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    Rights activists, EU, US slam Russian trial of Ukrainian pilot
    Mar21

    Rights activists, EU, US slam Russian trial of Ukrainian pilot

    As Russian news agencies prematurely reported that Ukranian pilot Nadiya Savchenko had been found guilty of murder, human rights activists and foreign powers slammed the trial of the 34-year-old, who was captured by pro-Russian rebels nearly two years ago. …read more Source: Radio France...

    Bulgarian Catholics want Pope to visit Bulgaria
    Mar21

    Bulgarian Catholics want Pope to visit Bulgaria

    After meeting with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov in Sofia, Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin said he would send the message of the Catholic community in Bulgaria that they would like the Pope to pay a visit to this country. The only Pope to have visited Bulgaria so far is John Paul II, who arrived in Sofia in 2002....

    Britain Demands Russia End Crimea ‘Land Grab’
    Mar21

    Britain Demands Russia End Crimea ‘Land Grab’

    The takeover by Moscow two years ago is “an act of aggression” that will never be recognised, the British Government says. …read more Source: Sky...

    KVV Liepajas Metalurgs to pay over EUR 800,000 to laid-off employees
    Mar21

    KVV Liepajas Metalurgs to pay over EUR 800,000 to laid-off employees

    Based on the shareholder decision about closing down and conservation of KVV Liepajas Metalurgs metallurgical plant, a personnel audit will be carried out at the company in the next few days to determine the minimum personnel required for infrastructure maintenance during the idle time, and over EUR 800,000 will be paid to the laid-off workers,...

    Ukrainian pilot accused of murdering Russian journalists awaits verdict – video
    Mar21

    Ukrainian pilot accused of murdering Russian journalists awaits verdict – video

    A Russian judge in the trial of Nadazhda Savchenko says the evidence points towards a guilty verdict for the murder of two Russian journalists in east Ukraine. Savchenko is accused of premeditated murder, which the procesution say was motivated by an ethnic hatred of RussiansRussian judge says evidence supports guilty verdict in trial of...

    Landsbergis calls for Lithuania to impose sanctions on Russian officials involved in Savchenko sentencing  – The Baltic Times
    Mar21

    Landsbergis calls for Lithuania to impose sanctions on Russian officials involved in Savchenko sentencing – The Baltic Times

    The leader of the Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats party (Tėvynės sąjunga – Lietuvos krikščionys demokratai, T…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    [Ticker] Russian court says Ukrainian pilot guilty of deaths
    Mar21

    [Ticker] Russian court says Ukrainian pilot guilty of deaths

    A Russian court has judged Ukrainian pilot and national hero Nadyia Savchenko guilty of killing two Russian journalists in a decision likely to lead to a long sentence, Reuters reports. The EU has called six times on Russia to free her, saying she was denied a fair trial. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko found guilty of killing Russian reporters
    Mar21

    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko found guilty of killing Russian reporters

    Savchenko regarded as symbol of anti-Kremlin defiance by many in Ukraine …read more Source: The Irish...

    Protesters rally in support for Savchenko outside Russian Embassy in Riga  – The Baltic Times
    Mar21

    Protesters rally in support for Savchenko outside Russian Embassy in Riga – The Baltic Times

    The morning of Monday March 21, saw 20 protesters gather outside the Russian Embassy in Riga to voice their support for Ukrainian Airforce pilot…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Russian, Ukrainian programmers eager to work in Belarus’ Hi-Tech Park
    Mar21

    Russian, Ukrainian programmers eager to work in Belarus’ Hi-Tech Park

    Apart from that, proposals concerning undergraduate training for European specialists have been submitted. Valery Tsepkalo noted that not many foreign specialists are hired by the Hi-Tech Park. Belarusian companies are primarily interested in investing in specialists from Belarus instead of other countries. …read more Source:...

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