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    Ukrainian Lawmakers Back President’s Move To Obtain Autocephalous Status For Orthodox Church
    Apr19

    Ukrainian Lawmakers Back President’s Move To Obtain Autocephalous Status For Orthodox Church

    Ukrainian lawmakers have backed President Petro Poroshenko’s appeal to the worldwide head of the Orthodox Church to recognize the Ukrainian Orthodox Church’s independence from Moscow. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    A former director for Sean Hannity left Fox News to build a pro-Kremlin propaganda network in Russia
    Apr19

    A former director for Sean Hannity left Fox News to build a pro-Kremlin propaganda network in Russia

    AP One of Sean Hannity’s former directors — who claims …read more Source:...

    Kazakh and Ukrainian producers are building export capacities
    Apr19

    Kazakh and Ukrainian producers are building export capacities

    In the first quarter of 2018, Kazakhstan’s fuel exports grew 30-fold. …read more Source: Kazakh...

    Trump’s former campaign chief Manafort to seek dismissal of charges
    Apr19

    Trump’s former campaign chief Manafort to seek dismissal of charges

    WASHINGTON DC: Paul Manafort, US President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, will try on Thursday to convince a judge to throw out charges brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, arguing Mueller has overstepped his authority. Manafort, hit with two indictments accusing him of conspiracy against the United States and other crimes,...

    THE WAR, THE  UKRAINIAN CHURCHES AND NATO – ВІЙНА, ЦЕРКВИ І НАТО
    Apr19

    THE WAR, THE UKRAINIAN CHURCHES AND NATO – ВІЙНА, ЦЕРКВИ І НАТО

    More than 40 countries agreed to take part in a peacekeeping operation in the east of Ukraine to establish peace, restore sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, as stated by President Petro Poroshenko. When Russia-backed separatists seized control of Crimea in 2014, they took control of key military and government sites on the...

    Germany to Push for Exemptions From US Sanctions on Russia
    Apr19

    Germany to Push for Exemptions From US Sanctions on Russia

    Senior German officials will seek exemptions from US sanctions on Russia to shield local businesses from hundreds of millions in estimated losses, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. Chancellor Angela Merkel and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz will ask the US administration during their visit to Washington next week to waive restrictions on...

    Hiring US forensic experts in Tokmadi case was Yerkin Tatishev’s idea
    Apr19

    Hiring US forensic experts in Tokmadi case was Yerkin Tatishev’s idea

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – Yerkin Tatishev, the brother of late BTA Bank chair Yerzhan Tatishev, who was killed during a winter hunt in 2004, told Forbes.kz he was the one who pushed to hire U.S. forensic and firearms experts to examine his brother’s death. Yerkin Tatishev....

    Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s former agent reveals how the player nearly joined Liverpool
    Apr19

    Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s former agent reveals how the player nearly joined Liverpool

    Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s former agent has revealed the incredible turn of events that saw the Armenian very nearly sign for Liverpool. Dimitry Seluk used to represent Mkhitaryan when the 29-year-old was a young man playing for Ukrainian minnows Metalurh Donetsk. Seluk recalled how he fell out with Oleg Mkrtchyan, who was the owner of the club...

    Big Read: Raila-Uhuru handshake assured wary investors — Malaysian envoy
    Apr19

    Big Read: Raila-Uhuru handshake assured wary investors — Malaysian envoy

    The easing of political tensions following the meeting between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition leader Raila Odinga has been described as conducive to business. Speaking to the Star, Malaysian High Commissioner Loh Tiong said: “Any investor who wants to invest in Kenya will first assess the political situation in the country. Only once...

    Association of Credit Information Providers in Europe and Central Asia established
    Apr19

    Association of Credit Information Providers in Europe and Central Asia established

    BISHKEK (TCA) — The World Bank Group is supporting the creation of a new association designed to help strengthen credit reporting practices and bolster access to finance in Europe and Central Asia, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, said. In cooperation with Azerbaijan’s Financial Market...