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    Denmark tops global ‘happy’ index, Burundi at bottom
    Mar17

    Denmark tops global ‘happy’ index, Burundi at bottom

    NEW YORK: Denmark, closely followed by Switzerland, is again the happiest country in the world while crisis-torn Syria and Burundi are the most miserable, according to a global ranking released Wednesday. The 2016 World Happiness Report seeks to quantify happiness as a means of making societies healthier and more efficient. The United Nations...

    Trump victory a major global risk – EIU
    Mar17

    Trump victory a major global risk – EIU

    LONDON: The prospect of Donald Trump winning the US presidency represents a global threat on a par with jihadist militancy destabilizing the world economy, according to British research group EIU. In the latest version of its Global Risk assessment, the Economist Intelligence Unit ranked victory for the Republican front-runner at 12 on an index...

    Digital Journalism for Eastern Europe 2016
    Mar17

    Digital Journalism for Eastern Europe 2016

    Journalists from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine acquire smart skills and deep knowledge about mobile publishing, doing online research, and internet security. …read more Source:...

    EIU: Trump victory a major global risk
    Mar17

    EIU: Trump victory a major global risk

    LONDON: The prospect of Donald Trump winning the US presidency represents a global threat on a par with jihadist militancy destabilising the world economy, according to British research group EIU. In the latest version of its Global Risk assessment, the Economist Intelligence Unit ranked victory for the Republican front-runner at 12 on an index...

    Denmark tops global ‘happy’ index, Burundi at bottom
    Mar17

    Denmark tops global ‘happy’ index, Burundi at bottom

    NEW YORK: Denmark, closely followed by Switzerland, is the happiest country in the world while crisis-torn Syria and Burundi are the most miserable, according to a global ranking released Wednesday. The 2016 World Happiness Report seeks to quantify happiness as a means of making societies healthier and more efficient. The United Nations published...

    Tump victory a major global risk: EIU
    Mar17

    Tump victory a major global risk: EIU

    LONDON (AFP) – The prospect of Donald Trump winning the US presidency represents a global threat on a par with jihadist militancy destabilising the world economy, according to British research group EIU.In the latest version of its Global Risk assessment, the Economist Intelligence Unit ranked victory for the Republican front-runner at 12...

    Obama, G7 Powers Urge Russia To Free Ukrainian Pilot Savchenko
    Mar17

    Obama, G7 Powers Urge Russia To Free Ukrainian Pilot Savchenko

    News media are reporting that U.S. President Barack Obama and the world’s top economic powers are urging Russian President Vladimir Putin to release jailed Ukrainian pilot Nadia Savchenko. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian chief prosecutor back  at work despite resignation over graft allegations
    Mar17

    Ukrainian chief prosecutor back at work despite resignation over graft allegations

    KIEV: Ukraine’s top state prosecutor resumed his duties on Wednesday despite having formally resigned a month ago, prolonging the tenure of an official seen by the United States as an obstacle to tackling corruption. Viktor Shokin had gone on holiday after quitting on the insistence of President Petro Poroshenko. His resignation needs...

    The POLITICO Caucus participants: March 2016
    Mar17

    The POLITICO Caucus participants: March 2016

    Find the article with the results of POLITICO’s Caucus here. Anders Ahnlid, ambassador, Permanent Representation of Sweden to the EU, Brussels Joaquín Almunia, former vice president and European commissioner for competition; former leader of the Spanish opposition and minister of employment, Madrid Burkhard Balz, German MEP, European...

    Denmark tops global ‘happy’ index, Burundi at bottom
    Mar17

    Denmark tops global ‘happy’ index, Burundi at bottom

    Denmark lost to Switzerland in the 2015 version of the World Happiness Report but was named the happiest country once again in this year’s report/AFPNEW YORK, United States, Mar 17 – Denmark, closely followed by Switzerland, is again the happiest country in the world while crisis-torn Syria and Burundi are the most miserable, according to a...