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    Abandoned places – in pictures
    Oct05

    Abandoned places – in pictures

    The French photographer David de Rueda travels the world in search of unusual places. He is captivated by the aesthetic beauty of derelict buildings and teamed up with Nikon to create a striking photo project based on abandoned places in Europe … …read more Source: The...

    Lukashenko: Belarus’ biggest achievements are peace and social tranquility
    Oct05

    Lukashenko: Belarus’ biggest achievements are peace and social tranquility

    “Today the globe is shattered by bloody conflicts. Even our neighbors, fraternal Ukrainians, are involved in the internecine warfare. Dozens of thousands of people run from that war, including to Belarus. Stories of refugees are horrifying,” the head of state noted. …read more Source:...

    Putin promised to ask Ukraine rebels to cancel vote: Poroshenko
    Oct04

    Putin promised to ask Ukraine rebels to cancel vote: Poroshenko

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Sunday Russia’s Vladimir Putin had promised to ask pro-Russian separatists to cancel elections planned in rebel-held territory in defiance of Kiev. …read more Source:...

    Putin promised to use influence in Donbass for progress on Minsk deal: Kremlin
    Oct03

    Putin promised to use influence in Donbass for progress on Minsk deal: Kremlin

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s President Vladimir Putin had promised to use his influence in Ukraine’s eastern Donbass region to ensure progress in the Ukraine conflict’s Minsk peace process, The Kremlin’s spokesman said on Saturday according to Interfax. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria ‘Renouncing Its Air Force,’ RIA Novosti Says
    Oct03

    Bulgaria ‘Renouncing Its Air Force,’ RIA Novosti Says

    Russian agency RIA Novosti has published a piece claiming that Bulgaria is about to renounce its own Air Force and “give its air[space] to NATO.” Bulgaria is dashing its hopes to develop a national security concept, replacing it with the principle: “Who doesn’t fly never falls down,” reads the text [RU], which...

    Bulgaria ‘Renouncing Its Air Force,’ RIA Novosti Opines
    Oct03

    Bulgaria ‘Renouncing Its Air Force,’ RIA Novosti Opines

    Russian agency RIA Novosti has published a piece claiming that Bulgaria is about to renounce its own Air Force and “give its air[space] to NATO.” Bulgaria is dashing its hopes to develop a national security concept, replacing it with the principle: “Who doesn’t fly never falls down,” reads the text [RU], which...

    Ukraine’s pro-Russian rebels say tanks withdrawn
    Oct03

    Ukraine’s pro-Russian rebels say tanks withdrawn

    Rebels have announced they have moved a column of tanks away from the front line in east Ukraine. Both the pro-Kremlin forces and the Ukrainian army agreed to withdraw tanks and light weapons after Paris talks. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine weapons pullout due to begin
    Oct03

    Ukraine weapons pullout due to begin

    Ukraine’s government troops and rebels in the east are expected to start withdrawing light weapons from the line of contact later on Saturday. …read more Source:...

    Paris talks end in Russia-Ukraine ‘truce’
    Oct03

    Paris talks end in Russia-Ukraine ‘truce’

    Russia-Ukraine talks in Paris ended Friday with a deal on rogue elections and weapons pull-backs, in what Ukraine called a new “truce”. …read more Source:...

    Polish nonprofit tries building startup ecosystem
    Oct03

    Polish nonprofit tries building startup ecosystem

    WARSAW — Poland is better known for its vodka than its high-tech startups, but one nonprofit here with backing from Israel is trying to create the next ecosystem for ideas. Since Poland joined the European Union in 2004, an estimated 2 million-plus Poles have left for the higher salaries and better living standards in the West. Not all of them...

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