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    Nation that is unaware of its history is doomed to repeat it
    Feb01

    Nation that is unaware of its history is doomed to repeat it

    In 2017 the world marks 28 years since the fall of communism in Eastern Europe. Many of the crimes and repressions of the regime still remain unrevealed. Bulgaria has been imprisoned within the vicious circle of its own past over these nearly three decades and any attempt for some change clashes with the fierce opposition of the status quo. The...

    BREAKING: Ukraine town EVACUATES as Putin supporters begin HUGE attack
    Feb01

    BREAKING: Ukraine town EVACUATES as Putin supporters begin HUGE attack

    A UKRAINIAN town is evacuating today as the bloody conflict with pro-Russian rebels continues to escalate. …read more Source:...

    Is violence in Ukraine a precursor to something worse?
    Feb01

    Is violence in Ukraine a precursor to something worse?

    Although the conflict in Ukraine is small and relatively contained it could spread by accident or design, and even far away Australia may not be immune to what could come next, as Philip Williams writes. …read more Source: ABC...

    Ukraine’s economy in 2017 – when dreams of growth meet geopolitical reality  – The Baltic Times
    Feb01

    Ukraine’s economy in 2017 – when dreams of growth meet geopolitical reality – The Baltic Times

    Those who follow the ups and downs of Ukraine’s economy cannot help but ask one obvious question — what is the “cause” b…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Heavy Fighting Continues in Eastern Ukraine
    Feb01

    Heavy Fighting Continues in Eastern Ukraine

    TEHRAN (FNA)- Local reports said at least one soldier has been killed and more injured in the country’s East as heavy fighting between government troops and local armed groups continues. …read more Source: Fars News...

    Pushing back: McCain emerges as Trump’s top Republican nemesis in Congress
    Feb01

    Pushing back: McCain emerges as Trump’s top Republican nemesis in Congress

    In this Jan. 26, 2017, photo, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., left, and Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., right, read the Wall Street Journal newspaper as they wait for President Donald Trump to speak at the House and Senate GOP lawmakers at the annual policy retreat in Philadelphia. McCain has emerged as Trump’s top Republican nemesis on Capitol...

    Russia loses 2012 Olympic silver in women’s 4×400 relay
    Feb01

    Russia loses 2012 Olympic silver in women’s 4×400 relay

    LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — The IOC says it has stripped Russia of an Olympic silver medal from the women’s 4×400-meter relay at the 2012 London Games for doping. The IOC says Antonina Krivoshapka tested positive for the anabolic steroid turinabol in reanalysis of samples from the 2008 and 2012 Olympics. Russia previously lost its...

    Georgia unwilling to create problems with delivery of Russian gas to Armenia
    Feb01

    Georgia unwilling to create problems with delivery of Russian gas to Armenia

    Gita Elibekyan Public Radio of Armenia Tbilisi The Georgian authorities assure that by agreeing to transit Russian gas to Armenia Georgia emphasizes the importance of economic and political rapprochement with the neighboring country. The issue, however, remains a hot topic in Georgia. Under the pressure of the opposition, the authorities have...

    UN warns of ‘dangerous deterioration’ in Ukraine
    Feb01

    UN warns of ‘dangerous deterioration’ in Ukraine

    The United Nations Security Council said the situation in eastern Ukraine is worsening, leading to a “severe impact on the local civilian population,†in a statement released Tuesday. The members of the council, including Ukraine, which is serving a two-year term, condemned the use of weapons prohibited by Minsk peace...

    Heavy fighting continues in eastern Ukraine
    Feb01

    Heavy fighting continues in eastern Ukraine

    AVDIIVKA, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine reported Wednesday that at least one soldier was killed overnight and more injured in the country’s east as heavy fighting between government troops and Russia-backed rebels continued. The Ukrainian government’s press office for the military operation in the east reported one soldier killed, and nine...