Bulgaria faces fresh elections as Socialists refuse to form a government big-plus
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Culture Bulgaria faces fresh elections as Socialists refuse to form a government

Thursday, 06 May 2021 06:14

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev gives a mandate to form a new government to former Bulgarian foreign minister Daniel Mitov of centre-right GERB party in Sofia, Bulgaria ...

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Ahead of Geneva talks, Cypriots march for peace big-plus
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Culture Ahead of Geneva talks, Cypriots march for peace

Thursday, 06 May 2021 06:14

With some holding olive branches, people walked in the bright spring sunshine around the medieval walls circling the capital, Nicosia. The ...

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President Tatar calls for a ‘Cyprus reality-check’ to usher in ‘a new era of co-operation and mutual respect’ between Turkish and Greek Cypriots big-plus
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Culture President Tatar calls for a ‘Cyprus reality-check’ to usher in ‘a new era of co-operation and mutual respect’ between Turkish and Greek Cypriots

Thursday, 06 May 2021 06:14

The president was speaking ahead of his trip to Geneva this week for informal talks with the Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades and the foreign ministers of the island’s three ...

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Street protests may compel Pakistan to expel French envoy big-plus
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Culture Street protests may compel Pakistan to expel French envoy

Thursday, 06 May 2021 06:14

A policeman was lynched by a mob, four persons have been killed in police firing and several were injured through two days of violence across the main cities that shows no sign of e ...

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Victor Shokin files complaint with European Commission over 2016 firing big-plus
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Culture Victor Shokin files complaint with European Commission over 2016 firing

Thursday, 06 May 2021 06:14

The submission is Shokin’s latest attempt to secure justice for what he sees as his unlawful 2016 dismissal by then-Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko. After exhausting all availa ...

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EU must remain wary of Trojan horse Huawei big-plus
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Culture EU must remain wary of Trojan horse Huawei

Thursday, 06 May 2021 06:14

Whether that’s the intent behind this particular partnership with Mytilineos, the move has shed a spotlight on the fact that European policymakers have yet to fully address the ques ...

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More airlines resume international air travel to Kazakhstan big-plus
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Culture More airlines resume international air travel to Kazakhstan

Thursday, 06 May 2021 06:14

Regular domestic air travel has been resumed in Kazakhstan, while international air travel is steadily rebounding. LOT Polish Airlines will have their flights resumed to Kazakhst ...

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Agriculture: Short-term outlook report favourable for EU agricultural sectors big-plus
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Culture Agriculture: Short-term outlook report favourable for EU agricultural sectors

Thursday, 06 May 2021 06:14

In addition, prospects are favourable with a dynamic global demand and the reopening of food services (restaurants, bars, cafés) expected once the vaccination campaign is suf ...

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UN agencies urge donors to support fifth Brussels conference for Syria big-plus
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Culture UN agencies urge donors to support fifth Brussels conference for Syria

Thursday, 06 May 2021 06:14

The European Union is ready to enhance dialogue among all international actors with influence in the Syrian crisis, and calls on them to join forces at the conference to reaffirm an ...

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Pakistan urged to ‘take responsibility’ for ‘genocide’ big-plus
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Culture Pakistan urged to ‘take responsibility’ for ‘genocide’

Thursday, 06 May 2021 06:14

On 26 March 1971, Pakistani troops entered east Pakistan in order to put down a growing movement for Bangladeshi independence. A nine-month war of Independence followed, ending with ...

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UK failure to implement Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol jeopardizes peace and stability big-plus
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Culture UK failure to implement Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol jeopardizes peace and stability

Thursday, 06 May 2021 06:14

It is the second time in the space of six months that the UK government is set to breach international law, further eroding trust in EU/UK relations. The EU says the UK has failed t ...

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