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    DW: Bulgaria Expects a Busy Summer
    Jul13

    DW: Bulgaria Expects a Busy Summer

    n the resort of Slanchev Bryag, known internationally as Sunny Beach, tourism is booming. Because of the risk of terrorism in travel destinations such as Turkey and Egypt, Bulgaria has established itself as an alternative option, says Deusche Welle. Regular customers value the cost-effectiveness of its package holidays and its beaches with their...

    Trump: I wish I asked Putin, ‘Were you actually supporting me?’
    Jul13

    Trump: I wish I asked Putin, ‘Were you actually supporting me?’

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he pressed Russian President Vladimir Putin multiple times during their meeting last week on the Kremlin’s efforts to interfere in last year’s presidential election. But there’s one question Trump did not ask of his Russian counterpart...

    Czech experts share their know-how in civilian missions the world over
    Jul13

    Czech experts share their know-how in civilian missions the world over

    You’ll find them in Kosovo, Ukraine, Afghanistan or Iraq – Czech experts have been involved in civilian missions the world over for 15 years now. They help in war-torn countries and countries struggling to make a transition to democracy as the Czechs themselves did more than 25 years ago. The Czech Foreign Ministry recently organized a...

    The US Accused Ukraine in Organised Activities Against Trump
    Jul13

    The US Accused Ukraine in Organised Activities Against Trump

    An intriguing situation has occurred in Washington. The States accused Ukraine of organized actions against the US president. The White House directly accused the Kiev authorities and the Democratic Party of America of a conspiracy whose aim was to prevent Donald Trump from winning the presidential election last year. “I believe that if...

    Nemtsov’s murderer gets 20 years from Russian court
    Jul13

    Nemtsov’s murderer gets 20 years from Russian court

    A Russian court sentenced a man convicted of murdering opposition leader Boris Nemtsov to 20 years in jail on Thursday and handed terms of between 11 and 19 years to four other men convicted of being his accomplices. Nemtsov, one of President Vladimir Putin’s most vocal critics, was murdered in 2015 as he walked across a bridge near the...

    Belarus MFA: No official notification from Ukraine on biometric border control
    Jul13

    Belarus MFA: No official notification from Ukraine on biometric border control

    Let us wait for official information from the Ukrainian side and, if this happens, then start being concerned. As of today, we have received no official notification. Therefore, I believe it is premature to give any comments, Dmitry Mironchik said. …read more Source:...

    Minnesota man, 98, wanted for Nazi war crimes in Poland but son decries ‘charade’
    Jul13

    Minnesota man, 98, wanted for Nazi war crimes in Poland but son decries ‘charade’

    Michael Karkoc is sought by Polish authorities over the massacre of 44 civilians in 1944, but his son Andriy tells the Guardian his father is entirely innocentAs the history of Nazi hunting approaches its inevitable end, it could seem anticlimactic that one of its final chapters concerns a 98-year-old resident of an assisted living facility in a...

    Ukrainian arms inspectors to conduct observation flight over Lithuania  – The Baltic Times
    Jul13

    Ukrainian arms inspectors to conduct observation flight over Lithuania – The Baltic Times

    VILNIUS – Ukrainian arms control inspectors will carry out an observation flight over Lithuania on Wednesday and Thursday, the Defense Ministry …… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Exclusive: Russia appears to deliver more turbines to Crimea – Reuters witnesses
    Jul13

    Exclusive: Russia appears to deliver more turbines to Crimea – Reuters witnesses

    FEODOSIA, Crimea (Reuters) – Two more gas turbines appear to have been delivered to Russian-controlled Crimea, according to two Reuters reporters who saw the equipment at the port of Feodosia, potentially deepening a row over sanctions compliance in which Germany’s Siemens has become embroiled. …read more Source:...

    In Trieste, modest expectations for Western Balkan integration
    Jul13

    In Trieste, modest expectations for Western Balkan integration

    TRIESTE, Italy — The European Union was hoping to get a firm grip on the Western Balkans at a summit Wednesday, but all it got was a limp handshake. “We need to re-found Europe,†French President Emmanuel Macron said at a press conference at the Western Balkans Summit, which he attended alongside German...

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