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    Nobel laureate makes grim assessment of post-Soviet life
    Jun11

    Nobel laureate makes grim assessment of post-Soviet life

    HAY-ON-WYE, Wales (AP) — In the view of Nobel literature laureate Svetlana Alexievich, Russia is taking refuge in ideas from its Soviet past, but this nostalgia collides with newer, darker forces. In an interview with The Associated Press at the Hay Festival of literature, the 68-year-old Alexievich assessed what she has learned from decades of...

    NATO Is Holding The Biggest Exercise In Poland In A Decade, And Russia Is Not Happy
    Jun11

    NATO Is Holding The Biggest Exercise In Poland In A Decade, And Russia Is Not Happy

    A column of Strykers, the US Army’s eight-wheeled, 20-ton fighting machines, trundled across the narrow pontoon bridge to meet the Russian intruders in central Poland. Less than an hour earlier, a mixed team of German and British engineers had taken to the Vistula River with 30 giant M3 amphibious rigs to build a bridge almost a quarter of...

    Crimea unveils gun-toting statue to celebrate Russian annexation
    Jun11

    Crimea unveils gun-toting statue to celebrate Russian annexation

    SIMFEROPOL: The authorities in Crimea on Saturday unveiled a bronze statue of a heavily armed Russian soldier to celebrate the peninsula’s 2014 annexation from Ukraine. The slightly larger-than-life sculpture in Crimea’s main city of Simferopol shows a soldier carrying a Kalashnikov and wearing rounds of ammunition on his chest. A...

    Crimea unveils gun-toting statue to celebrate Russian annexation
    Jun11

    Crimea unveils gun-toting statue to celebrate Russian annexation

    The authorities in Crimea on Saturday unveiled a bronze statue of a heavily armed Russian soldier to celebrate the peninsula’s 2014 annexation from Ukraine. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Karabakh conflict to be mulled at NATO PA seminar in Ukraine
    Jun11

    Karabakh conflict to be mulled at NATO PA seminar in Ukraine

    …read more Source: Today.Az

    What Exactly Would It Mean to Have Trump’s Finger on the Nuclear Button?
    Jun11

    What Exactly Would It Mean to Have Trump’s Finger on the Nuclear Button?

    Donald Trump, December 15, 2015: “The biggest problem we have is nuclear—nuclear proliferation and having some maniac, having some madman go out and get a nuclear weapon. That’s in my opinion that is the single biggest problem that our country faces right now.” Hillary Clinton, June 2, 2016: “This is not someone who should ever have the...

    Karabakh conflict to be mulled at NATO PA seminar in Ukraine
    Jun11

    Karabakh conflict to be mulled at NATO PA seminar in Ukraine

    Azerbaijani MPs Kamran Bayramov and Malahat Ibrahimgizi will discuss the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict at the 92nd seminar of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly (PA), to be held in Kyiv, Ukraine, Trend learned from the Azerbaijani parliament June 11. …read more Source:...

    Kievyan Street Farmer’s Market in Yerevan Reopens
    Jun11

    Kievyan Street Farmer’s Market in Yerevan Reopens

    Armenian Minister of Agriculture Sergo Karapetyan and Yerevan Mayor Taron Margaryan were on hand today for the annual reopening of the farmer’s market on Kievyan Street in Yerevan. …read more Source:...

    Rival Pro-Western, Pro-Russian Rallies Taking Place in Downtown Sofia
    Jun11

    Rival Pro-Western, Pro-Russian Rallies Taking Place in Downtown Sofia

    Rival pro-Western and pro-Russian protests were held in the centre of the Bulgarian capital on Saturday. Pro-Western sympathisers were first to stage their rally in support of Bulgaria’s membership to the EU and NATO and against the so-called “Fifth Column” of Russia in Bulgaria. Tens of people gathered in front of the building of the...

    Ukraine’s Savchenko: Without Peace, The War ‘Will Last Forever’
    Jun11

    Ukraine’s Savchenko: Without Peace, The War ‘Will Last Forever’

    Ukrainian airwoman and lawmaker Nadia Savchenko, released from Russian captivity last month, discusses negotiating with Russia-backed separatists, the need for new blood in parliament, and political “senility” in the Kremlin. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...