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    Ukrainian blacksmiths reproduce medieval works
    Nov06

    Ukrainian blacksmiths reproduce medieval works

    Over one hundred blacksmiths from all over Ukraine have gathered in Kiev to showcase their products. …read more Source:...

    Presidential vote in Bulgaria could herald closer Russia ties
    Nov06

    Presidential vote in Bulgaria could herald closer Russia ties

    Tsetska Tsacheva (left), presidential candidate of the Bulgaria’s ruling centre-right GERB party, waves next to vice-presidential candidate Plamen Manushev during an election rally in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, on November 4, 2016. Photo: Reuters SOFIA: Bulgarians vote in a closely fought presidential election on Sunday that could plunge the Black...

    Why I declared my wealth and made Ukraine’s elite follow suit | Volodymyr Groysman
    Nov06

    Why I declared my wealth and made Ukraine’s elite follow suit | Volodymyr Groysman

    The prime minister of Ukraine explains how his government is using a landmark system to force senior officials to declare their assetsWe made history in Ukraine last week. For the first time ever, more than 100,000 top officials, including the president, members of the cabinet, MPs, judges, prosecutors and civil servants, declared their assets...

    For Europeans and Russians in UAE, mixed feelings over Clinton and Trump
    Nov05

    For Europeans and Russians in UAE, mixed feelings over Clinton and Trump

    This is the sixth in a daily series that explores how expats from around the world feel ahead of the US presidential election on November 8. We have spoken to people from Latin America, South Asia, Africa, Russia and East Asia. Next we talk to people from the MENA region.ABU DHABI // With only a few days left before the US elections, UAE...

    Turkey recall Barca’s Turan after Terim left
    Nov05

    Turkey recall Barca’s Turan after Terim left

    ISTANBUL: (AFP) – Turkeys star midfielder Arda Turan of Barcelona was on Saturday recalled to the national side for the World Cup qualifier against Kosovo after apparently healing a rift with coach Fatih Terim.Turan was included in the squad for the home game against Kosovo on Saturday in Antalya, winning a recall along with fellow veteran...

    Budapest is Burning: The Hungarian Revolt That Shook the Soviet Empire
    Nov05

    Budapest is Burning: The Hungarian Revolt That Shook the Soviet Empire

    Michael Peck Politics, Europe The 1956 uprising ultimately failed, but delivered a serious shock to the Soviet system. It was sixty years ago when teenagers hurling Molotov cocktails breached a crack in the Iron Curtain. In the autumn of 1956, East Germany, Hungary, Poland and the rest of eastern Europe seemed firmly in the grip of the Soviet...

    Do the NATO Warsaw Summit Decisions Reinvigorate Armenia-Georgia Security Ties?
    Nov05

    Do the NATO Warsaw Summit Decisions Reinvigorate Armenia-Georgia Security Ties?

    Adopting the strategy of deterrence and dialogue vis-a-vis Russia at the Warsaw Summit, the North-Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) came up with an extended assistance initiative for Ukraine and Georgia – the westward looking …read more Source:...

    Opinion: Black Sea – no place for provocations
    Nov05

    Opinion: Black Sea – no place for provocations

    Following Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the Black Sea has become a strategic priority for NATO. Now troops will be stationed there. That is the right move, says DW’s Robert Schwartz. …read more Source:...

    Russian media backs Trump, questions US democracy
    Nov05

    Russian media backs Trump, questions US democracy

    Russian state-owned media does little to hide its preferences in the U.S. presidential election. News reports about the race for the White House on Russian television devote most of their time to elaborating on Donald Trump’s allegations that Hillary Clinton is corrupt and the election is rigged. “Clinton has a choice. Either she gets...

    Opinion: Black Sea – no place for provocations
    Nov05

    Opinion: Black Sea – no place for provocations

    Following Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the Black Sea has become a strategic priority for NATO. Now troops will be stationed there. That is the right move, says DW’s Robert Schwartz. …read more Source: Deutsche...