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Kiev starts to shut down Internet and television
12:53 23-01-2014
Kiev starts to shut down Internet and television Kiev has started to shut down internet and television. As Espresso TV informs, residents of Kiev centre and left bank regions informed them about this.
Residents of The Obolon region declare that the access to certain internet resources have been restricted, namely, they can’t get access to the web pages that release objective information about the ongoing developments in Kiev.
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France burkini: Highest court suspends ban
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EU membership still a strategic aim for Turkey - Mevlut Cavusoglu
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that EU membership remains a strategic aim for Turkey.
Italy’s PM declares day of mourning
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Hillary Clinton calls Putin 'grand-godfather of extreme nationalism
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Bolivia minister killed by protesting miners
The Bolivian government says its deputy interior minister has been kidnapped and killed by striking miners.
Over two dozen Russian Black Sea, Caspian ships sail out as part of snap check
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Italy quake death toll rises to 267
The number of people killed in the massive earthquake that shook central Italy on Wednesday rose to 267 on Friday and nearly 400 injured people were in hospitals, the Civil Protection department said.
Blast kills 9 in Cizre, Turkey
A large car bomb has exploded outside a police building in Cizre, in south-east Turkey, killing 9 people, including policemen, and injuring more than 45, reports say.
 Hungarian PM sees it is “impossible” to allow Turkish citizens visa-free travel to Europe
The São Paulo newspaper recalled that the refugee agreement between the EU and Turkey specified the abolition of compulsory visas for Turkish citizens. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has stressed that if Brussels fails to keep to the agreement, Ankara will unleash waves of refugees towards the EU, foreign media say.
“Deprived Adolescence” - UNFPA Georgia presents the photo exhibition by Daro Sulakauri
UNFPA Georgia presents the photo exhibition by Daro Sulakauri “Deprived of Adolescence” on March 11, 2016, 16:00 at Zurab Tsereteli Museum of Modern Art (MOMA Tbilisi - 27 Rustaveli Av).