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    German Foreign Minister says unclear if Russia sanctions will be renewed
    May31

    German Foreign Minister says unclear if Russia sanctions will be renewed

    BERLIN (Reuters) – German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Tuesday it was no secret that some EU states were sceptical about extending sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis and it was unclear if the 28-nation bloc would decide to renew them. …read more Source: The...

    The Seven Broken Guardrails of Democracy
    May31

    The Seven Broken Guardrails of Democracy

    A long time ago, more than 20 years in fact, the Wall Street Journal published a powerful, eloquent editorial, simply headlined: “No Guardrails.” In our time, the United States suffers every day of the week because there are now so many marginalized people among us who don’t understand the rules, who don’t think that rules of personal...

    Weather leaves Djokovic facing hectic Paris schedule
    May31

    Weather leaves Djokovic facing hectic Paris schedule

    Novak Djokovic will look to conquer both the weather and last-16 opponent Roberto Bautista Agut on Tuesday (Wednesday Manila time) with more bleak conditions forecast at Roland Garros. The French Open suffered its first washout since 2000 on Monday (Tuesday Manila time) when all scheduled matches were cancelled due to heavy rain, and there could...

    Ukraine says it cannot repay Russia $3 billion debt
    May31

    Ukraine says it cannot repay Russia $3 billion debt

    Ukraine and Russia are in a deadlock over the repayment of Kiev’s three billion dollar debt to Moscow. …read more Source:...

    Moscow’s fourth international airport opens despite downturn
    May31

    Moscow’s fourth international airport opens despite downturn

    MOSCOW: Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev opened the Zhukovsky airport about 40 kilometres southeast of Moscow city centre, Russian television reported. The new airport has a capacity of 2 million passengers per year, Rostec, the Russian state conglomerate that controls the airport’s operating company Ramport Aero, said in a statement. The...

    Freed pilot Savchenko sworn in as Ukrainian lawmaker
    May31

    Freed pilot Savchenko sworn in as Ukrainian lawmaker

    Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko, who spent two years in Russian custody before she was released last week, was sworn in as a lawmaker in the national parliament on Tuesday. Savchenko was elected a lawmaker in 2014 while she was in custody. She told fellow lawmakers in the Rada, the parliament in Kiev, that she would […] The post Freed pilot...

    Freed pilot Savchenko sworn in as Ukrainian lawmaker
    May31

    Freed pilot Savchenko sworn in as Ukrainian lawmaker

    Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko, who spent two years in Russian custody before she was released last week, was sworn in as a lawmaker in the national parliament on Tuesday. The post Freed pilot Savchenko sworn in as Ukrainian lawmaker appeared first on Inquirer News. …read more Source: The Philippine Daily...

    Freed pilot Savchenko sworn in as Ukrainian lawmaker
    May31

    Freed pilot Savchenko sworn in as Ukrainian lawmaker

    MOSCOW – Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko, who spent two years in Russian custody before she was released last week, was sworn in as a lawmaker in the national parliament on Tuesday. …read more Source: USA...

    Freed pilot Savchenko sworn in as Ukrainian lawmaker
    May31

    Freed pilot Savchenko sworn in as Ukrainian lawmaker

    Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko, who spent two years in Russian custody before she was released last week, has been sworn in as a lawmaker in the national parliament …read more Source: U.S....

    Bulgaria rises in world competitiveness list
    May31

    Bulgaria rises in world competitiveness list

    The yearbook of the Institute for Management Development (Switzerland) registering world competitiveness in 2016 Bulgaria ranks 50th among 61 economies. This is five positions better on 2015. However, this country remains one of the least competitive in Europe followed only by Greece, Croatia and Ukraine. The lack of dynamism in the economy and...