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    Ukrainian Patriarch Calls On EU To Maintain Russia Sanctions
    May02

    Ukrainian Patriarch Calls On EU To Maintain Russia Sanctions

    Patriarch Filaret, the head of Ukraine’s Orthodox Church, has called on the European Union not to treat the conflict in his country’s east as Kyiv’s internal problem and urged the bloc to maintain sanctions against Moscow. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Protesters block roads across Armenia in stand-off with authorities
    May02

    Protesters block roads across Armenia in stand-off with authorities

    YEREVAN- Armenian protesters blocked roads in and around the capital on Wednesday, responding to a call from opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan for a campaign of civil disobedience to force the ruling elite to relinquish its grip on power. , Ex-Soviet Armenia is locked in a political crisis after the ruling party, severely weakened after days of...

    Our Tips on ROMA v LIVERPOOL Champions League match – Make good money today.
    May02

    Our Tips on ROMA v LIVERPOOL Champions League match – Make good money today.

    Liverpool are on the brink of a first Champions League final appearance since 2007, when they lost out to AC Milan at the Olympic Stadium in Athens. Go and play here https://is.gd/lDRKoYThe Reds hold a three goal lead ahead of tonight’s clash against surprise packages AS Roma.Roma have already showcased that they are capable of pulling off...

    Trump blasts leak of questions he could face in Russia probe
    May02

    Trump blasts leak of questions he could face in Russia probe

    WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump on Tuesday criticised the leak of more than 40 questions that Special Counsel Robert Mueller wants to ask him as part of a probe into Russia’s alleged election meddling and possible collusion by the Trump campaign. As negotiations continue over whether Trump will sit for an interview, the New York Times...

    How Britain is finally fighting back against dirty money in our tax havens
    May02

    How Britain is finally fighting back against dirty money in our tax havens

    Every year, more than a trillion dollars are stolen from the poorest countries on earth. Two MPs, Margaret Hodge and Andrew Mitchell, did a great thing on 1 May – they forced the government to open up the corporate registries of Britain’s Overseas Territories. This may seem like a niche piece of accountancy news, but it is one of the most...

    Mike Pompeo spent his first week as secretary of state being the anti-Rex Tillerson
    May02

    Mike Pompeo spent his first week as secretary of state being the anti-Rex Tillerson

    Experts think Pompeo might bring back some normalcy to the State Department. Only time will tell if that’s true. Belgium. Saudi Arabia. Israel. Jordan. That sounds like a nice vacation, but it’s actually where Mike Pompeo spent his first five days as the newly minted secretary of state. After his official confirmation last week,...

    Ukraine, Seeking U.S. Missiles, Halted Cooperation With Mueller Investigation
    May02

    Ukraine, Seeking U.S. Missiles, Halted Cooperation With Mueller Investigation

    Ukraine, deeply dependent on the Trump administration for financial and military aid, froze its cooperation with the special counsel’s office. …read more Source: The New York...

    Real Madrid’s divine European right may not be enough in Kiev
    May02

    Real Madrid’s divine European right may not be enough in Kiev

    Madrid battered by Bayern but hauled themselves through …read more Source: The Irish...

    Bulgarians abroad – so close, so far
    May02

    Bulgarians abroad – so close, so far

    A few days ago the second volume of the miscellany “Bulgarians abroad ­– so close, do far” was presented to the Bulgarians in Rome. The series features a few essays as well as analyses and ethnological studies. The book has been compiled by Snezhana Yoveva-Dimitrova who has for many years been working on the subject of Bulgarians abroad. “The...

    Congressmen’s letter on Ukraine anti-Semitism may be Russian conspiracy, Jewish leader suggests
    May02

    Congressmen’s letter on Ukraine anti-Semitism may be Russian conspiracy, Jewish leader suggests

    (JTA) — A leader of Ukrainian Jews suggested that recent criticism of his country by 57 U.S. congressmen was part of an orchestrated campaign, possibly paid for by Russia. Josef Zissels, chairman of the Vaad Association of Jewish Organizations and Communities of Ukraine, was quoted as saying this by the state-run National News Agency of Ukraine,...