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    European Union chief Donald Tusk says the EU will extend sanctions against Russia over Ukraine
    Jun22

    European Union chief Donald Tusk says the EU will extend sanctions against Russia over Ukraine

    European Union chief Donald Tusk says the EU will extend sanctions against Russia over Ukraine …read more Source: ABC...

    Report: Congress Investigating If Trump Team Used Voter Data Stolen By Russia
    Jun22

    Report: Congress Investigating If Trump Team Used Voter Data Stolen By Russia

    Congress is investigating whether any private voter information allegedly stolen by Russian hackers was passed to or used by the Trump campaign, Time reported Thursday. Ken Menzel, general counsel of the Illinois State Board of Elections, told Time that 90,000 state voter records were obtained through cyberattacks on their system, 90 percent of...

    Pre-Verdict Detention Of Crimean Tatar Activist On Trial Prolonged
    Jun22

    Pre-Verdict Detention Of Crimean Tatar Activist On Trial Prolonged

    A court in Russia-controlled Crimea has prolonged the pre-verdict detention of Crimean Tatar activist Ahtem Chiygoz, who is on trial in connection with resistance to Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Angela Merkel: German Chancellor slaps down May on Brexit talks
    Jun22

    Angela Merkel: German Chancellor slaps down May on Brexit talks

    Britain's vote to leave the EU exactly a year ago on Friday was the biggest in a series of shocks that the bloc has faced. German Chancellor Angela Merkel insisted Thurday that the EU’s future took priority over Brexit talks as Prime Minister Theresa May met European leaders for the first time since a disastrous election gamble.Under...

    Oliver Stone on interviewing Vladimir Putin: “There are two sides to every story”
    Jun22

    Oliver Stone on interviewing Vladimir Putin: “There are two sides to every story”

    The director says his conversations with the Russian president, like all of his works, speak for themselves. “You’re going to start with this blogging bullshit?” Oliver Stone raises his voice at a reporter, a look of fury on his face. The director has been asked about the veracity of a video shown to him by the Russian president in his...

    Egypt GASC wheat tender lowest offer $190.88/t from Ukraine
    Jun22

    Egypt GASC wheat tender lowest offer $190.88/t from Ukraine

    The lowest offer after accounting for shipping costs was presented by Cerealcom for 60,000 tonnes of Russian wheat at $207.09 per tonne. …read more Source:...

    Theresa May speaks, EU puts on poker face
    Jun22

    Theresa May speaks, EU puts on poker face

    Theresa May arrives in Brussels for the European Council meeting brandishing an olive branch: the principles of her “big and generous†offer on European Union citizens’ rights. Well, the broad principles at least. The detail will come when she has skipped town, in a policy paper published Monday. The expectation...

    EU leaders look beyond Brexit and love what they see
    Jun22

    EU leaders look beyond Brexit and love what they see

    Call it summer EU-phoria. There was a blazing sun overhead as European leaders arrived in Brussels for their summer summit Thursday, and the political outlook seemed just as bright, with an array of crises in check, economic indicators on the upswing across the Continent, and spirits lifted by a series of ballot-box triumphs. Perhaps most...

    REPORTERS WITHOUT BORDERS FREEDOM INDEX RANKED BANGLADESH 146 WITH ABUSE SCORE OF 53.3
    Jun22

    REPORTERS WITHOUT BORDERS FREEDOM INDEX RANKED BANGLADESH 146 WITH ABUSE SCORE OF 53.3

    REPORTERS WITHOUT BORDERS FREEDOM INDEX RANKED BANGLADESH 146 WITH ABUSE SCORE OF 53.3 The World Press Freedom Index score of 146 puts Bangladesh into another least developed democracy in the world and more towards an autocratic regime. Press freedom is worse than Pakistan and little better than Congo. While we pride ourselves with the economic...

    Europe Dismantles Ukraine’s ‘Paper Curtain’
    Jun22

    Europe Dismantles Ukraine’s ‘Paper Curtain’

    By waiving visa requirements, European countries opened the door to 45 million potential vacationers, though few Ukrainians can afford to travel abroad. …read more Source: The New York...