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    Detained Ukrainian Politician Korban Transferred To House Arrest
    Nov06

    Detained Ukrainian Politician Korban Transferred To House Arrest

    A Ukrainian court has ordered house arrest for UKROP party leader Hennadiy Korban until December 31. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    [Focus] Gay rights vote undermines EU-Ukraine visa deal
    Nov06

    [Focus] Gay rights vote undermines EU-Ukraine visa deal

    Ukrainian MPs have voted down a gay rights law in a decision likely to kill hope of EU visa-free travel by the end of the year. …read more Source:...

    Hovhannes Igityan about the mistakes of the Armenian delegation to PACE
    Nov06

    Hovhannes Igityan about the mistakes of the Armenian delegation to PACE

    Yesterday, after the adoption of the anti-Armenian report entitled “Rise in violence in Nagorno-Karabakh and other occupied territories of Azerbaijan” by the PACE Committee on Political Affairs, member of the Armenian delegate Naira Zohrabyan announced that if the report is adopted in the plenary session, it will stay on the PACE shelves and will...

    Ukraine, Baltics criticize planned gas pipeline expansion
    Nov06

    Ukraine, Baltics criticize planned gas pipeline expansion

    Dalje English Riga (dpa) – Ukraine and the Baltic countries questioned the planned expansion of the Baltic Sea gas pipeline from Russia to Germany, in a Thursday meeting in Riga. If completed, the so-called Nord Stream 2 project would cost Ukraine, Poland and Slovakia millions of dollars in annual pipeline revenues, Ukrainian Prime Minister...

    NATO exercise in the Mediterranean is largest in 13 years
    Nov06

    NATO exercise in the Mediterranean is largest in 13 years

    NATO’s biggest exercise in 13 years ends on 6 November . “Trident Juncture” shows an alliance in the process of changing and responding to Russia’s military ambitions. DW’s Max Hofmann reports from Sardinia. A few American soldiers stand at attention during roll call at the end of the exercise, along with the German and Albanian...

    Heads of Baltic Governments expressed solidarity with Ukraine
    Nov06

    Heads of Baltic Governments expressed solidarity with Ukraine

    On Thursday, November 5, the Heads of Government of the Baltic States and Ukraine met in Riga to discuss the EU-Ukraine relations, the European security policy and the fulfilment of the Minsk Agreement, as well as the reform process in Ukraine, reported BC press secretary to Latvian Prime Minister Aiva Rozenberga. …read more Source: The...

    Baltic States, Ukraine slam Russian-German pipeline plan
    Nov06

    Baltic States, Ukraine slam Russian-German pipeline plan

    Four countries express their discontent with Nord Stream-2 pipeline project …read more Source: World...

    Afghanistan to buy military helicopters from India, move likely to anger Pakistan
    Nov06

    Afghanistan to buy military helicopters from India, move likely to anger Pakistan

    Afghan president Ashraf Ghani Afghanistan is poised to acquire four attack helicopters from India to help it fight a growing Taliban insurgency, a small but significant deal marking a shift in Kabul’s search for allies that is likely to anger Pakistan. Soon after he took over, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani held off military assistance from...

    Afghanistan turns to India for military helicopters, likely to rile Pakistan
    Nov06

    Afghanistan turns to India for military helicopters, likely to rile Pakistan

    Afghanistan is poised to acquire four attack helicopters from India to help it fight a growing Taliban insurgency, a small but significant deal marking a shift in Kabul’s search for allies that is likely to anger Pakistan. Soon after he took over, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani held off military assistance from India while he courted...

    Afghanistan turns to India for military helicopters, likely to rile Pakistan
    Nov06

    Afghanistan turns to India for military helicopters, likely to rile Pakistan

    Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani speaks during a news conference in Kabul, Afghanistan September 29, 2015. Photo: Reuters KABUL/NEW DELHI: Afghanistan is poised to acquire four attack helicopters from India to help it fight a growing Taliban insurgency, a small but significant deal marking a shift in Kabul’s search for allies that...