EU Extends OSCE Satellite Monitoring Mission

EU Extends OSCE Satellite Monitoring Mission

On Friday, March 24, 2017, the European Union (EU) decided to extend its support for the Organization for Security and Cooperation (OSCE) Special Monitoring Mission’s (SMM’s) use of satellite surveillance in the Ukraine conflict. This support will come in the form of 3 million euros ($3.2 million US funds) and will be distributed through the […]

Westminster Magistrates Hear National Gallery Vandalized Painting Case

Westminster Magistrates Hear National Gallery Vandalized Painting Case

On Monday, March 20, 2017, Westminster Magistrates heard a case involving a man accused of vandalizing a painting in the National Gallery. Keith Gregory, 63, was observed complaining about tourists taking pictures of a Gainsborough painting titled, “Mr and Mrs William Hallett,” before attacking it. The painting is also commonly known as, “The Morning Walk.” A […]

Tajik Airline Suddenly Denied New Route

Tajik Airline Suddenly Denied New Route

On Monday, Feb. 20, 2017, a private Tajik airline, called Somoni Air, was suddenly denied permission to fly its new route from Dushanbe to Tashkent. According to a spokesperson for the airline, the reason for the change in schedule was that Somoni Air had not filed Form R with the Republic of Uzbekistan, prior to the […]

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