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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Russia Sees Brexit Impact Widespread but Temporary
    Jun25

    Russia Sees Brexit Impact Widespread but Temporary

    Russia reacted to Britain’s vote to exit the European Union with a mix of pleasure, understanding and concern. Some Russian politicians celebrated the Brexit, taking aim at the EU and its Western allies. “Brexit reflects the crisis in the EU governance model,” tweeted senior Russian lawmaker Alexey Pushkov, adding that it was a “personal...

    Police to continue crackdown on quacks
    Jun25

    Police to continue crackdown on quacks

    Kathmandu, June 24 With more doctors being found to be earning medical degrees by submitting forged primary certificates, the Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police today said that it was scrutinising the credentials of nearly 18,000 licensed doctors. So far, the CIB has managed to round up as many 54 such doctors registered with Nepal...

    No Netflix, No Chill: In Russia, it’s Better to Purge than to Binge
    Jun25

    No Netflix, No Chill: In Russia, it’s Better to Purge than to Binge

    It’s not easy guarding the purity of the Russian state. In addition to the existential threats posed by rainbows, LGBT parades, Ukrainian libraries, and imported cheddar, Russia faces a new enemy: Netflix. In the West, we’ve long been familiar with the clear and present danger of Netflix. Who knows how much labor productivity has...

    Portugal faces greater challenge
    Jun25

    Portugal faces greater challenge

    LENS — Cristiano Ronaldo awoke from his Euro 2016 slumber in time to rescue Portugal from an early exit, but faces a greater challenge against a classy Croatia side that Portugal coach Fernando Santos called “sharks.” Ronaldo made history as the first player to score in four European Championships with a double in a thrilling 3-3 draw with...

    Terrorism: Finding a Way to Make the Guilty Pay
    Jun24

    Terrorism: Finding a Way to Make the Guilty Pay

    Everybody complains about the weather, but nobody does anything about it … and, sadly, the same might be said about state-sponsored terrorism. Far from making light of problem, I am looking for solutions that might actually trigger positive change, which is especially urgent for me because I currently work in Afghanistan. Just hours before...

    How Erdogan Rewrote History of the Great Arab Revolt
    Jun24

    How Erdogan Rewrote History of the Great Arab Revolt

    This month marks the 100th anniversary of the self-proclaimed “Great” Arab Revolt of 1916, launched against Ottoman rule from the Arabian Desert by Sharif Hussein, emir of Mecca. Thanks to a systematic decade-long campaign orchestrated by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the event will pass almost unnoticed in most Arab cities...

    British government was ‘overconfident’ and ‘superficial’ in EU referendum, says Putin
    Jun24

    British government was ‘overconfident’ and ‘superficial’ in EU referendum, says Putin

    “Brexit will have consequences for the United Kingdom, for all of Europe and for us, of course,” says Putin. Russian President Vladimir Putin today said the British government was “overconfident” and “superficial” in the EU referendum, and denied taking a position on Brexit. The organisation of the referendum was “nothing more than overconfidence...

    Analysis – ‘Brexit’ threatens to undermine US-Britain special relationship
    Jun24

    Analysis – ‘Brexit’ threatens to undermine US-Britain special relationship

    Britain’s decision to leave the European Union could send damaging shockwaves through the bedrock Anglo-American “special relationship,” raising questions about London’s willingness and ability to back U.S.-led efforts in global crises ranging from the Middle East to Ukraine. …read more Source: Channel...

    Russian President Putin blames Brexit on London’s ‘overconfidence’
    Jun24

    Russian President Putin blames Brexit on London’s ‘overconfidence’

    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday said the British government was “overconfident” and “superficial” in the EU referendum, and denied taking a position on Brexit. The organisation of the referendum was “nothing more than overconfidence and a superficial approach to solving fateful decisions for one’s...

    Brexit threatens to undermine US, Britain ‘special’ relationship
    Jun24

    Brexit threatens to undermine US, Britain ‘special’ relationship

    Britain’s decision to leave the European Union could send damaging shockwaves through the bedrock Anglo-American “special relationship,” raising questions about London’s willingness and ability to back US-led efforts in global crises ranging from the Middle East to Ukraine. The loss of the strongest pro-US voice within the 28-nation...