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The US Department of State admitted that militants linked to Al-Nusra Front are carrying out terrorist attacks using chemical weapons in Syria. The US military previously said it was co
The business newspaper Finance endorses President Borut Pahor for a second term in Friday's editorial, finding that he made a bad prime minister, but that he performs well as president.
The uproar over allegations that Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein sexually abused and harassed dozens of the women he worked with is inspiring countless women (and some men) to share their own pers
European Council President Donald Tusk has explicitly ruled out any EU action over Catalonia, despite the "concerning" situation, according to BBC.
Once in a while, life provides us with the kind of dramatic moral dilemma that even the most imaginative ethics textbook writer couldn’t think up. Presently, my community – the University of Flori
  Public transport travellers will soon be able to ride and pay later, according to the NS transport operator. It...
Minister of Social Policy of Ukraine Andriy Reva has said that the government is drafting a bill that unifies the system of providing social assistance, and expects its adoption by the Verkhovna Rada
According to the Russian lawmaker, situation surrounding Catalonia is very challenging
As the old saying goes, the only things certain in life are death and taxes. While death is inevitable, the quality of life you experience until death is often within an individual’s control. This i
Some EU leaders want to give less financial support to Turkey in preparation for possible EU membership because of concerns...
Revenues of the state budget of Azerbaijan for 2018 is forecasted in the amount of 20.127 billion manats
On October 25, the Russian PM will also take part in a meeting of the EAEU Intergovernmental Council
The news that Justice Minister Goran Klemen?i? has been named Slovenia's nominee for the Council of Europe's human rights commissioner is not surprising, Dnevnik says in Friday's commentar
Romanian tennis player Elena Gabriela Ruse on Thursday advanced to the women's singles semi-finals of the 25,000-USD ITF Joue-Les-Tours tournament in France after defeating Japanese Mari Osaka 6-4 3
The European Commission on Thursday said that despite a lack of unity among member states over Russia’s plans for a new gas pipeline to Germany, it would press ahead to seek support for talks wi
Household consumption rose by 2.3% in August, the fifth consecutive monthly gain of more than 2% , the national statistics...
Azerbaijan will support the extension of the OPEC+ agreement, if the decision is made.
A Georgia woman says she could face arrest because she can’t afford the funeral expense for her late husband. A funeral home storing the man’s remains said it may press charges for abandonment of
Paris Saint-Germain will unleash star strike duo Neymar and Kylian Mbappe on bitter foes Marseille for the first time this weekend in the latest instalment of France’s most heated but increasing
In the near future, the Ministry of Health will begin implementing the medical reform laid down in bill No. 6327, there will be no shocks for medical institutions and doctors, Deputy Health Minister P
The State Border Service of Ukraine has attracted over 300 servicemen from October 18 to strengthen the protection of the state border with the countries of the European Union within Volyn, Lviv, Zaka
In anticipation of the Brussels meeting over the delayed privatisation of the NLB bank, Delo says on Friday that Slovenia has no ace up its sleeve to persuade the European Commission to agree to the b
The Amsterdam office of advertising agency Anomaly has won a three-year contact to carry out a worldwide campaign for Swedish...
Russia's hybrid military forces have attacked Ukrainian army positions in Donbas 15 times in the past 24 hours, with no Ukrainian soldiers reported as killed or wounded in action, the press service of
Uzbekistan’s President Shavkat Mirziyoyev received a delegation of participants of the international conference, “Islamic Solidarity: on the example of Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan”, led by Chairma
Matchday 3 of the League Europa group stage Thursday night saw Zorya Luhansk secure a 2:1 win against Germany’s Hertha while Dynamo Kyiv struggled throughout its homer with Switzerland’s Y
Romania's Defence Minister Mihai Fifor on Thursday attended the inauguration ceremony of the NATO Counterintelligence Centre of Excellence in Krakow, along with his counterparts from Poland, Slovakia
The Council of Europe's secretary general is currently on a working visit in Russia
The ongoing struggle between separatist Catalonia and the Spanish central government in Madrid continues to dominate the French front pages, with most commentators suggesting the conflict has now gone
The latest polls released on Friday indicate that incumbent President Borut Pahor has been losing some ground. Although he is forecast to easily win the first round, a run-off is possible though not
Pres Putin dubbed Simon Petliura, a distinguished Ukrainian leader in the civil war of the 1920’s, a Fascist and anti-Semite. In doing so, he echoed the erstwhile Soviet propaganda myth, still share
The franchise market in Romania - more than 400 concepts, is headed towards EUR3 billion revenue by yearend and has the potential to double in the next five years, as the interest of entrepreneurs f
Ursus Breweries, the largest brewer in Romania, posted 8% to 10% higher sales in the first half compared with the year-ago period and its growth rate was higher than the overall market’s.
Ukraine's Culture Minister Yevhen Nyschuk and Minister of Education, Culture and Research of Moldova Monica Babuc have signed the Cooperation Program of Ukraine and Moldova in the field of culture unt
Russia's hybrid military forces attacked Ukrainian army positions in Donbas 15 times in the past 24 hours, with no Ukrainian soldiers reported as killed or wounded in action, according to the pres
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Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman expects that the first tangible results of medical reform in the country can be expected in a few years, but efforts need to be made.
Azerbaijan will support the extension of the OPEC+ agreement, if the decision is made, said Azerbaijani Energy Minister Parviz Shahbazov
Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday admitted that he was disturbed and surprised by the claim made by members of the Boko Haram sect that they were receiving support from th
Residents of the Moscow area woke early to a gas pipeline fire, local emergency services said. Numerous videos have been posted on social media of spectacular flames shooting up into th
Ukraine Ambassador to the United States Valeriy Chalyj had a meeting with representatives of AM-General company which makes Hummer army ambulances.
Taking the stock of the presidential campaign on the last day before the blackout sets in, Delo finds that the presidential election in Slovenia has become depoliticised and trivial.
Assets of Azerbaijan’s Xalq Bank OJSC increased by 8.2 percent and totaled 1,805.244 million manats in nine months of 2017.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Thursday that Russian cyber interference in American elections is "warfare," CNN reports.
Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Friday, 20 October:
The official exchange rate of US dollar and euro to Azerbaijani manat for Oct. 20 was set at 1.7001 manats and 2.0087 manats, respectively.
The world-famous French accordionist Richard Galliano will perform in Baku.
President David Granger yesterday unilaterally chose retired justice James Patterson, 84,  to be Chairman of GECOM, rejecting a third list that had been submitted by Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo
In the wake of President David Granger’s unilateral appointment of former Justice James Patterson as Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo yesterday s
For the third consecutive year, the APNU+AFC government has unilaterally imposed hikes in public service wages and salaries.
President David Granger has made a disastrous decision by unilaterally appointing a Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission.
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