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    Russia bombed base in Syria used by U.S. – WSJ
    Jul22

    Russia bombed base in Syria used by U.S. – WSJ

    An outpost near the Jordanian border that is used by U.S. and British special forces was hit by the airstrikes last month, according to The Wall Street Journal.When Russian aircraft bombed a remote garrison in southeastern Syria last month, alarm bells sounded at the Pentagon and the Ministry of Defense in London, WSJ reported.The Russians`...

    CCTV cameras record planting of bomb in Sheremet`s car – Media
    Jul22

    CCTV cameras record planting of bomb in Sheremet`s car – Media

    CCTV cameras have recorded the planting of a bomb in the car that journalist Pavlo Sheremet was driving when he was killed in an explosion on July 20, Ukrainian newspaper Zerkalo Nedeli reported, citing a source in the police.The recording was made on the night of July 20, according to the source. There is no official confirmation of this...

    Vigil after slain journalist Pavlo Sheremet held in Kyiv
    Jul22

    Vigil after slain journalist Pavlo Sheremet held in Kyiv

    Kyiv honors the memory of Pavlo Sheremet, a prominent journalist killed in a car blast in Kyiv July 20.The Ukrainian House on the Europeiska Square hosts a vigil for the murdered journalist.Sheremet`s colleagues as well as the people, who have not known the journalist personally and only saw him on TV, are seen coming to honor his memory and lay...

    Ukraine, Turkey disagree on transport quotas
    Jul22

    Ukraine, Turkey disagree on transport quotas

    Ukraine and Turkey have not been able to agree on the liberalization of cargo traffic, the Infrastructure Ministry of Ukraine, citing Deputy Minister Yuriy Lavrenyuk`s statement, reported on its website.Lavrenyuk headed the Ukrainian delegation at a meeting of the joint Ukrainian-Turkish commission on road transport, according to the report.”The...

    Russian occupation authorities ban activists` rally in Crimea`s Sevastopol
    Jul22

    Russian occupation authorities ban activists` rally in Crimea`s Sevastopol

    The Russian occupiers have prohibited the activists, residents of Sevastopol, base to Russia`s Black Sea fleet, from holding a rally on Nakhimov Square, July 22.The de-facto authorities explained their decision to turn down the activists` appeal to hold the rally with the fact that ”sensitive sites” and the office of the Russian President,...

    Industrial production in Ukraine reverses growth trend seen in last 4 months
    Jul22

    Industrial production in Ukraine reverses growth trend seen in last 4 months

    Ukraine`s industrial production in June 2016 declined by 3.4% year-on-year (y-o-y), the State Statistics Service of Ukraine reported.The decline in industrial production in June was recorded for the first time and follows several consecutive months (February-May) of growth, the report noted.Industrial production in June 2016 fell by 2.1% from the...

    Sheremet assassination: FBI joins Ukrainian investigators
    Jul22

    Sheremet assassination: FBI joins Ukrainian investigators

    FBI agents have joined the Ukrainian law enforcement agencies to investigate the assassination of journalist Pavlo Sheremet, according to Ukraine Today.Khatia Dekanoidze, head of the National Police of Ukraine, has already had the meeting with officers from U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, Ukraine Today reports. As of July 21st, the...

    Reuters: IMF`s Lagarde says global growth forecast revised downward on Brexit
    Jul22

    Reuters: IMF`s Lagarde says global growth forecast revised downward on Brexit

    International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said on Friday Brexit meant the global growth forecast was revised down and that uncertainty from Britain`s decision to leave the European Union should be removed as soon as possible, Reuters reported.She made the comments at a briefing after meeting China`s Premier Li Keqiang and...

    Reuters: Possible early North Korean nuclear site found
    Jul22

    Reuters: Possible early North Korean nuclear site found

    A U.S. policy institute said it may have located a secret facility used by North Korea in the early stages of building its program to enrich uranium for nuclear weapons, which if confirmed would be critical to the success of any future nuclear deal, Reuters reported referring to a report seen on Thursday.The report by the Institute for Science...

    Portugal`s ex-PM Guterres front runner to be next UN chief
    Jul22

    Portugal`s ex-PM Guterres front runner to be next UN chief

    Former Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres is the front runner to be the next United Nations secretary-general, followed by former Slovenian President Danilo Turk, after the first UN Security Council secret ballot on Thursday, according to Reuters.According to results seen by Reuters, Irina Bokova of Bulgaria, director-general of U.N....

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