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    Official: Russia could boycott Eurovision over Crimea song
    May16

    Official: Russia could boycott Eurovision over Crimea song

    Ukraine will host next year’s singing contest following Jamala’s victory. …read more Source: USA...

    Crimean Tatars commemorate Deportation victims
    May16

    Crimean Tatars commemorate Deportation victims

    Baku/16.05.16/Turan: A ceremony of commemoration of victims of the deportation of Crimean Tatars from May 18, 1944, will take place on 18 May in Baku at the Alley of Martyrs near the Mosque, Turan was told by one of the representatives of the Crimean Tatars Lir Halilov. According Halilov, the Tatar population of Crimea was deported on May 18. In...

    Euro 2016: Usuals Modric and Rakitic in, Liverpool’s Lovren fails to make the cut in Croatia’s provisional squad
    May16

    Euro 2016: Usuals Modric and Rakitic in, Liverpool’s Lovren fails to make the cut in Croatia’s provisional squad

    Croatia coach Ante Cacic has left Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren out of his provisional 27-man squad for the European Championship after they fell out in March during a friendly against Hungary. Lovren was an unused substitute in the 1-1 draw and later made angry remarks about Cacic, who axed him after the centre back stopped warming up when he...

    Lavrov: Minsk agreement on Ukraine must be implemented in full
    May16

    Lavrov: Minsk agreement on Ukraine must be implemented in full

    The Minister stressed that the Minsk agreement must be implemented in full, without any exemptions and attempts to rewrite it. …read more Source:...

    Russian Vacations To Crimea Down 25 Percent
    May16

    Russian Vacations To Crimea Down 25 Percent

    Fewer Russians are booking vacations to Ukraine’s Russia-annexed Crimean Peninsula this year compared to 2015. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    It is necessary to lay down logical demands to Moscow instead of blaming it for all deadly sins
    May16

    It is necessary to lay down logical demands to Moscow instead of blaming it for all deadly sins

    In an interview with ArmInfo, Hovhannes Igityan, member of the Board of the Armenian Pan-National Movement Party, ex-chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Foreign Relations, explains the need to revise some aspects of Armenia’s relations with Russia. He also shares his own vision of the reasons of the April war and assesses...

    Lavrov and Kerry to discuss situation in Syria, Ukraine and Nagorno Karabakh
    May16

    Lavrov and Kerry to discuss situation in Syria, Ukraine and Nagorno Karabakh

    Rusian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov and the US Secretary of State John Kerry will discuss the situation in Syria, Ukraine and the Nagorno Karabakh during the meeting on May 16 in Vienna. …read more Source:...

    Lavrov, Kerry to discuss situation in Nagorno-Karabakh
    May16

    Lavrov, Kerry to discuss situation in Nagorno-Karabakh

    Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and the US Secretary of State John Kerry will discuss the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh, Syria and Ukraine, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told RIA Novosti. …read more Source:...

    Politics And Music? Russians React To Ukraine Winning Eurovision
    May16

    Politics And Music? Russians React To Ukraine Winning Eurovision

    Muscovites on Red Square gave mixed reactions to Russia’s third-place finish in the Eurovision Song Contest. Some claimed Ukraine’s victory reflected a political bias against Russia. Sergei Lazarev of Russia lost to Jamala’s melancholic tune about Josef Stalin’s 1944 deportation of the Crimean Tatars. (AP Video)...

    Estonian two times Olympic bronze eyeing manufacture of electric cars in Ukraine
    May16

    Estonian two times Olympic bronze eyeing manufacture of electric cars in Ukraine

    Juri Tamm, who won bronze in hammer throw in the Moscow Olympics in 1980 and in Barcelona in 1988, is planning to start manufacturing electric cars in Ukraine a couple of years from now if he can find an investor to put 4 million euros into the project, Postimees said. …read more Source: The Baltic...