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    Russia to cut gas supplies to Ukraine, Bulgaria does not expect gas supply disruptions
    Nov24

    Russia to cut gas supplies to Ukraine, Bulgaria does not expect gas supply disruptions

    Russia is to cut the supplies of natural gas to Ukraine on Tuesday or Wednesday, because that country failed to pay a deposit, Russia’s Energy Minister Alexander Novak announced. In relation to that announcement, the Chief Executive Director of Bulgarian Bulgartransgaz Georgi Gegov said he was assured by Minister Alexander Novak that the...

    Russia prepares reprisals against Ukraine over Crimea blackout
    Nov24

    Russia prepares reprisals against Ukraine over Crimea blackout

    MOSCOW/KIEV (Reuters) – Russia said on Tuesday it would cut off gas supplies to Ukraine and threatened to halt coal deliveries, ratcheting up a dispute over a power blackout in Crimea at a time when a ceasefire between Kiev and separatist rebels is fraying. …read more Source:...

    New Ukrainian Police Banned from Using Russian Social Networks
    Nov24

    New Ukrainian Police Banned from Using Russian Social Networks

    No more VK or Odnokklassniki for Ukraine’s patrol police, pictured here on their first day of work in Kyiv in July 2015. Photo by Oleksandr Ratushniak for Demotix. Members of Ukraine’s new patrol police force make frequent appearances on social media—in fact, their penchant for posing for selfies and featuring in testimonials on...

    Defence review: what is Britain’s place in the world?
    Nov24

    Defence review: what is Britain’s place in the world?

    David Cameron (centre) visits the Royal Air Force station RAF Northolt, in west London. © Justin Tallis/PA Wire/Press Association Images Despite some recent evidence to the contrary, the British have a vocation for strategy. We did not outfight Germany twice in the 20th Century; we did, though, make better use of intelligence and industrial...

    ERR in Moscow: Ukraine crisis now secondary, Russia believes
    Nov24

    ERR in Moscow: Ukraine crisis now secondary, Russia believes

    According to Moscow, the question of the Ukraine crisis is now in the background after a string of terror attacks and Russia’s involvement in Syria. …read more Source:...

    Czech police detain almost 7700 illegal foreigners in 2015
    Nov24

    Czech police detain almost 7700 illegal foreigners in 2015

    Prague – The police detained 7697 migrants in the past ten months of 2015, mostly Syrian citizens, followed by Ukrainians, Afghans, Kuwaitis and Iraqis, which is 3773 more than during the same period… …read more Source: České...

    MEP’s visit to Crimea paid for by European Parliament
    Nov24

    MEP’s visit to Crimea paid for by European Parliament

    Latvian Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Tatjana Ždanoka, who controversially attended Crimea as an ‘international observer’ during the 2014 referendum on secession widely condemned by the West, has revealed that the European Parliament (EP) covered her traveling expenses for the trip after all, reported Latvian Radio Tuesday....

    Bulgaria’s Kubrat Pulev to Box Maurice Harris in Hamburg on December 5
    Nov24

    Bulgaria’s Kubrat Pulev to Box Maurice Harris in Hamburg on December 5

    The Bulgarian heavyweight boxer Kubrat Pulev will face Maurice Harris from the US at a Sauerland Event promotion in Hamburg on December 5. In his last bout in October, Pulev defeated the Brazilian George Arias, but did not show an impressive performance. In his professional career, the Bulgarian has recorded 21 victories (eleven of them by...

    Anti-IS alliance could pull Nato apart | Neue Zürcher Zeitung – Switzerland
    Nov24

    Anti-IS alliance could pull Nato apart | Neue Zürcher Zeitung – Switzerland

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    MEP’s visit to Crimea paid for by the European Parliament
    Nov24

    MEP’s visit to Crimea paid for by the European Parliament

    Latvian Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Tatjana Ždanoka, who controversially attended Crimea as an international observer during the 2014 status referendum widely condemned by the West, has revealed that the European Parliament (EP) covered her traveling expenses for the trip after all, reported Latvian Radio Tuesday. …read more...

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