‘Freedom! Victory!’ 500 African migrants celebrate after breaking through EU border fence (VIDEO)

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Hundreds of migrants are being given food and first aid by Spanish authorities and charities after storming and climbing over a six-meter barbed-wire fence to enter Ceuta, Spain’s enclave in North Africa, bordering Morocco. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Russia's hybrid military forces attacked Ukrainian army positions in Donbas 59 times in the past 24 hours with one Ukrainian soldier reported as wounded in action, according to the press service o
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko met U.S. Senator Richard Durbin and U.S. Congressman Michael Quigley where they discussed the situation in Donbas and further cooperation, according to a posting o
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko had a meeting with U.S. Senator Dick Durbin and U.S. Congressman Mike Quigley, during which the parties discussed the enhancement of strategic partnership between
“Our relations with NATO have always been built obviously open for our ally, partner countries. We have never kept any secret from it, and this mutual cooperation could have never been against the
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron told British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday not to expect any favors from the European Union during Brexit talks, and drew big cheers for his pro-E
Vigen Sargsyan said the recent dynamics, progress of Russia’s military-technical potential creates a deep respect and a wish to develop that cooperation.
The Kiev authorities should be held responsible for the bloodshed that has gripped eastern Ukraine, as they failed to reach out to the people in the Donbass region, opting for full-fled
Politicians who have used a divisive and dehumanized rhetoric are creating a more divided and dangerous world, says rights group Amnesty International, according to the BBC.
“Turkey behaves very unconstructively in South Caucasus: it continues the blockade of Armenia, continues denying what is obvious: the Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Empire", Vigen Sargsyan said.
Armenia will make the decision on using the Iskander missile systems based on developments of the situation, Armenia’s defense minister Vigen Sargsyan told RIA Novosti.
International productions and events will be staged in partnership with Bucharest City's theatre houses as part of the 4th edition of the LIKE CNDB festival, March 1-26.
Based on LERRI Solar's success in projects that have received non-recourse financing, Bloomberg New Energy Finance has named LERRI Solar a Tier One supplier
Everyone wants the government to give the market free rein but no investment in energy generation gets made without the government getting involved. The market wants long-term bilateral contracts to
The Iskander missile systems were for the first time displayed on September 21, 2016 during the military parade on the 25th anniversary of Armenia’s independence.
The United Nations fully supports the efforts of the OSCE Minsk Group in the Nagorno Karabakh conflict and urges the parties to the conflict to de-escalate tensions and fully implement agreed confl
Project “Automatic Solar Tracking System” developed by fourth-year Process Automation Engineering student of Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS) Shamil Omarov was presented at BHOS.
Oil prices held near multi-week highs on Wednesday after OPEC signaled optimism over its deal with other producers to curb output to clear a glut that has weighed on markets since 2014, according to R
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has today received a US delegation led by Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Diplomacy in the Department of State’s Bureau of Energy Resources R
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for reinforcing mutual trust and respect to strengthen stability and cooperation both within Europe and beyond
The defense ministry of Nagorno Karabakh told ARMENPRESS the Azerbaijani defense ministry’s report on the Nagorno Karabakh forces making a sabotage infiltration attempt overnight February 21 and re
As the recent imposition of the 14% Value Added Tax (VAT) on private education services continues to attract criticism, Leader of the Opposition Bharrat Jagdeo yesterday added his voice to the call fo
During his 12-month stint at the Ministry of the Presidency, British security expert Lt Col. (Rtd) Russell Combe is expected to produce a plan to guide Guyana’s security reform, British High Commissio
The Preliminary Inquiry (PI) into the murder charge against Linton Eastman, Clifton Gibson and Stancy Rodney, the men accused of killing Rubis accountant Jason Cort, came to an end yesterday with the
The Mayor and City Council of Georgetown will today hold an extraordinary meeting to facilitate councillors’ consideration of the revised rates for parking in Georgetown.
Former murder accused Kevin France was yesterday brought before a city magistrate and charged with attempting to murder a security guard along with two counts of armed robbery.
The European Commission will allocate 14,018,347 euros for the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project, which is meant to transport Azerbaijani gas to Europe.
A subversive group of the Armenian Armed Forces attempted to attack our positions on February 21 in order to commit the next diversion in Nagorno Karabakh.
Chinese Ambassador to Guyana, Cui Jianchun says he is impressed with the operations of the state-of-the-art seafood plant and the tuna factory at Pritipaul Singh Investment Inc.
The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has reiterated its call for the APNU+AFC coalition government to conduct a social impact assessment (SIA) of the shuttering of sugar estates, warning  that any clo
Three men, charged with raping a Bartica woman, have been granted their release on $100,000 bail. The accused, Romario Smartt, 19, Michael Jacobs, 19, and Gordon DaSilva, 35, all of Potaro, appeared b
The Central Housing and Planning Authority (CHPA) yesterday signed 14 contracts for the construction of low, middle and moderate income houses which will be on display at its “ Housing Solution 2017 a
The feasibility study and the design for the proposed Linden to Mabura road is expected to be launched in another few months, according to British High Commissioner to Guyana Greg Quinn, who also conf
A Corentyne man has been placed on $50,000 bail for allegedly beating his wife on Valentine evening, with an iron rod, a piece of wood and an electric chord.
Carl Parker, the Regional Executive Officer (REO) of Region Nine who was recently charged with sexual assault, has been relieved of the post, according to Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan.

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