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    Afternoon sports highlights – November 24, 2017
    Nov24

    Afternoon sports highlights – November 24, 2017

    Man City defender Eliaquim Mangala may leave the team in January Eliaquim Mangala admits he could leave Manchester City in January. The Frenchman has made just five appearances in all competitions this season after failing to secure a move away from the Etihad last summer. Man City Manager Pep Guardiola has preferred Vincent Kompany, Nicolas...

    Brussels hosts EU Eastern Partnership summit today
    Nov24

    Brussels hosts EU Eastern Partnership summit today

    Leaders from the EU member states and the six Eastern Partner countries have convened in Brussels today for the fifth Eastern Partnership summit The event aims to deepen ties between the EU and Georgia Ukraine Moldova Armenia Azerbaijan and Belarus …read more Source:...

    Afternoon news headlines
    Nov24

    Afternoon news headlines

    News highlights Uhuru is fit to lead the country, says former President Daniel Arap Moi President Uhuru Kenyatta is fit to lead the country and will unite Kenyans following the prolonged elections, former President Daniel Arap Moi has said. The country’s second President asked the NASA coalition to respect democracy and work with the...

    Ukraine Says Five Soldiers Killed, Four Wounded In East
    Nov24

    Ukraine Says Five Soldiers Killed, Four Wounded In East

    Ukraine’s military says that five of its soldiers have been killed and four wounded in clashes with Russia-backed separatists in the east of the country. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    President Aliyev meets with Ukrainian counterpart
    Nov24

    President Aliyev meets with Ukrainian counterpart

    …read more Source: Today.Az

    Ukrainian separatist region tense following alleged coup attempt
    Nov24

    Ukrainian separatist region tense following alleged coup attempt

    Tensions appeared to abate Thursday in Lugansk, a stronghold of Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine, two days after infighting erupted in the war-scarred region, culminating … …read more Source: The Japan...

    In the East, the EU is leaving its partners behind
    Nov24

    In the East, the EU is leaving its partners behind

    Ask any of the EU’s six “Eastern Partners” what the Eastern Partnership policy means to them, and you’re likely to get several answers. Ask the EU, and you’ll get something else entirely. In response to these differences — which will once again be on display as leaders gather in Brussels for the fifth Eastern Partnership summit...

    How the EU broke Ukraine (with help from Russia)
    Nov24

    How the EU broke Ukraine (with help from Russia)

    Four years after the EU’s push for closer ties with Ukraine provoked Russia and helped start a revolution, the country is ravaged by war and nearly broke. So as EU leaders gather in Brussels Friday to celebrate the Eastern Partnership, their foreign policy initiative to strengthen relations with countries in the former Soviet bloc, the...

    How the EU broke Ukraine (with help from Russia)
    Nov24

    How the EU broke Ukraine (with help from Russia)

    Four years after the EU’s push for closer ties with Ukraine provoked Russia and helped start a revolution, the country is ravaged by war and nearly broke. So as EU leaders gather in Brussels Friday to celebrate the Eastern Partnership, their foreign policy initiative to strengthen relations with countries in the former Soviet bloc, the...

    EU Eyes Closer Ties With Armenia Amid Tensions Over Brussels Summit Declaration
    Nov24

    EU Eyes Closer Ties With Armenia Amid Tensions Over Brussels Summit Declaration

    The leaders of the European Union and the six Eastern Partnership countries will meet in Brussels on Friday in an effort to deepen ties between the EU and the former Soviet republics. The summit’s main event will likely be the signing of an enhanced EU partnership deal with Armenia. That pact, however, omits free trade and is less ambitious...