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    Syrian war rebulilding old walls | Il Sole 24 Ore – Italy
    Oct09

    Syrian war rebulilding old walls | Il Sole 24 Ore – Italy

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    Ukraine leader says he hopes ‘fragile truce’ will hold
    Oct09

    Ukraine leader says he hopes ‘fragile truce’ will hold

    ASTANA (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko struck a conciliatory tone on Friday in his comments on Russia and Moscow-backed rebels during his visit to Kazakhstan, the Kremlin’s ally in Central Asia. …read more Source:...

    Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet wins Nobel peace prize
    Oct09

    Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet wins Nobel peace prize

    The Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet has won the Nobel Peace Prize for its contribution to democracy in the wake of the country’s “Jasmine Revolution” in 2011, the Nobel Committee in Oslo announced Friday. “The Norwegian Nobel Committee hopes this year’s prize will contribute towards safeguarding democracy in Tunisia,” said Kaci...

    Macedonia to play the Ukraine in Euro qualifiers
    Oct09

    Macedonia to play the Ukraine in Euro qualifiers

    Macedonia plays against the Ukraine in the Euro 2016 qualifiers on Friday, in an attempt to avoid being last in Group C. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    UK commits to long-term troop deployment in Baltic states
    Oct09

    UK commits to long-term troop deployment in Baltic states

    Description British troops prepare for military exercises with other Nato members in Ukraine Credits Sean Gallup/Getty Images Alt Text British troops Move ‘likely to raise hackles’ in Moscow, which has accused Nato of trying to militarise border territories …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine urges donors to double commitment
    Oct09

    Ukraine urges donors to double commitment

    Kiev is not prepared to offer Russia ‘special deal’ over a $3bn bond maturing in December …read more Source: Financial...

    Four Bulgarians Added to Ukraine’s Street Names ‘Blacklist’
    Oct09

    Four Bulgarians Added to Ukraine’s Street Names ‘Blacklist’

    Ukrainian authorities have moved to ban the use of names of 520 Bolsheviks from the Soviet Union and famous Communist figures as part of its “de-communization” law.Regions or toponyms in Ukraine cannot be named after those people anymore, according to a statement by the country’s national memory institute [UA]. Four Bulgarians...

    The art of protest in Putin’s Russia
    Oct09

    The art of protest in Putin’s Russia

    ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — The masked men, one of whom was waving the Ukrainian flag, beat out a defiant rhythm on large sheets of corrugated metal, while black, acrid smoke from a nearby stack of burning tires drifted steadily into the early morning sky. This chaotic scene took place in February, 2014, and would have been a typical picture at...

    Writer uses Nobel victory speech to condemn Kremlin over Ukraine
    Oct08

    Writer uses Nobel victory speech to condemn Kremlin over Ukraine

    A Belarussian writer spoke out against Russia’s “invasion” of Ukraine yesterday after winning the Nobel prize for literature for her depictions… …read more Source: The...

    A Nobel beacon for Belarus
    Oct08

    A Nobel beacon for Belarus

    BERLIN — For the world of literature, this year’s decision by the Nobel prize committee must be a bit of a surprise. After all, the short list was packed with heavyweights including Haruki Murakami, Philip Roth and Joyce Carol Oates. Yet it was the much less widely known Svetlana Alexievich from Belarus who carried the day for “her...

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