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    Details of some of the Istanbul airport attack victims
    Jun30

    Details of some of the Istanbul airport attack victims

    ISTANBUL (AP) — Suicide attackers armed with guns and bombs killed more than 40 people and wounded hundreds at Istanbul’s busy Ataturk Airport late Tuesday, apparently targeting Turkey’s crucial tourism industry. Details are emerging about some of the victims. ___ Caglayan Col, 26, began working at Ataturk International...

    [Sponsored] Kremlin lies: EU’s response to disinformation
    Jun30

    [Sponsored] Kremlin lies: EU’s response to disinformation

    Russia’s disinformation campaigns have become a homeland security issue inside the EU. Pro-Kremlin disinformation campaigns are not only targeted at Ukraine or the Baltic states. …read more Source:...

    Russia extends its embargo on imports of agricultural products
    Jun30

    Russia extends its embargo on imports of agricultural products

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the embargo on imports of agricultural products imposed against the European Union and other countries that have established sanctions against Russia for its aggression in Ukraine to be extended until the end of 2017. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Ukrainian missiles for Polish Air Force
    Jun30

    Ukrainian missiles for Polish Air Force

    A Ukrainian company is to provide air-to-air R-27R1 missiles for Polish MiG-29 fighters. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Makeshift Shrine In Kyiv To Opera Singer Killed By Sniper
    Jun30

    Makeshift Shrine In Kyiv To Opera Singer Killed By Sniper

    Photos, flowers, and candles were placed on Kyiv’s Independence Square after a famous opera singer was killed by a sniper in eastern Ukraine. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Nationalists Attack Ukrainian Anti-Night Wolves Demo in Bulgaria’s Burgas
    Jun30

    Nationalists Attack Ukrainian Anti-Night Wolves Demo in Bulgaria’s Burgas

    Several people have been detained in Burgas after attacking a group of Ukrainians protesting against the arrival of the Night Wolves, police say.The Night Wolves are group of Russian bikers known for their affiliation to President Vladimir Putin.Ten people dressed in the camouflage outfits of a nationalist organization attacked the Ukrainian...

    Brawl in Burgas as Night Wolves arrive
    Jun30

    Brawl in Burgas as Night Wolves arrive

    Ukrainians who protested against the visit of the rockers from the Russian nationalist motorcycle club Night Wolves have been attacked in the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Burgas. The police have arrested participants in the brawl. Ten individuals in military uniforms from the nationalist Vasil Levski military union attacked the Ukrainian nationals...

    Djokovic extends Slam match winning streak to 30
    Jun30

    Djokovic extends Slam match winning streak to 30

    Chalk up another Grand Slam milestone for Novak Djokovic. The defending Wimbledon champion won his 30th straight match at a major tournament Wednesday, sweeping into the third round with a clinical 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (5) victory over Adrian Mannarino under the roof on Centre Court. The win gave Djokovic sole ownership of third place on the all-time...

    Russia’s Putin Orders Government to Start Normalising Trade with Turkey
    Jun30

    Russia’s Putin Orders Government to Start Normalising Trade with Turkey

    President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday lifted Moscow’s travel restrictions to Turkey and ordered trade ties normalized after his first phone call with counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan since Ankara downed a Russian jet last year. In the wake of the November incident Moscow slapped a range of sanctions on Ankara, including an embargo on some...

    “Protests meant to destabilize Balkans” – Russian official
    Jun30

    “Protests meant to destabilize Balkans” – Russian official

    The United Russia General Council deputy secretary has said that it is “well known who and how is initiating ‘non-violent protests’ in the former Yugoslavia.”Sergei Zheleznyak, who also serves as deputy chair of the State Duma, said that such protests have also happened in Ukraine and in many other countries, “and it...