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    Estonia urges EU to grant visa freedom to Ukraine
    Jun10

    Estonia urges EU to grant visa freedom to Ukraine

    During the visit of Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin to Tallinn on June 9, Estonian Foreign Minister Marina Kaljurand has called on the European Union to grant visa freedom to Ukraine. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Day of history arrives for Bale and Wales
    Jun10

    Day of history arrives for Bale and Wales

    BORDEAUX (AFP) – Gareth Bale and Wales will play their inaugural European Championship finals game on Saturday mixing the joy of a special day with nerves over whether they can get back to winning ways.The Group B game against Slovakia will be the first time that a Wales team has appeared at a major tournament since June 19, 1958 in...

    Euro 2016 vs EU referendum: Which country is most anti-EU?
    Jun10

    Euro 2016 vs EU referendum: Which country is most anti-EU?

    Credits Christopher Furlong/Getty Images If the tournament was settled according to levels of Euroscepticism, England would go out in the quarter-finals Daily Briefing Friday, June 10, 2016 – 10:02am Euro 2016 is being held against a backdrop of confusion over the future of …read more Source: The...

    Russia: We will respond to entry of US naval vessel into Black Sea
    Jun10

    Russia: We will respond to entry of US naval vessel into Black Sea

    "Of course, this does not meet with our approval and will undoubtedly lead to response measures," RIA cited Andrei Kelin, a senior Foreign Ministry official, as saying about the USS Porter's movements. The Russian Foreign ministry said Moscow would respond to a U.S. naval ship’s entry into the Black Sea with unspecified...

    Georgia, Kosovo, Ukraine’s visa-free access to EU delayed – Wall Street Journal
    Jun10

    Georgia, Kosovo, Ukraine’s visa-free access to EU delayed – Wall Street Journal

    Hopes in Georgia, Ukraine and Kosovo that the European Union would approve their visa-free access to the bloc by the summer have faded in recent days amid a raft of new concerns raised by the bloc’s biggest member states, the Wall Street Journal reports. …read more Source:...

    Euro 2016 vs EU referendum: Which team likes Europe most?
    Jun10

    Euro 2016 vs EU referendum: Which team likes Europe most?

    Credits Carl Court/Getty Images Alt Text EU flags If the tournament was settled according to levels of Euroscepticism, England would still make it to the quarter-finals In Depth Friday, June 10, 2016 – 9:28am …read more Source: The...

    Where in the World Are We Going?
    Jun10

    Where in the World Are We Going?

    It seems that everywhere we turn in the world America is there: in the South China Sea, the Baltic states, Ukraine, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Libya, Cuba, South Korea, Mexico — the list goes on and on. And our role in all these places seems to go on and on, too. We hear more and more a relevant question: Do we have to be everywhere?...

    Liberals ‘considering’ NATO request that 1,000 Canadian troops be deployed in Eastern Europe
    Jun10

    Liberals ‘considering’ NATO request that 1,000 Canadian troops be deployed in Eastern Europe

    Eastern European NATO allies have been pressing Canada to deploy up to 1,000 soldiers into the region to bolster the alliance’s presence amid continued concerns about Russian aggression. The Liberal government says it is looking “actively considering options.” However, Eastern European diplomats say Ottawa has been giving “contradictory”...

    Floods, Strikes and Terrorist threats — Euro 2016 Debuts in France
    Jun10

    Floods, Strikes and Terrorist threats — Euro 2016 Debuts in France

    Floods, strikes and threats of another terrorist attack … the monthlong Euro 2016 football championship kicks off outside Paris Friday amid a raft of potential problems. Earlier in the week, Ukrainian police arrested a man suspected of plotting attacks during the games, just as fans begin arriving in France. But from the French capital, Lisa...

    [Ticker] Bulgaria and Slovakia sign gas pipeline deal
    Jun10

    [Ticker] Bulgaria and Slovakia sign gas pipeline deal

    Gas pipeline operators in Bulgaria and Slovakia, Bulgartransgaz and Eustream, signed on Thursday an agreement to seek EU funding to build a new Eastring pipeline for future gas supplies. Eastring was proposed by Slovakia after the EU suspended the South Stream project, a pipeline to deliver gas from Russia. Eastring would link Slovakia with...