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    Mixed company invests EUR 55 mln. in production and processing of mushrooms in Razgrad
    Jan30

    Mixed company invests EUR 55 mln. in production and processing of mushrooms in Razgrad

    A factory for the production and processing of Oyster mushrooms will be built up on the territory of Razgrad. The Bio-Agro Resource+ mixed company of Bulgarians, Russians and Ukrainians intend to invest some EUR 55 million The company points out that it will use technologies for the production and processing of organic mushrooms, grown on straw....

    New Ukrainian Draft Bill Seeks Extrajudicial Blocking for Websites Violating Copyright
    Jan30

    New Ukrainian Draft Bill Seeks Extrajudicial Blocking for Websites Violating Copyright

    Unlike the current notice and take down system that warns of violations before going to court, the new bill proposes to block websites violating copyright extrajudicially. Image edited by Tetyana Lokot. Ukraine’s parliament is considering a bill that would require hosting services and Internet service providers to block any website...

    In Ukraine’s universities, trading bribes for diplomas
    Jan30

    In Ukraine’s universities, trading bribes for diplomas

    KIEV, Ukraine — I hadn’t paid a bribe in my home country until it was time to defend my doctoral dissertation. I tucked $200 in page six of my manuscript before I handed it to my adviser. His department colleagues insisted on the illicit practice when I complained that my professor refused to touch my thesis for more than three weeks. The...

    Moldova’s pro-Western facade
    Jan30

    Moldova’s pro-Western facade

    On the night of January 20, protesters on the streets of Moldova’s capital Chișinău stormed the Parliament building amid widespread anger over the way President Nicolae Timofti appointed, and MPs hurriedly approved, his new government. Many Western media outlets have described these events as popular, Russian-backed protests against a...

    War in Syria: Russia’s ‘rustbucket’ military gives hi-tech shock to West and Israel
    Jan30

    War in Syria: Russia’s ‘rustbucket’ military gives hi-tech shock to West and Israel

    Their army’s equipment and strategy was “outmoded”; their air force’s bombs and missiles were “more dumb than smart”. For decades, this was Western military leaders’ view, steeped in condescension, of their Russian counterparts. What they have seen in Syria and Ukraine has come as a shock. …read...

    Terrorists Planning to Infiltrate Russia Through Ukraine, Central Asia
    Jan30

    Terrorists Planning to Infiltrate Russia Through Ukraine, Central Asia

    TEHRAN (FNA)- Terrorists are preparing to infiltrate Russia through Ukraine or Central Asia, according to the National Anti-Terror Committee. …read more Source: Fars News...

    Ukrainian companies keen to invest in CPEC project, says envoy
    Jan30

    Ukrainian companies keen to invest in CPEC project, says envoy

    ISLAMABAD: A number of Ukrainian companies are keen to invest in China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project beside other sectors like textile and agriculture. Ambassador of Ukraine to Pakistan Volodymyr Lakomov said CPEC would be a guarantee for economic stability in the region besides Pakistan and China particularly for Central and South...

    Ukrainian war veterans find new life and hope making pizzas
    Jan30

    Ukrainian war veterans find new life and hope making pizzas

    Out in the fields of eastern Ukraine, they fought the Russians. Now, as men in a kitchen, they are no less fearsome. …read more Source: The Sydney Morning...

    What This Progressive Gets Wrong on Land Mines
    Jan30

    What This Progressive Gets Wrong on Land Mines

    Whenever I write on any of the treaties beloved of the left – whether it’s the treaty on land mines, on cluster munitions, or on conventional arms – I’m sure that, somewhere, I’m outraging a progressive. This time, Michael Moore, a campaigner at Landmines in Africa – and presumably no more than an ideological relative of the...

    People smuggling suspect held
    Jan30

    People smuggling suspect held

    A Ukrainian man suspected of murder and people smuggling into the UK is arrested in Battersea, south-west London. …read more Source:...