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    Katy Perry: Singer calls Selena Gomez “dumb” on Twitter?
    May13

    Katy Perry: Singer calls Selena Gomez “dumb” on Twitter?

    Katy Perry is not splitting from Orlando Bloom after he was seen flirting with Selena Gomez in Vegas but is she now attacking the 'other woman' in her recent tweet? Katy Perry has no plans of leaving boyfriend, Orlando Bloom after he was spotted flirting and kissing with his old fling, Selena Gomez in Vegas. Instead, she’s going...

    IMF chief: Nothing positive for UK from Brexit
    May13

    IMF chief: Nothing positive for UK from Brexit

    LONDON — Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, warned on Friday that a Brexit would be undoubtedly negative for the U.K. economy. “We have on occasions been wrong,” she said. “But on the negative consequences of a vote to leave, we have done our homework and there isn’t anything positive to be expected out...

    UK referendum: Campaign scorecard
    May13

    UK referendum: Campaign scorecard

    The week the gloves came off. With local and regional elections out the way, Westminster threw itself into the referendum campaign and both sides got personal. David Cameron and Boris Johnson traded blows Monday, the Leave campaign went to war with itself Wednesday, and former Tory leader and Brexiteer Iain Duncan Smith launched an astonishing...

    Solution to Political Issues in Minsk Agreements Still Pending
    May13

    Solution to Political Issues in Minsk Agreements Still Pending

    13 de mayo de 2016, 09:29Moscow, May 12 (PL) The implementation of the political segment of the Minsk agreements for lasting peace in Donbass is still pending, and without it there will be no solution to the Ukrainian internal conflict, a source of the negotiating process, Boris Gryzlov, warned yesterday. …read more Source: Prensa...

    Germany says Russia probably behind cyber attack on Bundestag
    May13

    Germany says Russia probably behind cyber attack on Bundestag

    Russian intelligence agencies were probably responsible for a massive cyber attack on Germany’s lower house of parliament last year which forced its computer systems to be shut down for days, Germany’s domestic intelligence agency said on Friday. The agency, known as the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV),...

    US activates $800mn missile defence site in Romania, angers Russia
    May13

    US activates $800mn missile defence site in Romania, angers Russia

    DEVESELU: The United States switched on an $800 million missile shield in Romania on Thursday that it sees as vital to defend itself and Europe from so-called rogue states but the Kremlin says is aimed at blunting its own nuclear arsenal. To the music of military bands at the remote Deveselu air base, senior US and NATO officials declared...

    We must remain in the EU – for Eastern Europe’s sake
    May13

    We must remain in the EU – for Eastern Europe’s sake

    Europe’s leaders must ensure that the mistake of abandoning Eastern Europe, which led to catastrophe in the 1930s, is not repeated. The World Wars, historian Paul W. Schroeder argues, were both “about a similar two-sided German problem”. In the West, Germany’s rise threatened “the Atlantic world”. It was,...

    No solution-is probably the best solution
    May13

    No solution-is probably the best solution

    Nagorno-Karabakh problem: a special star in the Galaxy of conflicts Basically, the variety of local conflicts that sooner or later can trigger the 3rd World War are of 3 kinds. The first and foremost are the conflicts where one side is more or less right, while the opposite one is more or less wrong. Western Sahara, for example, that for 50 years...

    Germany accuses Russia of cyber attacks
    May13

    Germany accuses Russia of cyber attacks

    Germany’s domestic secret service said Friday it had evidence that Russia was behind a series of cyber attacks, including one that targeted the German parliament last year. “One of the most active and aggressive campaigns is the ‘Sofacy/APT 28′ campaign,” said the BfV agency, adding that it “sees evidence of Russian state control” in...

    Douze points: Things to know about Eurovision Song Contest
    May13

    Douze points: Things to know about Eurovision Song Contest

    STOCKHOLM (AP) — The Eurovision Song Contest, possibly the only event in the world where the press kit for accredited journalists includes hair spray, is upon us. Even if you haven’t been waiting all year for this moment — and you know you have — here are some of the most important things to know about the contest Saturday in Stockholm: WHY...