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Ingrida Simonyte and Gitanas Nauseda wwill Gead to a Second Round of Lithuania’s Presidential Election

In the first round of the presidential elections of Lietuva (Lithuania), the country’s former Minister of Finance, Ingrida Simonyte, received the largest number of votes.

Amazon's Chairman Presents Spaceship Blue Moon

Chairman of Amazon and the founder of Blue Origin, Jeff Bezos unveiled the company’s blue moon lander on Thursday.

Performance management in agile organizations

Performance management is tough enough in traditional organizations; in agile organizations, three changes are essential to success.

EU launches EU4Environment action in Armenia

EU4Environment, a new multi-country action funded by the EU in the context of the Eastern Partnership, was launched in Armenia.

Google will Soon let you Auto-delete Activity and Location Data

Google says it will give people a new option to manage their personal data

FDA Permits Sale of IQOS Tobacco Heating System through Premarket Tobacco Product Application Pathway

Agency places stringent marketing restrictions on heated tobacco products aimed at preventing youth access and exposure to the new products

Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway Carries 184,000 tons of freight

Inaugurated in October 2017, the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) Railway has carried 184,000 tons of freight, while 17,500 tons of it has been sent via Turkey.

The Decoupling of GDP and Energy Growth

It’s long been axiomatic that economic growth and energy demand are linked.

Ukraine: Kyiv to host Euro Marathon in May

On 12 May, the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv will host the Euro Marathon, a sporting event supported by the EU Delegation to Ukraine.