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    Ethiopia told to do mass doping tests or face IAAF ban
    Apr07

    Ethiopia told to do mass doping tests or face IAAF ban

    Ethiopia must carry out mass doping tests on up to 200 athletes by November or be the latest to face further action by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and a possible ban by the IAAF, track and field officials in the country said Thursday. Ethiopia will attempt to test between 150 and 200 athletes over the next seven months and will start as...

    Ukraine formally joins Trans-Caspian Int’l Transport Route
    Apr07

    Ukraine formally joins Trans-Caspian Int’l Transport Route

    Ukrainian Railways Company Ukrzaliznytsia is drafting a proposal for joining the project of transporting containers via Trans-Caspian International Transport Route connecting Europe with China via Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. …read more Source:...

    Juncker is ‘sad’ about Dutch No vote
    Apr07

    Juncker is ‘sad’ about Dutch No vote

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is “sad” about the results of a Dutch referendum on an EU-Ukraine deal, an emotion shared Thursday by many European politicians to what is being seen as another sign of voters’ antipathy to Brussels. Dutch voters on Wednesday overwhelmingly rejected a cooperation agreement between the EU and...

    Dutch voters reject EU-Ukraine partnership deal
    Apr07

    Dutch voters reject EU-Ukraine partnership deal

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko insisted his country would “continue our movement towards the EU”. …read more Source:...

    Dutch voters reject Ukraine-EU treaty (AAP)
    Apr07

    Dutch voters reject Ukraine-EU treaty (AAP)

    Dutch voters have rejected an EU-Ukraine treaty by a 64-36 margin, with the outcome seen as a rebuke to the government and the EU establishment. …read more Source: The West...

    Putin-Inspired Cafe With Obama Toilet Paper Opens in Russia
    Apr07

    Putin-Inspired Cafe With Obama Toilet Paper Opens in Russia

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has inspired a new cafe in Russia’s city of Krasnoyarsk, where his face is spread across the walls, besides a picture of him riding a bear adorning the menu and toilet paper embellished with U.S. President Barack Obama’s face. The new dining establishment, appropriately called “Cafe President”, is...

    Cameron hopes Dutch referendum ‘won’t affect’ Brexit vote (AFP)
    Apr07

    Cameron hopes Dutch referendum ‘won’t affect’ Brexit vote (AFP)

    London (AFP) – Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday that he hoped the rejection by Dutch voters of a key EU pact with Ukraine would not affect Britain’s own referendum on whether to stay in or leave the European Union. …read more Source: The West...

    Dutch  EU no vote has worrying lessons for anti-Brexit campaign
    Apr07

    Dutch EU no vote has worrying lessons for anti-Brexit campaign

    Referendum on EU/Ukraine treaty brought Eurosceptics out to voice their discontent but pro-EU voters stayed at homeThe Dutch have said no in another EU referendum. Asked to vote on an EU treaty with Ukraine that paves the way for deeper ties, Dutch voters gave an overwhelmingly negative answer. Almost two-thirds of voters, 61%, rejected the...

    When Europeans say ‘no’
    Apr07

    When Europeans say ‘no’

    Paris – The Dutch rejection of a European pact with Ukraine is the latest popular vote to highlight anti-EU sentiment.Britain is to hold a referendum in June on whether or not to remain in the European Union, a question with serious implications for the 28-member bloc.National referendums have often determined the direction taken by the EU,...

    Dutch snub EU-Kiev pact in polls
    Apr07

    Dutch snub EU-Kiev pact in polls

    THE HAGUE: Dutch voters Wednesday rejected a key EU pact with Ukraine in a referendum seen as a barometer of anti-EU feeling, but low turnout cast doubts on whether the ballot was valid, exit polls showed. After a day of sluggish voting, the first exit polls released by public broadcaster NOS left broad political uncertainty in a ballot being...