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    Bulgaria Marks 138th Anniversary of Liberation from Ottoman Rule
    Mar03

    Bulgaria Marks 138th Anniversary of Liberation from Ottoman Rule

    Bulgaria marks on March 3 its National Holiday, the anniversary of its liberation from Ottoman rule. 138 years ago, in a tiny town near Istanbul named San Stefano, a peace treaty was signed bringing Bulgaria back to the political map. The treaty was a result of the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878, known in Bulgaria as the Liberation War. Russia...

    Ukraine accuses rebels of using large-calibre weapon Grad
    Mar03

    Ukraine accuses rebels of using large-calibre weapon Grad

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    Kremlin regrets U.S. decision to extend sanctions on Russia
    Mar03

    Kremlin regrets U.S. decision to extend sanctions on Russia

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia regrets that the United States decided to extend sanctions on Russia over its role in the Ukraine crisis, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    EU extends sanctions on Putin ‘cronies’
    Mar03

    EU extends sanctions on Putin ‘cronies’

    EU states have decided to extend the life of blacklists of Russians and Ukrainians deemed responsible for the Ukraine conflict or for plundering Ukraine’s treasury. …read more Source:...

    Obama extends anti-Russian sanctions imposed over Ukraine for one more year
    Mar03

    Obama extends anti-Russian sanctions imposed over Ukraine for one more year

    US President Barack Obama has extended sanctions imposed on Russia over developments in Ukraine for one more year, the White House said on Wednesday, TASS reports. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    Latvian MFA: Ukraine must persist with reforms
    Mar03

    Latvian MFA: Ukraine must persist with reforms

    The international community must continue to call upon Ukraine’s political elite to persist in the reform process, which is already underway despite the internal challenges, Zanda Kalnina-Lukasevica (Unity), the Latvian Foreign Ministry’s Parliamentary Secretary, said during the meeting with a delegation from the Romanian parliament,...

    Bulgaria Marks Anniversary Since Liberation of Ottoman Rule
    Mar03

    Bulgaria Marks Anniversary Since Liberation of Ottoman Rule

    Bulgaria marks on March 03 its National Holiday, the anniversary of its liberation from Ottoman rule. 138 years ago, in a tiny town near Istanbul named San Stefano, a peace treaty was signed bringing Bulgaria back to the political map. The treaty was a result of the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878, known in Bulgaria as the Liberation War. Russia...

    The Liberation of Bulgaria and the role of media
    Mar03

    The Liberation of Bulgaria and the role of media

    The Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878 was different from other military clashes of the two empires. Regardless of Russia’s strategic goals, the war was declared as a war in protection of Christianity. „All of our loyal citizens are aware of the empathy with which we have always treated the fate of the oppressed Christian population of Turkey....

    Gulag Archipelago by Vladimir Putin
    Mar03

    Gulag Archipelago by Vladimir Putin

    KUCHINO, Russia — Secrets were forbidden in camp Perm-36. Guards searched everywhere for them, even in prisoners’ eyes, ears and teeth. Ukrainian poet Vasyl Stus, imprisoned in the Soviet Gulag system for almost half his life, managed to keep his scribbled on pieces of paper and hidden in the crevices of his cell. They were later smuggled...

    Ukraine pilot to address Russian court
    Mar03

    Ukraine pilot to address Russian court

    A Ukrainian helicopter pilot, accused of involvement in the killing of two Russian journalists, is due to make her final address to a Russian court. …read more Source:...

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