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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Russia nationalises major bank in Crimea
    Jan13

    Russia nationalises major bank in Crimea

    Russia has nationalised a major commercial bank operating in Crimea, which had been sanctioned by the West for funding the peninsula’s integration into Russia after Moscow’s annexation in … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

    Third-country nationals residing both in Latvia and abroad seek free consultations
    Jan13

    Third-country nationals residing both in Latvia and abroad seek free consultations

    In December, free-of-charge lawyer consultations were most frequently used by citizens of Ukraine, Russia and Pakistan, indicate specialists of the society “Shelter “Safe House””. In total, 94 consultations were provided, 40 of them via phone, and 15 – by using e-mail. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov Proceeds to Quarterfinals in Sydney
    Jan13

    Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov Proceeds to Quarterfinals in Sydney

    The highest ranking Bulgarian male tennis player Grigor Dimitrov proceeded to the quarterfinals of the Apia International tournament which is taking place in Sydney. In a match from the second round on Wednesday, Dimitrov defeated Pablo Cuevas from Uruguay with 7:6 (2), 6:4. Thus the Bulgarian recorded his second victory against Cuevas in their...

    Obama’s vision of the world clashes with TV reality
    Jan13

    Obama’s vision of the world clashes with TV reality

    President Obama portrayed his foreign policy as a level-headed, visionary success on Tuesday night. But that’s an argument he’s made before — and so far, Americans aren’t buying it. Recent polls show that about half of Americans disapprove of Obama’s handling of world affairs, largely thanks to fear over worldwide...

    Protests across Ukraine against Russian cigarettes
    Jan13

    Protests across Ukraine against Russian cigarettes

    ‘We will force Russian businesses not only to feel uncomfortable in Ukraine,but to actually leave… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s political working group to resume talks in Minsk 13 January
    Jan13

    Ukraine’s political working group to resume talks in Minsk 13 January

    The other working groups and the trilateral contact group on Ukraine are also expected to meet on 13 January. …read more Source:...

    Refugee Crisis: Bridging the gap between Old and New Europe
    Jan13

    Refugee Crisis: Bridging the gap between Old and New Europe

    Europe: Perpetual state of Crisis For almost half a century now, the Society of the German Language has chosen the so called Word of the Year – a word or a group of words that in the past 12 months made the most significant contribution to the country’s history. Last year’s winner? “Fluechtlinge” or in English, “refugee”. The two...

    Kyrgyz Ambassador in Ukraine completes his diplomatic mission
    Jan13

    Kyrgyz Ambassador in Ukraine completes his diplomatic mission

    …read more Source: AKIpress News Agency

    David Cameron’s newest Brussels problem: the local Tories
    Jan13

    David Cameron’s newest Brussels problem: the local Tories

    David Cameron had his hands full enough already, trying to coax European leaders into accepting controversial reforms aimed at avoiding a “Brexit.” Now, he’s struggling to keep another unruly bunch of politicians in line: members of his own Conservative party in Brussels. The 20 Tories who represent the U.K. in the European Parliament are...

    Congressman Unleashes on Obama Immediately Following State of the Union: He ‘Doesn’t Understand the World’
    Jan13

    Congressman Unleashes on Obama Immediately Following State of the Union: He ‘Doesn’t Understand the World’

    Immediately following President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union address, Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) did not hold back, slamming the president for being “naive and childish” on national security and asserted that Obama did not understand the world in general. “He doesn’t understand the world. He simply doesn’t...