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    US metal-tariffs showdown at WTO to shake world trade order
    Mar24

    US metal-tariffs showdown at WTO to shake world trade order

    Move over Russia, Ukraine and Saudi Arabia. The US looks set to join the group of countries embroiled in disputes at the World Trade Organization involving curbs imposed on national-security grounds.China said it would complain to the WTO about US President Donald Trump’s import tariffs on steel and aluminium after failing to win an...

    Did Iraq Ever Become A Just War?
    Mar24

    Did Iraq Ever Become A Just War?

    The week of the 15th anniversary of the Iraq War is ending. If past anniversaries are any guide, as that period closes, so will end the brief moment of reflection on the causes and consequences of the war—the mistakes that led to it and the damage that followed. All these years later, we’re still grappling with how it began, but that...

    Ryanair now flying to Ukraine
    Mar24

    Ryanair now flying to Ukraine

    Irish no-frills carrier Ryanair has said it’s launching its first routes from European cities to Ukraine. The announcement rekindles a deal the airline walked away from last year in the face of alleged protectionism.Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary announced the deal at a briefing at Kyiv’s...

    Video clip of Union of Armenians of Ukraine dedicated to Genocide to be screened on sidelines 
of Cannes Film Festival
    Mar24
    Kazakh boxers win four gold medals at international tournament in Warsaw
    Mar24

    Kazakh boxers win four gold medals at international tournament in Warsaw

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – Kazakh boxers recorded impressive results at the recent 25th Feliks Stamm International Tournament in Poland. Ilyas Suleimenov. Photo credit: Kazakhstan Box Federation. Ilyas Suleimenov won the gold medal in the up to 56 kg category, defeating Mohammad...

    Russia might seem weakened, but we still need the security offered by Nato
    Mar24

    Russia might seem weakened, but we still need the security offered by Nato

    After the Salisbury poisoning, Britain could rely on the unanimous support of France, Germany and the US in condemning the attack At the start of the year, Boris Johnson invited a group of journalists for an impromptu drinks party at his private rooms in the Foreign Office. As reported by Politico, there was a short policy pamphlet on the top of...

    Miami Open: Monica Puig stuns Caroline Wozniacki; Naomi Osaka’s run over
    Mar24

    Miami Open: Monica Puig stuns Caroline Wozniacki; Naomi Osaka’s run over

    Monica Puig shrugged off an opening set bagel to rally for a 0-6 6-4 6-4 victory over world number two Caroline Wozniacki in the second round of the Miami Open on Friday. Australian Open champion Wozniacki breezed through the opener in just 25 minutes before world number 82 Puig started the comeback. Puig broke Wozniacki’s serve in the...

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Saturday 24 Mar 2018
    Mar24

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Saturday 24 Mar 2018

    Owen Smith sacked over second referendum article Owen Smith has been sacked by Jeremy Corbyn after he demanded a second vote once EU talks have ended. In an article for The Guardian, the shadow Northern Ireland secretary broke ranks with official Labour Party policy. The dismissal has caused controversy: Labour peer Peter Hain described it as a...

    Regional Museum of History in Sliven makes donation to Bessarabian Bulgarians in Moldova and Ukraine
    Mar24

    Regional Museum of History in Sliven makes donation to Bessarabian Bulgarians in Moldova and Ukraine

    The Regional Museum of History (RMH) in Sliven has donated a few of its publications to the Hristo Botev Library in Chisinau, Moldova. The library was founded in 1992 by the Bulgarian diaspora in Moldova and is a subsidiary of the city library there. The books in it feature classical works of Bulgarian literature with the most popular being books...

    What happened to Ukraine’s border wall against Russia?
    Mar24

    What happened to Ukraine’s border wall against Russia?

    Announced in 2014 as a defence border, lack of funds and corruption charges stall building with 15 percent constructed. …read more Source: AL...