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    Pro-Russia candidate favorite in Moldova presidential runoff
    Nov13

    Pro-Russia candidate favorite in Moldova presidential runoff

    CHISINAU, Moldova (AP) — Moldovans are voting in a presidential election Sunday in which the favorite has promised to restore ties with Russia that cooled after the former Soviet republic signed a trade deal with the European Union. Igor Dodon, a pro-Moscow figure, has tapped into popular anger with corruption under the pro-European government...

    Former air force commander tipped to win Bulgarian presidency
    Nov13

    Former air force commander tipped to win Bulgarian presidency

    Rumen Radev, presidential candidate of the Bulgarian Socialist Party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Sofia, Bulgaria, October 24, 2016. REUTERS SOFIA: Bulgarians are expected to elect a Russia-friendly former air force commander as president in a runoff election on Sunday, setting the stage for months of political uncertainty. A...

    Voting Begins in Bulgaria’s Dramatic Presidential Runoff
    Nov13

    Voting Begins in Bulgaria’s Dramatic Presidential Runoff

    Bulgarians are heading to the polls on Sunday to elect the country’s new President in a runoff vote. A tight race is expected between the two remaining contenders, Parliament Speaker Tsetska Tsacheva, nominated by main ruling party GERB, and former Air Force Commander Maj Gen Rumen Radev, endorsed by the main opposition force, the Bulgarian...

    Safety pins: a pointed show of solidarity after Trump election
    Nov13

    Safety pins: a pointed show of solidarity after Trump election

    People have long used ribbons, flowers, colors or badges to symbolize political causes, from the carnations of Portugal’s 1974 revolution to the orange ribbons of Ukraine’s 2004 revolution to the gel wristbands now worn to promote almost any charity. …read more Source: Muscat...

    Safety pins: a pointed show of solidarity after Trump election
    Nov13

    Safety pins: a pointed show of solidarity after Trump election

    The humble safety pin is gaining a higher profile, as growing numbers of Americans wear them to show solidarity against intolerance after Donald Trump’s election. AFP Photo WASHINGTON: People have long used ribbons, flowers, colors or badges to symbolize political causes, from the carnations of Portugal’s 1974 revolution to the orange...

    Safety pins: a pointed show of solidarity after Trump election
    Nov13

    Safety pins: a pointed show of solidarity after Trump election

    WASHINGTON – People have long used ribbons, flowers, colors or badges to symbolize political causes, from the carnations of Portugal’s 1974 revolution to the orange ribbons of Ukraine’s 2004 revolution to the gel wristbands now worn to promote almost any charity. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    Safety pins: a pointed show of solidarity after Trump election
    Nov13

    Safety pins: a pointed show of solidarity after Trump election

    WASHINGTON, United States — People have long used ribbons, flowers, colors or badges to symbolize political causes, from the carnations of Portugal’s 1974 revolution to the orange ribbons of Ukraine’s 2004 revolution to the gel wristbands now worn to promote almost any charity. Enter the lowly safety pin. That humble but practical...

    Americans don safety pins in solidarity against intolerance after Donald Trump win
    Nov13

    Americans don safety pins in solidarity against intolerance after Donald Trump win

    November 13, 2016 10:48 AMWASHINGTON (AFP) – People have long used ribbons, flowers, colours or badges to symbolise political causes, from the carnations of Portugal’s 1974 revolution to the orange ribbons of Ukraine’s 2004 revolution to the gel wristbands now worn to promote almost any charity. …read more Source: The...

    Safety pins: A pointed show of solidarity after Trump election
    Nov13

    Safety pins: A pointed show of solidarity after Trump election

    WASHINGTON: People have long used ribbons, flowers, colours or badges to symbolise political causes, from the carnations of Portugal’s 1974 revolution to the orange ribbons of Ukraine’s 2004 revolution to the gel wristbands now worn to promote almost any charity. Enter the lowly safety pin. That humble but practical device is fast...

    Safety pins: a pointed show of solidarity after Trump election
    Nov13

    Safety pins: a pointed show of solidarity after Trump election

    WASHINGTON – People have long used ribbons, flowers, colors or badges to symbolize political causes, from the carnations of Portugal’s 1974 revolution to the orange ribbons of Ukraine’s 2004 revolution to the gel wristbands now worn to promote almost any charity. Enter the lowly safety pin. That humble but practical device is...