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    Ukraine’s Poroshenko: we’ve listened to foreign partners on corruption law
    May22

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko: we’ve listened to foreign partners on corruption law

    30 min 8 sec agoKIEV – President Petro Poroshenko said on Tuesday that Ukraine had taken into account …read more Source:...

    Japanese scholar researches Bulgarian dialects in Romania and Bessarabia
    May22

    Japanese scholar researches Bulgarian dialects in Romania and Bessarabia

    Japanese scholar Kenta Sugai encountered Bulgarian language during his studies at the Tokyo University of Foreign Languages ​​where he first studied Russian philology. As a linguist he was fascinated by the grammatical features of Bulgarian among other Slavic languages. He focused on the study of dialects of Bulgarian migrants in Romania. For 2...

    Contractual games searched in Ukraine
    May22

    Contractual games searched in Ukraine

    Ukrainian law enforcement bodies suspect that contractual games have been set up in the Football Premier League. According to local media, the government has ordered a thorough investigation by questioning the players, coaches, club presidents, and referees. The law enforcement bodies were ready to start the investigation sooner, but they did not...

    Estonian President’s Ukraine visit to include Donbass region
    May22

    Estonian President’s Ukraine visit to include Donbass region

    Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid is on an official visit to Ukraine starting today. Her itinerary for the 22-24 May trip includes a visit to the war-torn Donbass region of eastern Ukraine, and comes at a time when the situation there has been worsening. …read more Source:...

    Four dead as fighting spikes in Ukraine’s rebel east
    May22

    Four dead as fighting spikes in Ukraine’s rebel east

    More than 10,000 people have been killed in an ongoing conflict in Ukraine. (AFP pic) KIEV: At least four people were killed and nine others wounded in eastern Ukraine in the latest surge in violence between Russia-backed rebels and the Ukrainian army, the authorities from both sides said on Monday. The latest casualties brought the death toll to...

    The Clinton Cartel Finding Themselves on the Receiving End of Their Own Witch Hunt
    May22

    The Clinton Cartel Finding Themselves on the Receiving End of Their Own Witch Hunt

    Right Side News – The Right News for Americans The CLINTON CARTEL “This Ain’t a Hill Worthy of Dying On”-James Comey translation (Oh LORDY, gee whiz, I’m glad I bailed!) Everyone, grab your “VAST RIGHT WING CONSPIRACY” hat and let’s take a journey to the center of it all…. Putin is giving SPIES AND BOTS a graduation speech...

    How the US Considered Declaring Russia a State Sponsor of Terror — Then Dropped It
    May22

    How the US Considered Declaring Russia a State Sponsor of Terror — Then Dropped It

    After an attack on a former spy, the State Department pondered placing that label on Putin’s government. Instead, the Trump administration continued a longtime U.S. policy of treating Russia as a partner in fighting terrorism even as evidence of its misbehavior mounts. The attempt to kill a former Russian spy in England bore an ominous...

    Crimean bridge not to pay off, Crimean Tatar leader says
    May22

    Crimean bridge not to pay off, Crimean Tatar leader says

    Crimean Tatar leader in a reaction to the opening of the Crimea bridge from mainland Russia to illegally annexed peninsular has evaluated that the money spent on the construction works would not pay off. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    State Duma Adopts Russian Countersanctions Bill
    May22

    State Duma Adopts Russian Countersanctions Bill

    The lower chamber of the Russian parliament, the State Duma, has approved in its third and final reading a bill that provides for countermeasures against the United States and other countries that imposed sanctions against Russia. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    How Iran Can Evade Sanctions This Time
    May22

    How Iran Can Evade Sanctions This Time

    On paper, the 16 companies registered to the 15th-floor office-tower suite of a building in Hong Kong appeared indistinguishable from the thousands of humdrum firms operating within the glass-and-steel high-rises of the city. But according to the U.S. Treasury Department, all these firms, with names like True Honour Holdings and Alpha Effort...