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    President Ilham Aliyev met with Kiev Mayor in Munich
    Feb17

    President Ilham Aliyev met with Kiev Mayor in Munich

    President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has met with Mayor of Kiev, leader of the Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reform (UDAR) Vitali Klitschko in Munich …read more Source: Azerbaijan State News...

    Hapa kweli club hizi zilikula hasara ya pesa ndefu
    Feb17

    Hapa kweli club hizi zilikula hasara ya pesa ndefu

    Sio mara zote Ulaya wakifanua usajili unakuwa sahihi.Siku moja Pep Gurdiola alisema kitu kuhusu mshambuliaji wake mpta Gabriel Jesus Gurdiola alisema kumnunua Jesus ilikuwa kama tikiti maji hakuwa na uhakika na utamu wake hadi alipoliona ndani.Leo tujaribu kuona matikiti ambayo ndani ni mabaya,hii ni orodha ya baadhi ya sajili mbovu Uingereza....

    Why ‘Trumpcare’ could define Trump’s presidency
    Feb17

    Why ‘Trumpcare’ could define Trump’s presidency

    It’s difficult to enter a room nowadays without being dragged into a discussion about the latest Trump controversy: the Muslim ban, the Wall, the links to Russia, yet another attack on the media. While these are, of course, matters of great concern, there is one issue on Trump’s agenda which towers above everything else in terms of...

    World Leaders Will Be Hoping For Clarity on U.S. Priorities at the Munich Conference
    Feb17

    World Leaders Will Be Hoping For Clarity on U.S. Priorities at the Munich Conference

    BERLIN (AP) — Top world leaders, diplomats and defense officials are getting their first opportunity to meet with members of the Trump administration amid concerns over the new president’s commitment to NATO and posture toward Russia. Vice President Mike Pence, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly are...

    Russia Cautious on Flynn Resignation, Dismisses Tougher Ukraine Line
    Feb17

    Russia Cautious on Flynn Resignation, Dismisses Tougher Ukraine Line

    Russia reacted defensively and cautiously after the resignation of U.S. President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, Michael Flynn, considered among the most Kremlin-friendly in the new administration.Trump’s tougher stance on Crimea this week also ruffled feathers in Russia.VOA’s Moscow correspondent Daniel Schearf...

    Top Trump envoys signal no quick changes to U.S.-Russia ties
    Feb17

    Top Trump envoys signal no quick changes to U.S.-Russia ties

    BRUSSELS — The Trump administration signaled Thursday there will be no change soon in U.S.-Russian relations, putting the onus on Moscow to prove itself if it wants closer cooperation with Washington. Russia’s support for Ukrainian separatists was underscored as a test case of its willingness to change behavior. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine To Renew Search For Remains At MH17 Crash Site After Bone Found
    Feb17

    Ukraine To Renew Search For Remains At MH17 Crash Site After Bone Found

    Ukraine this spring will renew its search for human remains at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, Dutch Security and Justice Minister Stef Blok said on February 16. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russian touch in a Dutch vote has European officials on alert
    Feb17

    Russian touch in a Dutch vote has European officials on alert

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Harry van Bommel, a left-wing member of the Dutch Parliament, had persuasive allies in convincing voters that they should reject a trade pact with Ukraine — his special “Ukrainian team,” a gleefully contrarian group of émigrés whose sympathies lay with Russia. …read more Source: Pittsburgh...

    Pence heads to Europe on reassurance tour
    Feb17

    Pence heads to Europe on reassurance tour

    US Vice President Mike Pence will seek on Saturday to soothe allies unnerved by his boss’ unorthodox statements on Russia and NATO as he stresses America’s commitment to Europe during the first major foreign address for the Trump administration. Pence will tell the annual Munich Security Conference that Europe is an...

    Ukrainian Hacker Gets 41 Months Jail In U.S. For Stealing Credit Card Data
    Feb17

    Ukrainian Hacker Gets 41 Months Jail In U.S. For Stealing Credit Card Data

    A Ukrainian hacker was sentenced to 41 months in prison for a scheme using more than 13,000 computers to steal log-in and credit card information, U.S. prosecutors said on February 16. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...