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    CPJ Demands Separatism Charges Against Crimean Journalist Be Dropped
    Feb17

    CPJ Demands Separatism Charges Against Crimean Journalist Be Dropped

    The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has urged Russia-imposed authorities to drop all charges against journalist Mykola Semena, an RFE/RL contributor accused of separatism in the Moscow-controlled Ukrainian region of Crimea. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia backs Marine Le Pen for President saying she will make things ‘MESSY’ for EU
    Feb17

    Russia backs Marine Le Pen for President saying she will make things ‘MESSY’ for EU

    HE may not have said it publicly but Russian president Vladimir Putin is almost certainly throwing his weight behind Front National candidate Marine Le Pen ahead of the French elections. …read more Source:...

    Hat-tricks for United’s Ibrahimovic, Roma’s Dzeko
    Feb17

    Hat-tricks for United’s Ibrahimovic, Roma’s Dzeko

    Ibra scores hat-trick as United beat St Etienne 3-0 Dzeko also nets treble as Roma win 4-0 at Villarreal Spurs beaten 1-0 at Gent, Lyon rout AZ 4-1 away Fiorentina edge Gladbach 1-0 in Germany Manchester United’s Paul Pogba shoots at goal. Photo: Reuters LONDON: The goals continued to flow for Manchester United’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic...

    MH17: Dutch say Ukraine will renew search at crash site
    Feb17

    MH17: Dutch say Ukraine will renew search at crash site

    The passenger jet was shot down over war-torn eastern Ukraine in mid-2014 on a routine flight between Amsterdam and Kuala Lumpur. Ukraine is expected to renew this spring its search for human remains at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, Dutch Security and Justice Minister Stef Blok said Thursday.The passenger jet was shot down over...

    OSCE Permanent Council meeting rejects illegal “referendum” attempt of Armenians
    Feb17

    OSCE Permanent Council meeting rejects illegal “referendum” attempt of Armenians

    Speaking at the meeting of the OSCE Permanent Council on February 16, representatives of Turkey, Ukraine and Georgia voiced support for Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity, its sovereignty, and the inviolability of its internationally recognized borders, noting …read more Source: Azerbaijan State News...

    I could not say that Bulgaria is the most corrupt country in EU: President Rumen Radev
    Feb17

    I could not say that Bulgaria is the most corrupt country in EU: President Rumen Radev

    “There is corruption in Bulgaria, but I could not say that Bulgaria is the most corrupt country in the EU”, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev toldEuronews TV channel in the wake of latest negative assessment of Bulgaria by Transparency International. “Bulgaria is making efforts to fight corruption but I am sure we need to make much bigger efforts,...

    Turkey, Ukraine, Georgia call planned “referendum” in Karabakh illegal
    Feb17

    Turkey, Ukraine, Georgia call planned “referendum” in Karabakh illegal

    Turkey, Ukraine and Georgia have expressed support for Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity and sovereignty. …read more Source:...

    Death threats for MovieTowne murder accused
    Feb17

    Death threats for MovieTowne murder accused

    Published: Thursday, February 16, 2017The 30-year-old man accused of murdering restaurant worker Jamilia DeRevenaux, and two men charged with harbouring him before his arrest, appeared before a Port-of-Spain magistrate yesterday. Matthew King, of Chinapoo, Morvant, appeared before Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar charged with killing...

    Europa League: Ibrahimovic, Dzeko run riot
    Feb17

    Europa League: Ibrahimovic, Dzeko run riot

    Victory gives Jose Mourinho's Manchester United one foot in the last 16 ahead of next Wednesday's return leg. Zlatan Ibrahimovic put Saint-Etienne to the sword with a hat-trick as Manchester United beat the French club 3-0 in the first leg of their Europa League last-32 tie on Thursday.The Swede loved playing against Les Verts...

    Mike Pence will seek to reassure U.S. allies in Europe on busy trip
    Feb17

    Mike Pence will seek to reassure U.S. allies in Europe on busy trip

    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence will seek on Saturday to soothe allies unnerved by his boss’s unorthodox statements on Russia and NATO as he stresses America’s commitment to Europe during the first major foreign address for the Trump administration. …read more Source:...