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    Accord Calls for First Global Conference on Peace
    Dec22

    Accord Calls for First Global Conference on Peace

    Vasu Gounden, ACCORD’s Chief, addresses high level expert group on peace through climate change solutions.By Vasu GoundenDURBAN, Dec 22 2015 (IPS)On 21 November 2015, during ACCORD’s 2015 Africa Peace Award celebration, I made a call for the United Nations to convene the first ever UN Global Conference on Peace.The call was made...

    UKRAINE OPEN FOR AUSTRALIA
    Dec22

    UKRAINE OPEN FOR AUSTRALIA

    Bogdan Rudnytski interviewed Gennadiy Kravets. Mr Kravets is one of the organisers from Ukraine of OzUke 2015 – the Ukraine/Australia bilateral relations forum. Gennadiy Kravets is the owner and director of Etalon Studio International Projects and…(Богдан Рудницький веде розмову із паном Геннадієм Кравцем. Пан Кравець – один з...

    Europe extends sanctions against Russia
    Dec22

    Europe extends sanctions against Russia

    In spite of sharp controversy among member states in regards to future relations with Moscow, the European Union decided on 21 December to extend sanctions adopted against Russia in response to the aggression in Ukraine for six additional months. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Portsmouth Football Club Honours Bulgaria’s Svetoslav Todorov
    Dec22

    Portsmouth Football Club Honours Bulgaria’s Svetoslav Todorov

    English football team Portsmouth honoured retired Bulgarian striker Svetoslav Todorov by admitting him to the club’s hall of fame. The Bulgarian was one of four players to be admitted to the club’s hall of fame together with Noel Blake, Dave Kemp and Billy Haines, who was honoured posthumously. Todorov is best remembered for scoring...

    Ukraine to Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst: Keep rollin’ on – you’re banned
    Dec22

    Ukraine to Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst: Keep rollin’ on – you’re banned

    Ukrainian security services have reportedly imposed a five-year ban on the nu-metal singerFred Durst, the singer in the nu-metal band Limp Bizkit, has been banned from entering Ukraine for five years by the country’s security service, according to reports. The Ukrainian publication Astropof reported that the ban had been imposed in...

    Russia Slams European Union for Extending Sanctions
    Dec22

    Russia Slams European Union for Extending Sanctions

    Russia on Monday lashed out at the European Union for prolonging sanctions over the Ukraine crisis for another six months rather than choosing to cooperate over issues including the fight against terrorism. …read more Source: Al-Manar...

    E.U. extends sanctions on Russia
    Dec22

    E.U. extends sanctions on Russia

    Shawn PriceBRUSSELS, Dec. 21 (UPI) — The European Union extended sanctions against Russia for an additional six months, continuing a major economic slowdown in the country. …read more Source: United Press...

    Key world events in 2015
    Dec22

    Key world events in 2015

    PARIS (AFP) – Here is a panorama of world events in 2015:JANUARY7-9: FRANCE – Seventeen people are slaughtered in attacks in Paris on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket two days later.26: SYRIA – The Islamic State militant group is driven out of the Syrian town of Kobane on the Turkish border after...

    Minister denies Israelis to enjoy visa waiver
    Dec22

    Minister denies Israelis to enjoy visa waiver

    Foreign visitors wait at a visa-on-arrival payment counter at an airport. Coordinating Maritime Affairs Minister Rizal Ramli announced on Monday that the government would waive visa requirements for another 84 more countries starting this week. (Antara/Nyoman Budhiana) Coordinating Maritime Affairs Minister Rizal Ramli has stated that the...

    Russia imposes new sanction on Ukraine over EU deal
    Dec22

    Russia imposes new sanction on Ukraine over EU deal

    Earlier Russia announced a ban on imported Ukrainian food because Ukraine blacklisted many Russian banks, defense firms and airlines. …read more Source:...