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    Futsal World Cup: Brazil beat Ukraine 3-1 in group D
    Sep12

    Futsal World Cup: Brazil beat Ukraine 3-1 in group D

    Brazil began the Futsal World Cup by defeating Ukraine 3-1 in their Group D opener. …read more Source:...

    Russia willing to settle Ukraine’s $3 billion debt out of court
    Sep12

    Russia willing to settle Ukraine’s $3 billion debt out of court

    Ed AdamczykMOSCOW, Sept. 12 (UPI) — Russia is willing to settle the question of $3 billion in Ukrainian debt out of court, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said Monday. …read more Source: United Press...

    Our Warped Understanding of ‘Strength’ in Foreign Policy
    Sep12

    Our Warped Understanding of ‘Strength’ in Foreign Policy

    Dan Drezner makes an important and often overlooked point: One could counter that Putin’s geopolitical grabs in Ukraine and Syria show his increasing influence — except that it’s worth remembering that in 2008, Putin had stable, loyal cronies in charge of both countries. He’s now lost Ukraine, and Syria is a war zone....

    Bulgaria’s Exports Grew 4% in 2015 – Final Data
    Sep12

    Bulgaria’s Exports Grew 4% in 2015 – Final Data

    Bulgaria exported BGN 44.949 M worth of goods last year, the National Statistical Institute (NSI)’s final data shows. The figure constitutes an increase of 4% compared to the previous year. The highest growth in exports was observed in March (24.4%), the largest fall having been in September (7.5%). Imports went slightly up, having been at...

    Why is Germany throwing a wild card into the UN leadership race?
    Sep12

    Why is Germany throwing a wild card into the UN leadership race?

    An eleventh-hour, unofficial candidate threatens to destabilise the contest. Hopes that the UN might appoint its first woman Secretary-General are about to be dealt a potentially fatal blow, if rumours that began circulating in New York at the end of last week are anything to go by. Experienced UN reporters claimed on Friday that Hungary, Latvia...

    Letter from jailed Ukrainian director Oleg Sentsov smuggled out of prison
    Sep12

    Letter from jailed Ukrainian director Oleg Sentsov smuggled out of prison

    Jailed for 20 years for activities in Crimea shortly after Putin annexed the peninsula, Sentsov urges defiance and wants to be a ‘nail in the coffin of a tyrant’The Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov, who is serving a 20-year sentence in Russia, has smuggled a defiant letter from his jail in deepest Siberia, comparing himself to a “nail...

    Editorial: Lukashenka’s Election Message to the West
    Sep12

    Editorial: Lukashenka’s Election Message to the West

    A. Lukashenka at the polling station on 11 September 2016 Two representatives of the opposition and civil society will end up in the newly-appointed Belarusian Parliament. This reflects not the true level of support of the opposition, but rather Aleksander Lukashenka’s willingness to demonstrate good will to the European Union. The West,...

    SitRep: Exclusive With Embattled Navy Officer; Syria Ceasefire Starts Monday
    Sep12

    SitRep: Exclusive With Embattled Navy Officer; Syria Ceasefire Starts Monday

    Russian War Games in Crimea; Pentagon Arsenal Plane Still Far Off; And Lots More …read more Source: Foreign...

    Stolen Dutch masterpieces ‘soon’ back at museum
    Sep12

    Stolen Dutch masterpieces ‘soon’ back at museum

    Jacob Waben’s painting ‘Vrouw Wereld’ (‘Lady World’) (1622), is among five stolen masterpieces to be returned to the Westfries Museum in the Netherlands © Westfries Museum/AFP/FileTHE HAGUE, Sep 12 – Five stolen 17th and 18th-century masterpieces will soon be returned from the Ukraine to the Dutch museum where they disappeared...

    Stolen Dutch masterpieces ‘soon’ back at museum (AFP)
    Sep12

    Stolen Dutch masterpieces ‘soon’ back at museum (AFP)

    The Hague (AFP) – Five stolen 17th and 18th-century masterpieces will soon be returned from the Ukraine to the Dutch museum where they disappeared from more than a decade ago, officials announced on Monday. …read more Source: The West...