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Rammstein’s new album: Still grooving, but not as strong as in golden years

Rammstein were out of sight for so long that they seemed to have become something that comes from sweet nostalgic memories of the early 2000s — just next to Pentium 4-based home PCs, rock-solid Nokia cell phones, and CD discs in paper envelopes. Even by the time of their previous studio release “Liebe ist für […]

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Business Insider: 9 mind-blowing facts about Venezuela’s economy

The nation of Venezuela is in a state of crisis. Read more here.

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Lutsenko says he intended to open criminal cases on 5 credit lines of PrivatBank

Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko in 2017-2018 intended to open criminal cases on five credit lines of PrivatBank, but could not do this because of the decision of ex-Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk to begin proceeds in the High Court of Justice of England and Wales. “Together with state-owned PrivatBank, we appealed to court on […]

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EurActiv.com: Russia’s flagship gas project defies pipeline politics

Rarely has the construction of a gas pipeline in Europe caused such a heated dispute as Nord Stream 2. EURACTIV went to the source to explore the economic, political, legal and societal dimensions of Russia’s controversial pipeline project. Read more here.

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UkrInform: People’s Front complains to Constitutional Court about unconstitutionality of parliament dissolution

MPs from the People’s Front faction Andriy Teteruk and Ihor Alekseyev have submitted a motion to the Constitutional Court regarding the unconstitutionality of a presidential decree on the early termination of powers of the Verkhovna Rada, according to an Ukrinform correspondent. Read more here.

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UNIAN: Poroshenko, his party call congress for May 31 pending snap parliamentary elections

Former President Petro Poroshenko has announced that his party, the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko “Solidarity,” will hold a congress on May 31. Read more here.

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PM Groysman’s resignation letter registered in Ukrainian parliament

Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman’s letter of resignation has been registered in the country’s parliament, Verkhovna Rada spokesperson Iryna Karmeliuk has told Interfax-Ukraine. “Groysman’s letter of resignation was registered in the Verkhovna Rada on May 23,” Karmeliuk said.

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UkrInform: Klitschko to open pedestrian bridge in Kyiv on May 25

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko will open a pedestrian and bicycle bridge connecting the Volodymyr Hill Park with the People’s Friendship Arch on the occasion of the Day of Kyiv on May 25, the mayor’s press service has told Ukrinform. Read more here.

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UNIAN: IMF set to continue talks with Ukraine after parliament elections

Ukraine’s key lender, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), is ready to continue talks and cooperation with the new government of Ukraine after the snap parliamentary elections, which are scheduled for July 2019. Read more here.

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The Daily Beast: Cohen called CEO tied to Russian oligarch hundreds of times

Michael Cohen exchanged hundreds of phone calls with an executive tied to a sanctioned Russian oligarch, according to newly unsealed federal search warrants that show the two sides were closer than either previously admitted. Read more here.

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