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    Ukraine arrest 2 Daesh militants from Tajikistan
    Jun25

    Ukraine arrest 2 Daesh militants from Tajikistan

    Kiev: Ukraine said on Saturday it had detained two alleged Daesh fighters from ex-Soviet Tajikistan, who had fought in Syria and planned to foment “an Islamic revolution” in their homeland. The Ukrainian state border service said the two Tajik nationals were stopped after they arrived on Friday from Istanbul in the eastern city of...

    Swiss, Norwegian, Canadian – which route could Britain take?
    Jun25

    Swiss, Norwegian, Canadian – which route could Britain take?

    How do you go from being part of a vast trading bloc with 500 million potential customers to a line trader with potentially none? Britain is about to find out.The UK sends 44 per cent of its exports to the EU, while only eight per cent of EU exports go to Britain. This imbalance is clearly disadvantageous as Britain seeks to forge a new trade...

    Video: GOLI LA KUJIFUNGA LA NORTHERN IRELAND LAIPELEKA WALES ROBO FAINALI EURO 2016
    Jun25

    Video: GOLI LA KUJIFUNGA LA NORTHERN IRELAND LAIPELEKA WALES ROBO FAINALI EURO 2016

    Wales wametinga hatua ya robo fainali ya Euro 2016 kwa goli la kujifunga la Gareth McAuley wakati wa mchezo wa hatua ya 16 bora dhidi ya Ireland ya Kaskazini. Ireland ya Kaskazini waliwadhibiti wapinzani wao kwa mchezo wao wa kujilinda huku wakifanikiwa kupiga mashuti mawili pekee yaliyo lenga goli katika kipindi cha kwanza. Lakini safu yao ya...

    Balkan Right-Wing Populists Gloat over #Brexit
    Jun25

    Balkan Right-Wing Populists Gloat over #Brexit

    To illustrate schadenfreude — pleasure derived from misfortune of others — Wikipedia used the painting “Taming the Donkey,” by Eduardo Zamacois y Zabala (1868), in which a group of monks laughs while the lone monk struggles with the donkey. (Public Domain). While the official reactions by most Balkan governments included expressions of concern...

    Obama loses reliable partner, faces uncertainty after Brexit
    Jun25

    Obama loses reliable partner, faces uncertainty after Brexit

    WASHINGTON — For the first 7½ years of his presidency, Barack Obama could rely on the United Kingdom to back him up at nearly every turn, knowing British leaders had both the global clout and shared perspective to be powerful U.S. partners. He enters his final months in office with that sense of certainty shattered by the U.K.’s decision to...

    After Brexit, Europe’s Security Will Get Even More Complicated
    Jun25

    After Brexit, Europe’s Security Will Get Even More Complicated

    The aftershocks of the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union continue to rattle currency and stock markets worldwide, forcing some elites to rethink whether the European project as currently construed is sustainable. It will be months before the full impact of the British “leave” vote has been fully digested, and perhaps years...

    Iran soccer team draws with Ukraine at World Deaf Football Championships
    Jun25

    Iran soccer team draws with Ukraine at World Deaf Football Championships

    The match between Iranian men’s national deaf football team and Italy at the the 3rd edition of World Deaf Football Championships has ended in a two-all draw. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine says detains ISIL fighters from Tajikistan
    Jun25

    Ukraine says detains ISIL fighters from Tajikistan

    The authorities of Central Asian Tajikistan say nearly 1,000 citizens have abandoned their homeland to join the ISIL fighter group. …read more Source: World...

    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko receives Jan Karski award
    Jun25

    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko receives Jan Karski award

    Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian pilot who was recently released by Russia after spending two years behind bars, has been handed the Jan Karski award for “her tempered heart in the fight for human dignity and pride”. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Cold War 2.0: The US Military Is Beefing Up Its Presence In The Former Soviet Bloc
    Jun25

    Cold War 2.0: The US Military Is Beefing Up Its Presence In The Former Soviet Bloc

    US Army Major Christopher Rowe scanned the unfamiliar terrain as his Stryker armored vehicle sped past the Russian border, less than 15 miles away. It was just after 3:00am, but the summer sun was already rising over northeastern Poland. From the commander’s hatch, Rowe looked out on a stretch of rolling farmland and thick pine forests that...