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    More than 75 percent of Vietnamese want to stay in CzechRep -poll
    Jan13

    More than 75 percent of Vietnamese want to stay in CzechRep -poll

    Prague – More than three quarters of the Vietnamese, three fifths of the Ukrainians and half the Russians who live in the Czech Republic would like to acquire permanent residence in the country, according… …read more Source: České...

    French Alps avalanche leaves two skiers dead
    Jan13

    French Alps avalanche leaves two skiers dead

    A Ukrainian and a teenager have died after an avalanche in the French Alps swept away skiers, including a group of school children. Five pupils are still missing. …read more Source: The Local...

    Tomgram: Michael Klare, The Look of a Badly Oiled Planet
    Jan13

    Tomgram: Michael Klare, The Look of a Badly Oiled Planet

    When it comes to news about Saudi Arabia, the execution of an oppositional Shiite cleric, Nimr al-Nimr, has topped the headlines recently — and small wonder. Aging King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud and his 30-year-old son, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the new defense minister who has already involved his country in a classic...

    More than 50 Ukrainian prisoners of war to be released
    Jan13

    More than 50 Ukrainian prisoners of war to be released

    Martin Sajdik explained that this is a total number, and the exchange will not be equal. Most of the war prisoners will be released by the Ukrainian authorities. …read more Source:...

    The New US–Russian Cold War Originated in the 1990s
    Jan13

    The New US–Russian Cold War Originated in the 1990s

    Stephen F. CohenToday it threatens to destroy Ukraine, undermine the European Union, and result in nuclear war. …read more Source: The...

    Parties to Ukraine conflict to make another attempt to achieve ceasefire
    Jan13

    Parties to Ukraine conflict to make another attempt to achieve ceasefire

    “Our work in Minsk is running against the backdrop of worsening relations between Russia and Ukraine. This fact has a considerable effect on the situation. I feel sad that my Christmas wishes regarding a regime of silence did not come true,” Martin Sajdik said. …read more Source:...

    EU to Investigate right-wing Polish Government Policies
    Jan13

    EU to Investigate right-wing Polish Government Policies

    The European Commission on Wednesday launched a formal investigation into the policies of Poland’s new right-wing government. Speaking to reporters, the commission’s First Vice President Frans Timmermans said: “Today we have decided that the commission will carry out a preliminary assessment on this matter under the rule of law...

    MH17 families call on PM Rutte to “get to the bottom” of attack
    Jan13

    MH17 families call on PM Rutte to “get to the bottom” of attack

    A group of 18 families, frustrated by the Netherlands’ slow pace at investigating the crash of flight MH17, are calling on Prime Minister Mark Rutte to pressure Russia, Ukraine, and the United States into releasing raw radar images taken on the day of the crash. They are angered that Russia vetoed a proposal last July to try suspects in the...

    Putin’s next potential target: The Baltic States  – The Baltic Times
    Jan13

    Putin’s next potential target: The Baltic States – The Baltic Times

    Although Russia’s economy is reeling and its military forces are increasingly engaged in Syria and Ukraine, NATO commanders, governments, …… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Iran frees US Navy sailors held in Gulf after incursion
    Jan13

    Iran frees US Navy sailors held in Gulf after incursion

    Media caption”Iran appears keen to avoid a stand-off”, reports Frank GardnerIran has released 10 US sailors held for entering its territorial waters, in an incident that tested newly improved US-Iranian ties. The US expressed its gratitude to Iran for swiftly resolving the issue. The sailors were detained on Tuesday when one of their...