake up to the threat posed by Russia in the wake of the poisonings in Salisbury. …read more Source:...

    News in Digest: 21st century champions of solidarity
    Mar31

    News in Digest: 21st century champions of solidarity

    Few words embody the indomitability of the human spirit as effectively as solidarity. From Polish shipyard unions to freedom fighters, its essence underpinned many of the 20th century’s greatest triumphs over adversity. Fast-forward to 2018 and the movement’s new posterboy is Danish PM Lars Løkke Rasmussen, who has been dishing out...

    Feature: Ruussaar in Eastern Ukraine, Part 4 | Corruption
    Mar31

    Feature: Ruussaar in Eastern Ukraine, Part 4 | Corruption

    ERR’s Ainar Ruussaar traveled to Eastern Ukraine in February this year as part of a training program for local journalists. In the fourth and last article of his series, Ruussaar talks about an aspect of Ukrainian life that has decisively affected the country’s fate as well as its reputation: corruption. …read more Source:...

    Russia to Expel 60 U.S. Diplomats; Tensions Are Worst in Decades
    Mar30

    Russia to Expel 60 U.S. Diplomats; Tensions Are Worst in Decades

    Russia on Thursday escalated a confrontation with Europe and the United States over the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain, saying it would expel 60 American diplomats and an unspecified number of envoys from other countries to retaliate for a mass expulsion of Russian diplomats working in the West and beyond that was ordered this week....

    Inside the lobbying campaign that caught Mueller’s attention
    Mar30

    Inside the lobbying campaign that caught Mueller’s attention

    The lobbyists hired by Paul Manafort launched a lobbying blitz barely a week after the Senate began weighing a resolution to publicly condemn the man who was effectively their client, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, for throwing a political opponent in jail. A lobbyist for one prominent Washington firm, the Podesta Group, emailed the staff...

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