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    Report: German Chancellor Merkel’s to seek fourth term
    Nov20

    Report: German Chancellor Merkel’s to seek fourth term

    BERLIN (AP) — Angela Merkel will seek a fourth term as Germany’s chancellor in general elections next year, the German news agency dpa reported Sunday. Dpa, citing sources at the Berlin headquarters of Merkel’s Christian Democrat party, reported that the 62-year-old chancellor also will run to be re-elected as the party’s...

    Can America and Russia Both Be Great Again?
    Nov20

    Can America and Russia Both Be Great Again?

    All signs seem to point to a budding bromance between the American president-elect and the Russian president. Donald Trump has praised Vladimir Putin as a strong leader, proposed reconciling with Russia so they can fight terrorism together, raised doubts about America’s commitment to NATO and the independence of Ukraine, and argued that...

    Merkel: from austerity queen to democratic torch-bearer
    Nov20

    Merkel: from austerity queen to democratic torch-bearer

    A Protestant pastor’s daughter who grew up behind the Iron Curtain, Angela Merkel rose to become the “chancellor of Europe” who has outlasted a generation of world leaders. Unlike her one-time partners on the global stage, George W. Bush, Tony Blair, Jacques Chirac and Silvio Berlusconi, Merkel is still in power and running for another...

    Not so honorable, watch this crazy fist fight during a parliamentary meeting! VIDEO
    Nov20

    Not so honorable, watch this crazy fist fight during a parliamentary meeting! VIDEO

    Sunday, November 20, 2016 – Cases of Members of Parliament behaving badly have become common place world over.Earlier this week, a Ukrainian lawmaker punched his colleague in the face, in the latest brawl in the troubled nation’s rough parliament.Apparently, the guy speaking is radical Party head, Oleh Lyashko, and while speaking he...

    US to stop buying Russian helicopters for Afghanistan
    Nov20

    US to stop buying Russian helicopters for Afghanistan

    US defence department officials have reportedly asked to stop buying Russian MI-17 helicopters for Afghan forces and instead to buy American helicopters. In addition, a number of senators also reportedly asked why the U.S should use American taxpayers’ money to pay Russia for the hardware when it was backing Bashar Assad’s regime in...

    Former Ukraine President Kravchuk: Sanctions Not Enough, Must Negotiate for Peace
    Nov19

    Former Ukraine President Kravchuk: Sanctions Not Enough, Must Negotiate for Peace

    Ukraine’s first president, who help usher in the peaceful dissolution of the Soviet Union 25 years ago, said Ukraine’s leaders today must find a similarly peaceful resolution of the separatist conflict in the east. “We heeded our peoples then and signed the [dissolution] accords, and so why can’t the country leaders today...

    Propaganda fuels deadly Ukraine war on Europe’s eastern border
    Nov19

    Propaganda fuels deadly Ukraine war on Europe’s eastern border

    There are fears Ukraine’s war threatens Europe’s stability and the death toll has risen to 9,700. But far from thinking about peace, the fighters and their support base behind the lines are digging in. …read more Source: ABC...

    Donald Trump’s Reagan Moment
    Nov19

    Donald Trump’s Reagan Moment

    Sometime before Inauguration Day, President-elect Trump will be briefed on the American plan for nuclear war, inclusive of the role he plays in ordering nuclear weapons release (i.e., the “nuclear codes”.) John F. Kennedy was the first American president briefed on this plan, back in 1961. Afterwards, a shaken Kennedy told his Secretary of State,...

    U.S Asked To Stop Buying Russian Helicopters For Afghanistan
    Nov19

    U.S Asked To Stop Buying Russian Helicopters For Afghanistan

    Reports indicate that U.S defense department officials asked Congress to stop buying Russian MI117 helicopters for Afghan forces and instead to buy American helicopters. In addition, a number of senators also reportedly asked why the U.S should use American taxpayers’ money to pay Russia for the hardware when it was backing Bashar...

    Stefan Stoyanov: We Have Fully Changed Plovdiv’s Image
    Nov19

    Stefan Stoyanov: We Have Fully Changed Plovdiv’s Image

    The local administration in Plodviv has helped Bulgaria’s second-largest city position itself as a key center for industries, IT and outsourcing, Deputy Mayor Stancho Stoyanov has said. Stoyanov, who is in charge of education, business development and international cooperation, is one of the four Bulgarians selected in the New Europe 100...