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    Bulgaria Set to Record 8-Million Tourist Mark
    Jan10

    Bulgaria Set to Record 8-Million Tourist Mark

    As many as 8 million tourists will have officially visited Bulgaria at the end of January, counting from February, outgoing Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova has said. Angelkova has told the Bulgarian National Television every month of 2016 was “unprecented” in the number of arrivals to the country. As many as 5.5 million foreign...

    Understanding the Right-Wing Media Alternate Universe and the Twisted ‘Truths’ They Report
    Jan10

    Understanding the Right-Wing Media Alternate Universe and the Twisted ‘Truths’ They Report

    Click here for reuse options! The media licensed the mountebank for Trump’s latest star turn. I spent most of 2016 doing my duty as citizen, writer and educator aghast at the favors done for the unprincipled, incoherent, vicious, dangerous ignoramus Donald Trump by the business known as “the media,” formerly known as “the press” — an...

    Head of National Congress of Armenians of Ukraine dismisses Azerbaijan media “interview” attributed to him
    Jan10
    Azerbaijan is among main exporters of Ukraine arms
    Jan10

    Azerbaijan is among main exporters of Ukraine arms

    …read more Source: NEWS.am

    Tajik Culture Days to be held in Ukraine
    Jan10

    Tajik Culture Days to be held in Ukraine

    …read more Source: AKIpress News Agency

    US blacklists Putin ally, alleged Litvinenko killers
    Jan10

    US blacklists Putin ally, alleged Litvinenko killers

    The United States on Monday blacklisted Russian President Vladimir Putin’s reputed top enforcer and the prime suspects in the murder of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko in London a decade ago. The US Treasury added Russia’s senior federal investigator Alexander Bastrykin and alleged assassins Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitri Kovtun to the...

    Amid hacking row, pressure builds on Trump to soften pro-Russia rhetoric
    Jan10

    Amid hacking row, pressure builds on Trump to soften pro-Russia rhetoric

    President-elect Donald Trump is finding himself caught between his desire to improve relations with Russia and fellow Republicans who are pushing for a harsher response to what American spy agencies say was the Kremlin’s meddling in the US presidential election. The tacit acknowledgement on Sunday by his incoming chief of staff, Reince...

    U.S. Senators Push For ‘Comprehensive’ Sanctions Over Russian Hacking
    Jan10

    U.S. Senators Push For ‘Comprehensive’ Sanctions Over Russian Hacking

    A top U.S. Senate Republican said he would join with Democrats in pushing for “comprehensive” sanctions on Russia because of its attempts to influence the 2016 presidential election. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    China won’t allow bullying from US on Taiwan: Chinese media
    Jan10

    China won’t allow bullying from US on Taiwan: Chinese media

    Beijing [China], Jan. 10: Calling the recent U.S- Taiwan engagement an orchestrated show, the Chinese Media has said that Beijing won’t allow any bullying from Washington on the Taiwan question. Beijing surely hopes to keep a stable relationship with Washington, but it won’t allow any bullying from the US over the Taiwan question,...

    US blacklists Putin ally, alleged Litvinenko killers
    Jan10

    US blacklists Putin ally, alleged Litvinenko killers

    WASHINGTON: The United States on Monday blacklisted Russian President Vladimir Putin’s reputed top enforcer and the prime suspects in the murder of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko in London a decade ago. The US Treasury added Russia’s senior federal investigator Alexander Bastrykin and alleged assassins Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitri Kovtun to...