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    Bulgaria’s Exports to EU Increased by 12.2% in January-May
    Aug10

    Bulgaria’s Exports to EU Increased by 12.2% in January-May

    Exports from Bulgaria to other EU member states increased by 12.2% between January and May compared to the same period of last year, according to preliminary data from the national statistics body. The total volume amounted to BGN 11.6 B, with Germany, Italy, Romania, Greece, Belgium and France remaining the country’s main trade partners....

    Tank assault reportedly repelled in east Ukraine
    Aug10

    Tank assault reportedly repelled in east Ukraine

    Ukrainian forces have reportedly repelled a rare tank assault by pro-Russian rebels that threatened to usher in a dangerous escalation to the 16-month war. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Yatsenyuk pledges to name new Cabinet in September
    Aug10

    Yatsenyuk pledges to name new Cabinet in September

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk says that he will offer a new Cabinet of Ministers to the parliamentary coalition in September, according to Ukrainian online newspaper Ukrainska Pravda. …read more Source:...

    International experts gather in NL to discuss final MH17 report
    Aug10

    International experts gather in NL to discuss final MH17 report

    International experts are meeting in the Netherlands on Monday and Tuesday to discuss the draft of the Dutch Safety Board’s final report on the disaster with flight MH17 over Eastern Ukraine on July 17th last year. The post International experts gather in NL to discuss final MH17 report appeared first on NL Times. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] EU extends aid to farmers hit by Russian sanctions
    Aug10

    [Ticker] EU extends aid to farmers hit by Russian sanctions

    The European Commission on 7 August extended until June 2016 “the safety net measures for the European fruit and vegetables sector” after Russia extended, for a year, its ban on EU products in retaliation for EU sanctions. The measures, decided in August last year, have so far cost €155 million. …read more Source:...

    The Russian patriotic groups teaching children how to defend their country
    Aug10

    The Russian patriotic groups teaching children how to defend their country

    As support for the army surges, Meduza investigates the proliferation of state-funded clubs offering military training to children as young as fiveIn a small town outside St Petersburg, a group of children are being prepared for service in the Russian army. Arriving at 7pm, the class – all aged between five and 17 – will spend the evening...

    British architect sues president’s chocolate empire
    Aug09

    British architect sues president’s chocolate empire

    A British architect has filed legal papers in Ukraine accusing a chocolate company belonging to Petro Poroshenko, the country’s the billionaire… …read more Source: The...

    Pro-Russian rebels swap fatigues for Speedos and suntan lotion
    Aug09

    Pro-Russian rebels swap fatigues for Speedos and suntan lotion

    Standing on the crowded beach, the rebel stretched out his forearm to show off three stab wounds. “A Ukrainian soldier… …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine puts Depardieu on its blacklist
    Aug09

    Ukraine puts Depardieu on its blacklist

    Ukraine has placed 14 Russian singers and actors, including the French-born film star Gérard Depardieu, on a blacklist of performers… …read more Source: The...

    Why Are Japanese Airsoft Fans Cosplaying the Ukrainian Military?
    Aug09

    Why Are Japanese Airsoft Fans Cosplaying the Ukrainian Military?

    Ukrainian military insignia, a flack jacket, and a airsoft rifle, accompanied by an anime drawing—a Japanese otaku’s arsenal. Image from http://kumanori0108.militaryblog.jp/. Japan and Ukraine are miles apart, but as it turns out, Japanese airsoft players are big fans of the Ukrainian military—so much so that they are now dressing as...

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