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    Reactors at Bulgaria’s Kozloduy Nuclear Plant ‘among Most Dangerous in Europe’
    Mar15

    Reactors at Bulgaria’s Kozloduy Nuclear Plant ‘among Most Dangerous in Europe’

    Reactors at the Kozloduy nuclear power plant in Bulgaria are considered to be among the most dangerous in Europe, a report at German daily Der Tagesspiegel [DE] reads.It also cites a number of safety concerns raised in 2013 by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the global energy watchdog (even though some of the recommendations have...

    Chances of Ukraine technocrat government fade after talks stall
    Mar15

    Chances of Ukraine technocrat government fade after talks stall

    The chances of Ukraine forming a new technocrat government to replace Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk faded on Tuesday after cross-party talks failed to produce a breakthrough, likely prolonging a months-long political crisis. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukraine passes key bill required for visa-free travel to EU
    Mar15

    Ukraine passes key bill required for visa-free travel to EU

    The newly passed legislation establishes public oversight over the assets of high-ranking officials and their relative …read more Source: World...

    Beeline Armenia and RUEA launch 3rd phase of joint program supporting youth in implementing their business-ideas
    Mar15

    Beeline Armenia and RUEA launch 3rd phase of joint program supporting youth in implementing their business-ideas

    Jointly with Republican Union of Employers of Armenia (RUEA) Beeline announces the end of the second phase of “Raising the Competitiveness of Young People on Job Market” program and the beginning of the third one. The program is implemented within Beeline “Make Your Mark” global strategy. As the press-service of the...

    Europe-Russia mission departs on hunt for life on Mars
    Mar15

    Europe-Russia mission departs on hunt for life on Mars

    BAIKONUR, Kazakhstan — A joint European-Russian mission aiming to search for traces of life on Mars left Earth’s orbit Monday at the start of a seven-month unmanned journey to the Red Planet, space agency managers said. The Proton rocket carrying the Trace Gas Orbiter to examine Mars’ atmosphere and a descent module that will conduct...

    Ukrainian party has buried idea of technocrat government: president’s party
    Mar15

    Ukrainian party has buried idea of technocrat government: president’s party

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s reformist Samopomich party has effectively buried lawmakers’ plans to replace Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk’s government with a technocrat cabinet, a senior lawmaker in President Petro Poroshenko’s party said on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian party has buried idea of technocrat government – president's party
    Mar15

    Ukrainian party has buried idea of technocrat government – president's party

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s reformist Samopomich party has effectively buried lawmakers’ plans to replace Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk’s government with a technocrat cabinet, a senior lawmaker in President Petro Poroshenko’s party said on Tuesday. …read more Source: The...

    Ukrainian party has buried idea of technocrat government – president’s party
    Mar15

    Ukrainian party has buried idea of technocrat government – president’s party

    Ukraine’s reformist Samopomich party has effectively buried lawmakers’ plans to replace Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk’s government with a technocrat cabinet, a senior lawmaker in President Petro Poroshenko’s party said on Tuesday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukrainian party has buried idea of technocrat government: president’s party
    Mar15

    Ukrainian party has buried idea of technocrat government: president’s party

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s reformist Samopomich party has effectively buried lawmakers’ plans to replace Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk’s… …read more Source:...

    “What if?” history books normally annoy me – but History’s People is an exception
    Mar15

    “What if?” history books normally annoy me – but History’s People is an exception

    Margaret MacMillan’s selection of neglected voices in History’s People reminds us how individual choices and actions come to shape our world. Counterfactual history – also known as “What if?” history – bores me. Too often, the questions asked are predictable. What if the Spanish Armada had landed successfully in England? Would modern...