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    Trudeau visits Auschwitz concentration camp, flying to Ukraine
    Jul10

    Trudeau visits Auschwitz concentration camp, flying to Ukraine

    KRAKOW, Poland — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is bound for Ukraine after an emotional visit to the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland today. A sombre Trudeau wiped away tears several times as he toured the notorious Second World War camp, where more than one million people, mostly Jews, were killed by the Nazis. Blue skies and warm...

    Ukraine will buy weapons from Canada – report
    Jul10

    Ukraine will buy weapons from Canada – report

    Ukraine and Canada will reportedly sign two agreements on cooperation in trade and defence spheres, Ukrainian media report referring to Ukrainian Ambassador in Ottawa Andriy Shevchenko. The Ukrainian diplomat did not rule out that the documents might be signed within the framework of the NATO summit in Warsaw featuring Ukraine’s President...

    Trudeau to visit Auschwitz concentration camp before flying to Ukraine
    Jul10

    Trudeau to visit Auschwitz concentration camp before flying to Ukraine

    Justin Trudeau will visit the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp today before flying to Ukraine after spending the past two days at the NATO leaders summit in Warsaw, Poland. Officials say the prime minister personally requested to see the site where more than 1 million people, mostly Jews, were murdered by the Nazis during the Second World...

    Obama vows US will ‘always’ stand by NATO allies
    Jul10

    Obama vows US will ‘always’ stand by NATO allies

    WARSAW: US President Barack Obama on Saturday vowed the United States would always stand by Europe as its NATO allies backed a “hard-headed” policy of deterrence and dialogue with Russia. “In good times, and in bad, Europe can count on the United States. Always,” Obama said after a NATO summit in Warsaw approved the alliance’s biggest...

    Farnborough faces fewer jet orders, as Boeing turns 100
    Jul10

    Farnborough faces fewer jet orders, as Boeing turns 100

    The aerospace industry is preparing to celebrate major milestones at the Farnborough Airshow next week as Boeing turns 100 and Canada’s Bombardier marks the entry into service of a new jet designed to challenge the duopoly of Boeing and Airbus. The July 11-17 event, which alternates with the Paris Airshow as the industry’s premier...

    NATO Leaders Agree with Bulgarian Call for Enhanced Regional Presence
    Jul10

    NATO Leaders Agree with Bulgarian Call for Enhanced Regional Presence

    The heads of state or government of NATO member countries agreed with the Bulgarian stance that there is need for enhanced presence of the Alliance in the Black Sea region. This was stated by President Rosen Plevneliev who headed the Bulgarian delegation at the two-day summit of NATO which took place in Warsaw on Friday and Saturday. Plevneliev...

    Police tighten security in Paris ahead of Euro 2016 final
    Jul10

    Police tighten security in Paris ahead of Euro 2016 final

    More than 5,000 French police are being deployed around the capital on Sunday ahead of the Euro 2016 football final between France and Portugal. Police officials in Paris said police will patrol the Stade de France stadium as well as the Fan Zones. About 1,900 officers will monitor the area near the Eiffel Tower, and another 3,400 the Champs...

    Pledges of continued support for Ukraine at NATO summit
    Jul10

    Pledges of continued support for Ukraine at NATO summit

    NATO has reiterated its support for Ukraine at a summit of the alliance in Warsaw. On Saturday, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called on… …read more Source:...

    Russia expels 2 US diplomats in retaliation for US evictions
    Jul10

    Russia expels 2 US diplomats in retaliation for US evictions

    MOSCOW — Russia says it has expelled two American diplomats who it claims were working undercover for the CIA, in retaliation for the U.S. expulsion of two Russians. The expulsions came in the wake of a scuffle between a Russian policeman and an American diplomat outside the U.S. embassy in Moscow in June. That diplomat is one of the two...

    Hollande asks for military action against Syrian Qaeda affiliate
    Jul10

    Hollande asks for military action against Syrian Qaeda affiliate

    French President Francois Hollande speaks at a press conference during the second day of the NATO Summit, in Warsaw, Poland, Saturday, July 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz) French President Francois Hollande has called for international action against an Al-Qaeda affiliate in Syria, warning that the recent losses sustained by the Islamic State...