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    [Ticker] Migration and security top Germany’s EU agenda
    Oct28

    [Ticker] Migration and security top Germany’s EU agenda

    Tackling the migration crisis and improving security should be Europe’s main priorities in coming years, German finance minister Wolfgang Schaueble said on Friday in Bratislava. “We have to make sure our external borders are protected … we must do more to stabilise our neighbouring regions, including Ukraine,” he said at...

    Inflow of Ukrainian professionals welcomed by Polish employers
    Oct28

    Inflow of Ukrainian professionals welcomed by Polish employers

    Poland’s labor market is increasingly attractive to foreign professionals, including managers and IT specialists, especially from the country’s eastern neighbors, according to the daily Rzeczpospolita. In the first nine months of this year, around 100,000 applications were submitted to obtain legal residency in Poland, which is an...

    Countries OK World’s Largest Marine Reserve in Antarctica
    Oct28

    Countries OK World’s Largest Marine Reserve in Antarctica

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand—The countries that decide the fate of Antarctica’s waters reached an historic agreement on Friday to create the world’s largest marine protected area in the ocean next to the frozen continent. The agreement comes after years of diplomatic wrangling and high-level talks between the U.S. and Russia, which has...

    Iceland: 5 key facts to know about country
    Oct28

    Iceland: 5 key facts to know about country

    Here are five key facts about Iceland, which goes to the polls Saturday in an election set to shake up the political landscape.Volcanoes and glaciersSituated near the Arctic Circle, the Republic of Iceland consists of one large island — the 17th largest in the world — and several smaller ones.Surprisingly, given its location in the...

    International Monitor Quietly Drops Drone Surveillance of Ukraine War
    Oct28

    International Monitor Quietly Drops Drone Surveillance of Ukraine War

    The drones were repeatedly shot out of the sky by surface-to-air missiles. Suspending the program effectively blinds observers to numerous cease-fire violations. …read more Source: Foreign...

    French gas company enters former Soviet space
    Oct28

    French gas company enters former Soviet space

    Daniel J. GraeberPARIS, Oct. 28 (UPI) — French energy company ENGIE said Friday it’s now the first European player to have a framework to do work in a Ukrainian gas system overshadowed by Russia. …read more Source: United Press...

    Azerbaijan’s female wrestlers win four medals in Ukraine
    Oct28

    Azerbaijan’s female wrestlers win four medals in Ukraine

    Azerbaijani female wrestlers have brought home four medals, including a gold from an international tournament held in the city of Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine, Azertac reported. …read more Source:...

    NATO chief: Numbers don’t add up to a new Cold War
    Oct28

    NATO chief: Numbers don’t add up to a new Cold War

    For Jens Stoltenberg, the former Norwegian prime minister and one-time government statistician who is now the 13th secretary general of NATO, even the highest-stakes military and political problems can often be reduced to simple math. Asked in an interview with POLITICO if he worried that the four new NATO battalions to be stationed in eastern...

    Nato chief says alliance ‘does not want new Cold War’
    Oct28

    Nato chief says alliance ‘does not want new Cold War’

    Nato is not seeking confrontation with Russia and does not want another Cold War, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has told the BBC. The planned deployment of 4,000 extra troops to eastern Europe aims to prevent, not provoke conflict, he said. Despite current tensions, the military alliance does not see Russia as a threat, he added. Relations...

    MOLDOVA: Pro-EU and pro-Russia forces go head-to-head in presidential election
    Oct28

    MOLDOVA: Pro-EU and pro-Russia forces go head-to-head in presidential election

    The crisis-hit country of 3.5 million, wedged between Ukraine and Romania, will for the first time since 1997 elect a president by national vote. …read more Source: Business...