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    Italian FM: Trump’s Russia outreach good for Rome
    Nov13

    Italian FM: Trump’s Russia outreach good for Rome

    Italy will benefit from Donald Trump‘s aim to improve U.S. relations with Russia after the president-elect moves to the White House, Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni said Sunday. Speaking to public broadcaster RAI, Gentiloni said, “If he will manage to have a better relation with [President Vladimir] Putin, without giving up on principles, it...

    There’s a ‘New Political Sutuation in Bulgaria,’ President-Elect Says
    Nov13

    There’s a ‘New Political Sutuation in Bulgaria,’ President-Elect Says

    “It is clear to everyone that there is a new political situation in Bulgaria and there’s nothing dramatic about it,” Bulgarian president-elect Rumen Radev has said. “Despite the bluffs of powers-that-be [who predicted] an apocalypse you voted for change,” he has told Bulgarians at a press conference after first exit...

    EU Foreign Ministers to Gather to Grapple With Trump Impact
    Nov13

    EU Foreign Ministers to Gather to Grapple With Trump Impact

    BRUSSELS—European Union foreign ministers will gather Sunday to discuss the impact of Donald Trump’s election on trans-Atlantic ties and whether it will complicate relations with an increasingly belligerent Russia. At informal dinner talks in Brussels, well away from the media, the ministers will debate how many of Trump’s campaign...

    EU foreign ministers gather to discuss Trump impact on US ties
    Nov13

    EU foreign ministers gather to discuss Trump impact on US ties

    BRUSSELS // European Union foreign ministers gathered on Sunday to discuss the impact of Donald Trump’s election on trans-Atlantic ties and whether it will complicate relations with an increasingly belligerent Russia.At informal dinner talks in Brussels, well away from the media, the ministers were to debate how many of Mr Trump’s...

    Moldova Votes for President in Runoff
    Nov13

    Moldova Votes for President in Runoff

    Voting is underway in Moldova where the two candidates have differing views on the country’s future. For the first time since 1997, the head of state will be elected by voters themselves and not by Parliament. Moldovans are choosing between Socialist Party leader and ex-Trade Minister Igor Dodon, who has indicated he would pursue closer...

    Explainer: How Trump Could Roll Back Obama’s Russia Policies
    Nov13

    Explainer: How Trump Could Roll Back Obama’s Russia Policies

    U.S. President-elect Donald Trump portrays himself as a preeminent deal-maker and has said he plans to seek a deal with Moscow that’s “great for America, but also good for Russia.” Here’s a look at how Trump could roll back U.S. policies enacted under his predecessor. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Zionist youth movements celebrate Lviv roots with over 900 Ukrainian Jews
    Nov13

    Zionist youth movements celebrate Lviv roots with over 900 Ukrainian Jews

    “Lviv is one of the most important cities in the Jewish history, and in particular in the Zionist history.” …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    You make me want to nuke: The nuclear option may be the best environmental option too
    Nov13

    You make me want to nuke: The nuclear option may be the best environmental option too

    Smoke rises from the cooling towers of the nuclear power plant in Gundremmingen, southern Germany (Credit: Getty/Christof Stache) It’s a giant tea kettle — but unlike a cup of Cozy Chamomile, its contents can melt your flesh or deform your body. The pressure is the same as you’d find half a mile below the surface of the ocean. The...

    ‘The city is desecrating Jewish graves it seeks to commemorate’
    Nov13

    ‘The city is desecrating Jewish graves it seeks to commemorate’

    Jewish graves in Ukraine desecrated, remains uncovered as heavy machinery plows through Jewish cemetery. …read more Source: Arutz...

    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. Enter the lowly safety pin. That humble but practical device is fast gaining a higher...