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    Azerbaijani boxer into semi-final of European Championships
    Jun22

    Azerbaijani boxer into semi-final of European Championships

    Azerbaijani boxer Kamran Shahsuvarli (75kg) has progressed to the semi-final of the European Championships in Kharkiv, Ukraine after defeating German Silvio Schierle 4-1. …read more Source: Azerbaijan State News...

    Poroshenko: Visa-free regime ‘historic’ for Ukraine
    Jun22

    Poroshenko: Visa-free regime ‘historic’ for Ukraine

    Kiev, Europe closer than even before says Ukrainian president …read more Source: World...

    Adam: Canada’s history, like you’ve never seen it before
    Jun22

    Adam: Canada’s history, like you’ve never seen it before

    When I wrote recently about the lack of any notable legacy project in Ottawa to remind us of Canada’s 150 years of nationhood, folks at the Canadian Museum of History wondered if I had seen their permanent exhibition of Canadian history that opens Canada Day, July 1. I had not, and went to take a look. It is a legacy project worth its name,...

    Day of Customer in Beeline
    Jun22

    Day of Customer in Beeline

    ArmInfo. Beeline regularly conducts the Client’s Day in their sales offices – this time on June 21, direct communication of the management team and over 50 employees of various departments with customers was also aimed at improving the quality of services, improving and simplifying services. “Every day and every hour of our work...

    ‘Elvis Presley is alive’ and 10 more conspiracy theories
    Jun22

    ‘Elvis Presley is alive’ and 10 more conspiracy theories

    Credits Keystone/Getty Images In a post-truth world, conspiracy theories are aplenty – here are some of the most intriguing and bizarre out there In Depth Sunday, June 11, 2017 – 11:00am Music legend Elvis Presley died on 16 August 1977 – or did …read more Source: The...

    Ukrainians now have more freedom of travel – but less freedom of thought
    Jun22

    Ukrainians now have more freedom of travel – but less freedom of thought

    Ukraine’s government is rightly concerned about Russian cyber aggression. But does that merit online censorship? Ukrainians have sacrificed so much in their bid to be recognised as fellow Europeans. Their struggle to extricate themselves from Russian domination is written in the blood of the Euromaidan protestors and the toll of its...

    Lukashenko, CEI foreign ministers discuss terrorism, migration, situation in Ukraine
    Jun22

    Lukashenko, CEI foreign ministers discuss terrorism, migration, situation in Ukraine

    At the beginning of the meeting Alexander Lukashenko called for sincere and open conversation and stressed that he is ready to listen to all the proposals and concerns. In his opinion, it is very important not to give up on these problems, to discuss them and look for solutions. …read more Source:...

    Congress Steps Up on Foreign Policy
    Jun22

    Congress Steps Up on Foreign Policy

    When President Trump began taking a wrecking ball to some of America’s traditional foreign policies, going so far as to threaten the country’s long and sturdy relationship with its Western European allies, many hoped that the other branches of government would provide a counterweight to the executive branch, and restrain his worst...

    Babi Yar Massacre Remembered In The European Parliament
    Jun22

    Babi Yar Massacre Remembered In The European Parliament

    During 29-30 September 1941 some 34,000 people, mostly Jews, were murdered by German Troops at Babi War, Kyiv, Ukraine. To this day, no definitive memorial stands at the site. On June 20th, The European Parliament hosted a debate on the matter and heard of plans being formulated for the construction of an appropriate monument to these innocents....

    Petra Kvitova: Two-time Wimbledon champion reaches first quarter-final of comeback
    Jun22

    Petra Kvitova: Two-time Wimbledon champion reaches first quarter-final of comeback

    Kvitova did serve a few double faults which briefly seemed worrying, but hit some fine ground strokes and moved better. Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova was cheered as if she had been the home player, after a straight-sets win over Britain’s Naomi Broady in Birmingham on Wednesday carried her into a first quarter-final in eight...