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    Ukrainian teen spends three days stranded in Black Sea after falling asleep on inflatable trampoline
    Aug09

    Ukrainian teen spends three days stranded in Black Sea after falling asleep on inflatable trampoline

    A Ukrainian teen spent three days stranded in the open sea before being rescued by the coast guard near Crimea, media sources reported Wednesday. Mykhailo Doroshenko, who works as a security guard on…Click To Continue …read more Source: Daily...

    Exit exams will be in Latvian only, says government
    Aug09

    Exit exams will be in Latvian only, says government

    On August 8 Latvia’s government supported Education Ministry rules saying students at grade 9 and 12 will have to pass exit exams in Latvian as opposed to minority languages like Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, etc. …read more Source:...

    Analyst: Participation of Armenia in NATO trainings evidences the  need to deepen cooperation with West in security sphere
    Aug09

    Analyst: Participation of Armenia in NATO trainings evidences the  need to deepen cooperation with West in security sphere

    ArmInfo. Participation of Armenia in NATO trainings taking place in Georgia is dictated by the need to deepen cooperation with the West in the field of security. The director of Center for Regional Studies Richard Kirakosyan expressed this opinion to ArmInfo. The NATO trainings Noble Partner 2017 Worthy Partner – 2017, which was held on the...

    Trump and Ukraine’s fates are increasingly intertwined
    Aug09

    Trump and Ukraine’s fates are increasingly intertwined

    As Donald Trump’s administration reels from a succession of self-manufactured crises, the fate of Ukraine, locked in a deadly struggle.. The post Trump and Ukraine’s fates are increasingly intertwined appeared first on Reaction. …read more Source:...

    German liberal-conservative coalition short of parliamentary majority: poll
    Aug09

    German liberal-conservative coalition short of parliamentary majority: poll

    A coalition between Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and the liberal Free Democratic Party (FDP) would fall short of a majority in parliament if federal elections were held today, according to an opinion poll published Wednesday. The conservative CDU together with its Bavarian sister party CSU remained stable compared to...

    Best-known Serb fighting in Donbass wounded
    Aug09

    Best-known Serb fighting in Donbass wounded

    Dejan “Deki” Beric, a Serb man who is fighting on the side of the rebels in Donbass, has been wounded on the frontline, reports on social networks said.”Our brother and rebel Deki has been wounded in the leg during the last fight. It did not catch the bone. Deki is ours. A real Serb. A real Russian,” reads a message posted...

    Tourism cooperation to be strengthened between Pakistan and Ukraine: Ukrainian ambassador
    Aug09

    Tourism cooperation to be strengthened between Pakistan and Ukraine: Ukrainian ambassador

    ISLAMABAD (AFP): Ukrainian Ambassador Volodymyr Lakomov and Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) Managing Director Chaudhry Abdul Ghafoor Khan agreed to strengthen bilateral relations and step up tourism cooperation between the two countries. In a meeting on Tuesday, Lakomov informed the PTDC MD that he had visited numerous places in...

    Azerbaijani cyclist ranks third in Ukraine
    Aug09

    Azerbaijani cyclist ranks third in Ukraine

    Azerbaijani cyclist Elchin Asadov has claimed a bronze medal at the Tour de Ribas in Odessa, Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Putin in Abkhazia as Georgia Mourns Losses from War With Russia in 2008

    Russian President Vladimir Putin traveled to Georgia’s breakaway province of Abkhazia Tuesday to express his support for separatists there and in South Ossetia on the ninth anniversary of a deadly five-day war between Moscow and Tbilisi. The Georgian government protested against the Kremlin leader’s visit to Abkhazia’s Black Sea...

    Georgia slams Putin’s visit to Moscow-backed rebel region
    Aug09

    Georgia slams Putin’s visit to Moscow-backed rebel region

    Georgia reacted furiously on Tuesday after Russian President Vladimir Putin visited the Moscow-backed separatist region of Abkhazia on the anniversary of the outbreak of a brief war between Tbilisi and Moscow. Putin visited the Black Sea resort town of Pitsunda in Abkhazia for talks with the leader of the self-proclaimed country, Raul Khajimba,...