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UK Minister: Cost of Wide Access to EU Single Market Not Yet Clear Click Here to Open in a New Window
LONDON - Interior minister Amber Rudd said on Sunday the British government did not yet know what kind of cost there may be for trying to get the widest possible access to the European Unions sing
700 hold banned anti-government protest in Minsk Click Here to Open in a New Window
PanARMENIAN.Net - About 700 demonstrators defied a heavy riot-police presence in the center of the Belarusian capital to hold a banned anti-government protest Saturday, March 25, The Associated Press
NonStop Entertainment acquires ISIS documentary 'City of Ghosts' Click Here to Open in a New Window
PanARMENIAN.Net - NonStop Entertainment has picked up Nordic and Baltic rights to City of Ghosts, Matthew Heinemans critically acclaimed documentary about the extremist group Islamic State, or ISIS
Helsinki's Flow Festival announces more stellar acts Click Here to Open in a New Window
PanARMENIAN.Net - Helsinkis Flow Festival has announced another wave of acts for this years event. New additions include Death Grips, Goldfrapp and The Afghan Whigs, Gigwise said. The newly-added ar
Brexit Chills EU's 60th Anniversary Celebration in Rome Click Here to Open in a New Window
We have united for the better, the text concludes. Europe is our common future. But it may disappoint those who think more ambition and coordination is the answer to malaise. At the Vatican Frid
England U21's Aidy Boothroyd wants seniors stars for Euros Click Here to Open in a New Window
England U21s first game in Poland is against Sweden on June 16, but before that, Gareth Southgates squad must play a World Cup qualifier in Scotland on June 10, with a friendly in between.
Daunting task awaits U-19s after Sweden inflict setback Click Here to Open in a New Window
While Sweden freshened their team by making six changes for their second game in three days, Ireland fielded the same line-up. They were breached midway through the first-half by a
Man suspected of setting on fire asylum seekers’ tent at Helsinki Railway Square Click Here to Open in a New Window
A tent used by unsuccessful asylum seekers to protest against deportations at Helsinki Railway Square was destroyed in a fire in the early hours of Friday, 24 March, 2017. ...
Danish Ambassador on Scandinavian Society Siam’s work in Bangkok Click Here to Open in a New Window
. The ambassador compliments the society for their enthusiastic members and for both helping each other and creating a stage for socialising and sharing experiences, but also for taking good
Olympic Committees of Finland and Japan sign partnership agreement Click Here to Open in a New Window
A partnership agreement has been signed between the National Olympic Committees (NOCs) of Japan and Finland. The agreement, which was signed at the Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa
World Cup review: Wins for Portugal, Sweden and France Click Here to Open in a New Window
Sweden';s 4-0 victory against Belarus saw them temporarily go top of World Cup qualifying Group A. Emil Forsberg scored twice, the first from the penalty spot, before goals fr
Football: Sweden cruise, unbeaten Swiss on track for Russia Click Here to Open in a New Window
Sweden crushed Belarus 4-0 to keep the pressure on their rivals in qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup as Switzerland remain unbeaten with a 1-0 win over Latvia....





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