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    Trump Foundation admits to violating ban on ‘self-dealing,’ new filing to IRS shows
    Nov22

    Trump Foundation admits to violating ban on ‘self-dealing,’ new filing to IRS shows

    President-elect Donald Trump’s charitable foundation has admitted to the IRS that it violated a legal prohibition against “self-dealing,” which bars nonprofit leaders from using their charity’s money to help themselves, their businesses or their families. That admission was contained in the Donald J. Trump Foundation’s IRS tax...

    Ukraine expects ‘positive’ decision on EU visa exemption
    Nov22

    Ukraine expects ‘positive’ decision on EU visa exemption

    Parliament Chairman Andriy Parubiy hopeful for Thursday’s EU-Ukraine summit …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Envoy for enhancing trade ties between Pakistan, Ukraine
    Nov22

    Envoy for enhancing trade ties between Pakistan, Ukraine

    Ambassador of Ukraine to Pakistan Volodymyr Lakomov has said that Ukrainian Embassy considers enhancing business-to-business (B2B) interaction between the entities in Ukraine and Pakistan as one of the most promising and priority directions within the bilateral relations. Speaking at a meeting during his visit to Karachi Chamber, the Ukrainian...

    Recording Appears To Tie Serbian Nationalist To Crimea Seizure
    Nov22

    Recording Appears To Tie Serbian Nationalist To Crimea Seizure

    A Serbian nationalist leader who is accused of plotting to kill Montenegro’s prime minister may have helped send fellow Serbian militants to Crimea to support Russia’s seizure of the Black Sea peninsula from Ukraine in 2014, a recorded conversation suggests. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia accuses Ukraine of abducting two soldiers in Crimea
    Nov22

    Russia accuses Ukraine of abducting two soldiers in Crimea

    …read more Source: Al-Manar TV

    NATO Criticizes New Russian Missiles Near Poland and Lithuania
    Nov22

    NATO Criticizes New Russian Missiles Near Poland and Lithuania

    NATO is criticizing Russia’s deployment of anti-ship missiles in its westernmost Baltic region as “aggressive military posturing,” and is urging dialogue to cool escalating tensions. NATO said in a statement to The Associated Press on Tuesday that the missile deployment near the alliance’s borders “does not help to lower tensions or...

    Zaripova: Retroactive dope test catches Russian steeplechase champion
    Nov22

    Zaripova: Retroactive dope test catches Russian steeplechase champion

    There were seven medallists on the latest list of dope cheats released by the International Olympic Committee Steeplechase champion Yuliya Zaripova of Russia was one of 12 athletes disqualified on Monday after failing retroactive dope tests taken at the 2012 London Games.There were seven medallists on the latest list of dope cheats released by...

    Vladimir Putin Tells Oliver Stone Why Russia Feels Obliged to Take Countermeasures Against NATO
    Nov22

    Vladimir Putin Tells Oliver Stone Why Russia Feels Obliged to Take Countermeasures Against NATO

    Russian President Vladimir Putin took another swipe at NATO expansion and said Russia should implement “countermeasures” to halt any expansion of Western facilities designed to deter Russian forces. Putin made the comments in U.S. director Oliver Stone’s new documentary on the conflict in Ukraine, which aired on Russian television channel...

    Blaming NATO, Russia Sends More Missiles to Kaliningrad
    Nov22

    Blaming NATO, Russia Sends More Missiles to Kaliningrad

    Moscow continues to rattle its saber against the West, deploying more missiles to Kaliningrad in what it claims is a retaliatory measure against NATO deployments. Reuters: Moscow will deploy S-400 surface-to-air missiles and nuclear-capable Iskander systems in the exclave of Kaliningrad in retaliation for NATO deployments, a senior pro-Kremlin...

    Bulgaria needs programmers from third countries to fill deficit in IT sector
    Nov22

    Bulgaria needs programmers from third countries to fill deficit in IT sector

    A study by the Bulgarian Outsourcing Association shows that in 2020 companies working in the IT industry in Bulgaria will be generating 6% of the gross domestic product of this country, making this sector one of the leading ones in Bulgarian economy. This was what chairman of the association, Stefan Bumov, said in Plovdiv where a business forum...