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    Idea Bank signs deal to sell GetBack for PLN 825 mln
    Mar16

    Idea Bank signs deal to sell GetBack for PLN 825 mln

    Getin, a subsidiary of Idea Bank, has signed a conditional deal with Emest Investment to sell debt collector Getback for PLN 825 million, Idea said. The finalization of the agreement is contingent on several conditions, including the approval of Polish and Ukraine anti-monopoly watchdogs. GetBack is a debt collection company established in 2012....

    Fleeing Eastern Ukraine: Europe’s Jewish Exodus (Part 2)
    Mar16

    Fleeing Eastern Ukraine: Europe’s Jewish Exodus (Part 2)

    In the wake of recent terror attacks in Europe several of which targeted Jewish institutions some politicians and religious leaders have predicted an exodus of Jewish people from the continent. In some ways, the numbers stack up. Last year, a record 8,000 Jews arrived in Israel from France with another 15,000 coming from Eastern Europe.But some...

    Rebrov: Kiev proved worthy of knockout spot
    Mar16

    Rebrov: Kiev proved worthy of knockout spot

    Rebrov was proud of Dynamo Kiev Dynamo Kiev proved worthy of their place in the Champions League knockout stages, despite suffering a last-16 exit at the hands of Manchester City on Tuesday, according to coach Sergiy Rebrov. Kiev suffered a 3-1 defeat in the first-leg in Ukraine and a goalless draw at the Etihad Stadium signalled the end of their...

    English Canada: Journey To The Back Of The Bus
    Mar16

    English Canada: Journey To The Back Of The Bus

    Canada is a nation founded upon journeys. From the arrival of our earliest migrants, to the construction of our trans-national railway, to those who boarded the rail lines to settle our western provinces, ours is a nation founded by travellers from distant lands. Canada’s past is filled with colourful stories of journeymen and women— early...

    Judges excuse Serb from war crimes verdict, averting EU sanctions threat
    Mar16

    Judges excuse Serb from war crimes verdict, averting EU sanctions threat

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Serbian war crimes suspect Vojislav Seselj will not need to attend his sentencing hearing in The Hague later this month, the court trying him said, removing the threat of Serbia being sanctioned for failing to carry out his court summons. …read more Source:...

    Judges excuse Serb from war crimes verdict, averting EU sanctions threat
    Mar16

    Judges excuse Serb from war crimes verdict, averting EU sanctions threat

    Serbian war crimes suspect Vojislav Seselj will not need to attend his sentencing hearing in The Hague later this month, the court trying him said, removing the threat of Serbia being sanctioned for failing to carry out his court summons. …read more Source: Channel...

    Judges excuse Serb from war crimes verdict, averting EU sanctions threat
    Mar16

    Judges excuse Serb from war crimes verdict, averting EU sanctions threat

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Serbian war crimes suspect Vojislav Seselj will not need to attend his sentencing hearing in The Hague later this month, the court trying him said, removing the threat of Serbia being sanctioned for failing to carry out his court summons. …read more Source: The...

    Judges excuse Serb from war crimes verdict, averting EU sanctions threat
    Mar16

    Judges excuse Serb from war crimes verdict, averting EU sanctions threat

    Serbian war crimes suspect Vojislav Seselj will not need to attend his sentencing hearing in The Hague later this month, the court trying him said, removing the threat of Serbia being sanctioned for failing to carry out his court summons …read more Source: The Daily...

    Estonia could ban Russian officials from Schengen over pilot arrest
    Mar16

    Estonia could ban Russian officials from Schengen over pilot arrest

    As the Estonian parliament on Tuesday voted ‘Yes’ to a petition in which Russia is called upon to release illegally imprisoned Ukrainian fighter pilot Nadiya Savchenko, it may impose a unilateral ban on 29 Russian officials tied to the case from entering the Schengen zone, reported EUobserver. …read more Source:...

    Belarus Reality Check, Life After Sanctions – Digest Of Belarusian Analytics
    Mar16

    Belarus Reality Check, Life After Sanctions – Digest Of Belarusian Analytics

    Photo: svaboda.org Over the last weeks Belarusian analysts widely discussed the removal of EU sanctions and possible scenarios of further rapprochement, as well as benefits for Belarus. The surveys demonstrate that Belarus citizens became worse off, yet they are not going to channel the falling incomes into mass protests. Green activists reveal...