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    Turkey can’t Participate in NK Conflict Settlement Process: Skakov
    Jul23

    Turkey can’t Participate in NK Conflict Settlement Process: Skakov

    “Russia won’t change its position in NK conflict as a result of Russia-Turkey rapprochement,” Russian political scientist, expert on the South Caucasus issues, told 168.am reflecting to RF MFA official representative Maria Zakharova’s observations on the possibility of Turkey’s assistance in NK conflict peaceful settlement...

    Murder of Journalist Tarnishes Ukraine’s Revolution
    Jul23

    Murder of Journalist Tarnishes Ukraine’s Revolution

    The murder of a prominent journalist in Ukraine has highlighted worries that the country is turning into a failed state plagued by corruption and violence. …read more Source:...

    Azerbaijan conducting talks with foreign companies on joint drug output
    Jul23

    Azerbaijan conducting talks with foreign companies on joint drug output

    Azerbaijan is conducting negotiations with companies from Turkey, Ukraine, Germany and Switzerland for joint output of pharmaceutical products, Azerbaijan’s Economy Ministry said in a message. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria Says Gas Link with Romania to Be Completed in Autumn 2016
    Jul23

    Bulgaria Says Gas Link with Romania to Be Completed in Autumn 2016

    Bulgaria will have its gas interconnection with neigbouring Romania completed in the autumn, Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova has said. Petkova and her Romanian counterpart Victor Vlad Grigorescu on Saturday inspected the site of the construction of the underwater section of the gas link at Marten, in Ruse Region on the Bulgarian bank of the...

    Slain Journalist Sheremet To Be Buried In Minsk
    Jul23

    Slain Journalist Sheremet To Be Buried In Minsk

    A farewell ceremony honoring prominent Belarusian-born journalist Pavel Sheremet, who was killed in a car bombing in Kyiv on July 20, is taking place at Minsk’s Church of All Saints …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russian pranksters call heads of WADA, U.S. anti-doping agency
    Jul23

    Russian pranksters call heads of WADA, U.S. anti-doping agency

    Russian media published on Friday calls by two comedians to the heads of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) pretending to be Ukrainian Sports Minister Ihor Zhdanov. Pranskters Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexei Stolyarov separately called WADA President Craig Reedie and USADA chief executive Travis Tygart,...

    Ukraine’s corruption continues to cost the country dearly
    Jul23

    Ukraine’s corruption continues to cost the country dearly

    Their country is divided by a war that has killed thousands and displaced more than a million people. And yet when polled on which is more urgent — the war against pro-Russian rebels or the war against corruption — Ukrainians say it’s corruption, by a margin of more than two-to-one. Such is the scale of disgust with what is seen as rampant...

    Russian pranksters call WADA, US Anti-doping Agency
    Jul23

    Russian pranksters call WADA, US Anti-doping Agency

    Russian media published on Friday calls by two comedians to the heads of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) pretending to be Ukrainian Sports Minister Ihor Zhdanov. Pranskters Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexei Stolyarov separately called WADA President Craig Reedie and USADA chief executive Travis Tygart,...

    PHOTOS: Capital Ukrainian Festival in Ottawa
    Jul23

    PHOTOS: Capital Ukrainian Festival in Ottawa

    The Capital Ukrainian Festival is underway in Ottawa and runs through Sunday at the St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Shrine. On Friday, the Barvinok Ukrainian Dance School put on a show for those in attendance. Capital Ukrainian FestivalThe Capital Ukrainian Festival at the Ukrainian Catholic Shrine in Ottawa on Friday night. A member of...

    Hundreds pay homage to slain Ukraine reporter
    Jul23

    Hundreds pay homage to slain Ukraine reporter

    KIEV: Hundreds of mourners shed tears and laid flowers on Friday at the open casket of a top reporter whose targeted car-bomb slaying sent shock waves through Ukraine’s tight-knit journalistic community. Wednesday’s death of Pavel Sheremet — a 44-year-old columnist for Ukrainska Pravda — came 16 years after the beheading...