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    Russian Black Sea Pipeline Options ‘Shouldn’t Be Forgotten’ – Deputy PM
    May19

    Russian Black Sea Pipeline Options ‘Shouldn’t Be Forgotten’ – Deputy PM

    Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister has said alternative options to have a Russian pipeline build under the Black Sea should be taken into account.”I am not referring to a continuation of halted South Stream,” Donchev has made clear. South Stream is an abandoned pipeline project that was to carry gas to Central Europe under the Black Sea...

    150 Danish soldiers to be stationed in Estonia to ward off Russian advances
    May19

    150 Danish soldiers to be stationed in Estonia to ward off Russian advances

    Some 150 Danish soldiers will join a British-led coalition of over 6,000 NATO forces in Estonia to halt Russia’s advances in the region, Politiken reports. They will help to deter Russia from continuing its aggressive security policies in the region – the same policies that have recently led to the war in eastern Ukraine and the annexation...

    Ukraine’s Eurovision victory shifts focus from music to politics  – The Baltic Times
    May19

    Ukraine’s Eurovision victory shifts focus from music to politics – The Baltic Times

    As Lithuania increased its foothold in the Eurovision Song Contest with a well deserved 9th position, its artist Donny Montell vowed to come bac…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    In: the case for Europe
    May19

    In: the case for Europe

    David Cameron makes campaign calls for Britain Stronger in Europe, alongside Tessa Powell, Paddy Ashdown and Neil Kinnock (right) ©Stefan Rousseau/AFP/Getty Images The 23rd June referendum on whether the UK will stay in the European Union will be an immense jolt to the country’s politics and economics whatever the result. If British people...

    Confusion on breasts goes beyond Britain
    May18

    Confusion on breasts goes beyond Britain

    Breastfeeding | Taking the blame | BBC recipes | EurovisionIt’s not just the UK that’s been confused about breasts (Opinion, 17 May). I had my third child in Paris in 1984, and ended up on a small beach with on L’Isle-Saint-Denis, sunbathing and topless. I was initially shy; but the other women’s display encouraged me. I...

    Next round of talks on Ukraine in Minsk on 1 June
    May18

    Next round of talks on Ukraine in Minsk on 1 June

    Martin Sajdik said that some positive results were achieved by the talks on 18 May. “I am pleased to tell you that the sides have agreed to support all efforts meant to improve living standards of orphan children and other children, who have been separated from their parents.” …read more Source:...

    VIDEO: Crimean Tatar deportation anniversary bolstered by Eurovision win
    May18

    VIDEO: Crimean Tatar deportation anniversary bolstered by Eurovision win

    BBC Monitoring looks at how a minority Muslim group being forced into exile in 1944 – resulting in thousands of deaths – has been remembered. …read more Source:...

    Considerable decrease in ceasefire violations in Ukraine’s conflict zone
    May18

    Considerable decrease in ceasefire violations in Ukraine’s conflict zone

    Martin Sajdik said: “Since the statement about the full cessation of hostilities was made on 29 April, we have seen at least a considerable decrease in ceasefire violations.” …read more Source:...

    Belarus’ Tsurkin 5th in European Swimming Championships in London
    May18

    Belarus’ Tsurkin 5th in European Swimming Championships in London

    The Belarusian clocked 23.67 seconds in the final. Andriy Govorov of Ukraine claimed gold in 22.92. Silver went to Cseh Laszlo of Hungary (23.31), with Ben Proud of the UK taking bronze in 23.67. …read more Source:...

    Vejonis reproaches Ukrainian investors of KVV Liepajas Metalurgs for resorting to blackmail
    May18

    Vejonis reproaches Ukrainian investors of KVV Liepajas Metalurgs for resorting to blackmail

    By announcing their intention to turn to the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), the Ukrainian investors of the Latvian metallurgy plant KVV Liepajas Metalurgs have resorted to blackmail, Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis said LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

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