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    European festival to open in Vancouver
    May27

    European festival to open in Vancouver

    Today, the 20th edition of the annual European Festival opens in the Canadian town of Vancouver. More than 30 European countries, including Bulgaria Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, Albania, Armenia, Ukraine, Moldova and Turkey. The festival takes place on 27 and 28 May. The Vancouver European Festival opens with a 45-minute presentation of the...

    Putin, Macron to air tough issues at Versailles meet
    May27

    Putin, Macron to air tough issues at Versailles meet

    France’s new President Emmanuel Macron will hold delicate talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Monday with the two countries harbouring longstanding differences over Ukraine and Syria. …read more Source: The Local...

    Cohn: White House won’t roll back Russia sanctions
    May26

    Cohn: White House won’t roll back Russia sanctions

    The White House will not move to reduce U.S. sanctions on Russia and may even pursue further action against Moscow, top White House adviser Gary Cohn told reporters on Friday, clarifying previous remarks. “We’re not lowering our sanctions on Russia,†said Cohn, Trump’s chief economic adviser and one...

    Trump confirms Europe’s worst fears
    May26

    Trump confirms Europe’s worst fears

    BRATISLAVA — If “hope dies last,†as a favorite German aphorism goes, Europe needs to find a Plan B for dealing with Donald Trump. For months, Europe’s leaders quietly hoped the American president’s bark wasn’t as bad as his bite, that his cartoonish public persona was...

    Edgy Eastern Europe seeks reassurance in Trump’s NATO talk
    May26

    Edgy Eastern Europe seeks reassurance in Trump’s NATO talk

    KIEV — These are worrying times for those members on NATO’s eastern edge, especially for countries such as Ukraine that are dependent on the alliance for support against a newly assertive Russia. And Donald Trump’s comments at this week’s summit in Belgium did little to alleviate their...

    Nato is like a loveless marriage
    May26

    Nato is like a loveless marriage

    Nato is not just about defence, any more than capitalism is just about making money. Donald Trump misunderstands both. His ruthless, zero-sum approach to business is mirrored in his foreign-policy stance, which emboldens America’s enemies and dismays its allies. That is the upshot of his first foreign trip as President, in which he cosied...

    G7 must face down Russia or suffer disaster
    May26

    G7 must face down Russia or suffer disaster

    KIEV — In 1936, when Winston Churchill cautioned that the “era of procrastination” was coming to an end and that the world was entering a “period consequences,” his warning had already gone unheeded for too long. Two years earlier, the British statesman had warned Europe about the impending peril and was dismissed as an alarmist....

    Putin’s words about Slavonic Script unite Bulgarian politicians
    May26

    Putin’s words about Slavonic Script unite Bulgarian politicians

    On May 24, the day of Bulgarian Education, Culture and the Slavonic Script, Bulgarians learned that in Moscow Russian President Vladimir Putin said during a meeting with Macedonian counterpart Gjorge Ivanov that the Slavic script had come to Russia from Macedonian lands. The news provoked a surprise, strong enough for a famous historian to say...

    Juncker: Trump wasn’t aggressive in saying Germany was ‘very bad’
    May26

    Juncker: Trump wasn’t aggressive in saying Germany was ‘very bad’

    TAORMINA, Italy — Jean-Claude Juncker appeared to confirm reports that Donald Trump had complained in private about Germany being “very bad†for selling so many cars to the United States. The European Commission president described a “very frankly constructed meeting†with the U.S. president...

    “Former people” according to State Security classification exist even today
    May26

    “Former people” according to State Security classification exist even today

    The premiere of a new book entitled “Former People according to State Security Classification” brought together hundreds of people who still crave for justice because of the unpunished crimes of communism. The book’s first print run has been sold out for just a week. “Former people” was a label put on industrialists, clerics,...

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