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    Ukraine prime minister says his country won’t repay $3 billion debt owed to Russia by weekend
    Dec18

    Ukraine prime minister says his country won’t repay $3 billion debt owed to Russia by weekend

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine prime minister says his country won’t repay $3 billion debt owed to Russia by weekend. …read more Source:...

    IMF says Ukraine loan programme under threat
    Dec18

    IMF says Ukraine loan programme under threat

    KIEV (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Friday it was concerned by signs Ukraine’s parliament might reject a proposed tax code and budget for 2016, warning that this could further disrupt its $17.5 billion bailout programme. …read more Source:...

    World’s refugees exceed record 60 million (AAP)
    Dec18

    World’s refugees exceed record 60 million (AAP)

    Wars in Syria, Ukraine and Yemen have driven a mass movement of people, with the world’s refugees and displaced exceeding a record 60 million, the UN says. …read more Source: The West...

    Russia opens new Stalin museums, grapples with his legacy
    Dec18

    Russia opens new Stalin museums, grapples with his legacy

    In this Dec. 9 photo, a bust of Soviet leader Josef Stalin stands on the front lawn of a house-turned-museum in the village of Khoroshevo, west of Moscow, Russia. The Stalin museum was opened this year in this small village where the Soviet leader is said to have stayed the night on his only visit to the front during World War II. (AP/Pavel...

    Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to Ukraine dismissed
    Dec18

    Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to Ukraine dismissed

    Bishkek, December 18 / Kabar /. Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambaev today, December 18 signed a decree according to which Chinaliev Ulukbek Kozhomzharovich is dismissed from the post of Ambassador of the Kyrgyz Republic to Ukraine, the information policy department of the President’s Office of the Kyrgyz Republic. …read more Source:...

    WW2 – the war we could not have avoided
    Dec18

    WW2 – the war we could not have avoided

    Bulgaria and World War Two. Could we avoid the largest military conflict so far? Taking this question is Associate Professor Dr. Sonya Penkova, director of the National Museum of Military History. The occasion is the large-scale exhibition, named The War We Couldn’t Avoid. It is devoted to the 70th anniversary of the global conflict’s...

    Stoltenberg: Putin’s Statement Underlines Russia’s Special Responsibility
    Dec18

    Stoltenberg: Putin’s Statement Underlines Russia’s Special Responsibility

    Putin’s statement on Russia’s military presence in eastern Ukraine once again stresses Russia bears special responsibility. …read more Source:...

    EP President Schulz: EU Must Help Ukraine Conduct Reforms and Stabilize Economy
    Dec18

    EP President Schulz: EU Must Help Ukraine Conduct Reforms and Stabilize Economy

    It is necessary to help Ukraine stabilize its economy, ensure the country’s energy independence, and complete outstanding reforms it needs the most – judicial and anti-corruption. …read more Source:...

    Contenders to reinstate Mourinho during Chelsea
    Dec18

    Contenders to reinstate Mourinho during Chelsea

    PHOTO: AFP LONDON: Jose Mourinho was sacked as Chelsea manager on Thursday after a gloomy run that left his group grieving only above a Premier League relegation zone. Here is a demeanour during intensity possibilities to reinstate Mourinho during Stamford Bridge: Interim candidates Guus Hiddink PHOTO: AFP With Chelsea owners Roman Abramovich...

    World’s refugees and displaced exceed record 60 million – United Nations
    Dec18

    World’s refugees and displaced exceed record 60 million – United Nations

    A refugee reacts from exhaustion while swimming towards the shore after a dinghy carrying Syrian and Afghan refugees deflated some 100m away before reaching the Greek island of Lesbos, September 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis The number of people forcibly displaced worldwide is likely to have “far surpassed” a record 60 million this year,...