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    The Morning Vertical, May 10, 2016
    May10

    The Morning Vertical, May 10, 2016

    Your daily roundup. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Brexit: Ex-NATO and US defence chiefs warn UK against EU exit
    May10

    Brexit: Ex-NATO and US defence chiefs warn UK against EU exit

    The five ex-NATO chiefs – Peter Carrington, Javier Solana, George Robertson, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer and Anders Fogh Rasmussen – said the imposition of EU sanctions against Russia and Iran, a move led by Britain, showed the importance of the bloc. Former NATO secretary generals warned on Tuesday that a British exit from the European...

    EUROVISION 2016: GOOD LUCK JAMALA
    May10

    EUROVISION 2016: GOOD LUCK JAMALA

    Alistair Birch interviewed Ukraine’s representative Jamalа. On the “Eurovision 2016” Jamala will perform song 1944… (Алістейр Бірч розмовляє іс співачкою Джамалою, яка представляє Україну на пісенному конкурсі “Євробачення-2016” з піснею “1944-й”) …read more Source:...

    The group from Kyrgyzstan impressed the judges of Britain's Got Talent
    May10

    The group from Kyrgyzstan impressed the judges of Britain's Got Talent

    Bishkek, May 10 / Kabar /. The group from Kyrgyzstan Tumar KR impressed the judges on Saturday with a stomach churning body popping routine. The four-piece group from Kyrgyzstan gave a performance featuring robotic-like moves that were a signature of the act and got four yeses. As Tumar KR showed off their moves, one member gave an eye-popping...

    Panama Papers database goes online
    May10

    Panama Papers database goes online

    The Panama Papers affair has widened, with a huge database of documents relating to more than 200,000 offshore accounts posted online. The database became accessible from 18:00 GMT at offshoreleaks.icij.org. The Panama Papers have shown how some wealthy people use offshore firms to evade tax and avoid sanctions. The papers belonged to...

    Sweden urged to boost alliances but avoid NATO
    May10

    Sweden urged to boost alliances but avoid NATO

    STOCKHOLM — Sweden should consider closer cooperation with the U.S. military but not go as far as joining NATO, according to a government-commissioned report to be released this summer. Concern about Russian aggression in Ukraine has forced Stockholm to reconsider the 200-year-old policy of neutrality in armed conflicts, but the left-leaning...

    ‘How can I get help if I can’t leave the room?’: older people left out in a crisis
    May10

    ‘How can I get help if I can’t leave the room?’: older people left out in a crisis

    Researchers surveying people aged over 60 in Lebanon, South Sudan and Ukraine found that the majority weren’t aware of available supportThe majority of older people caught up in conflict and disasters know little about the help available to them, a survey has found.Researchers at HelpAge International surveyed 300 people older than 60 in...

    Tory rift over EU grows as Johnson and PM lock horns over immigration
    May09

    Tory rift over EU grows as Johnson and PM lock horns over immigration

    Former London mayor labelled ‘Putin apologist’ over Ukraine comments as Iain Duncan Smith wades into row with speech lambasting migrationThe Conservative civil war over Europe came to a head yesterday as Boris Johnson accused the prime minister of undermining public trust over immigration before being rebuked for his own comments about the...

    Reinventing Europe
    May09

    Reinventing Europe

    After almost six decades of successful integration, Europe has become a large feature of everyday life a political, economic, institutional, and legal reality. But all of Europe’s manifestations depend on the vitality of its underlying idea, of its soul. If this idea dies among Europe’s citizens and peoples, the EU will come to an...

    Kerry says U.S. reaches new agreement with Russia to reinstate nationwide Syria cease-fire
    May09

    Kerry says U.S. reaches new agreement with Russia to reinstate nationwide Syria cease-fire

    PARIS — The United States said Monday that a new agreement with Russia would replace localized, piecemeal cease-fires in Syria with a revived, nationwide truce, as world leaders struggled to get faltering peace talks back on track. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, in Paris for meetings on the Syria crisis, said Russia had also committed to...