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    Small blast hits US Embassy in Kiev, no casualties
    Jun08

    Small blast hits US Embassy in Kiev, no casualties

    KIEV: A small blast hit the premises of the US Embassy in Kiev overnight after an unknown assailant lobbed an explosive device, Ukrainian police said on Thursday. No casualties were reported. “Investigators found that an unknown person threw an explosive device onto the territory of the diplomatic mission,” the police said in a statement. The US...

    Record high number of participants at Chernomorski Zvutsi Choir Festival this year
    Jun08

    Record high number of participants at Chernomorski Zvutsi Choir Festival this year

    The annual Chernomorski Zvutsi /Black Sea Sounds/ Choir Festival was unveiled in the port town of Balchik yesterday. The settlement’s mixed choir of the same name hosts the event. Choir workshops take place traditionally within the frameworks of the forum. This year the formation’s members will work under the guidance of Georgi...

    Putin: “I don’t have bad days because I’m not a woman”
    Jun08

    Putin: “I don’t have bad days because I’m not a woman”

    The Russian president has a history of making demeaning remarks about women. Russian President Vladimir Putin has always had — let’s go with “problematic” — views on women, but some of his latest comments in a new documentary are exceptionally offensive. In a four-part series that will air on Showtime June 12 through 15, American filmmaker...

    Russia’s Children
    Jun08

    Russia’s Children

    Russia’s Children A generation born under Vladimir Putin Photographs by YURI KOZYREV—NOORText by SIMON SHUSTER Stop by any classroom or college in Russia, and there’s one thing that pretty much all the students will have in common: They will have no memories of a political leader other than President Vladimir Putin, who has been in...

    Rada Confirms Accession to NATO Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Goal
    Jun08

    Rada Confirms Accession to NATO Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Goal

    The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on Thursday, June 7, adopted a bill which sets as Ukraine’s foreign political objective the accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, according to an UNIAN correspondent.The adopted legislation provides that the main principle of Ukraine’s foreign policy is to deepen cooperation with the North...

    Explosive Devices Goes off at US Embassy in Kiev
    Jun08

    Explosive Devices Goes off at US Embassy in Kiev

    Police in the Ukrainian capital Kiev says someone has hurled an explosive device onto the grounds of the US embassy there. …read more Source: U.S....

    Blast hits US embassy in Kiev, Ukraine
    Jun08

    Blast hits US embassy in Kiev, Ukraine

    Local police reportedly treating attack as terrorist; no claims of responsibility, no injuries, embassy working as normal …read more Source: The Times of...

    Explosive thrown on grounds of U.S. Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine
    Jun08

    Explosive thrown on grounds of U.S. Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine

    Kiev police said an explosion occurred at the U.S. Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine, but U.S. officials disagreed with local authorities calling it a terrorist act. …read more Source: United Press...

    Ethnic Bulgarians in Ukraine want protection from Bulgarian state
    Jun08

    Ethnic Bulgarians in Ukraine want protection from Bulgarian state

    Ethnic Bulgarians from the Ukrainian city of Bolhrad and the region have turned to the Bulgarian state with a call for protection of their rights. This becomes clear from a letter by the “Bulgarian Assembly” civic organization, headed by Valeriy Tverdovski. The call was triggered by the increasing number of hostile manifestations of...

    Ukrainian Parliament Makes NATO Integration A Priority
    Jun08

    Ukrainian Parliament Makes NATO Integration A Priority

    The Ukrainian parliament has defined cooperation with NATO, with the ultimate goal of joining the Western military alliance, as a top priority for the country in the face of Russian “aggression.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...