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    Malaysia shuts down first sharia-compliant airline
    Jun14

    Malaysia shuts down first sharia-compliant airline

    Rayani Air, Malaysia’s first Islamic-compliant airline, has been shut down, regulators said Monday, months after it was suspended from flying for breaching aviation regulations. The carrier launched only in December with Muslim flight crew wearing the hijab while non-Muslim members were forbidden from wearing revealing clothing. In-flight...

    Savchenko to visit Lithuania
    Jun14

    Savchenko to visit Lithuania

    Former Russian political prisoner, current Ukrainian MP Nadya Savchenko is this summer planning to visit Lithuania to take part in a conference and visit Ukrainian soldiers receiving treatment in Lithuanian hospitals. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Could Turkey get closer to Armenia just to anger Russia?
    Jun14

    Could Turkey get closer to Armenia just to anger Russia?

    Turkey managed to avoid reacting strongly against Moscow during both the Russia–Georgia conflict in 2008 and the Russia–Ukraine conflict in 2014 …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    NATO sends 4,000 troops to Baltic to halt Russia
    Jun14

    NATO sends 4,000 troops to Baltic to halt Russia

    NATO is to deploy 4,000 troops to Poland and the Baltic States to bolster their defences against Russia. …read more Source:...

    Estonia allocates EUR 2.8 mln for development cooperation in Eastern Partnership countries
    Jun14

    Estonia allocates EUR 2.8 mln for development cooperation in Eastern Partnership countries

    The Estonian Foreign Ministry will support 43 new development cooperation projects in Eastern Partnership countries Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine with more than 2.8 million euros, informs LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Torn between two places, some Crimean athletes may miss Rio
    Jun14

    Torn between two places, some Crimean athletes may miss Rio

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Crimean Artur Ayvazyan won gold in rifle shooting at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, competing under Ukraine’s flag. After Russia’s annexation of …read more Source: Taiwan...

    Torn between two places, some Crimean athletes may miss Rio
    Jun14

    Torn between two places, some Crimean athletes may miss Rio

    Two years after from Russia’s annexation of Crimea, athletes from the Black Sea peninsula are split between Russia and Ukraine and could win medals for both countries at August’s Olympics in Rio …read more Source: U.S....

    Russian hooligans see themselves as Kremlin foot soldiers
    Jun14

    Russian hooligans see themselves as Kremlin foot soldiers

    Football Soccer – Euro 2016 – Marseille, France 11/6/16 Police disperse revellers at the old port of Marseille after the England v Russia – Group B match. Photo: REUTERS/FILE MOSCOW: Ultra-nationalist and schooled in their country’s historical grievances, Russian soccer hooligans see themselves as fighting the Kremlin’s geopolitical...

    Torn between two places, some Crimean athletes may miss Rio
    Jun14

    Torn between two places, some Crimean athletes may miss Rio

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Crimean Artur Ayvazyan won gold in rifle shooting at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, competing under Ukraine’s flag. After… …read more Source:...

    News24.com | Nato to deploy ‘robust’ battalions in Poland
    Jun14

    News24.com | Nato to deploy ‘robust’ battalions in Poland

    Nato will deploy four international battalions to Poland and the three Baltic states as part of the wider pushback against Russia’s intervention in Ukraine, alliance head Jens Stoltenberg says. …read more Source:...