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    Why is NATO Inducting Military Midgets Like Montenegro?
    Jan08

    Why is NATO Inducting Military Midgets Like Montenegro?

    Is NATO a military alliance or social club? The “North Atlantic” Treaty Organization invited Montenegro to join. With 2,080 men under arms, Podgorica is a military nullity. Having peacefully separated from Serbia years ago, Montenegro neither threatens nor is threatened by anyone. Adding it to NATO is like accumulating Facebook...

    Hungary PM vows block EU sanctions on Poland
    Jan08

    Hungary PM vows block EU sanctions on Poland

    ‘I call for more respect for the Poles because this is what they deserve,’ PM Orban says …read more Source: World...

    Hungary would block EU sanctions on Poland: Orban (AFP)
    Jan08

    Hungary would block EU sanctions on Poland: Orban (AFP)

    Budapest (AFP) – Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban, a key ally of Warsaw’s conservative government, said Friday that Budapest would move to block any EU sanctions on Poland. …read more Source: The West...

    Russian Hackers Behind Attack on Ukraine’s Power Grid, Researchers Claim
    Jan08

    Russian Hackers Behind Attack on Ukraine’s Power Grid, Researchers Claim

    The hacking attack left thousands of citizens in western Ukraine without power in December. Image by Juanedc on Flickr, CC BY 2.0. The alleged cyber-attack that led to a temporary outage of the Ukrainian power grid was likely perpetuated by Russian hackers, according to US researchers. The cybersecurity research team iSIGHT Partners told...

    Hungarian PM refuses to support EU sanctions against Poland
    Jan08

    Hungarian PM refuses to support EU sanctions against Poland

    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Friday flagged a veto on any possible European Union sanctions against Poland, a strong regional ally, following a recent meeting with the head of Poland’s ruling party. “The European Union should not think about applying any sort of sanctions against Poland, because that would require full unanimity...

    Kazakhstani tennis players to collide in men’s doubles finals in Australia
    Jan08

    Kazakhstani tennis players to collide in men’s doubles finals in Australia

    ASTANA. KAZINFORM – Kazakhstani tennis player Alexander Nedovesov and Denis Molchanov from Ukraine advanced to the finals in men’s doubles in Happy Valley (Australia). The prize fund of the tournament is 75 thousand US dollars. In the finals they will face another Kazakhstani Andrei Golubev and Italian Matteo Donati, Sports.kz...

    Live Blog: Ukraine In Crisis
    Jan08

    Live Blog: Ukraine In Crisis

    Follow all of the latest developments as they happen. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Hungary would veto EU’s sanctions against Poland – PM
    Jan08

    Hungary would veto EU’s sanctions against Poland – PM

    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has announced that his country would veto any possible EU sanctions against Poland.”The European Union should not think about applying any sort of sanctions against Poland, because that would require full unanimity and Hungary will never support any sort of sanctions against Poland,” Orban said,...

    Home Schooling Amid A Military Standoff In Eastern Ukraine
    Jan08

    Home Schooling Amid A Military Standoff In Eastern Ukraine

    The village of Zaytsevo, near Horlivka in eastern Ukraine, is split down the middle by checkpoints and armed forces. On one side is the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic. On the other side are Ukrainian government forces. Sporadic shelling strikes the town in spite of a cease-fire. Some children are separated from their school by...

    Dutch PM to campaign for Yes in EU-Ukraine referendum
    Jan08

    Dutch PM to campaign for Yes in EU-Ukraine referendum

    The Dutch government plans to campaign for a Yes in an upcoming referendum on the EU-Ukraine free-trade agreement. …read more Source:...