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    Everton manager odds: Silva and Fonseca favourites to replace Allardyce
    May16

    Everton manager odds: Silva and Fonseca favourites to replace Allardyce

    Description Portuguese coach Marco Silva was sacked by Watford in January Credits Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images Alt Text Marco Silva Everton next manager The Toffees are searching for a new boss after sacking Sam Allardyce One-Minute Read …read more Source: The...

    Putin opens bridge linking Russia to Crimea
    May16

    Putin opens bridge linking Russia to Crimea

    Russian President Vladimir Putin, driving a truck, unveiled the auto section of a new road-and-rail bridge linking Russia to the annexed Crimean peninsula on Tuesday, defying Ukraine which said the move showed cynical disregard for international law. …read more Source:...

    Putin opens Russia-Crimea bridge: ‘A miracle has happened’
    May16

    Putin opens Russia-Crimea bridge: ‘A miracle has happened’

    Bridge across Kerch strait hailed as ‘construction of the century’, tightening Russia’s hold over the contested peninsula, which Moscow annexed from Ukraine in 2014. …read more Source: AL...

    Vladimir Putin Beaten by a Cat as First to Cross $4 Billion Crimea Bridge
    May16

    Vladimir Putin Beaten by a Cat as First to Cross $4 Billion Crimea Bridge

    Four years after annexing Crimea, the Russian leader unveiled a bridge to Russia and the builder’s feline mascot has become famous all over the country. …read more Source:...

    Russia Not Asking Anyone’s Permission for Projects on Its Territory: Embassy in US
    May16

    Russia Not Asking Anyone’s Permission for Projects on Its Territory: Embassy in US

    TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The Russian government is not planning to ask for anybody’s permission to build facilities in its own regions, the Russian embassy in US has said, commenting on Washington’s criticism of the Crimea bridge opening ceremony. …read more Source: Tasnim News...

    Russia defends right to build Crimean Bridge
    May16

    Russia defends right to build Crimean Bridge

    MOSCOW– The Russia embassy in the United States said Wednesday that Moscow has the right to build the Crimean Bridge, after Washington condemned its construction and opening over the Kerch Strait., “Crimea is Russia. We shall not ask for anybody’s permission to build transport infrastructure for the sake of Russia’s...

    Three Armenian chess players at World Youth Stars Tournament
    May16

    Three Armenian chess players at World Youth Stars Tournament

    Three chess players, GM Aram Hakobyan, IM Shant Sarkisian and FIDE master Mamikon Gharibyan represent Armenia at the World Youth Chess Tournament in Kirishi, Russia. 12 young chess players from 6 countries are taking part in the tournament. In the first round, Aram Hakobyan met with the highest ranked player, Ukrainian grandmaster Kirill...

    Detained Journalist For Russian State Agency Transferred To Ukrainian Region Near Crimea
    May16

    Detained Journalist For Russian State Agency Transferred To Ukrainian Region Near Crimea

    The head of a major Russian state news agency’s branch in Ukraine has been transferred to the southern region of Kherson for prosecution following his arrest in Kyiv on suspicion of treason. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine: Radical Groups Disrupt LGBTI Event
    May16

    Ukraine: Radical Groups Disrupt LGBTI Event

    (Kyiv) – Members of radical nationalist groups violently disrupted a May 10, 2018 discussion in Kyiv about LGBTI rights, Human Rights Watch said today. Despite the intruders’ aggressive behavior an …read more Source: Big News...

    Prosecution sought against Latvian for attempting to join Ukraine conflict
    May16

    Prosecution sought against Latvian for attempting to join Ukraine conflict

    The Security Police are seeking the prosecution of Latvia’s non-citizen Artjoms Skripniks for an attempt to illegally participate in the armed conflict in eastern Ukraine, LETA was told at the Security Police May 16. …read more Source:...