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    World’s cartoonists on this week’s news
    Feb19

    World’s cartoonists on this week’s news

    The cartoon takes on the week’s news. First published on Caglecartoons.com, The Netherlands, February 18, 2016. | By Tom Janssen. First published in Der Standard, Austria, February 18, 2016. | By Oliver Schopf. “I come full of good intentions.” Drawn for POLITICO.eu and L’Vif L’Express. | By Nicolas Vadot. “And as the girl stood...

    Leicester could be biggest winners in FA Cup fifth round
    Feb19

    Leicester could be biggest winners in FA Cup fifth round

    Description Credits Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images Premier League leaders will be hoping Arsenal, Tottenham and Man City face replays as they put their feet up this weekend Preview Friday, February 19, 2016 – 1:53pm …read more Source: The...

    Russia hopes Ukrainian truck ban will end on Saturday: agencies
    Feb19

    Russia hopes Ukrainian truck ban will end on Saturday: agencies

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Russian transport ministry hopes that a Ukrainian ban on Russian trucks will end on Saturday and has made an offer to resolve a dispute over the issue, local agencies quoted the ministry as saying on Friday. …read more Source:...

    National Front seeks Russian cash for election fight
    Feb19

    National Front seeks Russian cash for election fight

    Marine Le Pen’s National Front asked Russia for a €27 million loan to help it fight presidential and parliamentary elections in 2017, the party’s treasurer said. The French far-right party is notoriously strapped for cash as French banks refuse to lend it money, Wallerand de Saint-Just, the National Front’s treasurer, said. “The...

    Anti-Reform Camp Wins, Analytical Papers – Ostrogorski Centre Digest
    Feb19

    Anti-Reform Camp Wins, Analytical Papers – Ostrogorski Centre Digest

    In February Ostrogorski Centre (OC) analysts commented on the lifting of EU sanctions, Belarus’ new military doctrine and the economic challenges the Belarusian government is facing amid the deepest crisis since 1990s. As the repercussions of the continuing economic crisis become more obvious for both the authorities and the population, the...

    Anti-Reform Camp Wins, Energy Dependence, Grants For Analytical Papers – Ostrogorski Centre Digest
    Feb19

    Anti-Reform Camp Wins, Energy Dependence, Grants For Analytical Papers – Ostrogorski Centre Digest

    In February Ostrogorski Centre (OC) analysts commented on the lifting of EU sanctions, Belarus’ new military doctrine and the economic challenges the Belarusian government is facing amid the deepest crisis since 1990s. read more …read more Source: Belarus...

    [Ticker] Iran bank wins ruling against EU sanctions
    Feb19

    [Ticker] Iran bank wins ruling against EU sanctions

    The European Court of Justice ruled Thursday that the EU unfairly froze the funds of Iran’s Bank Mellat for six years when it claimed the bank was backing the Islamic Republic’s nuclear programme. The EU lifted the freeze in January as part of an international agreement with Iran. …read more Source:...

    Putin’s Syria campaign has drawn US focus back to Europe, says Polish official
    Feb19

    Putin’s Syria campaign has drawn US focus back to Europe, says Polish official

    Adviser to the Polish president says US realises ‘pivot to Asia’ was a mistake as he urged west to be alert to Russian expansionVladimir Putin’s new geopolitical ambitions have led the US to realise it made a strategic mistake turning away from Europe and making a pivot to Asia, the foreign affairs adviser to the Polish president has...

    Orbán ready to defend Balkan borders
    Feb19

    Orbán ready to defend Balkan borders

    The European Union has so far failed in its management of the migration crisis because it has failed to protect the Schengen Area’s external borders, which is why the bloc is in need of a second line of defence, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Prague on Monday after a Visegrád Four (V4) summit on migration. Orbán reiterated...

    Ukraine conflict affects over half a million children, says UNICEF
    Feb19

    Ukraine conflict affects over half a million children, says UNICEF

    At least 215,000 children have been internally displaced and many more psychologically affected by fighting in Ukraine. UNICEF has called for “unhindered access” to help those affected. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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