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A chance to showcase current and future collaboration between the #EU and #Kazakhstan.

A chance to showcase current and future collaboration between the #EU and #Kazakhstan.

| May 16, 2019

Upcoming elections in the EU and Kazakhstan represent a chance to forge “ever closer” relations between the two sides, according to a Brussels-based Asia expert. European elections from 23rd-26th May and presidential elections in Kazakhstan on June 9th are an “ideal opportunity” to step up relations, says Fraser Cameron, of the EU-Asia Centre. In between […]

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#EU-China Summit: closer collaboration needed on ICT

#EU-China Summit: closer collaboration needed on ICT

| April 12, 2019

A senior Huawei official has called for “closer collaboration” between the EU and China, particularly in the ICT field. Speaking on Wednesday, Abraham Liu, who heads up the company’s Office to the EU institutions, said there was “great potential” for cooperation, not least in 5G, cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence. He said, “The EU and China […]

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Our shared secret to betting success

Our shared secret to betting success

| March 19, 2019

We can never say that someone or some group of people placed their bet perfectly in the whole history of horse racing. Logically speaking, nobody is perfect which means someone or something is teaching them how to do it.   There are so many big races where racing fans or bettors lay their money on. […]

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The complicated case of post- #Brexit #Gibraltar

The complicated case of post- #Brexit #Gibraltar

| March 12, 2019

Gibraltar has always had a complicated relationship with the United Kingdom – and Brexit is about to make things even more complicated. The tiny area just at the southern tip of the vast Iberian Peninsula has always been a point of contention between Britain and Spain. Encircled by water and bordering the Spaniards at the […]

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#Kazakhstan – Anti-Chinese activist accused of calling for ‘jihad’

#Kazakhstan – Anti-Chinese activist accused of calling for ‘jihad’

| March 12, 2019

The anti-Chinese activist Serikzhan Bilash has been detained in Kazakhstan. According to the local prosecutor’s office, he was arrested on on suspicion of inciting ethnic hatred. The news has had a huge resonance in the media, especially in light of the close international attention to the so-called “political re-education centers” in Xinjiang. The Kazakh Police […]

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Truck Drivers to Get Fairer and Clearer Regulations in the EU

Truck Drivers to Get Fairer and Clearer Regulations in the EU

| March 11, 2019

Good news for truck drivers everywhere as new regulations come into force in the EU. At the end of 2018, the Council of the EU have agreed that they will help to improve the road transport system within the next few years and beyond. This includes improving enforcement of EU regulations, such as the use […]

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International Conscience Movement calls for release of Syrian women and children

International Conscience Movement calls for release of Syrian women and children

| February 20, 2019

A major conference has been held in Istanbul, Turkey by the International Conscience Movement, an NGO who’s aim is to attention to the suffering of women who are being tortured, raped, executed, imprisoned and made refugees since the beginning of the war in Syria. Their aim is to make advocacy and initiate diplomatic attempts to […]

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