Transgender and Tribal Women among the Recipients of India’s Top Civilian Awards

Indian transgender folk dancer Matha B. Manjamma Jogati was among the 119 recipients of Padma awards, the highest Indian civilian awards presented in October 2021 by the President of India Mr. Ram Nath Kovind. Manjamma Jogati is known for her mastery of

World | November 11, 2021, Thursday // 18:51 | Viewed: 2287

EU May Impose New Sanctions on Belarus as early as Monday

The European Union may impose new sanctions on Belarus as early as Monday, Reuters reported, citing a diplomat in Brussels.

World » EU | November 11, 2021, Thursday // 16:50 | Viewed: 1901

Poland Increases Security on Border with Belarus after Threat of Migrants Increases

Poland is stepping up security measures on its border with Belarus (the European Union's eastern border) after reports that a large group of migrants in Belarus have headed to a checkpoint on the Polish-Belarusian border, world news agencies reported, cit

World » EU | November 8, 2021, Monday // 16:08 | Viewed: 2583

Russia: For Third Day in a Row, More than 40,000 New Infections with COVID-19

For the third day in a row, more than 40,000 new infections with COVID-19 have been registered in Russia, TACC reports, explaining that 40,735 coronavirus infections have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours.

World » Russia | November 5, 2021, Friday // 10:52 | Viewed: 1962

Up to Three Years in Prison for a Fake COVID Certificate in Ukraine

The use and creation of fake vaccination certificates against COVID-19 is subject to criminal prosecution and is punishable by a fine or imprisonment under new legislation passed at first reading in Ukraine

World » Ukraine | November 3, 2021, Wednesday // 10:29 | Viewed: 3287

A Record 1,178 Died of COVID-19 in Russia in the last 24 hours

Russian health authorities on Tuesday registered a new record daily increase in deaths due to the coronavirus, with 1,178 people dying in the last 24 hours after contracting Covid-19. In 12 of the last 15 days, Russia has reported record coronavirus morta

World » Russia | November 2, 2021, Tuesday // 12:16 | Viewed: 2135

Satellite Images Show New Concentration of Russian Military Forces along Ukraine's Borders

New commercial satellite imagery taken on Monday confirms recent reports that Russia is re-accumulating troops and military equipment on the border with Ukraine after a major concentration of forces this spring, Politico reported.

World » Ukraine | November 2, 2021, Tuesday // 11:05 | Viewed: 3171

Polish Politicians on Decision of EU Court: They Declared War on Us!

Politicians in Poland reacted to the decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union, which ordered Warsaw to pay a fine of one million euros a day until the dissolution of the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court, reports the news portal Onet

World » EU | October 28, 2021, Thursday // 10:53 | Viewed: 3314

Dramatic Increase in COVID-19 Infection in Balkan Countries

Countries in the region still see a dramatic increase in the number of new coronavirus infections. With the exception of an increase in the number of new coronaviruses in Slovenia and Croatia, the worst situation on Wednesday is in Romania, where there ar

World » Southeast Europe | October 28, 2021, Thursday // 10:43 | Viewed: 3763

Ukraine with a New Anti-record for Deaths Caused by COVID-19

The number of deaths from complications after coronavirus infection in the past 24 hours in Ukraine is 734, which is the highest figure for the entire pandemic. This was announced on Tuesday by the Ministry of Health of the country, quoted by TASS.

World » Ukraine | October 26, 2021, Tuesday // 14:09 | Viewed: 2611

For the Serbian Patriarch, North Macedonia does not exist

The Serbian Orthodox Church, the most loyal ally of modern Serbian chauvinism in the Balkans, began celebrations on the 700th anniversary of the death of King Stefan II Milutin (1282-29 October 1321) in RN Macedonia, but without inviting local scholars

World » Southeast Europe | October 26, 2021, Tuesday // 07:49 | Viewed: 3673

COVID-19: 4 Months "Home Regime" for Unvaccinated over 60 years and Chronically ill in Moscow

Unvaccinated people over the age of 60 and those with chronic diseases will have to keep from leaving their homes. Almost complete closure is forthcoming in St. Petersburg, but so far only for a week.

World » Russia | October 25, 2021, Monday // 10:03 | Viewed: 3102

UN Torture Prevention Body to Visit Bulgaria

The United Nations Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture (SPT) will make its first visit to Bulgaria from 24 to 30 October to assess the treatment of people deprived of their liberty, and examine the existing protection measures against torture and ill-tr

World | October 22, 2021, Friday // 15:57 | Viewed: 2853

Warsaw: We will Not Comply with the EU Declaration of the Rule of Law

Polish authorities do not believe that the resolution adopted by the European Parliament (EP) on Thursday, which expresses dissatisfaction with Warsaw's actions

World » EU | October 22, 2021, Friday // 11:25 | Viewed: 2341

European Leaders Attacked Poland at a Summit in Brussels

European leaders lined up sharply to criticize Warsaw on Thursday for challenging the EU's legal basis, but Poland's prime minister said he would not succumb to "blackmail" before joining the 27-nation bloc's summit, reports Reuters.

World » EU | October 22, 2021, Friday // 11:15 | Viewed: 2375

EU Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Supports Introduction of "Green Certificate" in Bulgaria

EU Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Stella Kyriakides voiced concern over the evolving epidemic situation in Bulgaria during a video conference with Health Minister Stoycho Katsarov

World » EU | October 21, 2021, Thursday // 18:57 | Viewed: 2539

Local Elections are being Held in North Macedonia

1,824,864 people have the right to vote. 301 candidates are running for mayor and 10,600 for municipal councilors. Twelve candidates are running for mayor of the capital, Skopje. The second round of elections will take place on October 31.

World » Southeast Europe | October 17, 2021, Sunday // 11:13 | Viewed: 2611

The Future of EU: Stronger Common European Policy and Creation of European Army?

A stronger common European policy, the creation of a European army and common European embassies are among the ideas proposed by European citizens participating in the last meeting of the first Citizens' Council of the Conference on the Future of Europe.

World » EU | October 16, 2021, Saturday // 20:09 | Viewed: 2824

The Arctic: MEPs Call for Peace and Reduction of Tensions in the Region

Parliament calls for constructive international cooperation in the Arctic, while warning of emerging threats to stability in the region.

World » EU | October 7, 2021, Thursday // 21:04 | Viewed: 2129

MEPs Push for Common EU Cyber Defense Capabilities

MEPs call for a comprehensive set of measures and a coherent security policy in the field of information technology, as well as for improved military coordination in the field of cyber defense in order to strengthen the EU's cyber resilience.

World » EU | October 7, 2021, Thursday // 20:56 | Viewed: 2331

Powerful Earthquake in Pakistan, Dozens of Deaths Reported

At least 20 people have been killed in an earthquake in Pakistan

World | October 6, 2021, Wednesday // 23:53 | Viewed: 1760
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