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    Crimean Tatar activists freed by Russia, flown to Turkey
    Oct25

    Crimean Tatar activists freed by Russia, flown to Turkey

    The two men, who oppose Russia’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, were given jail terms last month. …read more Source:...

    What do latest Trump dossier developments mean?
    Oct25

    What do latest Trump dossier developments mean?

    Aaron Blake | Washington Post The Washington Post broke the story Tuesday night that the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped pay for that now-famous dossier of research on President Donald Trump. Related Articles Opposition leader urges boycott of Kenya election Eminem wins case against political party over ‘Lose...

    Sobchak Stirs Controversy In Russia By Saying Crimea Is Part Of Ukraine
    Oct25

    Sobchak Stirs Controversy In Russia By Saying Crimea Is Part Of Ukraine

    The Kremlin has criticized Russian presidential hopeful Ksenia Sobchak for saying that Crimea is legally part of Ukraine, while flamboyant nationalist lawmaker Vladimir Zhirinovsky said she should be jailed for the remark. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia Frees Two Pro-Kyiv Crimea Tatar Leaders from Jail
    Oct25

    Russia Frees Two Pro-Kyiv Crimea Tatar Leaders from Jail

    Russia has freed two prominent Crimean Tatar activists opposed to Moscow’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea region, their lawyer said Wednesday. Ukraine’s leader thanked Turkey’s president for helping broker the release. Ilmi Umerov, deputy head of the Crimean Tatars’ semi-official Mejlis legislature before it was...

    The Daily Vertical: Sobchak Says The Unsayable (Transcript)
    Oct25

    The Daily Vertical: Sobchak Says The Unsayable (Transcript)

    The views expressed in this commentary do not necessarily reflect the views of RFE/RL. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Open Society Foundation: Number of Bulgarians returning to their home country on the rise
    Oct25

    Open Society Foundation: Number of Bulgarians returning to their home country on the rise

    The number of Bulgarian citizens returning to their home country has recently increased. Nearly 35,000 Bulgarians returned to Bulgaria in the past 3 years. The number of Bulgarian nationals emigrating abroad is still high and amounts to nearly 25,000 people per year. However, the wave of Bulgarians returning to their country has brought net...

    Companies in Ukraine, Russia Come Under New Cyberattack
    Oct25

    Companies in Ukraine, Russia Come Under New Cyberattack

    A new strain of malicious software has paralyzed computers at a Ukrainian airport, the Ukrainian capital’s subway and at some independent Russian media. The Odessa international airport in Ukraine’s south, the Kyiv subway and prominent Russian media outlets such as Interfax and Fontanka on Tuesday reported being targeted. The...

    General Director of Beeline  delivered a lecture on "Business in the  digital future"
    Oct25

    General Director of Beeline delivered a lecture on "Business in the digital future"

    ArmInfo. The General Director of Beeline in Armenia, Andrey Pyatakhin, delivered an open lecture on “Business in the Digital Future” in an open lesson at the School of Leadership. According to the press service of the company, the head of Beeline, based on his own experience and a recent visit to the Silicon Valley, presented the...

    OECD Eurasia Week in Almaty, first in region, focuses on openness and diversification
    Oct25

    OECD Eurasia Week in Almaty, first in region, focuses on openness and diversification

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – OECD Eurasia Week under the theme Openness for Shared Prosperity took place in Almaty Oct. 23-25 for the first time outside the organisation’s headquarters in Paris. The forum gathered high-level officials from OECD, its member states and partner...

    2 Crimean Tatar leaders freed from prison, flown to Turkey
    Oct25

    2 Crimean Tatar leaders freed from prison, flown to Turkey

    Two prominent Crimean Tatar leaders who were imprisoned in Russian-occupied Crimea have been released and flown to Turkey, Ukraine’s president said Wednesday. President Petro Poroshenko in a tweet Wednesday thanked … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...