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    Azerbaijan`s SOCAR plans to open up to 10 gas modules in Ukraine
    Feb26

    Azerbaijan`s SOCAR plans to open up to 10 gas modules in Ukraine

    SOCAR Energy Ukraine, a subsidiary of Azerbaijan` state oil firm SOCAR, plans to open 8-10 gas modules at its filling stations in Ukraine, the company`s retail network director Igor Orlov said in an interview with Delo portal, AZERTAC reports citing the OilNews. …read more Source:...

    If Trump Implodes, Republicans Have A Silver Lining In Mike Pence
    Feb26

    If Trump Implodes, Republicans Have A Silver Lining In Mike Pence

    WASHINGTON ―For Republicans on Capitol Hill, Vice President Mike Pence was supposed to be the calm, steadying hand in the White House, the seasoned former Indiana governor and congressman who would be their ears and mouth in the neophyte Trump administration.Then Pence went on national television last month, before Donald Trump was even sworn in,...

    LIVEBLOG: Supernova 2017 Final!
    Feb26

    LIVEBLOG: Supernova 2017 Final!

    It’s finally here. No use ignoring it. Face facts. It’s the final of Supernova, Latvia’s competition to decide who it is going to send to the Eurovision finals in Kyiv, Ukraine this May. Updates below. …read more Source:...

    Azerbaijan`s SOCAR plans to open up to 10 gas modules in Ukraine
    Feb26

    Azerbaijan`s SOCAR plans to open up to 10 gas modules in Ukraine

    SOCAR Energy Ukraine, a subsidiary of Azerbaijan` state oil firm SOCAR, plans to open 8-10 gas modules at its filling stations in Ukraine, the company`s retail network director Igor Orlov said in an interview with Delo portal, AZERTAC reports citing the OilNews …read more Source: Azerbaijan State News...

    Russia frees opposition activist jailed for protesting
    Feb26

    Russia frees opposition activist jailed for protesting

    Ildar Dadin, seen here at a rally in 2014, was declared a prisoner of conscience by Amnesty International © AFP/File / PHILIPP KIREEVMoscow, Russian Federation, Feb 26 – Russia on Sunday released a prominent opposition activist from jail, after a court quashed a sentence that made him the only person convicted under a tough law against public...

    World Women’s Chess Championship: Harika Dronavalli suffers heartbreak in semis, has to settle for bronze
    Feb26

    World Women’s Chess Championship: Harika Dronavalli suffers heartbreak in semis, has to settle for bronze

    Harika missed several opportunities in the tie-breaker which was a battle of nerves. Tan will now play the finals against Anna Muzychuk of Ukraine. The post World Women’s Chess Championship: Harika Dronavalli suffers heartbreak in semis, has to settle for bronze appeared first on Firstpost. …read more Source:...

    Iran could supply turbines for Crimean power plants
    Feb26

    Iran could supply turbines for Crimean power plants

    …read more Source: Mehr News...

    NATO’s presence in Black Sea causes political turbulence in Sofia
    Feb26

    NATO’s presence in Black Sea causes political turbulence in Sofia

    This week we have witnessed verbal jousting and pre-election political turbulence on occasion of the increased presence of NATO forces in the Black Sea region. Bulgaria’s former Premier and GERB leader Boyko Borissov opened fire first after caretaker Minister of Defense Stefan Yanev confirmed at the NATO summit in Brussels that Sofia was...

    NATO’s presence in Black Sea causes political turbulence in Sofia
    Feb26

    NATO’s presence in Black Sea causes political turbulence in Sofia

    This week we have witnessed verbal jousting and pre-election political turbulence on occasion of the increased presence of NATO forces in the Black Sea region. Bulgaria’s former Premier and GERB leader Boyko Borissov opened fire first after caretaker Minister of Defense Stefan Yanev confirmed at the NATO summit in Brussels that Sofia was...

    NATO’s presence in Black Sea causes political turbulence in Sofia
    Feb26

    NATO’s presence in Black Sea causes political turbulence in Sofia

    This week we have witnessed verbal jousting and pre-election political turbulence on occasion of the increased presence of NATO forces in the Black Sea region. Bulgaria’s former Premier and GERB leader Boyko Borissov opened fire first after caretaker Minister of Defense Stefan Yanev confirmed at the NATO summit in Brussels that Sofia was...