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    U.S. will be the lone G7 holdout on supporting Paris climate deal
    May27

    U.S. will be the lone G7 holdout on supporting Paris climate deal

    TAORMINA, Sicily — The U.S. will be the lone holdout on endorsing the Paris accord on climate change when leaders of the G7 will issue their 2017 declaration Saturday, officials said.President Donald Trump had said he would give European leaders a chance to make their case for the climate change accord, but will make a final decision until...

    Trump aides facing perilous stage of Russia probe
    May27

    Trump aides facing perilous stage of Russia probe

    Robert Mueller’s special investigation may just be starting, but for President Donald Trump and his aides, it’s already entered one of the most legally treacherous phases. Now that Trump’s current and former aides and allies officially know a probe exists, they’re responsible for preserving...

    IMF Tranche to Kiev Not Happening Unless Kiev Sells Off Land, Raises Pension Age
    May27

    IMF Tranche to Kiev Not Happening Unless Kiev Sells Off Land, Raises Pension Age

    IMF officials’ latest fact-finding mission to Ukraine has concluded with some unpleasant news for Kiev. On Friday, a press statement put out on behalf of IMF Ukraine mission chief Ron van Rooden indicated that Ukraine would not be getting its next, fifth loan tranche until lawmakers approved the pension and land reform measures which the...

    Trump aides facing perilous stage of Russia probe
    May27

    Trump aides facing perilous stage of Russia probe

    Robert Mueller’s special investigation may just be starting, but for President Donald Trump and his aides, it’s already entered one of the most legally treacherous phases. Now that Trump’s current and former aides and allies officially know a probe exists, they’re responsible for preserving all available information that...

    BarCamp Yerevan 2017 to be held in Yerevan with assistance of Ucom
    May27

    BarCamp Yerevan 2017 to be held in Yerevan with assistance of Ucom

    During this year’s event six international guests will deliver speeches – programmer Jan Wildeboer (Germany), Edward Urlich (Czech Republic), Ilya Klimov (Ukraine), photographer Andrew Rowat (Canada), Ekaterina Tkacheva and Ekaterina Eroshenko (Russia). …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Muslims observe arrival of Ramadan
    May27

    Ukrainian Muslims observe arrival of Ramadan

    Muslims in mainly-Orthodox Ukraine have gathered in a mosque in Kiev to mark the beginning of Ramadan with prayers in an atmosphere of religious reverence. …read more Source:...

    African Leaders Join G-7 Summit to Discuss Migration
    May27

    African Leaders Join G-7 Summit to Discuss Migration

    The second and final day of the Group of Seven (G-7) leading democracies annual summit is under way in Taormina, Italy, with several African heads of state joining the talks. Host Italy wants to draw attention to the migration crisis and the dangerous Mediterranean crossings taken by tens of thousands of people looking for a better life in...

    Putin, Macron to air tough issues at Versailles meet
    May27

    Putin, Macron to air tough issues at Versailles meet

    PARIS: France’s new President Emmanuel Macron will hold delicate talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Monday with the two countries harbouring longstanding differences over Ukraine and Syria. Coming just three weeks after an election in which the Kremlin was widely seen as backing centrist Macron’s far-right rival...

    Macron and Putin are going to meet on Monday
    May27

    Macron and Putin are going to meet on Monday

    France and Russia harbour longstanding differences over Ukraine and Syria. …read more Source: Business...

    Putin, Macron to air tough issues at Versailles meet
    May27

    Putin, Macron to air tough issues at Versailles meet

    PARIS, France – France’s new President Emmanuel Macron will hold delicate talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Monday, May 29, with the two countries harboring longstanding differences over Ukraine and Syria. Coming just 3 weeks after an election in which the Kremlin was widely seen as backing centrist … …read...