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    Germany mulling consequences after turbines sent to Crimea
    Jul12

    Germany mulling consequences after turbines sent to Crimea

    The German government says it’s discussing possible consequences after learning Russia diverted at least two German-produced gas turbines to Crimea, in violation of European Union sanctions. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s spokesman … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Trump’s Lawyer Won’t Say If Don Jr. Meeting Was Inappropriate
    Jul12

    Trump’s Lawyer Won’t Say If Don Jr. Meeting Was Inappropriate

    Jay Sekulow, a member of President Donald Trump’s outside legal team, on Wednesday morning would not say whether Trump believes it was inappropriate for his son to meet with a Kremlin-linked lawyer in the hopes of getting dirt on Hillary Clinton. “It’s not illegal,” Sekulow said on ABC’s “Good Morning America” when asked if...

    Leaders gather for EU-Ukraine summit
    Jul12

    Leaders gather for EU-Ukraine summit

    Top officials are set to discuss reforms and the fight against corruption, the conflict in eastern Ukraine and Russia’s annexation of Crimea at an EU-Ukraine summit starting in Kiev on Wednesday. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Minsk-Chisinau direct air service under consideration
    Jul12

    Minsk-Chisinau direct air service under consideration

    According to Mikhail Rusy, today it is possible to get from Minsk to Chisinau by air only via Kiev or Moscow. “We are working to find an air service solution by September,” said the official. It will open up opportunities for the private sector. It will intercept transit traffic and will contribute to tourism development. …read more Source:...

    How did Donald Trump Jr.’s relationship with Russia start?
    Jul12

    How did Donald Trump Jr.’s relationship with Russia start?

    (Credit: AP) Donald Trump Jr.’s connections to Russia long preceded his recently-revealed correspondence with a lawyer connected to the Russian government in order to dig up dirt on Hillary Clinton. As far back as 2008, Trump Jr. was on record bragging that “in terms of high-end product influx into the U.S., Russians make up a pretty...

    Beeline does not change payment terms for parking spot
    Jul12

    Beeline does not change payment terms for parking spot

    ArmInfo. Beeline informs that the company has not made any change in payment terms for parking spot via SMS. According to the company’s official message, the company has not come up with proposals as well regarding any change in the form, payment method or commission rates for the mentioned service. Just as any other operator, Beeline...

    Krauthammer says these are ‘fatal words’ in Donald Trump Jr.’s released emails
    Jul12

    Krauthammer says these are ‘fatal words’ in Donald Trump Jr.’s released emails

    Conservative commentator Charles Krauthammer identified what he called the “fatal words” in the emails released by Donald Trump Jr. in the Russian meeting controversy. He made the comments to Martha MacCallum on her show Tuesday on Fox News. “Well, ‘I love it’ are the fatal words,” he said, referring to the response Trump Jr. gave to the...

    Donald Trump Jr: How will the game of Russian roulette play out?
    Jul12

    Donald Trump Jr: How will the game of Russian roulette play out?

    Credits Ethan Miller/Getty Images Alt Text trump and son His meeting with a Moscow lawyer could be a legal game-changer – or nothing at all In Depth Wednesday, July 12, 2017 – 12:41pm …read more Source: The...

    Russian diplomacy about to get tougher edge in Washington
    Jul12

    Russian diplomacy about to get tougher edge in Washington

    A new — and likely more aggressive — chapter in Russian diplomacy is about to begin in Washington with the departure of Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, whose soft-power approach to D.C. will be taken over by noted hard-liner Anatoly Antonov. The switch in what has become one of Washington’s most...

    Increased foreign interest in Bulgarian labour market registered
    Jul12

    Increased foreign interest in Bulgarian labour market registered

    Experts from the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Bulgaria (CITUB) report that there has been a growing interest of foreigners in the Bulgarian labor market. In May and June, some 3,000 foreigners have registered for seasonal employment. Half of them are Ukrainian citizens hired for low-skilled positions in Bulgarian seaside resorts....