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    Why the left should vote “Leave”
    Jun21

    Why the left should vote “Leave”

    Labour MP Kate Hoey speaks at a “Grassroots Out” event—an organisation that supports Britain leaving the European Union. 6th February 2016 ©NurPhoto/SIPA USA/PA Images : Brexit is the left-wing choice It’s getting towards the end now and both sides are going for the knockout. The Remain camp’s best shots are still fear and more fear,...

    [Ticker] France delays full adoption of Russia sanctions
    Jun21

    [Ticker] France delays full adoption of Russia sanctions

    France Tuesday said it wanted to confer with its parliament prior to formally extending Russia economic sanctions for another six months, but agreed to the move in principle. The other 27 EU states also agreed due to “Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine”, an EU official said. The sanctions expire on 31 July....

    Poroshenko says ‘no alternative’ to Russia sanctions
    Jun21

    Poroshenko says ‘no alternative’ to Russia sanctions

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Tuesday there was no alternative to European Union sanctions to pressure Russia to stick to a ceasefire agreement …read more Source: The Daily...

    Five stories in the news today, June 2
    Jun21

    Five stories in the news today, June 2

    Five stories in the news today from The Canadian Press: ——— CPP DEAL REACHED, PREMIUMS RISE IN 2019 Both Canadian workers and their employers will soon be on the hook for higher contributions to the Canada Pension Plan now that the federal government has an agreement with most of the provinces to revamp the program for the first time in nearly...

    Ukraine to send 1 million tourists to Turkey if tour prices remain same: Official
    Jun21

    Ukraine to send 1 million tourists to Turkey if tour prices remain same: Official

    The number of Ukrainian tourists visiting Turkey may hit 1 million over this year if tour operators do not raise tour package prices in the high season, a leading sector representative from Ukraine has said …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Russia Has Extended Embargo on Food Imports from Bulgaria by 1 Year
    Jun21

    Russia Has Extended Embargo on Food Imports from Bulgaria by 1 Year

    Russia has extended the embargo on imports of food products from Bulgaria by another year. This was announced by Bulgarian Agriculture Minister Desislava Taneva in Burgas on Monday, Darik radio quotes her as saying. The embargo was imposed due to the stance of Bulgaria in relation to the situation in Crimea and the Russian involvement there. The...

    Lithuania’s businesses in Palanga don’t expect tourist influx
    Jun21

    Lithuania’s businesses in Palanga don’t expect tourist influx

    Despite the opening of new air routes connecting Palanga with Minsk and Kiev, businesses in the Lithuanian seaside resort town do not expect an influx of tourists thus far, the Lietuvos Rytas daily reports on June 21st, cites LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Ukraine marks World Refugee day
    Jun21

    Ukraine marks World Refugee day

    The global refugee crisis is worsening. According to UN estimates, the number of people displaced by conflicts around the world has increased to 65.3 million …read more Source:...

    Trudeau to make first official visit to Ukraine
    Jun21

    Trudeau to make first official visit to Ukraine

    NNA – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will make his first official visit to Ukraine next month. The prime minister says he will make the trip after attending the NATO summit in Poland in early J …read more Source: National News...

    EU to Extend Russia Sanctions, Divided Over Next Steps
    Jun21

    EU to Extend Russia Sanctions, Divided Over Next Steps

    The European Union was divided on Monday (20/06) over how to end a stand-off with Moscow over the crisis in Ukraine, as Britain called for governments to maintain their tough stance and Slovakia said the current sanctions policy was untenable. …read more Source: The Jakarta...