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    Bulgarian Catholics want Pope to visit Bulgaria
    Mar21

    Bulgarian Catholics want Pope to visit Bulgaria

    After meeting with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov in Sofia, Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin said he would send the message of the Catholic community in Bulgaria that they would like the Pope to pay a visit to this country. The only Pope to have visited Bulgaria so far is John Paul II, who arrived in Sofia in 2002....

    Russian judge says Ukrainian pilot Savchenko killed reporters
    Mar21

    Russian judge says Ukrainian pilot Savchenko killed reporters

    A Russian judge on Monday said Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko was complicit in the killing of two Russian journalists, an assertion certain to inflame already dire relations between Moscow and Kiev.Savchenko, 34, was captured by pro-Moscow rebels in eastern Ukraine in June 2014 during the separatist conflict there and handed over to Russia...

    Pakistan hosts first-ever Nuclear-Security Workshop outside IAEA headquarters
    Mar21

    Pakistan hosts first-ever Nuclear-Security Workshop outside IAEA headquarters

    Dunya News Report (Madiha Fareed)According to a press release issued by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The annual Meeting of the International Network for Nuclear Security Training and Support Centres (NSSC) was held from 14 -18 March in Islamabad in collaboration with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The Meeting was held for the...

    KVV Liepajas Metalurgs to pay over EUR 800,000 to laid-off employees
    Mar21

    KVV Liepajas Metalurgs to pay over EUR 800,000 to laid-off employees

    Based on the shareholder decision about closing down and conservation of KVV Liepajas Metalurgs metallurgical plant, a personnel audit will be carried out at the company in the next few days to determine the minimum personnel required for infrastructure maintenance during the idle time, and over EUR 800,000 will be paid to the laid-off workers,...

    Ukraine’s ‘Joan of Arc’ Pilot Faces Verdict for Killing of Russian Journalists
    Mar21

    Ukraine’s ‘Joan of Arc’ Pilot Faces Verdict for Killing of Russian Journalists

    (DONETSK, Russia) — A Russian court on Monday began reading a verdict for Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko, who is charged with complicity to murder two Russian journalists in war-torn eastern Ukraine. The judge quoted arguments by prosecutors who said Savchenko, who served in a volunteer Ukrainian battalion at the time, called in the...

    Ukrainian pilot killed reporters, Russian judge rules
    Mar21

    Ukrainian pilot killed reporters, Russian judge rules

    Savchenko, 34, was captured by pro-Moscow rebels in eastern Ukraine in June 2014 during the separatist conflict …read more Source: Gulf...

    Britain Demands Russia End Crimea ‘Land Grab’
    Mar21

    Britain Demands Russia End Crimea ‘Land Grab’

    The takeover by Moscow two years ago is “an act of aggression” that will never be recognised, the British Government says. …read more Source: Sky...

    Putin Kissing Wilders Poster Banned by Dutch Rail
    Mar21

    Putin Kissing Wilders Poster Banned by Dutch Rail

    Posters showing Russian President Vladimir Putin and Dutch right-wing leader Geert Wilders kissing have been banned from railway stations and bus shelters in the Netherlands, Dutch public broadcaster NOS reports. According to NOS, the posters, designed by the youth wing of the Netherlands’ Labour Party and which show Wilders and Putin in a...

    Russian Official Warns Of Potential Destabilization In Crimea
    Mar21

    Russian Official Warns Of Potential Destabilization In Crimea

    The head of Russia’s Security Council says Ukrainian nationalism and economic pressures could destabilize the security situation on the Crimean Peninsula, which Moscow annexed from Ukraine two years ago. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Sentencing expected tomorrow for Ukrainian pilot
    Mar21

    Sentencing expected tomorrow for Ukrainian pilot

    DONETSK, Russia (AP) — A Russian court has begun reading a verdict for a Ukrainian pilot (Nadezhda Savchenko) who is charged with complicity to murder two Russian journalists in eastern Ukraine. The judge quoted arguments by prosecutors who said the pilot called-in the coordinates for shelling that killed the two journalists and several civilians...