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    Plans for major furniture-making cluster in Belarusian Smorgon
    Dec03

    Plans for major furniture-making cluster in Belarusian Smorgon

    About 100 representatives of small and medium businesses from Belarus, Poland, Latvia, Russia, Ukraine, Bellesbumprom, the Economy Ministry, Grodnoinvest and the administration of Smorgon District and Grodno Oblast turned up to discuss prospects of furniture industry in the Belarusian town. …read more Source:...

    Vladimir Putin Calls For a ‘Powerful Fist’ to Fight Terrorism
    Dec03

    Vladimir Putin Calls For a ‘Powerful Fist’ to Fight Terrorism

    (MOSCOW) — Russian President Vladimir Putin called Thursday for “one powerful fist” to fight terrorism, hinted at more sanctions against Turkey and accused Western powers of creating “a zone of chaos.” Speaking in his state-of-the-nation address televised live, Putin called for an end to what he called double standards that hampered uniting...

    EU Appears Set to Extend Russia Sanctions
    Dec03

    EU Appears Set to Extend Russia Sanctions

    EU officials have confirmed that Russia sanctions will be extended for another six months. Handelsblatt: E.U. countries from eastern Europe, traditionally critical of Russia, wanted to extend the sanctions by a full year while southern European countries argued for an extension of just three or four months. Six months was the compromise, sources...

    He Named Me Malala makes the 2016 Oscars documentary shortlist
    Dec03

    He Named Me Malala makes the 2016 Oscars documentary shortlist

    Documentary film He Named Me Malala has made the cut in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ documentary shortlist. 15 films have been selected out of a pool of 124 submissions. It is an intimate portrait of Malala, the passionate Pakistani advocate of girls’ education who survived a brutal Taliban gun attack in 2012....

    Putin Builds Energy Bridge, Switches on the Lights in Crimea
    Dec03

    Putin Builds Energy Bridge, Switches on the Lights in Crimea

    The Russian President turned the peninsula’s power back on in a live TV broadcast. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Conflict, Migration, Terrorism Priorities of OSCE””s Council
    Dec03

    Ukrainian Conflict, Migration, Terrorism Priorities of OSCE””s Council

    03 de diciembre de 2015, 09:24Belgrade, Dec 3 (Prensa Latina) The Ukrainian conflict, the current immigration crisis and the fight against terrorism focus discussions at the 22nd Ministerial Council of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), which starts today in this capital. …read more Source: Prensa...

    Leaders Call for Joint Response to Security Threat
    Dec03

    Leaders Call for Joint Response to Security Threat

    European leaders warned Thursday that the security situation in Europe remains complex and fragile following the attacks in Paris that killed 130 people last month. The leaders, gathered at a ministerial conference of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, said that only a joint global response can be effective in countering the...

    Putin calls for broad international anti-terror front
    Dec03

    Putin calls for broad international anti-terror front

    Russia’s President Vladimir Putin called Thursday for “one powerful fist” to fight terrorism, hinted at more sanctions against Turkey and accused Western powers of creating “a zone of chaos.” Speaking in his state-of-the-nation address televised live, Putin called for an end to what he called double standards that...

    Putin calls for broad international anti-terror front
    Dec03

    Putin calls for broad international anti-terror front

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s President Vladimir Putin called Thursday for “one powerful fist” to fight terrorism, hinted at more sanctions against Turkey and accused Western powers of creating “a zone of chaos.”Speaking in his state-of-the-nation address televised live, Putin called for an end to what he called double...

    Latvian President: Russia using Syria to divert attention from Ukraine  – The Baltic Times
    Dec03

    Latvian President: Russia using Syria to divert attention from Ukraine – The Baltic Times

    According to Latvian President, Rajmonds Vejonis, Syria is a good method for Russia to divert international attention from its involvement in Uk…… …read more Source: The Baltic...