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    Hungary would veto EU’s sanctions against Poland – PM
    Jan08

    Hungary would veto EU’s sanctions against Poland – PM

    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has announced that his country would veto any possible EU sanctions against Poland.”The European Union should not think about applying any sort of sanctions against Poland, because that would require full unanimity and Hungary will never support any sort of sanctions against Poland,” Orban said,...

    Dutch PM to campaign for Yes in EU-Ukraine referendum
    Jan08

    Dutch PM to campaign for Yes in EU-Ukraine referendum

    The Dutch government plans to campaign for a Yes in an upcoming referendum on the EU-Ukraine free-trade agreement. …read more Source:...

    Hungary PM flags veto of any EU sanctions against Poland
    Jan08

    Hungary PM flags veto of any EU sanctions against Poland

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Friday flagged a veto on any possible European Union sanctions against Poland, a strong regional ally, following a recent meeting with the head of Poland’s ruling party. …read more Source:...

    Merkel sees progress on Ukraine crisis in ‘Normandy format’ over next months
    Jan07

    Merkel sees progress on Ukraine crisis in ‘Normandy format’ over next months

    MAGDEBURG, Germany (Reuters) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday she believes there will be progress in the “Normandy format” negotiations on the Ukraine crisis over the next few months. …read more Source:...

    ‘We caved’
    Jan07

    ‘We caved’

    On a late July day this past summer, a roar filled the sky over Cairo. It was the sound of Barack Obama’s capitulation to a dictator. Eight new American fighter jets, freshly delivered from Washington, swooped low over the city, F-16s flying in formation. As they banked hard over the city’s center, they trailed plumes of red, white...

    Google translation error turns ‘Russia’ into ‘Mordor’
    Jan07

    Google translation error turns ‘Russia’ into ‘Mordor’

    Google says it has fixed a bug in its translation software that converted “Russian Federation” into “Mordor,” a fictional region in the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy that has the nickname “Land of Shadow” and is home to the evil Sauron. The automated translation tool also turned “Russians” into “occupiers” while “Sergei Lavrov” — Russia’s...

    Lithuania has collected over USD 21,000 to help Ukrainian army
    Jan07

    Lithuania has collected over USD 21,000 to help Ukrainian army

    The Lithuania Riflemen’s Union has purchased several pieces of medical equipment and its members are taking them to the frontline of Ukraine’s Donbas region The post Lithuania has collected over USD 21,000 to help Ukrainian army appeared first on The Baltic Review. …read more Source: Baltic...

    Ian Bremmer laments weakening of US-Europe alliance | El País – Spain
    Jan07

    Ian Bremmer laments weakening of US-Europe alliance | El País – Spain

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    Ex-Head of Bulgaria’s DPS Party Determined to Stay in Politics
    Jan07

    Ex-Head of Bulgaria’s DPS Party Determined to Stay in Politics

    Lyutvi Mestan, the former head of Bulgaria’s second-largest opposition party DPS, vowed to stay in politics despite recent developments. Speaking at a press conference with his wife and with lawmakers who quit the DPS’s group in Parliament, saying they would “follow him”, he asserted he had done to change the party’s...

    Netflix Available in Bulgaria as Part of Expansion Around the World
    Jan07

    Netflix Available in Bulgaria as Part of Expansion Around the World

    Bulgaria is one of the 130 countries to which video streamer Netflix surprisingly announced on Wednesday it is expanding, its newly published list shows.Netflix co-founder and CEO Reed Hastings is quoted as saying at CES 2016, an international technology event, that the company is now bringing about “a new global TV network”.Another...

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