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Julian King: Russian info war preceded Ukrainian ship seizures

By Georgi Gotev

Russia launched a year-long fake news campaign about Kiev's and NATO's plans for the Azov Sea before seizing three Ukrainian ships and their crew there, EU security commissioner Julian King alleged Monday (10 December).

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Socialists entrust Timmermans to replace Juncker at EU helm

By Georgi Gotev

Europe’s socialist parties on Saturday (8 December) chose Dutch politician Frans Timmermans to lead them in May elections and to succeed his boss Jean-Claude Juncker as head of the European Commission. Delegates voted in Timmermans, currently first vice president of the EU’s powerful...

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N.B.A. Roundup: Bulls Fire Fred Hoiberg, Citing Lack of β€˜Energy and Spirit’

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Wizards beat the Knicks at the Garden for the ninth straight time, 110-107, and the Cavaliers topped the Nets, 99-97, on a late dunk.

Soros-funded university says it is being forced out of Hungary

By Zoran Radosavljevic

Hungary's Central European University, founded by George Soros, said on Monday  (3 December) it has been forced out of the country in "an arbitrary eviction" that violated academic freedom, and confirmed plans to enrol new students in neighbouring Austria next year.

7 found guilty in killing of Honduran environmental activist

By FREDDY CUEVAS

A Honduran court found seven people guilty of participating in the 2016 murder of prize-winning indigenous and environmental rights activist Berta Caceres, while acquitting an eighth suspect in a case that has drawn international attention.

7 found guilty in killing of Honduran environmental activist

By FREDDY CUEVAS

A Honduran court found seven people guilty of participating in the 2016 murder of prize-winning indigenous and environmental rights activist Berta Caceres, while acquitting an eighth suspect in a case that has drawn international attention.

Defrocked priest convicted of abusing another boy

A defrocked Roman Catholic priest who pleaded guilty to sexually abusing an altar boy in Massachusetts has been convicted of abusing another boy in Maine in the 1980s.

EPP’s Weber under pressure to break his silence over Macedonia name deal

By Sarantis Michalopoulos

Manfred Weber, the European People’s Party (EPP) Spitzenkandidat for the EU elections, has been silent over the name change deal reached this year between Athens and Skopje. The deal has been generally endorsed by the EPP but rejected by some of its members, including those from the two countries involved.

Praised over Brexit, Barnier in orbit of EU’s top job

By Georgi Gotev

European Union leaders lavished their Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier with praise on Sunday (25 November) for securing a divorce agreement with the United Kingdom, strengthening the Frenchman's hand should the stars align for him to run for Commission president.

Experts lament underfunding of EU task force countering Russian disinformation

By Georgi Gotev

Experts and MEPs from more than 20 countries have published today (23 November) an open letter lamenting that the East STRATCOM team established within the European External Actions Service remains understaffed and underfunded.

The new Dem House majority plans β€˜democracy reform’ vote right out the gate

By Fred Lucas

Call it the House Democratic version of draining the swamp. When Democrats in the House of Representatives assume the majority in January, they plan to introduce a sweeping “democracy reform” bill made up of a hodgepodge of past proposals that went nowhere under Republican control.

The new Dem House majority plans β€˜democracy reform’ vote right out the gate

By Fred Lucas

Call it the House Democratic version of draining the swamp. When Democrats in the House of Representatives assume the majority in January, they plan to introduce a sweeping “democracy reform” bill made up of a hodgepodge of past proposals that went nowhere under Republican control.

Former Honduran president criticizes brother's prosecution

By FREDDY CUEVAS

Former Honduran President Porfirio Lobo said Tuesday that the Central American country's current government is trampling his honor by bringing corruption cases against his wife and most recently his brother.

Former Honduran president criticizes brother's prosecution

By FREDDY CUEVAS

Former Honduran President Porfirio Lobo said Tuesday that the Central American country's current government is trampling his honor by bringing corruption cases against his wife and most recently his brother.

Spitzenkandidat picks: Manfred Weber, EPP

By Alexandra Brzozowski

With no real debating at the big debate, the EPP's Helsinki Congress picked their Spitzenkandidat contender for the European elections. EURACTIV takes a closer look at the party's new old face, Manfred Weber.

The Man Behind Freddie Mercury’s Teeth in β€˜Bohemian Rhapsody’

By MEKADO MURPHY

Chris Lyons of Fangs FX talks about those giant choppers and others projects, including a larger-than-life replica of Björk’s mouth.

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