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    Baltic Leaders call on world to not forget Ukraine in wake of Paris attacks  – The Baltic Times
    Nov23

    Baltic Leaders call on world to not forget Ukraine in wake of Paris attacks – The Baltic Times

    In the wake of the Paris attacks and the migration crisis, the leaders of the Baltic states met in Lithuania on November 20, and called for the …… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    It looks like France’s growth didn’t accelerate in November
    Nov23

    It looks like France’s growth didn’t accelerate in November

    It’s flash PMI day for the eurozone economy. Markit’s purchasing managers’ index (PMI) results offer a very early indication of how an economy is performing, long before any hard official data comes out. On Monday morning, it’s the turn of the eurozone countries, with early services and manufacturing PMIs for November...

    Go2Balkans Conference to Look for Joint Tourism Promotion in SE Europe
    Nov23

    Go2Balkans Conference to Look for Joint Tourism Promotion in SE Europe

    A Southeastern European conference called Go2Balkans is due to begin in Sofia on Wednesday bringing together tour operators, hoteliers and municipalities from Bulgaria and the wider region.Focused on popularizing the cultural and historical heritage and nature of countries from the Balkan Peninsula, the event will be held at the Inter Expo Center...

    Most of Crimea still without electricity
    Nov23

    Most of Crimea still without electricity

    Transmission towers along all four of power lines leading to Crimea were blown up two days ago, and activists reportedly have been preventing engineers from reaching the sites to carry out repairs …read more Source: World...

    Western leaders agreed to extend Russia sanctions by six months
    Nov23

    Western leaders agreed to extend Russia sanctions by six months

    Western leaders who met on the margins of last week’s Group of 20 summit in Turkey agreed to extend sanctions imposed on Russia for its intervention in Ukraine by six months until July of next year, a senior European diplomat told Reuters. …read more Source:...

    Putin wants to turn page from Ukraine to Syria
    Nov23

    Putin wants to turn page from Ukraine to Syria

    When it comes to relations with Russia, the Kremlin wants the West to choose between sticking by its diplomatic guns on Ukraine or working arm-in-arm in Syria. So far, the EU and U.S. are resisting a zero-sum choice. In the days since the Paris terrorist attacks, senior officials in Washington and European capitals have signalled their reluctance...

    ‘All the terrorists are migrants’
    Nov23

    ‘All the terrorists are migrants’

    BUDAPEST — “Of course it’s not accepted, but the factual point is that all the terrorists are basically migrants,” says Viktor Orbán. “The question is when they migrated to the European Union.” In his office at the Hungarian parliament, the prime minister points toward the flowing Danube. In another era, an aide notes, the Turks followed...

    Paris, refugees, and Europe’s hard borders
    Nov23

    Paris, refugees, and Europe’s hard borders

    This year was already set to go down as a turning point in the history of Europe’s undeclared war against illegal immigration. And now the November 13 attacks in Paris have thrown fuel on an already incendiary debate. The unprecedented collective disobedience of migrants crossing borders en masse subjected the “fortress” model of border...

    Nazarbayev Amends Education Law, Introduces Dual Training, Other Changes
    Nov23

    Nazarbayev Amends Education Law, Introduces Dual Training, Other Changes

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – President Nursultan Nazarbayev signed the law “Introducing amendments in legislative acts of Kazakhstan on education” as part of the 100 Concrete Steps Plan, to be effective Jan. 1, 2017, reported the Akorda press service. “The new amendments will...

    Most Of Crimea Still Without Electricity
    Nov23

    Most Of Crimea Still Without Electricity

    About three-quarters of Crimea’s population remained without power on November 23 after four electricity transmission towers were blown up in Ukraine’s Kherson region just north of the peninsula. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...