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    Russian Black Sea Pipeline Options ‘Shouldn’t Be Forgotten’ – Deputy PM
    May19

    Russian Black Sea Pipeline Options ‘Shouldn’t Be Forgotten’ – Deputy PM

    Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister has said alternative options to have a Russian pipeline build under the Black Sea should be taken into account.”I am not referring to a continuation of halted South Stream,” Donchev has made clear. South Stream is an abandoned pipeline project that was to carry gas to Central Europe under the Black Sea...

    SOCAR commissions floating gas station in Ukraine
    May19

    SOCAR commissions floating gas station in Ukraine

    The floating gas station will supply yachts, cruisers and boats with fuel, reported Ukrainian media on May 18. …read more Source:...

    Seven People Killed in Azerbaijani AN-12 Plane Crash in Afghanistan
    May19

    Seven People Killed in Azerbaijani AN-12 Plane Crash in Afghanistan

    Baku/19.05.16/Turan: A freight plane of Azerbaijan’s Silk Way airline crashed on Wednesday in Afghanistan, killing seven of its nine crew members, Azerbaijan’s civil aviation administration said (Reuters). It said the plane had crashed after taking off from Dwyer airport in Afghanistan. The crew were from Azerbaijan, Ukraine and...

    150 Danish soldiers to be stationed in Estonia to ward off Russian advances
    May19

    150 Danish soldiers to be stationed in Estonia to ward off Russian advances

    Some 150 Danish soldiers will join a British-led coalition of over 6,000 NATO forces in Estonia to halt Russia’s advances in the region, Politiken reports. They will help to deter Russia from continuing its aggressive security policies in the region – the same policies that have recently led to the war in eastern Ukraine and the annexation...

    Ukraine may cancel “Eurovision”
    May19

    Ukraine may cancel “Eurovision”

    Finance Minister called to the sober assessment of the country’s budget possibilities. …read more Source: News.Az

    51 Islamic nations do not want transgender and gay groups to attend UN AIDS conference
    May19

    51 Islamic nations do not want transgender and gay groups to attend UN AIDS conference

    Major Western nations are protesting a move to block gay and transgender groups from attending a high-level United Nations conference on AIDS. A letter from Egypt on behalf of 51 countries in the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation asked that 11 organisations not be allowed to attend the conference next month. The letter, dated April 26 and...

    Report Shows People Across The Globe Willing To Help Refugees
    May19

    Report Shows People Across The Globe Willing To Help Refugees

    Despite what their governments might say, citizens around the world are overwhelmingly open to the idea of helping refugees. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Clinton’s Hawk-in-Waiting
    May19

    Clinton’s Hawk-in-Waiting

    The other day, a question popped up on a Facebook thread I was commenting on: “Where is Victoria Nuland?” The short answer, of course, is that she is still holding down her position as assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs. But a related question begs for a more expansive response: Where will Victoria Nuland be after...

    Former Ukraine president claims innocence regarding 2014 killings
    May19

    Former Ukraine president claims innocence regarding 2014 killings

    Former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych says he is ready to testify in court on events of the country’s civil unrest back in 2014. …read more Source:...

    Muslim nations block gay groups from UN Aids conference
    May19

    Muslim nations block gay groups from UN Aids conference

    UNITED NATIONS — Major Western nations are protesting a move to block gay and transgender groups from attending a high-level United Nations conference on AIDS. A letter from Egypt on behalf of 51 countries in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation asked that 11 organizations not be allowed to attend the conference next month. The letter, dated...