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    Dutch vote on key EU-Kyiv pact as Europe watches
    Apr06

    Dutch vote on key EU-Kyiv pact as Europe watches

    The outcome is being closely watched by both the West and Moscow, and a Dutch ‘No’ to the two-year-old treaty with Kyiv could pose a headache for the EU …read more Source: World...

    Global military spending nearly $1.7T amid Mideast conflicts
    Apr06

    Global military spending nearly $1.7T amid Mideast conflicts

    Russian Su-25 ground attack jets are parked after returning from Syria, at a Russian air base in Primorsko-Akhtarsk, southern Russia, Wednesday, March 16, 2016. (Olga Balashova/Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP) Global military spending rose in 2015 to nearly $1.7 trillion, the first increase in several years, driven by conflicts...

    Wikileaks to Panama Papers: Biggest leaks in recent times
    Apr06

    Wikileaks to Panama Papers: Biggest leaks in recent times

    The Panama Papers have sent shock waves across the world and many implicated in the leaked documents are trembling. This is the latest and biggest revelation of state and economic secrets since the whistleblower website WikiLeaks began using the Internet to break new ground in social activism. Here is a recap of all the major leaks in recent...

    Dutch cast votes on Ukraine treaty in test of anti-EU sentiment
    Apr06

    Dutch cast votes on Ukraine treaty in test of anti-EU sentiment

    Dutch voters began casting ballots in a national referendum on Wednesday on the European Union’s treaty with Ukraine – a test of anti-EU sentiment before Britain vote on its membership of the bloc in June. …read more Source: Channel...

    Dutch cast votes on Ukraine treaty in test of anti-EU sentiment
    Apr06

    Dutch cast votes on Ukraine treaty in test of anti-EU sentiment

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Dutch voters began casting ballots in a national referendum on Wednesday on the European Union’s treaty with Ukraine — a test of anti-EU sentiment before Britain vote on its membership of the bloc in June. …read more Source:...

    International relations keep warm at Antarctic research stations
    Apr06

    International relations keep warm at Antarctic research stations

    Winter is coming, and like many scientists posted in Antarctica, Bogdan Gavrylyuk is looking forward to going home. It has been a year since the 43-year-old Ukrainian geophysicist started his latest posting, monitoring climatic phenomena on an island off western Antarctica. “Everybody misses home. Everybody has a family or a girlfriend, and of...

    Polls open in Dutch referendum on EU-Ukraine trade deal
    Apr06

    Polls open in Dutch referendum on EU-Ukraine trade deal

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) ” Polls have opened in a Dutch referendum on a far-reaching free trade deal meant to foster closer ties between Ukraine and the European Union that has run into opposition in the Netherlands where many… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Polls open in Dutch referendum on EU-Ukraine trade deal
    Apr06

    Polls open in Dutch referendum on EU-Ukraine trade deal

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Polls have opened in a Dutch referendum on a far-reaching free trade deal meant to foster closer ties between Ukraine and the European Union that has run into opposition in the Netherlands where many see it as evidence of unwanted EU expansionism. …read more Source: U.S....

    Dutch vote on key EU-Kiev pact as Europe watches (AFP)
    Apr06

    Dutch vote on key EU-Kiev pact as Europe watches (AFP)

    The Hague (AFP) – The Dutch began voting Wednesday on whether to back a key EU pact with Ukraine in a referendum triggered by grassroots eurosceptic groups and seen as a yardstick on ties with Brussels. …read more Source: The West...

    Panama Papers: President Obama calls for international tax reforms to curb tax evasions
    Apr06

    Panama Papers: President Obama calls for international tax reforms to curb tax evasions

    In a response to Panama leaks, US President Barack Obama on Tuesday called for international tax reforms to avoid tax evasions as revealed in Panama Papers. “There is no doubt that the problem of global tax avoidance generally is a huge problem,” he told reporters at the White House. “The problem is that a lot of this stuff is legal, not...