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    U.S. and NATO should End New Cold War with Russia
    May21

    U.S. and NATO should End New Cold War with Russia

    U.S. and NATO should end New Cold War with Russia By Doug Bandow The NATO-Russia Council recently met in Brussels for the first time in nearly two years. “We are not afraid of dialogue,” announced alliance Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg. Alas, the talks didn’t get very far. Afterward he explained: “it was reconfirmed...

    Average life expectancy for Armenia is 74.8 years, according to World Health Statistics: Monitoring Health for the SDGs
    May21

    Average life expectancy for Armenia is 74.8 years, according to World Health Statistics: Monitoring Health for the SDGs

    The average life expectancy in Armenia is 74.8 years, according to the World Health Organization. The World Health Statistics 2016: Monitoring health for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) says that that dramatic gains in life expectancy have been made globally since 2000, but major inequalities persist within and among countries. Life...

    Russia mysteriously shut down its equivalent to the DEA
    May21

    Russia mysteriously shut down its equivalent to the DEA

    Thomson ReutersThe Federal Drug Control Service (FSKN), the Russian equivalent of the DEA, has been dismantled in a sudden move that apparently took the head of the agency completely by surprise. Viktor Ivanov who, like Vladimir Putin, is a former KGB agent, has been in the Russian leader’s inner circle for decades. Following the shutdown,...

    MH17 victim families sue Putin, Russia in European rights court
    May21

    MH17 victim families sue Putin, Russia in European rights court

    Families of victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, which was shot down over Ukraine in 2014, are suing President Vladimir Putin and Russia for Aus$10 million each in the European Court of Human Rights, The Sydney Morning Herald reported Saturday …read more Source: The Daily...

    Russia’s envoy to NATO says isolation policy has failed
    May21

    Russia’s envoy to NATO says isolation policy has failed

    Russia’s ambassador to NATO Alexander Grushko said that the alliance’s policy of isolating Moscow has been a failure. NATO’s strategy is, in fact, damaging to the military alliance, Grushko said to journalists in Brussels Saturday: “It is clear that if NATO continues to implement policies announced at the 2014 Wales Summit, it...

    Obama’s Asian nuclear nightmare
    May21

    Obama’s Asian nuclear nightmare

    President Barack Obama’s trip to Asia next week will be anchored by a stop in Hiroshima, where he will focus on its dark nuclear past. But Obama’s visit comes at a moment when U.S. and Asian officials fear the region is entering a newly dangerous atomic future, threatening Obama’s vow to roll back the spread of nuclear arms and...

    Turkish envoy calls on businessmen to invest in Ukraine
    May21

    Turkish envoy calls on businessmen to invest in Ukraine

    International Turkish Ukrainian Businessmen Association opens new branch in western Ukrainian city Lviv …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Cyclists protest against lawlessness on roads in Kiev
    May21

    Cyclists protest against lawlessness on roads in Kiev

    As cycling is becoming popular in the Ukrainian capital Kiev, the campaign for safer traffic rules and better infrastructure is gaining momentum. …read more Source:...

    Thorbjørn Jagland: ECHR Ruling on Turkey’s Terror Laws Can Help in Dispute with EU
    May21

    Thorbjørn Jagland: ECHR Ruling on Turkey’s Terror Laws Can Help in Dispute with EU

    Minutes after Bulgaria’s rotating chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers with the Council of Europe had come to an end, CoE Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland has agreed to talk to Novinite about the priorities touched during the committee’s sessions, key issues Bulgaria is facing, and problems in other countries. Mr Jagland, who...

    Romania’s Cirstea to meet Ukraine’s Svitolina in 1st round of Roland Garros
    May21

    Romania’s Cirstea to meet Ukraine’s Svitolina in 1st round of Roland Garros

    Romanian tennis player Sorana Cirstea will play Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina in round one of the French Open 2016 women’s singles event, the second Grand Slam tournament of the year. …read more Source:...