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    Russia says it won’t broadcast Eurovision Song Contest
    Apr13

    Russia says it won’t broadcast Eurovision Song Contest

    Russia’s Channel One says it will not broadcast the Eurovision Song Contest in Russia after Ukraine, which hosts the contest this year, has barred the Russian entrant from traveling to the country. …read more Source: The...

    Ukrainian MP ‘gunned down by Kremlin agent’, Kiev claims
    Mar24

    Ukrainian MP ‘gunned down by Kremlin agent’, Kiev claims

    A senior Ukrainian official said the killer of an outspoken Kremlin critic Denis Voronenko, who was gunned down in Kiev, was a Russian agent. …read more Source: The...

    Ukranian MP was gunned down by Kremlin agent, Kiev claims
    Mar24

    Ukranian MP was gunned down by Kremlin agent, Kiev claims

    A senior Ukrainian official said the killer of an outspoken Kremlin critic Denis Voronenko, who was gunned down in Kiev, was a Russian agent. …read more Source: The...

    Paris Gourtsoyannis: Is it time for a basic income for all?
    Feb14

    Paris Gourtsoyannis: Is it time for a basic income for all?

    There isn’t much to distinguish the town of Dauphin, Manitoba (population 8,457) from anywhere else in the Canadian prairies. Its junior ice hockey team won the provincial championships in 2010. The high school and airfield are named after a decorated local First World War hero. Most of its citizens owe their living to oilseed and grain...

    7 Ukrainian soldiers killed in fighting with separatists
    Jan31

    7 Ukrainian soldiers killed in fighting with separatists

    At least seven Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in an apparent upsurge in fighting in the east of the country, government officials have said. …read more Source: The...

    President Trump’s careless talk puts Nato on high alert
    Jan29

    President Trump’s careless talk puts Nato on high alert

    Russia’s incursions into Ukraine reawakened the West to the threat posed by the superpower after a quarter-century slumber. In Estonia, however, they say wariness of their eastern neighbour is handed down with mother’s milk, and citizens of the Baltic state never forget what it means to share a border with an unpredictable superpower....

    David Johnstone: UN chief must marginalise the far right
    Oct29

    David Johnstone: UN chief must marginalise the far right

    António Guterres, set to become the new Secretary General of the United Nations, faces no small task. The unenviable job, will require his attention on an ever growing number of issues blighting our world; Syria, South Sudan, Somalia, Libya, Ukraine, the migrant crisis, saving the Colombian peace deal, the threat of a nuclear North Korea,...

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