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    Kyrgyz President’s interview to Euronews
    Feb18

    Kyrgyz President’s interview to Euronews

    Euronews correspondent Natasha Richardson sat down the president of Kyrgyzstan, Almazbek Atambyev, to talk about his country’s economic ambitions and the fight against terror. euronews: Mr. Atambayev, your country is a member of the Eurasian Economic Union, and this year even presides in this union. Don’t you think that this union...

    Moody’s Says Outlook For Russian Debt Improved By Better Fiscal Management
    Feb18

    Moody’s Says Outlook For Russian Debt Improved By Better Fiscal Management

    The Moody’s ratings agency has raised the outlook on Russian government debt, citing improved fiscal management that it says will reduce the government’s dependence on oil and gas revenues. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The Black Sea continues to be at risk
    Feb18

    The Black Sea continues to be at risk

    The Black Sea is an inland sea with a unique ecosystem and some 300 rivers flow into it. According to research, 70% of all waste and pollutants in it come from the six Black Sea countries – Bulgaria, Romania, Georgia, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine. In the north-western part bordering with Ukraine, Romania and partly with Bulgaria waters are...

    David Cameron ‘courted’ for top NATO post
    Feb18

    David Cameron ‘courted’ for top NATO post

    LONDON — U.K. cabinet ministers and a foreign statesman are “courting” David Cameron to raise his hand to be the next secretary general of NATO, according to people familiar with the situation. Barely half a year since stepping down as prime minister, Cameron has held what one British official calledÂ...

    Pro-Russian Leader Threatens Kiev with Taking Control of East of Country
    Feb18

    Pro-Russian Leader Threatens Kiev with Taking Control of East of Country

    The leader of a pro-Russian separatist area in the east of Ukraine on Friday threatened Kiev with taking away control of the area by force if a political agreement was not reached. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

    NATO Officials Say Russian ‘Fake News’ Seeks to Undermine Alliance
    Feb18

    NATO Officials Say Russian ‘Fake News’ Seeks to Undermine Alliance

    Emails accusing German soldiers stationed in Lithuania of rape were sent this week to local news outlets, the latest incident in what NATO officials say is a Russian “fake news” campaign aimed at eroding public support for the military alliance. The emails, which were sent to several Lithuanian media outlets on February 14, claimed...

    Ukraine faces energy crisis after blockade
    Feb18

    Ukraine faces energy crisis after blockade

    Activists have cut off Ukraine’s coal supply in the eastern region of Donbass. …read more Source:...

    NATO Officials Say Russian ‘Fake News’ Seeks to Undermine Alliance
    Feb18

    NATO Officials Say Russian ‘Fake News’ Seeks to Undermine Alliance

    Emails accusing German soldiers stationed in Lithuania of rape were sent this week to local news outlets, the latest incident in what NATO officials say is a Russian “fake news” campaign aimed at eroding public support for the military alliance. The emails, which were sent to several Lithuanian media outlets on February 14, claimed...

    Russia Detains Ukrainian Man With Ties To Crimea Blockade Activists
    Feb18

    Russia Detains Ukrainian Man With Ties To Crimea Blockade Activists

    Russian authorities say they have detained a Ukrainian member of a Crimean-Tatar activist group that has led a blockade of the annexed peninsula. The Federal Security Service (FSB), Russias main sec …read more Source: Big News...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko Warns Against ‘Appeasing’ Russia
    Feb18

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko Warns Against ‘Appeasing’ Russia

    MUNICH, Germany — Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has urged Western nations to reject calls for the appeasement of Russia. In impassioned remarks during a panel discussion at the Munich Secur …read more Source: Big News...