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    Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association Head Sees Signs of Fragile Economic Recovery
    Jul23

    Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association Head Sees Signs of Fragile Economic Recovery

    Vasil Velev, Chair of the Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association (BICA), has rejected allegations of an upward trend in corporate bankruptcies, stressing that H1, 2015 data testifies to the opposite. Bulgaria’s Registry Agency announced on July 16 that the number of bankruptcies had gone up by 34% on the year in H1, 2015 to a total of 341...

    Gay couple kicked and pepper sprayed in Kiev – video
    Jul23

    Gay couple kicked and pepper sprayed in Kiev – video

    A gay couple are attacked in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev after being spotted sitting closely on a bench. The video, uploaded to YouTube on 22 July, shows a group of men approach the couple, who are then kicked and pepper sprayed. The pair filmed the attack as part of a social experiment on tolerance in the Ukraine. The couple had earlier filmed...

    Belarus, Ukraine to discuss possible removal of restrictions in mutual trade
    Jul23

    Belarus, Ukraine to discuss possible removal of restrictions in mutual trade

    The matter will be discussed at a meeting of the Belarus-Ukraine intergovernmental commission on trade and economic cooperation in Chernigov. The event will be chaired by co-chairpersons Belarus’ Vice Premier Vladimir Semashko and Ukraine’s Vice Premier Gennady Zubko. …read more Source:...

    No one exposing Russia’s fairy tales and lies | Dagens Nyheter – Sweden
    Jul23

    No one exposing Russia’s fairy tales and lies | Dagens Nyheter – Sweden

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    Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association Head Sees Signs of Fragile Economic Revitalization
    Jul23

    Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association Head Sees Signs of Fragile Economic Revitalization

    Vasil Velev, Chair of the Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association (BICA), has rejected allegations of an upward trend in corporate bankruptcies, stressing that H1, 2015 data testifies to the opposite. Bulgaria’s Registry Agency announced on July 16 that the number of bankruptcies had gone up by 34% on the year in H1, 2015 to a total of 341...

    Lithuania-Ukraine business cooperation discussed
    Jul23

    Lithuania-Ukraine business cooperation discussed

    A meeting of the Business Council for Economic and Trade Cooperation between Lithuania and Ukraine was held at the Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists (LPK). The Business Council addressed business development potential in Ukraine and promotion of bilateral economic cooperation, informs LETA/ELTA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    For them, there is no Schengen
    Jul23

    For them, there is no Schengen

    MENTON, France, and VENTIMIGLIA, Italy — It is morning in Europe. The sunlight crests the Italian hills, tarpaulins and umbrellas casting shadows onto gray rocks lapped by the Mediterranean Sea. As the water starts to shimmer like tin foil in the morning’s glow, the camp starts to wake up. Coughs and sneezes resonate from under blankets and...

    Ukrainian radical MPs beat up a rival Alexey Durnev after he ‘flashed’ them
    Jul23

    Ukrainian radical MPs beat up a rival Alexey Durnev after he ‘flashed’ them

    The alarming incident, which happened in the city of Chernihiv in northern Ukraine’s Chernihiv Oblast region, was captured on video and shows several men punching and kicking Alexey Durnev. …read more Source: Daily...

    Kremlin disowns officers held in Ukraine conflict
    Jul22

    Kremlin disowns officers held in Ukraine conflict

    Russia’s Defence Ministry has formally disowned two servicemen captured in Ukraine, laying them open to charges of terrorism and espionage…. …read more Source: The...

    MiG-21 squadron presented after upgrade
    Jul22

    MiG-21 squadron presented after upgrade

    The Croatian Air Force and Air Defence on Wednesday presented its squadron of MiG-21 aircraft following their repair and modernisation in Ukraine. On July 9, 2013, the Croatian Ministry of Defence signed a HRK 133 million (EUR 17.5 million) agreement… …read more Source:...

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