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    FT: Bulgarian and Greek Pipeline Aims to Cut Gas Dependency on Russia
    Oct18

    FT: Bulgarian and Greek Pipeline Aims to Cut Gas Dependency on Russia

    A small but important gas pipeline eases Southeast Europe’s dependency on Russia, the Financial Times notes in a story on the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (IGB). The development is part of the “moves to increase energy sector competition, boost cross­border supplies and decrease the region’s and Europe’s dependency on...

    Concert Honored Artist of Ukraine V. Holovko
    Oct18

    Concert Honored Artist of Ukraine V. Holovko

    Some notes from concert Honored Artist of Ukraine V. Holovko. 50 years of professional performance on the stage.(Деякі нотатки з концерту заслуженого діяча мистецтв України В. Головка. Відзначення ювілею – 50 років творчої діяльності.) …read more Source:...

    Pro-Kremlin separatists accuse Kiev of assassinating rebel commander
    Oct18

    Pro-Kremlin separatists accuse Kiev of assassinating rebel commander

    Pro-Kremlin separatists in Eastern Ukraine are seeking to determine persons behind the assassination of a rebel commanded seen by Ukraine as a war criminal. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    EU Foreign Ministers: No Sanctions on Russia
    Oct18

    EU Foreign Ministers: No Sanctions on Russia

    European countries will not impose sanctions against Russia for its military actions in Syria. Instead, the European Union wants to start talks this week about the future of Syria with neighboring countries and opposition groups. This was decided during a meeting of European foreign ministers in Luxembourg on Monday. Iran, Turkey and Saudi Arabia...

    EU says Russian assault on Aleppo may be war crime
    Oct18

    EU says Russian assault on Aleppo may be war crime

    Luxembourg – The European Union on Monday strongly condemned Russia for the bombardment of the Syrian city of Aleppo, saying devastating air strikes by Moscow and Damascus could amount to war crimes. More than 300,000 people have been killed since Syria’s conflict erupted in March 2011 (AFP Photo/Youssef Karwashan) mb.com.ph EU foreign...

    US, Europe mull sanctions on Russia over Aleppo
    Oct18

    US, Europe mull sanctions on Russia over Aleppo

    The United States and Europe are considering additional economic sanctions on Russia over its role in the Syrian regime’s assault on Aleppo. …read more Source:...

    Russia threatens ‘symmetrical’ response to US sanctions
    Oct18

    Russia threatens ‘symmetrical’ response to US sanctions

    Moscow will make a “symmetrical” response if Washington decides to impose new sanctions on Russia, a senior Russian diplomat said on Monday amid escalating tensions between the two powers over the Syria settlement. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Canada ‘very concerned’ about Russian hacking
    Oct18

    Canada ‘very concerned’ about Russian hacking

    MONTREAL: Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion said Monday he is very concerned about possible Russian hacking, following US accusations against the Kremlin. The nation’s top diplomat did not comment on the specific US allegations, but said he is “very concerned” about the possibility of Canada becoming the next target of Russian cyber...

    British ITV Network to Air Documentary about Jamaican Mary Seacole
    Oct18

    British ITV Network to Air Documentary about Jamaican Mary Seacole

    ITV, a British broadcasting network, will air a documentary about Jamaican Mary Seacole, who is the first black woman to be honored with a statue in the United Kingdom. Mary Seacole was honored with the statue for her work as a nurse during the Crimean War in the 19th century. Created by Martin Jennings, the statue includes a disc based on images...

    Erdogan’s talk of ‘kinsmen’ in Thrace raises concerns in Greece
    Oct17

    Erdogan’s talk of ‘kinsmen’ in Thrace raises concerns in Greece

    The Greek Foreign Ministry on Monday urged Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to respect international agreements, expressing concern that his statement on Saturday, that Ankara “cannot ignore” its kinsmen in Western Thrace, Cyprus and Crimea, could undermine regional stability. …read more Source:...