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    Bulgaria’s IntMin Concerned about Surge in Car Thefts
    Sep18

    Bulgaria’s IntMin Concerned about Surge in Car Thefts

    A growing number of motor vehicle thefts has been registered over the first seven months of 2015, Bulgarian Interior Minister Rumyana Bachvarova has said. Since January, there have been 2696 cases of cars being stolen – or roughly 385 per month, BGNES wire service quotes her as saying.Half of these took place in the capital Sofia, which is...

    Jeremy Corbyn, the avatar of anti-Americanism
    Sep18

    Jeremy Corbyn, the avatar of anti-Americanism

    LONDON — It’s late evening on May 8, 2020, and the telephone rings at No. 10 Downing Street. “For you, Jez: It’s the White House.” “Tell the switchboard to put him on hold, please: I’ve got Hamas on the line and we’ve got a really brilliant idea.” The operator does her practiced best: “Please tell the president the prime...

    Czech Chamber passes EU-Ukraine Association Agreement
    Sep18

    Czech Chamber passes EU-Ukraine Association Agreement

    Prague – The lower house of Czech parliament passed the Association Agreement between the European Union and Ukraine at its session shortly before midnight on Thursday, after months of protractions… …read more Source: České...

    Journalists removed from sanctions list brought in by Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko
    Sep18

    Journalists removed from sanctions list brought in by Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko

    Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko has come under criticism for a series of sanctions he has imposed. It includes members of the press. He signed… …read more Source:...

    Truth Is Not a Crime: Ukraine Honors Fallen Journalist Gongadze
    Sep17

    Truth Is Not a Crime: Ukraine Honors Fallen Journalist Gongadze

    An activist holds a candle at a rally in memory of murdered journalist Georgiy Gongadze on September 16, 2015 in Kyiv. Photo by Christopher Miller on Twitter. On the evening of September 16, 2000, Georgiy Gongadze, a prominent Ukrainian independent journalist and founder of the website Ukrainska Pravda (Ukrainian Truth) disappeared after he left...

    Ukraine bans BBC journalists from entering country amidst ‘security threat’
    Sep17

    Ukraine bans BBC journalists from entering country amidst ‘security threat’

    UKRAINE has been forced to make a U-turn after banning three Russian-based BBC journalists from entering Ukraine with claims they posed a security threat. …read more Source:...

    Czech consular offices in Ukraine flooded by repatriation seekers
    Sep17

    Czech consular offices in Ukraine flooded by repatriation seekers

    Kiev – Clerks from the foreign and interior ministries are temporarily working at Czech consular offices in Ukraine that are flooded by hundreds of repatriation applications from ethnic Czechs who… …read more Source: České...

    Refugees Refuse to Leave Croatian Asylum Centre
    Sep17

    Refugees Refuse to Leave Croatian Asylum Centre

    Asylum seekers from Sierra Leone, Jamaica and Ukraine have protested over being moved from the Zagreb asylum centre to Kutina to make way for those now reaching the country. …read more Source: Balkan...

    Ukraine takes BBC staff off banned list
    Sep17

    Ukraine takes BBC staff off banned list

    Ukraine is to remove the names of three BBC journalists from a list of banned individuals that has been criticised as “absurd” by one rights group. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine backtracks on some media sanctions
    Sep17

    Ukraine backtracks on some media sanctions

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has asked his government to remove six European journalists from a newly-published sanctions list, officials said on Thursday, after the list was criticized by the country’s Western allies. …read more Source:...

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