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    TVP to sublicense Euro 2016 from Polsat
    Apr27

    TVP to sublicense Euro 2016 from Polsat

    Polish public broadcaster Telewizja Polska (TVP) has obtained a sublicense for 11 games from this summer’s Uefa European Championship from Polsat. The value of the contract is unknown. Under the agreement, TVP will broadcast all three group-stage matches of the Polish national team (with Northern Ireland, Germany and Ukraine), the opening...

    Food Photographer of the Year 2016 in pictures
    Apr27

    Food Photographer of the Year 2016 in pictures

    Primary Image Gallery Image Pre Title SAY CHEESE Subtitle …read more Source: The...

    5 civilians killed on front line in eastern Ukraine
    Apr27

    5 civilians killed on front line in eastern Ukraine

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    U.S. diplomat Nuland says optimistic about Ukraine reforms
    Apr27

    U.S. diplomat Nuland says optimistic about Ukraine reforms

    KIEV (Reuters) – U.S Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland said on Wednesday she was encouraged by signs of commitment to reforms from a new government in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    ‘Four civilians killed’ in east Ukraine
    Apr27

    ‘Four civilians killed’ in east Ukraine

    Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine say at least four civilians, including a pregnant woman, were killed in a shelling – an attack army chiefs deny. …read more Source:...

    Shakhtar’s Darijo Srna: ‘We have lost our homes, our stadium and our fans’
    Apr27

    Shakhtar’s Darijo Srna: ‘We have lost our homes, our stadium and our fans’

    Ukrainian club play Sevilla in Europa League semi-finals two years after Russian separatists forced them 700 miles away from their home city“I remember my last day in Donetsk,” says Darijo Srna, the captain of Shakhtar, a football club in exile. “It was 16 May 2014. We were told we had to leave quickly. I didn’t take anything from my home....

    Crimean Tatar assembly outlawed in Russia-land-grabbed Crimea
    Apr27

    Crimean Tatar assembly outlawed in Russia-land-grabbed Crimea

    A court in Crimea, the Ukrainian peninsula, which was annexed by Russia in 2014, has on April 26 outlawed the Crimean Tatar Mejlis, the assembly of Tatar community leaders. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Most brutal tyrants in history (photos)
    Apr27

    Most brutal tyrants in history (photos)

    As the saying goes ‘One man’s hero is another man’s tyrant’. No matter what we believe about the validity or virtues of a political agenda, there is no doubt that some leaders did not hold back in brute force when trying to achieve their goals. Here is a brief list of the most ruthless leaders of all time. You could probably add...

    Angry 8: Inside Germany’s far-right AfD
    Apr27

    Angry 8: Inside Germany’s far-right AfD

    BERLIN — The far-right Alternative for Germany has turned German politics on its head, but leadership squabbles threaten to derail the party’s rapid rise. Founded in 2013 as a protest party calling for the abolition of the euro and an end to bailouts given to EU members, it has developed into a far-right force to be reckoned with and now...

    Chernobyl disaster hero, scientist Giorgii Lysychenko, got prostate cancer from radiation
    Apr27

    Chernobyl disaster hero, scientist Giorgii Lysychenko, got prostate cancer from radiation

    Nuclear scientist Giorgii Lysychenko joined 600,000 military men and women to clean up the radioactive debris following the explosion of the Ukrainian power plant on April 26 1986. …read more Source: Daily...

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