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Belgrade Opened Headquarters of the Transport Community for Southeast Europe

Headquarters of the Southeast Europe Transport Community Office opened in Belgrade in the presence of Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic.

World » EU | September 13, 2019, Friday // 15:03 | Viewed: 3035

The United States Has Allocated $ 250 Million in Military Assistance to Ukraine

The US government has allocated $ 250 million in military aid to Ukraine, BTA reported, citing U.

World | September 13, 2019, Friday // 11:33 | Viewed: 2734

Boris Johnson Denied Lying to the Queen about the Reasons for the Parliament’s Suspension

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has denied he lied to Queen Elizabeth about the reasons for seeking a five-week suspension of parliament, BTA reported.

World | September 13, 2019, Friday // 10:10 | Viewed: 2552

The US Postpones a Planned $ 250 Billion Increase in Customs Duties on Chinese Goods for October 15

The US will postpone its planned $ 250 billion increase in customs duties on imported goods from China to October 15th, US President Donald Trump said in a tweet, France's press and DPA reported.

World | September 12, 2019, Thursday // 10:48 | Viewed: 2867

Food and Drug Shortages - the Worst Case Scenario For Brexit Without a Deal

Food and drug shortages, as well as riots - this, according to a British government report, is the worst case scenario for Brexit without a deal.

World » EU | September 12, 2019, Thursday // 07:57 | Viewed: 2997

China Exempts 16 Types of US Goods from Additional Duties

China has decided to release 16 types of US goods from additional duties, authorities said.

World | September 11, 2019, Wednesday // 11:35 | Viewed: 2665

The US Marks 18 Years since the September 11 Attacks

Eighteen years have passed since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States.

World | September 11, 2019, Wednesday // 11:13 | Viewed: 2536

Rating Downfall: Only 27% of Americans Fully Support Trump

The US president's rating has dropped significantly, RIA Novosti reports.

World | September 11, 2019, Wednesday // 11:10 | Viewed: 2775

Electric Vehicles Will be Displayed at the Frankfurt Motor Show

The Frankfurt trade show, which opens this week, is being shown mostly cars with batteries.

World | September 11, 2019, Wednesday // 07:54 | Viewed: 2631

North Korea Fired Two Unidentified Projectiles Once Again

North Korea launches "two unidentified shells" at sea, South Korean agency Yonhap said at a time when Pyongyang offered to resume talks with Washington, France-based BTA reported.

World | September 10, 2019, Tuesday // 19:01 | Viewed: 2412

Erdogan: Turkey Cannot Cope with a New Wave of Syrian Migrants

Turkey cannot handle a new wave of migrants from northern Syria.

World | September 10, 2019, Tuesday // 18:36 | Viewed: 2452

Greece Creates Two New "Transit" Migrant Camps

The Greek government plans to create two new continental camps to house migrants and refugees transferred from the island's overcrowded facilities, saying the new units will be temporary, serving only as "transit" centers.

World » EU | September 10, 2019, Tuesday // 14:17 | Viewed: 2619

Nissan’s CEO Resigns

Japanese automotive giant Nissan has announced that Hiroto Saikawa has resigned as chief executive officer and president, effective September 16, the Associated Press reported.

World | September 10, 2019, Tuesday // 06:47 | Viewed: 3082

The British Parliament Will Vote the Early Elections

The vote obliges Boris Johnson's cabinet to comply with the decision.

World | September 10, 2019, Tuesday // 06:41 | Viewed: 2673

Ursula von der Leyen Approved the List of Proposals For New Commissioners

For Bulgaria, the name of Commissioner Maria Gabriel is confirmed.

World » EU | September 9, 2019, Monday // 14:33 | Viewed: 3031

Hundreds of Students Formed Human Chains in Hong Kong in Support of the Anti-Government Protests

Hundreds of high school students formed human chains on the streets of Hong Kong today in support of the anti-government protests following a week of clashes in the Chinese-ruled metropolis, Reuters reported.

World | September 9, 2019, Monday // 13:03 | Viewed: 2504

US Expert: The Bahamas after Dorian Are almost as if Nuclear Bombs Have Fallen on Them

The head of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Mark Green, compared the damage from the Dorian hurricane in the Bahamas with the nuclear bomb, reported.

World | September 9, 2019, Monday // 11:21 | Viewed: 2970

Deadly Algae Have Been Accumulating for Decades along the Coast of France

For decades, potentially deadly green algae have been accumulating in the bays on the northwestern French coast of Brittany, according to the Guardian newspaper.

World | September 9, 2019, Monday // 11:15 | Viewed: 2824

Explosion at a Culinary Festival in Germany, more than 10 Were Injured

14 people were injured in a traditional cooking arts festival in the western German region of Siegerland, BTA reported.

World | September 9, 2019, Monday // 10:37 | Viewed: 2624

26 Independent Candidates Enter the Moscow Parliament

26 independent candidates enter the local parliament of Moscow.

World » Russia | September 9, 2019, Monday // 10:07 | Viewed: 2412

New Debate and Voting on the Brexit Saga

The saga of Brexit continues - Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected today to propose a second endorsement of early elections in mid-October.

World » EU | September 9, 2019, Monday // 07:41 | Viewed: 2902
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