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    Presidential vote in Bulgaria could herald closer Russia ties
    Nov06

    Presidential vote in Bulgaria could herald closer Russia ties

    Bulgarians began voting on Sunday to choose the country’s next president in a highly contested election that could trigger political instability in the Black Sea state and push it towards closer ties with Russia. Opinion polls show Tsetska Tsacheva, 58, the centre-right GERB ruling party candidate, is likely to narrowly win the ballot but...

    Ukrainian blacksmiths reproduce medieval works
    Nov06

    Ukrainian blacksmiths reproduce medieval works

    Over one hundred blacksmiths from all over Ukraine have gathered in Kiev to showcase their products. …read more Source:...

    For Europeans and Russians in UAE, mixed feelings over Clinton and Trump
    Nov05

    For Europeans and Russians in UAE, mixed feelings over Clinton and Trump

    This is the sixth in a daily series that explores how expats from around the world feel ahead of the US presidential election on November 8. We have spoken to people from Latin America, South Asia, Africa, Russia and East Asia. Next we talk to people from the MENA region.ABU DHABI // With only a few days left before the US elections, UAE...

    Putin unveils controversial statue of Vladimir the Great
    Nov04

    Putin unveils controversial statue of Vladimir the Great

    MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday unveiled a giant statue by the Kremlin of his namesake Vladimir the Great, a revered leader and Orthodox saint, that has faced criticism from locals and conservationists. The 17-metre monument of Vladimir, the prince who converted modern Russia’s precursor state Kievan Rus to Christianity...

    Ukraine’s leader speaks to ‘fake’ Kyrgyz president
    Nov03

    Ukraine’s leader speaks to ‘fake’ Kyrgyz president

    Ukrainian president spoke to what he thought was his Kyrgyz counterpart by phone this week – only to discover that the person on the other end was someone else entirely. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Jewish actress Mila Kunis calls out Hollywood sexism
    Nov03

    Jewish actress Mila Kunis calls out Hollywood sexism

    The Ukrainian-born Jewish actress explained that after being rejected, insulted, paid less, and diminished based on her gender, she decided to found her own production company. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Kalibr-Armed Frigate to Join Russia’s Naval Group near Syria
    Nov03

    Kalibr-Armed Frigate to Join Russia’s Naval Group near Syria

    TEHRAN (FNA)- Russia’s Frigate Admiral Grigorovich armed with Kalibr cruise missiles will leave the port of Sevastopol to join the aircraft carrier group in Syria on Thursday, a source in Crimea’s uniformed services said. …read more Source: Fars News...

    Germans, Ukrainians to top winter tourist arrivals to Egypt: investors
    Nov03

    Germans, Ukrainians to top winter tourist arrivals to Egypt: investors

    Tourism experts expect that Germans will rank first place for the most tourists visiting Egypt in winter, followed by Ukraine. The Tourism Activation Authority implemented an advertising campaign in the German market at a cost of $5m presented in television, outdoor, and radio advertisements. Hany Shoukry, executive chairperson at the...

    Moscow’s Aggression, Source of Concern for the West
    Nov03

    Moscow’s Aggression, Source of Concern for the West

    From ASHARQ AL-AWSAT English. Moscow, London- Relations between London and Moscow have deteriorated after Russia’s rising role in hot spots like Ukraine and Syria. … continue reading Moscow’s Aggression, Source of Concern for the West …read more Source: ASHARQ...

    Kiev accuses rebels of killing 2 Ukrainian soldiers
    Nov03

    Kiev accuses rebels of killing 2 Ukrainian soldiers

    Separatist, pro-Russia rebels double attacks in October compared to September, Ukrainian authorities say …read more Source: World...

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