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Contest organizers have condemned Ukraine’s decision not to allow a Russian contestant into its territory
Whatever else might be said of President Putin, he is no madman given to lashing out impulsively, and might treat his unstable ally-turned-rival gingerly in the future
Russian envoy descended into finger-jabbing outburst at UN Security Council meeting
Some say this is because the Turkish foreign minister called on Moscow to cut off its support for Syria’s Assad
Special report from Iraq, from the front line of the war against Islamists
At least 36 people, mainly Christian – Kopts died as a result of explosions in two churches during religious services relating to Palm Sunday.
The Georgian government did implement European-style reforms, but some larger issues remain to be addressed
What are the barriers that prevent Georgia from joining the spiritual (and eventually by association, political) ranks of the European continent?
Over 50 missiles fired in response to chemical attack by Assad's government
The expectation is that Ukrainian citizens will be able to travel to EU without visas starting from June
International community blames the Syrian government and claims Russia must also be held accountable
Meanwhile, Russia tries to hamper it
Erbil men break stereotypes
U.S. Senate launches public hearings on Russian’s alleged meddling in 2016 U.S. presidential election
The matter turned out to be of such importance that the opposing groups, the Republicans and Democrats, united their efforts in a joint committee
“This is a historic moment from which there can be no turning back,” British Premier said
“I am going to show you a Ukraine that you will never see on any other TV channel,” said Mikhail Saakashvili, now the anchor at a new political talk show in Ukraine.
Political analysts see this as part of Hungary’s crackdown on traditional freedoms and human rights and a sign the country’s relations with the West may be worsening
Georgian PM was one of them