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    Coca-Cola blames ad agency for map showing Crimea as part of Russia (Reuters)
    Jan06

    Coca-Cola blames ad agency for map showing Crimea as part of Russia (Reuters)

    MOSCOW/KIEV (Reuters) – U.S. drinks firm Coca-Cola on Wednesday blamed a marketing agency for a map used in an online advertising campaign that showed Crimea to be part of Russia and whic… …read more Source: The West...

    Coca-Cola blames ad agency for map showing Crimea as part of Russia
    Jan06

    Coca-Cola blames ad agency for map showing Crimea as part of Russia

    MOSCOW/KIEV (Reuters) – U.S. drinks firm Coca-Cola on Wednesday blamed a marketing agency for a map used in an online advertising campaign that showed Crimea to be part of Russia and which drew protests and threats of a boycott from angry Ukrainians. …read more Source:...

    Angela Merkel to Receive Four Freedoms Awards
    Jan06

    Angela Merkel to Receive Four Freedoms Awards

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel (AP) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been named as this year’s recipient of a prestigious international award, with organizers lauding her “great moral leadership” in Germany and pivotal role in tackling the crises buffeting Europe. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been named as this year’s...

    Coca-Cola blames ad agency for map showing Crimea as part of Russia
    Jan06

    Coca-Cola blames ad agency for map showing Crimea as part of Russia

    MOSCOW/KIEV (Reuters) – U.S. drinks firm Coca-Cola on Wednesday blamed a marketing agency for a map used in an online advertising campaign that showed Crimea to be part of Russia and which drew protests and threats of a boycott from angry Ukrainians. …read more Source: The...

    Malaysia Airlines does U-turn on suitcase ban
    Jan06

    Malaysia Airlines does U-turn on suitcase ban

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | AFP – Less than 24 hours after telling Europe-bound passengers they were not allowed to take check-in baggage because of “unseasonably strong headwinds”, Malaysian Airlines did a sudden U-turn Wednesday. The troubled carrier, whose MH370 flight went missing in 2014 on its way to Beijing and has still not been found, had...

    Belarus emphasizes need for peaceful resolution of Ukraine crisis
    Jan06

    Belarus emphasizes need for peaceful resolution of Ukraine crisis

    “Belarus has been making consistent effort to facilitate de-escalation of the conflict as it is genuinely interested in a speedy resolution of the crisis in Ukraine,” the review of Belarus’ foreign policy and the activities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2015 reads. …read more Source:...

    The 10 things in advertising you need to know today (TWTR, KO, PUB, WPPGY)
    Jan06

    The 10 things in advertising you need to know today (TWTR, KO, PUB, WPPGY)

    Coca-ColaGood morning. Here’s everything you need to know in the world of advertising today. 1. Coca-Cola has managed to upset both Russia and Ukraine with a social media blunder. The company decided to first include an image of the disputed territory of Crimea in its New Year message posted to social network VK, before then erasing it. 2....

    Malaysia Airlines bans checked baggage on some Europe flights
    Jan06

    Malaysia Airlines bans checked baggage on some Europe flights

    PHUKET: Malaysia Airlines said yesterday it has temporarily banned checked-in baggage on some flights to Europe because of “unreasonably strong head winds” on the longer routes it is having to take for safety reasons.The airline did not elaborate on the safety reasons behind its new flight paths to Europe, but one of its airliners was...

    The very first war photography was staged
    Jan06

    The very first war photography was staged

    …More about Photography, War, History, Us World, and Crimea …read more Source:...

    Belarus refuses to support Russia over Crimea issue at the UN
    Jan06

    Belarus refuses to support Russia over Crimea issue at the UN

    Kolya Lukashenka and Vladimir Makei at the UN Efforts of the Belarusian diplomacy at the main part of the 70th session of the UN General Assembly at the end of 2015 brought mixed results. Alexander Lukashenka’s statements during the high-level segments of the session went largely unnoticed. Belarusian diplomats did rather well on the issues...