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    Dutch PM may submit bill to revoke support for EU-Ukraine treaty on Monday
    Oct28

    Dutch PM may submit bill to revoke support for EU-Ukraine treaty on Monday

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Friday said that his government may submit a bill revoking Dutch support for the European Union-Ukraine treaty on Monday. …read more Source: The...

    Dutch PM may submit bill to revoke support for EU-Ukraine treaty Monday
    Oct28

    Dutch PM may submit bill to revoke support for EU-Ukraine treaty Monday

    Prime Minister Mark Rutte Friday said that his government may submit a bill revoking Dutch support for the European Union-Ukraine treaty Monday …read more Source: The Daily...

    View from Moscow: Positivity in Russia-West relations is vanishing  under our very eyes 
    Oct28

    View from Moscow: Positivity in Russia-West relations is vanishing  under our very eyes 

    ArmInfo. Positivity in Russia-West relations is vanishing under our very eyes, Russian analyst Sergey Markedonov told ArmInfo’s correspondent. “If prior to operation in Aleppo the West was considering Crimea, Donbass and Middle East as separate issues now they fit in common logic of Russian revisionism that poses serious threat to the...

    Gorbachev Appeals for Sanity, Dialogue
    Oct28

    Gorbachev Appeals for Sanity, Dialogue

    President Barack Obama drops by VP Joe Biden’s meeting with former Soviet Union President Mikhail Gorbachev in the Vice President’s Office, West Wing | 20 March 2009 | The Official White House Photostream / Pete Souza | public domain | FlickrBy John Scales AveryOSLO, Oct 28 2016 (IPS)President Mikhail Gorbachev, former leader of the...

    SitRep: Rebels Assault Aleppo, Russian Air Base; Exclusive: Monitor Drones Grounded in Ukraine
    Oct28

    SitRep: Rebels Assault Aleppo, Russian Air Base; Exclusive: Monitor Drones Grounded in Ukraine

    Putin Blames Obama for Syria; And Lots More …read more Source: Foreign...

    [Ticker] Migration and security top Germany’s EU agenda
    Oct28

    [Ticker] Migration and security top Germany’s EU agenda

    Tackling the migration crisis and improving security should be Europe’s main priorities in coming years, German finance minister Wolfgang Schaueble said on Friday in Bratislava. “We have to make sure our external borders are protected … we must do more to stabilise our neighbouring regions, including Ukraine,” he said at...

    Inflow of Ukrainian professionals welcomed by Polish employers
    Oct28

    Inflow of Ukrainian professionals welcomed by Polish employers

    Poland’s labor market is increasingly attractive to foreign professionals, including managers and IT specialists, especially from the country’s eastern neighbors, according to the daily Rzeczpospolita. In the first nine months of this year, around 100,000 applications were submitted to obtain legal residency in Poland, which is an...

    Countries OK World’s Largest Marine Reserve in Antarctica
    Oct28

    Countries OK World’s Largest Marine Reserve in Antarctica

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand—The countries that decide the fate of Antarctica’s waters reached an historic agreement on Friday to create the world’s largest marine protected area in the ocean next to the frozen continent. The agreement comes after years of diplomatic wrangling and high-level talks between the U.S. and Russia, which has...

    Iceland: 5 key facts to know about country
    Oct28

    Iceland: 5 key facts to know about country

    Here are five key facts about Iceland, which goes to the polls Saturday in an election set to shake up the political landscape.Volcanoes and glaciersSituated near the Arctic Circle, the Republic of Iceland consists of one large island — the 17th largest in the world — and several smaller ones.Surprisingly, given its location in the...

    International Monitor Quietly Drops Drone Surveillance of Ukraine War
    Oct28

    International Monitor Quietly Drops Drone Surveillance of Ukraine War

    The drones were repeatedly shot out of the sky by surface-to-air missiles. Suspending the program effectively blinds observers to numerous cease-fire violations. …read more Source: Foreign...