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To the west of Eurasia lays Europe, a region predisposed to division. It is surrounded on nearly all sides by islands and peninsulas that make it difficult for Europe to cohere. Europe is a continent riven by pockets of distinct cultures whose differences are all too often irreconcilable.

Shoigu Arrives In Belgrade To Strengthen Russia-Serbia Military Cooperation

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By: Joaquin Flores The Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation, Army General Sergei Shoigu arrived today, February 17, on a working visit to Belgrade, where he will hold talks with his...
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Pro-Assad group launches remembrance campaign for Qassem Soleimani in Italy

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By Alex MacDonald A nationalist coalition has launched a campaign across Italy for slain Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani, plastering his face on posters across the country. Social media users reacted...
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Italy will buy 4 new U-212 NFS submarines

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The Ministry of Defense, in concert with the Treasury and Economic Development, raised the funds for the acquisition (together with the technical-logistical support) of four U-212 NFS (Near Future...

Merkel successor Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer to quit after vote debacle

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Angela Merkel's designated successor Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer said she would quit her role as head of Germany's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) following a regional election debacle. Kramp-Karrenbauer, known by her initials...
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Poland inks $4.6 billion contract for F-35 fighter jets

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By Jaroslaw Adamowski   Polish Defence Minister Mariusz Blaszczak has signed a contract worth $4.6 billion under which the country will acquire 32 F-35A Lightning II fighter jets from the United...

UK leaves European Union

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The UK has officially left the European Union after 47 years of membership - and more than three years after it voted to do so in a referendum. The historic...

UK flags taken down at EU buildings in Brussels ahead of Brexit

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Britain’s Union Jack was removed from lines of EU member state flags at the European Council and European Parliament buildings in Brussels on Friday evening ahead of the United...
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UK PM Johnson plans ‘respectful’ Brexit celebration

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LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would be respectful in his celebrations on Friday when Britain leaves the European Union, mindful that Brexit still divides the...

EU parliament gives final approval to Brexit deal

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The European Parliament on Wednesday gave its final approval to Britain’s divorce deal from the bloc, paving the way for Brexit to take place on Friday. The chamber broke into...
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Boris Johnson signs Brexit deal

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Boris Johnson hailed a “fantastic moment” as he formally signed his Brexit deal with the European Union. The U.K. prime minister used a Parker fountain pen to put his signature...
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Historic Win for Left: Gustavo Petro Wins Colombian Elections

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Bogota-SANA-Leftist candidate Gustavo Petro maintained a five percentage point difference, with 50 percent, against Rodolfo Hernandez during Colombia’s presidential runoff, with 79.6 percent of...
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EU forced to buy Russian oil to prevent Putin from earning even more –...

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The head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, said that the European Union is forced to buy Russian oil so that Putin...
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JP Morgan: The Russian economy is doing better than expected after the introduction of...

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The large American bank "JP Morgan" estimates that the Russian economy is doing better than expected after the introduction of Western sanctions, and that...
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Greenpeace: United Kingdom imported more than $ 275 million in Russian oil during the...

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The British government has imported Russian oil worth 220 million pounds ($ 276 million) since Moscow declared war on Ukraine, according to a new...

The Hell of Volnovakha

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The battle for this strategically important place was fought for two weeks. With the fall of Volnovakha and the northbound frontline push, a railway...