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    Clubbers, forget London and Berlin – the place to dance is eastern Europe
    Sep21

    Clubbers, forget London and Berlin – the place to dance is eastern Europe

    The closure of Fabric has reignited debate about diversity in western nightlife, but clubbing is coming of age in the new eastFabric has closed and London’s once-great club culture is on its last legs. Enough ink has been spilled over the shortsightedness of Islington council’s decision, but with rising rents and rapacious property...

    World leaders kick off second day at UN General Assembly
    Sep21

    World leaders kick off second day at UN General Assembly

    Forty-two world leaders kick off the second day of the 71st United Nations General Assembly. Leaders representing China, Afghanistan, the EU, Pakistan, Japan and Ukraine are among those slated to … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Ukraine, Rebels Agree to Pull Back Troops, Weapons
    Sep21

    Ukraine, Rebels Agree to Pull Back Troops, Weapons

    Representatives of Ukraine and separatist rebels have agreed to pull back troops and weapons from several areas in eastern Ukraine …read more Source: ABC...

    Obama says Polish democracy helped inspire Ukrainians
    Sep21

    Obama says Polish democracy helped inspire Ukrainians

    US President Barack Obama has said Poland helped inspire Ukrainians to demand change because it showed what more liberal and democratic countries could achieve. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    World leaders kick off second day at UN General Assembly
    Sep21

    World leaders kick off second day at UN General Assembly

    Forty-two world leaders kick off the second day of the 71st United Nations General Assembly. Leaders representing China, Afghanistan, the EU, Pakistan, Japan and Ukraine are among those slated to … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Exclusive: How EU firms skirt sanctions to do business in Crimea
    Sep21

    Exclusive: How EU firms skirt sanctions to do business in Crimea

    Products for sale in the Crimean stores of two European retailers are being shipped there from Russia via a ferry and port that are subject to EU sanctions, people involved in the transportation said, suggesting companies are finding ways around the punitive economic regime facing Moscow since 2014. Products carrying the brands of Germany’s...

    World leaders kick off second day at U.N. General Assembly
    Sep21

    World leaders kick off second day at U.N. General Assembly

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Forty-two world leaders kick off the second day of the 71st United Nations General Assembly. Leaders representing China, Afghanistan, the EU, Pakistan, Japan and Ukraine are among those slated to deliver their annual addresses in New York on Wednesday. On the opening day Tuesday, Syria and the refugee and migrant crisis were...

    Exclusive – How EU firms skirt sanctions to do business in Crimea
    Sep21

    Exclusive – How EU firms skirt sanctions to do business in Crimea

    SIMFEROPOL, Crimea/MOSCOW (Reuters) – Products for sale in the Crimean stores of two European retailers are being shipped there from Russia via a ferry and port that are subject to EU sanctions, people involved in the transportation said, suggesting companies are finding ways around the punitive economic regime facing Moscow since 2014....

    Exclusive – How EU firms skirt sanctions to do business in Crimea
    Sep21

    Exclusive – How EU firms skirt sanctions to do business in Crimea

    Products for sale in the Crimean stores of two European retailers are being shipped there from Russia via a ferry and port that are subject to EU sanctions, people involved in the transportation said, suggesting companies are finding ways around the punitive economic regime facing Moscow since 2014. …read more Source: Channel...

    Exclusive: How EU firms skirt sanctions to do business in Crimea
    Sep21

    Exclusive: How EU firms skirt sanctions to do business in Crimea

    SIMFEROPOL, Crimea/MOSCOW (Reuters) – Products for sale in the Crimean stores of two European retailers are being shipped there from Russia via a ferry and port that are subject to EU sanctions, people involved in the transportation said, suggesting companies are finding ways around the punitive economic regime facing Moscow since 2014....