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    Ukraine’s Georgian corruption fighter sets his sights higher
    Jul25

    Ukraine’s Georgian corruption fighter sets his sights higher

    Mikhail Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia, has brought his corruption-fighting record to his job as governor of the Odessa region in Ukraine. …read more Source: FOX...

    Ukraine’s Georgian corruption fighter sets his sights higher
    Jul25

    Ukraine’s Georgian corruption fighter sets his sights higher

    Saakashvili passionately described plans for European-style reforms, including restructuring the police force and customs service, which he said will determine the future not only of Ukraine but of the entire post-Soviet region. In an example of the corruption Saakashvili is trying to fight, Estonian businessman Marcel Vichmann was forced to stop...

    “Nubar” Ensemble of Public Radio of Armenia to participate in 37th Euroradio and 24th Viljandi Folk Festivals
    Jul25

    “Nubar” Ensemble of Public Radio of Armenia to participate in 37th Euroradio and 24th Viljandi Folk Festivals

    The Public Radio of Armenia will take part in the 37th Euroradio and 24th Viljandi Folk Festivals. From 28 to 31 July, the 37th Euroradio Folk Festival (EFF) will be held in Estonia, in conjunction with the 24th Viljandi Folk Festival, where some 50 artists/bands will perform (Armenia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, South Korea,...

    Team Kazakhstan to Play Russia in Davis Cup World Group Play-offs
    Jul25

    Team Kazakhstan to Play Russia in Davis Cup World Group Play-offs

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – The Davis Cup World Group play-off draw took place in London. The Kazakh men’s national team learned it will play its Russian counterparts Sept. 16-18 in an away match. Russian Tennis Federation President Shamil Tarpishchev noted earlier if the...

    Ukraine’s Georgian Corruption Fighter Sets His Sights Higher
    Jul25

    Ukraine’s Georgian Corruption Fighter Sets His Sights Higher

    Mikhail Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia, has brought his corruption-fighting record to his job as governor of the Odessa region in Ukraine …read more Source: ABC...

    Ukraine’s Georgian corruption fighter sets his sights higher
    Jul25

    Ukraine’s Georgian corruption fighter sets his sights higher

    ODESSA, Ukraine (AP) — Mikhail Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia, has brought his corruption-fighting record to his job as governor of the Odessa region in Ukraine…. …read more Source: Associated...

    Viva-Cell MTS offers roaming in Europe at special tariffs
    Jul25

    Viva-Cell MTS offers roaming in Europe at special tariffs

    Till October 31, 2016, in ten European countries – Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Spain, Italy, Greece, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Czech Republic and France – VivaCell-MTS subscribers can pay just AMD 55/minute for incoming calls and outgoing calls made via “Call to Armenia” service, according to the Company’s...

    Jitters In Ukraine As Politically Charged Religious Processions Approach Kyiv
    Jul25

    Jitters In Ukraine As Politically Charged Religious Processions Approach Kyiv

    Two religious processions converging on Kyiv — one from the east, another from the west — have Ukrainian authorities warning that provocations could spark violence in the capital. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Europe Can’t Save the South China Sea
    Jul25

    Europe Can’t Save the South China Sea

    Emanuele Scimia Security, Asia America is on its own. The United States and European Union reacted quite differently to the recent South China Sea arbitration ruling, with the European bloc distancing itself from the transatlantic ally’s sharpest approach to the issue. Washington bluntly called on Beijing to respect the legal decision...

    If Ukraine Wants the ICC’s Help, It Must Play by the ICC’s Rules
    Jul25

    If Ukraine Wants the ICC’s Help, It Must Play by the ICC’s Rules

    Valentyna Polunina, Andreas Umland Politics, Eurasia Kiev can’t have its cake and eat it too. Since Russia’s seizure of Crimea and its aggression in eastern Ukraine, many in Kiev have taken to the idea of enlisting the help of the International Criminal Court in The Hague to punish those responsible and discourage further...