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    3 people killed in eastern Ukraine amid renewed fighting
    Apr24

    3 people killed in eastern Ukraine amid renewed fighting

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    Haunting photographs show the abandoned hospital beds and rotting gas marks in the town devastated by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster 30 years ago 
    Apr24

    Haunting photographs show the abandoned hospital beds and rotting gas marks in the town devastated by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster 30 years ago 

    Pripyat in Ukraine was once a thriving bustling city home to 50,000 workers and their families. But the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 26 April, 1986 changed all that forever. …read more Source: Daily...

    There’s no place like home, even in the Chernobyl disaster zone
    Apr24

    There’s no place like home, even in the Chernobyl disaster zone

    CHERNOBYL, Ukraine (Reuters) – Some people found life away from home so unbearable they decided to return, even when home was the site of the world’s worst nuclear disaster. …read more Source:...

    Economy, crises in focus as Obama heads to Germany
    Apr24

    Economy, crises in focus as Obama heads to Germany

    LONDON (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama is set to visit Hanover, Germany on Sunday to hold talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, one of his closest allies in dealing with a shaky global economy and security crises in the Middle East and Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Why Obama loves the queen more than her country
    Apr23

    Why Obama loves the queen more than her country

    LONDON – At their Friday press conference here, President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron together used the phrase “special relationship” more than a dozen times. At times they cast it in almost romantic terms: Obama professed his “love” for Winston Churchill. Cameron declared his “passion” for the Anglo-American...

    Faster media, fractured government
    Apr23

    Faster media, fractured government

    Ever since Julius Reuter strapped his first market report to a carrier pigeon, reporters of every stripe have lived or died by being first with the facts. Yet in recent years, the news agenda has started to move even more rapidly, to the point where it is whirling faster than ever — part of a wider speeding up of society, driven by technology,...

    How Ukraine Is Dealing With the European Refugee Crisis
    Apr23

    How Ukraine Is Dealing With the European Refugee Crisis

    The refugee center in Yahotyn, a town not far from the Ukrainian capital, was built to house asylum seekers from all over the world. Image from YouTube. From “health hazards” to “an opportunity to boost the national economy”—this is the broad range of speculations Ukrainian politicians are using to explain what can happen when Ukraine opens its...

    Ukraine Vice PM Pavlo Rozenko supports idea for joint military forces with Bulgaria, Romania
    Apr23

    Ukraine Vice PM Pavlo Rozenko supports idea for joint military forces with Bulgaria, Romania

    The Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Rozenko termed the idea for creating a joint military brigade of Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine “very timely and reasonable”, and this country a reliable partner. Asked by the Bulgarian National Radio how he sees Bulgaria’s role in such a brigade Rozenko said Bulgaria had always supported Ukraine and...

    Ukraine Deputy PM Praises Joint Army Brigade Proposal with Bulgaria, Romania
    Apr23

    Ukraine Deputy PM Praises Joint Army Brigade Proposal with Bulgaria, Romania

    Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Pavlo Rozenko has said the idea to set up a joint army brigade with Bulgarian and Romanian forces sa “very timely and right.” In an interview with the Bulgarian National Radio, he has called Bulgaria “a reliable partner”. “Bulgaria has already gone down the road of reform where Ukraine...

    Bulgaria’s Socialists Strike Cooperation Deal with Russian Opposition
    Apr23

    Bulgaria’s Socialists Strike Cooperation Deal with Russian Opposition

    Bulgaria’s biggest opposition party BSP on Friday signed an agreement to cooperate with A Just Russia (Spravedlivaya Rossiya), a left-wing party. Mihail Mikov, the head of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) is on a visit to Moscow with a party delegation earlier this week and is attending Spravedlivaya Rossiya’s April 22-23 congress....

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