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    Hungary’s Orban says no automatic extension of sanctions against Russia
    Feb29

    Hungary’s Orban says no automatic extension of sanctions against Russia

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) – The European Union is expected to hold discussions about whether Russia has fulfilled the Minsk agreement on Ukraine and there will not be an automatic extension of sanctions against Moscow, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Monday. …read more Source:...

    Hungary’s Orban says no automatic extension of sanctions against Russia
    Feb29

    Hungary’s Orban says no automatic extension of sanctions against Russia

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) – The European Union is expected to hold discussions about whether Russia has fulfilled the Minsk agreement on Ukraine and there will not be an automatic extension of sanctions against Moscow, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Monday. …read more Source:...

    Hungary’s Orban says no automatic extension of sanctions against Russia
    Feb29

    Hungary’s Orban says no automatic extension of sanctions against Russia

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) – The European Union is expected to hold discussions about whether Russia has fulfilled the Minsk agreement on Ukraine and… …read more Source:...

    Hungary’s Orban says no automatic extension of sanctions against Russia
    Feb29

    Hungary’s Orban says no automatic extension of sanctions against Russia

    The European Union is expected to hold discussions about whether Russia has fulfilled the Minsk agreement on Ukraine and there will not be an automatic extension of sanctions against Moscow, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Monday …read more Source: The Daily...

    Welcome to Trump’s World
    Feb29

    Welcome to Trump’s World

    Even if the Republican donor class can snatch the nomination back from Donald Trump – Trumpism is here to stay. ||| Welcome to Trump’s World. You better get to know it. This is really happening. Trump Think-Tank, Trump Staffers – they’re all on their way. The billionaire looks set to clinch the Republican nomination. There...

    New president of PACE to keep Karabakh conflict issue in focus of attention
    Feb29

    New president of PACE to keep Karabakh conflict issue in focus of attention

    New President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) Pedro Agramunt intends to keep the Karabakh peace process in the focus of attention while chairing PACE. Agramunt made such statement in an interview to APA. In his words, the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is one of the most important issues and during his chairmanship he...

    Holocaust haunts Lithuanians as painful past comes to light
    Feb29

    Holocaust haunts Lithuanians as painful past comes to light

    Family of Yugoslavia’s Tito await news of inheritanceErdogan cites Hitler’s Germany to defend presidency plansEastern Europe fears closer French-Russian ties amid Ukraine crisis …read more Source: Thanh Nien...

    JKX cautions on $41 million in potential Ukrainian liabilities (Reuters)
    Feb29

    JKX cautions on $41 million in potential Ukrainian liabilities (Reuters)

    By Esha Vaish (Reuters) – JKX Oil & Gas Plc set out potential liabilities of $41 million from Ukrainian cases as its new board tries to restore investor confidence wit… …read more Source: The West...

    We’re Never Winning These Wars: America Has Zero to Show For Its Decades of Bloodshed in the Middle East
    Feb29

    We’re Never Winning These Wars: America Has Zero to Show For Its Decades of Bloodshed in the Middle East

    Armed conflict in Iraq, Afghanistan and beyond hasn’t brought anything close to lasting peace. Quite the opposite. This piece originally appeared on TomDispatch. It may be hard to believe now, but in 1970 the protest song “War,” sung by Edwin Starr, hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. That was at the height of the Vietnam antiwar...

    High school senior was Ukrainian man, 23, with fake ID
    Feb29

    High school senior was Ukrainian man, 23, with fake ID

    PENNSYLVANIA (AP) – A Pennsylvania high school honors student just months from graduation was actually a 23-year-old Ukrainian national using a false identity after his visa expired, police said Thursday.Artur Samarin, who used the alias Asher Potts, was arrested and charged Tuesday in Harrisburg, the capital city, police said.Samarin is...