The Telegraph - Tony Blair to advise next government of Albania - Tony Blair has agreed to advise the next government of Albania, opening the way for a deal which could be worth millions of pounds.
Life in a neo-Nazi village - As far-Right crime rises in Germany, the Telegraph visits the small village of Jamel where most of the residents subscribe to neo-Nazi ideology.
Brooklyn Daily Eagle - St. Francis College to host New York Eurasian Film Festival - The second New York Eurasian Film Festival – the largest showcase in the U.S. of feature, short, documentary, and animation films from the Eurasian continent – will be held at St. Francis College (Founders Hall) in Brooklyn Heights from Monday, May 20 – Friday, May 24. There will be two shows each evening; the first will begin at 6:30 p.m. and the second at 8:30 p.m. The screenings are free and open to the public.
BBC - China's 'state-sponsored hackers renew attacks on US' - In February, Unit 61398 of the Chinese army was named as the source of many cyber-attacks on American companies and federal agencies. The publicity drew denials from the Chinese government, but also prompted the number of attacks launched from China to slow to a trickle.
Deutsche Welle - Chinese premier seeks 'mutual trust' on trade and border dispute in first India visit - Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang has vowed to increase "mutual trust" with India in his first trip abroad since assuming office. Talks with Indian leaders are expected to focus on trade and recent border tensions.
The Washington Post - Without U.S. helicopters, Afghans struggle to save wounded - As soon as the Taliban bullet struck 24-year-old Afghan Sgt. Nazir Moradi’s leg, the men in his unit began brainstorming a way to get him off the battlefield.
The Diplomat - Iran’s Elections: The Maneouvering Begins - While Saeed Jalili appears the early frontrunner, the early chaos of Iran’s presidential elections underscores the unpredictability of the race.
RIA Novosti - Situation on Korean Peninsula Still Serious - S.Korean FM - The security situation on the Korean Peninsula is still serious after North Korea’s recent missile launch and its defiant pursuit of nuclear weapons, South Korea’s foreign minister was quoted by South Korean media as saying Monday.
CA News - World famous stars to congratulate Astana on 15th anniversary - Given the symbolic meaning of the year for the capital of Kazakhstan, as well as the international significance of the event, the geography of the countries participating in this year's celebration will be greatly expanded. It will consist of special programs from Turkey, Russia, France and the UK