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    Azerbaijanis Broke into the Ring and Tried to Get Revenge on the Artsakhi Athlete
    May14

    Azerbaijanis Broke into the Ring and Tried to Get Revenge on the Artsakhi Athlete

    A major clash was recorded between the representatives of Armenia and Azerbaijan during a match at the Open European Kungfu Championship being held in Lviv, Ukraine. Ashot Harutyunyan defeated the Azerbaijani athlete, Ermenihaber.am Armenian news agency reported. Toward the end of this match, during which Davit Petrosyan—who hails originally from...

    Obama toasts Nordic nations after Russia-focused summit
    May14

    Obama toasts Nordic nations after Russia-focused summit

    The White House is seen with the Washington Monument (L) behind it and the Jefferson Memorial (R) in Washington, May 1, 2011. REUTERS WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama toasted Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Iceland at a star-studded state dinner on Friday, lauding the nations for their global influence on civil rights, humanitarian issues...

    Bulgaria to Make Its Second Appearance at Eurovision Final on Saturday
    May14

    Bulgaria to Make Its Second Appearance at Eurovision Final on Saturday

    Bulgarian singer Poli Genova will perform her song “If Love Was a Crime” at the final of this year’s edition of the Eurovision Song Contest which will take place in Stockholm on Saturday evening. Thanks to Genova, who also represented the country in 2011, Bulgaria will make its second appearance at an Eurovision final. Since its debut...

    Biden tells Ukraine U.S. ready to OK loan guarantee: White House
    May14

    Biden tells Ukraine U.S. ready to OK loan guarantee: White House

    …read more Source: Today.Az

    Another Syria peace push, but has US put too much faith in Russia?
    May14

    Another Syria peace push, but has US put too much faith in Russia?

    WASHINGTON: First a ceasefire in Syria, then aid and then – who knows – perhaps a political transition? Don’t bet on it, analysts warn, saying Washington has put too much faith in Moscow. Efforts to end Syria’s brutal five-year civil war may hang by a thread, but Washington’s top diplomat will once again throw himself into the...

    Russia and Ukraine set to battle it out on stage at Eurovision
    May14

    Russia and Ukraine set to battle it out on stage at Eurovision

    By Daniel Dickson and Martin Lindstam STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Politics could take center stage at the usually kitsch Eurovision Song Contest… …read more Source:...

    Another Syria peace push, but has US put too much faith in Russia?
    May14

    Another Syria peace push, but has US put too much faith in Russia?

    First a ceasefire in Syria, then aid and then — who knows — perhaps a political transition? Don’t bet on it, analysts warn, saying Washington has put too much faith in Moscow. Efforts to end Syria’s brutal five-year civil war may hang by a thread, but Washington’s top diplomat will once again throw himself into the fray....

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Saturday 14 May 2016
    May14

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Saturday 14 May 2016

    Sadiq Khan: Labour must unite and return to Blair’s strategy Sadiq Khan says Labour must unite and develop “the habit of winning elections”, urging the party to return to the strategy followed by John Smith and Tony Blair. Speaking to The Guardian he said: “We need to understand that Cameron’s government is as bad as John...

    Kiev, Ankara discussed possibility of Ukraine joining the Southern Gas Corridor project
    May14

    Kiev, Ankara discussed possibility of Ukraine joining the Southern Gas Corridor project

    Kiev and Ankara discussed the possibility of Ukraine joining the Southern Gas Corridor project, project, aimed to bring gas from the Caspian Sea to Europe, Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Hennadii Zubko said. …read more Source:...

    Who Are the Crimean Tatars?
    May14

    Who Are the Crimean Tatars?

    The Tatar people have lived in settlements all across Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union since the Middle Ages. The Tatars traditionally espouse the Sunni branch of Islam and have historically enjoyed a close relationship with Turkey and other Muslim peoples in the nearby Balkans, Caucasus and Central Asia. The Tatar language is also part...