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    The Middle East Is Unraveling—and Obama Offers Words
    Mar11

    The Middle East Is Unraveling—and Obama Offers Words

    Anti-government protesters pray at Tahrir Square in Cairo. Amr Dalsh / ReutersJeffrey Goldberg has conducted the most extensive autopsy of President Obama’s foreign policy—and revealed that it is based on the doctrine that the best leader is the one who leads the least, and contemplates and talks the most. Obama is an impressive wordsmith....

    Ukraine referendum backers lose court case over polling stations
    Mar11

    Ukraine referendum backers lose court case over polling stations

    Supporters of the Dutch referendum on the EU’s treaty with Ukraine have again failed in their legal efforts to force… …read more Source:...

    Russians to stop shipping gas to Serbia via Ukraine in 2019
    Mar11

    Russians to stop shipping gas to Serbia via Ukraine in 2019

    Serbia will definitely be left without Russian gas shipped through Ukraine in 2019, “and will by then have to find a way to get gas.”Director of Serbia’s state-owned gas enterprise Srbijagas Dusan Bajatovic said this during Friday’s regional Conference “Energy efficiency and perspectives”, organized by Color...

    Crimea’s Forgotten Children Fight Back
    Mar11

    Crimea’s Forgotten Children Fight Back

    Repressed by Russia and abandoned by Ukraine, Crimean Tatars have turned to a low-level insurgency campaign in a bid not to be ignored. …read more Source: Foreign...

    A truly bone-chilling GOP debate: Why the most sedate one yet was also the scariest
    Mar11

    A truly bone-chilling GOP debate: Why the most sedate one yet was also the scariest

    Last night, GOP held its 547th presidential primary debate, once again featuring the final four, Trump, Cruz, Rubio and Kasich. It was a debate like no others we’ve seen, Shocking, in fact. Trump didn’t call anyone a nasty name. Nobody called anyone a liar. There were no fireworks at all. But that wasn’t what was shocking. It...

    Ukraine asks German doctors to examine pilot jailed in Russia (AFP)
    Mar11

    Ukraine asks German doctors to examine pilot jailed in Russia (AFP)

    Kiev (Ukraine) (AFP) – Ukraine said Friday it had asked German doctors to check on the health of Nadiya Savchenko, who has agreed to drink water but is still not eating in protest at her Russian trial. …read more Source: The West...

    Ukraine may legalize gay marriages
    Mar11

    Ukraine may legalize gay marriages

    The Orthodox Church is concerned. …read more Source: News.Az

    Protesters in Warsaw call on Russia to free Ukrainian pilot
    Mar11

    Protesters in Warsaw call on Russia to free Ukrainian pilot

    Over 100 protesters have demonstrated in front of the Russian embassy in Warsaw, demanding the release of Nadezhda Savchenko, a Ukrainian pilot held in Russia. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Ukraine asks German doctors to examine pilot jailed in Russia
    Mar11

    Ukraine asks German doctors to examine pilot jailed in Russia

    Ukraine said Friday it had asked German doctors to check on the health of Nadiya Savchenko, who has agreed to drink water but is still not eating in protest at her Russian trial …read more Source: The Daily...

    Bulgaria’s Imports from Third Countries Decreased in January
    Mar11

    Bulgaria’s Imports from Third Countries Decreased in January

    Exports of Bulgaria with third countries grew in January 2016 compared to the same month of 2015, while imports dropped in value, preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute shows. Exports increased by 6.3% amounting to BGN 1.164 B. Turkey, China, Egypt, Macedonia, Serbia, the United States, and Russia were the main export partners,...