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    Ethiopia Athletes Face Doping Tests or Ban
    Apr07

    Ethiopia Athletes Face Doping Tests or Ban

    Ethiopia is to begin doping tests on about 200 athletes. The alternative is to face further action by the World Anti-Doping Agency and a possible ban by the International Association of Athletics Federations. Ethiopia is one of five countries the IAAF says are in “critical care” over their drug-testing system. The others are Kenya, Morocco,...

    Opinion: Deceiving Dutch voters
    Apr07

    Opinion: Deceiving Dutch voters

    Only a third of the Dutch voted in the refendum on Ukraine’s closer association with the EU. Nevertheless, their “no” is a blow to Europe. What’s more, the referendum was a deception of voters, says DW’s Barbara Wesel. …read more Source:...

    Dutch vote on EU’s Ukraine treaty points to anti-establishment mood
    Apr07

    Dutch vote on EU’s Ukraine treaty points to anti-establishment mood

    Just weeks before Britain votes on whether to leave the European Union, a founding member is debating how to respond to voters’ “no” vote …read more Source: Business...

    Leaked papers: Panama vows review
    Apr07

    Leaked papers: Panama vows review

    Panama will form an independent commission to review the country’s financial practices in the wake of the #PanamaPapers scandal. ||| Panama City – Panama said on Wednesday it would form an independent commission to review the country’s financial practices following the leak of information from a local law firm that has...

    Dutch Euroskeptics may have won a big one in low-turnout Ukraine vote
    Apr07

    Dutch Euroskeptics may have won a big one in low-turnout Ukraine vote

    Dutch voters have rejected a pact with Ukraine, although a low turnout could invalidate the ballot. The nonbinding referendum asked voters if they approved of extending an EU association agreement with Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Austrian president rails against EU sanctions on Russia
    Apr06

    Austrian president rails against EU sanctions on Russia

    Austrian President Heinz Fischer has told his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin that Austria could help remove EU sanctions. That is, if Russia ensures complete fulfillment of its side of the Ukraine ceasefire deal. …read more Source:...

    Jailed Ukrainian pilot Savchenko resumes hunger strike
    Apr06

    Jailed Ukrainian pilot Savchenko resumes hunger strike

    Nadezhda Savchenko’s lawyer has said the pilot jailed in Russia is refusing to eat or drink as she begins her sentence. Savchenko has become a key figure in the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    PSG VS MAN CITY: PSG WATAENDELEZA UBABE KWA VILABU VYA EPL?
    Apr06

    PSG VS MAN CITY: PSG WATAENDELEZA UBABE KWA VILABU VYA EPL?

    Vilabu tajiri zaidi duniani vinakutana leo usiku kwenye mchezo wa kwanza wa robo fainali ya klabu bingwa barani Ulaya, kitu cha kuvutia ni kwamba vilabu vyote hivi vinahitaji kufuzu ili kuingia hatua ya nusu fainali ya mashindano hayo. PSG itakuwa mwenyeji wa Manchester City kwenye uwanja wa Parc des Princes huku wakiwa na uchu wa kuitungua klabu...

    Dutch referendum extends beyond EU-Ukraine ties
    Apr06

    Dutch referendum extends beyond EU-Ukraine ties

    Officially, Dutch voters are casting ballots on European Union trade ties with Ukraine. But, unofficially, the poll is widely seen as a gauge of anti-EU sentiment ahead of a UK vote on whether to leave the EU. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine pilot ‘starts dry hunger strike’
    Apr06

    Ukraine pilot ‘starts dry hunger strike’

    Nadiya Savchenko, convicted over the killing of two Russian journalists, began a hunger strike without water, her lawyer said. ||| Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko, convicted over the killing of two Russian journalists, began a hunger strike without water on Wednesday to demand her return to Ukraine, her lawyer said.Lawyer Mark Feigin...

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