Daily Archives: November 16, 2016

Ukraine | Winter heating and hot time of workers protest in Ukraine

According to IMF demand Ukrainian government has enlarged has risen payment for gas and house heating since October. It was done in conditions of rapid impoverishment caused by war, neoliberal policy and artificial breaking of economy ties with Russia organized by Kiev regime.

UK | Corbyn backs reduction of Nato presence along Russia’s borders

Jeremy Corbyn has suggested he is in favour of reducing Nato’s presence on eastern Europe’s borders with Russia and said it was clear the US president-elect, Donald Trump, believed he could improve relations with Vladimir Putin.

Greece | Obama declares support for Greece on crucial issues

Athens on Tuesday secured the political statement it had hoped for from outgoing US President Barack Obama, who underlined the need for debt relief for Greece and for the European Union to ease off excessive austerity.

“We cannot simply look to austerity as a strategy,” Obama said told a joint media conference with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

The Mummy returns: How Egypt is waging war against the smugglers

by Jo Schietti

CAIRO – In July, Egypt managed to recover, from an auction hall in Paris, the relief of King Nectanebo II of the 30th dynasty, which was stolen from the Saqqara necropolis in the 1990s.