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    Zaruhi Mejlumyan wins Free Media Awards
    May03

    Zaruhi Mejlumyan wins Free Media Awards

    Zaruhi Mejlumyan, a journalist working for the website www.hetq.am, has been awarded by the Fritt Ord Foundation (the Freedom of Expression Foundation), Oslo, and the ZEIT Foundation. The Fritt Ord Foundation and the ZEIT Foundation honoured independent journalists and media from Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia. The 2017 Free Media Awards go to...

    Tillerson says almost no trust between U.S. and Russia
    May03

    Tillerson says almost no trust between U.S. and Russia

    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Wednesday that “there’s almost no trust” between the U.S. and Russia now. Tillerson made the comments while addressing employees at the State Department. He said the Trump administration is working to rebuild trust one issue at a time, starting with Syria. Following President Donald Trump’s call...

    Interpol Confirms Removing Ukrainian Ex-Leader Yanukovych From Wanted List
    May03

    Interpol Confirms Removing Ukrainian Ex-Leader Yanukovych From Wanted List

    KIEV (Sputnik) — Kirasir published scans of an Interpol letter stating that a red notice, which is equivalent to an international arrest warrant, is absent against Yanukovych. “Interpol has thus confirmed the fact that criminal proceedings against Viktor Yanukovych [by Ukraine] are politically motivated,” the lawyer said on Facebook. The letter...

    China invited to organize tours to Minsk with visits to neighboring countries
    May03

    China invited to organize tours to Minsk with visits to neighboring countries

    Andrei Shorets believes that the Chinese tourists who come to Minsk could also visit Moscow, Riga, Kiev, Saint Petersburg and other wonderful cities that are easy to get to by plane. …read more Source:...

    Who Killed the Liberal World Order?
    May03

    Who Killed the Liberal World Order?

    At last September’s G-20 summit in Hangzhou, China, Barack Obama put the fear of God into Vladimir Putin. Or at least he tried. Two months earlier, American intelligence officials informed the President they had “high confidence” it was Russian hackers who had broken into computer servers belonging to the Democratic National Committee and...

    Bishkek is included in top 10 cities of the CIS, popular among Russian tourists
    May03

    Bishkek is included in top 10 cities of the CIS, popular among Russian tourists

    Bishkek, May 3 / Kabar /. Analytical agency Turstat determined the most popular cities of the CIS among the Russian tourists for traveling on holidays in May 2017. The ranking is made on the basis of the analysis of the data of online hotel reservation systems. Minsk, Tbilisi, Almaty, Baku, Astana, Yerevan, Kiev, Tashkent, Bishkek and Chisinau...

    Miss USSR UK – the beauty pageant for a country that no longer exists
    May03

    Miss USSR UK – the beauty pageant for a country that no longer exists

    Everyone looks stunning. Just don’t mention the Crimea. When I arrive at the beauty pageant “Miss USSR UK”, several women smile rehearsed smiles at me and tell me I look “amaaaaazing”. A voice coach tries to convince me that the presentation of what I say is potentially as important as the content of what I’m saying. But I...

    Watch: The Russia – Ukraine conflict explained in 60 seconds
    May03

    Watch: The Russia – Ukraine conflict explained in 60 seconds

    …read more Source: The...

    EU Brexit chief says UK must settle account of what it owes
    May03

    EU Brexit chief says UK must settle account of what it owes

    BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator insisted Wednesday that Britain’s accounts must be settled before any talks on its future trade relationship with the EU can take place, as he warned that time is running out to seal a deal by 2019. Unveiling the European Commission’s negotiating mandate on...

    With Demands for More NATO Spending, Romania Steps Up
    May03

    With Demands for More NATO Spending, Romania Steps Up

    The Russian buildup in Crimea, and Trump’s prodding, are pushing some smaller NATO allies to step up their game. And Moscow is watching. …read more Source: Foreign...