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    EU launches ‘rule of law’ probe of Poland
    Jan13

    EU launches ‘rule of law’ probe of Poland

    The European Commission decided Wednesday to launch a preliminary assessment of Poland’s recent clampdown on its Constitutional Tribunal, taking the first step toward possible sanctions of Warsaw for actions that may violate the Union’s democratic principles. Frans Timmermans, the Commission’s first vice president, told...

    Poroshenko: We Will Not Change European Way
    Jan13

    Poroshenko: We Will Not Change European Way

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said that a lot has to be done to make Ukraine a better nation and no one will change this way. …read more Source:...

    Yatseniuk Orders to Expand List of Banned Russian Goods to Ukraine
    Jan13

    Yatseniuk Orders to Expand List of Banned Russian Goods to Ukraine

    Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arsenii Yatseniuk ordered to expand the list of Russian goods that are banned from import to Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    All four working groups on Ukraine in talks in Minsk
    Jan13

    All four working groups on Ukraine in talks in Minsk

    The talks are underway in the working groups on security and on political, economic, and humanitarian affairs. …read more Source:...

    What Obama said about Europe…
    Jan13

    What Obama said about Europe…

    U.S. President Barack Obama delivered his final “State of the Union” address Tuesday night, offering a vigorous defense of his years in office and calling on politicians and the American public to overcome partisanship and fear. But almost as interesting as what he said was what he didn’t say, especially regarding Europe. According to a...

    Coordinators of working groups on Ukraine resume talks in Minsk
    Jan13

    Coordinators of working groups on Ukraine resume talks in Minsk

    The trilateral contact group on Ukraine is also expected to meet in Minsk on 13 January for the first time in 2016. …read more Source:...

    Third-country nationals residing both in Latvia and abroad seek free consultations
    Jan13

    Third-country nationals residing both in Latvia and abroad seek free consultations

    In December, free-of-charge lawyer consultations were most frequently used by citizens of Ukraine, Russia and Pakistan, indicate specialists of the society “Shelter “Safe House””. In total, 94 consultations were provided, 40 of them via phone, and 15 – by using e-mail. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov Proceeds to Quarterfinals in Sydney
    Jan13

    Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov Proceeds to Quarterfinals in Sydney

    The highest ranking Bulgarian male tennis player Grigor Dimitrov proceeded to the quarterfinals of the Apia International tournament which is taking place in Sydney. In a match from the second round on Wednesday, Dimitrov defeated Pablo Cuevas from Uruguay with 7:6 (2), 6:4. Thus the Bulgarian recorded his second victory against Cuevas in their...

    Obama’s vision of the world clashes with TV reality
    Jan13

    Obama’s vision of the world clashes with TV reality

    President Obama portrayed his foreign policy as a level-headed, visionary success on Tuesday night. But that’s an argument he’s made before — and so far, Americans aren’t buying it. Recent polls show that about half of Americans disapprove of Obama’s handling of world affairs, largely thanks to fear over worldwide...

    Ukraine’s political working group to resume talks in Minsk 13 January
    Jan13

    Ukraine’s political working group to resume talks in Minsk 13 January

    The other working groups and the trilateral contact group on Ukraine are also expected to meet on 13 January. …read more Source:...

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