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Ukrainian Defense Ministry has withdrawn troops from Russian universities

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Ukrainian military personnel undergoing training in Russia, recalled to his homeland. This “Interfax-Ukraine” reported the press service of the Defense Ministry of the Republic. There’s clear that this Continue reading Ukrainian Defense Ministry has withdrawn troops from Russian universities

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Uganda President Yoweri Museveni blocks anti-gay law

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Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has refused to approve a controversial bill to toughen punishments for homosexuals. He has written to the parliamentary speaker criticising her for passing it in December without a quorum. Homosexuals were “abnormal” or were so for “mercenary reasons” and could be “rescued”, a local paper quotes his letter as saying. The bill provides for life imprisonment for homosexual acts and also makes it a crime Continue reading Uganda President Yoweri Museveni blocks anti-gay law

Latvia has found money to count the damage from the USSR

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Latvian government decided to resume the so-called Commission for counting damage from the Soviet occupation. However, as to whether the country nominate material claims to Russia, among politicians is no consensus. The idea of ​​creation of the commission appeared in Latvia in 2005, Continue reading Latvia has found money to count the damage from the USSR

Thailand warns of civil war

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Chapter Thai Army Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, warned that if elections scheduled for February will be held under the current political crisis in the country could erupt civil war. General urged the government and opposition to negotiate and come to a compromise, and then hold elections. More than a month in the country continue to protest opposition supporters demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. Earlier, Prime Minister to dissolve the Parliament, after which it became a temporary government until new elections, scheduled for February 2, 2014.