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    Danish People’s Party wants EU referendum too
    Apr25

    Danish People’s Party wants EU referendum too

    Denmark should follow the Brits and hold a referendum on membership of the European Union, the leader of the far-right Danish People’s Party said Monday. Kristian Thulesen Dahl wrote on his website that Denmark should try to win similar concessions from the EU if the U.K. votes to stay within the EU in the June 23 referendum. If the Danish...

    Belavia adds fifth daily flight to Kiev
    Apr25

    Belavia adds fifth daily flight to Kiev

    From 25 April to 29 October 2016 the Belarusian air company will operate the third flight to the international airport Kiev (Zhulyany). Thus, Belavia will fly to Kiev five times per day …read more Source:...

    BBC: Sunday Express wrong to say film claims MH17 was downed by Ukraine
    Apr25

    BBC: Sunday Express wrong to say film claims MH17 was downed by Ukraine

    Corporation accuses paper of ‘misrepresenting’ forthcoming documentaryThe BBC has criticised the Sunday Express for its claiming a forthcoming BBC2 documentary will say that Malaysian Airlines MH17 was shot down by a Ukrainian jet.The Sunday Express ran an article headlined “Shock claim: Ukrainian fighter jet shot down Malaysia...

    Belarus ready to share its experience in dealing with nuclear accident
    Apr25

    Belarus ready to share its experience in dealing with nuclear accident

    Belarus, Russia, Ukraine and the UN institutions have accumulated unique knowledge and experience in mitigating the consequences of a radiation accident, and developed good practices to ensure the transition from recovery to development. …read more Source:...

    Obama says Russia sanctions must stay in place until Minsk implemented
    Apr25

    Obama says Russia sanctions must stay in place until Minsk implemented

    HANOVER, Germany (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama said on Monday that the West needed to uphold the sanctions it has imposed against Russia over the Ukraine crisis until Moscow fully implements the so-called Minsk peace agreement. …read more Source:...

    Was MH17 shot down by a Ukrainian fighter jet?
    Apr25

    Was MH17 shot down by a Ukrainian fighter jet?

    New evidence suggests that the downing of the Malaysian Airlines plane MH17 in July 2014 was caused by a shot from a Ukrainian fighter jet rather than a ground-to-air missile. …read more Source: Daily...

    A new “union” is born: the need for a “unified” security policy among EU-28
    Apr25

    A new “union” is born: the need for a “unified” security policy among EU-28

    The Commission prepared a package of legal drafts concerning the most pressing challenges the EU as a whole presently faces, i.e. security, migration and Ukraine. First of all, the package aims at more coordinated and more “unified” security policy: in Commission’s words, “we need to move towards a genuine and effective Security Union”....

    5 takeaways from the Serbian election
    Apr25

    5 takeaways from the Serbian election

    BELGRADE — The gamble of former ultranationalist turned pro-EU Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić paid off — calling a snap election two years early saw him return to power with another landslide. But now that he’s won a four-year mandate, Vučić has to prepare Serbia for EU membership. While Vučić insists he is committed to reform and...

    Obama’s Hanover talks unlikely to yield new line on vexed issues
    Apr25

    Obama’s Hanover talks unlikely to yield new line on vexed issues

    US president expected to discuss Syria, Isis, the refugee crisis and Libya with French, German, Italian and British leadersAfter two days spent wandering the Alice Through the Looking Glass land of Brexit, Shakespearean make-believe and magical Windsor Castle mystery tours, Barack Obama gets back to the real world on Monday at a summit in Hanover...

    Germany’s Merkel says truce in eastern Ukraine not being respected
    Apr24

    Germany’s Merkel says truce in eastern Ukraine not being respected

    HANOVER, Germany (Reuters) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Sunday that a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine was not stable, adding that she and U.S. President Barack Obama had discussed ways to ensure the Minsk peace deal is implemented. …read more Source:...

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