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    Bulgaria’s Exports to Third Countries Drop by 8.1% January-November 2016
    Jan12

    Bulgaria’s Exports to Third Countries Drop by 8.1% January-November 2016

    According to data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI), in the period January – November 2016, Bulgarian exports to third countries decreased by 8.1%, compared to the same period of 2015 and amounted to BGN 13 422.6 M. The main trade partners of Bulgaria were Turkey, China, Serbia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the...

    UNHCR reports decline in number of Syrians, Ukrainians seeking asylum in Belarus
    Jan12

    UNHCR reports decline in number of Syrians, Ukrainians seeking asylum in Belarus

    If we compare 2016 and 2015, the number of asylum applicants in Belarus is decreasing. This is primarily a result of the decline in the number of Ukrainian nationals applying for protection, Jean-Yves Bouchardy said. …read more Source:...

    In newly retaken town, Ukrainian troops try to win local support
    Jan12

    In newly retaken town, Ukrainian troops try to win local support

    In eastern Ukraine, the de facto border separating the government-controlled west from the separatist-held east has barely moved in two years of conflict. But that doesn’t mean that the battle between Kiev and the pro-Russian rebels isn’t continuing. Just last month, government forces nudged slightly ahead to retake the frontline town...

    Bulgaria’s Exports to Third Countries Decrease by 8.1% January-November 2016
    Jan12

    Bulgaria’s Exports to Third Countries Decrease by 8.1% January-November 2016

    According to data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI), in the period January – November 2016, Bulgarian exports to third countries decreased by 8.1%, compared to the same period of 2015 and amounted to BGN 13 422.6 M. The main trade partners of Bulgaria were Turkey, China, Serbia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the...

    Solar power to rise from Chernobyl’s nuclear ashes
    Jan12

    Solar power to rise from Chernobyl’s nuclear ashes

    Chinese companies plan to spend $1bn building a giant solar farm on land contaminated by the nuclear disaster in Ukraine, reports Climate News NetworkIt was the worst nuclear accident in history, directly causing the deaths of 50 people, with at least an additional 4,000 fatalities believed to be caused by exposure to radiation.The 1986 explosion...

    Svetlov: Yanka Kupala’s legacy is of international importance
    Jan12

    Svetlov: Yanka Kupala’s legacy is of international importance

    Yanka Kupala’s legacy is of international importance. Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Latvia, and Slovakia will also join the anniversary celebrations, Boris Svetlov said. …read more Source:...

    Kalnins: Within just a few years, Russia has been able to transform itself from a partner to a strategic problem for all  – The Baltic Times
    Jan12

    Kalnins: Within just a few years, Russia has been able to transform itself from a partner to a strategic problem for all – The Baltic Times

    RIGA – Before the events in Ukraine, Russia could be seen as a strategic partner to NATO, even though a problematic one, however, Russia has now…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Power cut in Kyiv deemed cyber-attack
    Jan12

    Power cut in Kyiv deemed cyber-attack

    A massive power cut in the Ukrainian capital in December has been a cyber-attack, computer system security specialists have established. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    There is still no proof that Putin hacked the US election
    Jan12

    There is still no proof that Putin hacked the US election

    Did President-Elect Donald Trump benefit from Russian hacking? It’s probable—but not certain ©Van Tine Dennis/ABACA/ABACA/PA Images So, it’s official. Russia helped Donald Trump win the American presidential election by hacking into Democratic Party computers, stealing emails and feeding them to media outlets such as Wikileaks,...

    Polish Foreign Ministry slams vandalisation of WWII monument in Ukraine
    Jan12

    Polish Foreign Ministry slams vandalisation of WWII monument in Ukraine

    The Polish foreign ministry is demanding that the vandalisation of a monument to the Poles murdered in 1944 in the village of Huta Pieniacka in Ukraine to be examined by authorities. …read more Source: Polskie...

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