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    European Parliament Calls for EU-Ukraine Visa Liberalization in 2016
    Dec04

    European Parliament Calls for EU-Ukraine Visa Liberalization in 2016

    Today, Dec. 3, 2015, members of the European Parliament urged the EU leadership to liberalize visa regime with Ukraine in 2016. …read more Source:...

    Energy Self-sufficience of Occupied Crimea Will Cost Russia $2 Billion
    Dec04

    Energy Self-sufficience of Occupied Crimea Will Cost Russia $2 Billion

    Russia will have to spend more than $2 billion to ensure energy independence of the occupied Crimea. …read more Source:...

    Turchynov: Ukraine Studies Russian Airstrikes in Syria to Prepare Defenses
    Dec04

    Turchynov: Ukraine Studies Russian Airstrikes in Syria to Prepare Defenses

    Ukraine is studying the use of Russian aircraft in Syria to prepare for aggression from the air. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine switches from eurobonds to long-term bonds
    Dec04

    Ukraine switches from eurobonds to long-term bonds

    The Ministry of Finance of Ukraine started collecting applications from holders. …read more Source: Kazakh...

    Minsk International Christmas Opera Forum to feature artists from 22 countries
    Dec04

    Minsk International Christmas Opera Forum to feature artists from 22 countries

    The grandiose gala concert on 20 December will feature opera stars from 15 countries: Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Georgia, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and others. …read more Source:...

    Russia to supply electricity to Crimea
    Dec04

    Russia to supply electricity to Crimea

    Russia has started to supply electricity to Crimea starting first with Eastern Crimea with a second power bridge to connected by the end of December …read more Source: World...

    Thailand’s battered image dealt new blow with aviation scare
    Dec04

    Thailand’s battered image dealt new blow with aviation scare

    FILE – In this May 26, 2014 file photo, Thai soldiers secure a road near the Victory Monument in Bangkok, Thailand. Photo: AP BANGKOK: Thailand, once a poster child for democracy and freedom in turbulent Southeast Asia, has careened over the past two years from one image disaster to the next. First a military coup. Then revelations of slaves in...

    Beeline and Armenian Investigation Committee signed memorandum on understanding around issues related to electronic document turnover
    Dec04

    Beeline and Armenian Investigation Committee signed memorandum on understanding around issues related to electronic document turnover

    Beeline Armenia and Armenian Investigation Committee have signed a memorandum on understanding around issues related to electronic document turnover. The document is aimed at enhancing the company and Investigation Committee’s effectiveness in terms of provision of information on internet services, personal data and phone transcripts, the...

    Thailand’s battered image dealt new blow with aviation scare
    Dec04

    Thailand’s battered image dealt new blow with aviation scare

    BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand, once a poster child for democracy and freedom in turbulent Southeast Asia, has careened over the past two years from one image disaster to the next. First a military coup. Then revelations of slaves in the seafood industry and other human trafficking horrors. In August, a deadly bomb struck central Bangkok. And now, the...

    Thailand’s battered image dealt new blow with aviation scare
    Dec04

    Thailand’s battered image dealt new blow with aviation scare

    First a military coup. Thai food, fun people, smiles and a fairytale monarchy, said Michael Montesano a Thailand expert at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore. According to Human Rights Watch, the junta’s rule has sent “Thailand’s human rights situation into free fall.” Yet this week, government, tourism...