Thursday , 22 August 2019

World

A €67 Million Loss in 2014: Vucic’s Air Serbia Dream Is a Disaster

According to Air Serbia financial report for 2014, the company ended the fiscal year with a minus of 67 million Euros. In 2013, Etihad Airways signed a strategic partnership deal with the Serbian Government that led to the launch of Air Serbia. As a result, the Serbian national airline JAT Airways ceased to exist. Aleksandar Vucic, who launched, praised, and …

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Russia Proposes Superhighway Linking New York And London

The Russian government has proposed a giant, 12,910 mile roadway to be connected, linking New York City and London and effectively uniting most of the countries of the world by land. Proposed by Russian Railways head Vladimir Yakunin, the roadway would contain some already built roads but would also consist of a large building project that could cost as much …

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Trump to Uphold 2014 Executive Order Protecting LGBTQ Rights – White House

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — The White House claimed Trump was the first Republican nominee to mention the LGBTQ community during his nomination acceptance speech. “The executive order signed in 2014, which protects employees from anti-LGBTQ workplace discrimination while working for federal contractors, will remain intact at the direction of President Donald J. Trump,” the release stated. It has previously been reported that the Trump administration was working on an executive …

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Iranian Ballistic Missile Test is a ‘Gift for Anti-Iranian Propaganda’

While Iran did not violate the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) with its recent test of a ballistic missile, it did provide United States President Donald Trump the imputes for further anti-Iranian propaganda, according to Vladimir Sazhin, senior research fellow at the Institute for Eastern Studies, at the Russian Academy of Sciences. On Monday, media reported that Iran had …

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Soros-funded NGOs aiming to bring down our govt – Hungarian Foreign Minister (video)

Hungary has had enough. The nation’s government has declared a battle against organizations funded by George Soros, calling for transparency within foreign-backed NGOs operating in the country. The move has already been condemned by Brussels, but Budapest has long refused to tow the EU line – on refugees, ties with Russia, and other issues. Can Hungary continue to put its …

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