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    Oil dips after Goldman pours cold water on output freeze prospects
    Apr11

    Oil dips after Goldman pours cold water on output freeze prospects

    Crude prices dipped on Monday as influential bank Goldman Sachs poured cold water on the prospects of a planned oil producer meeting successfully reining in global oversupply, Reuters reported.Despite this, prices failed to fall further because of a firm demand outlook as well as a tightening supply side, according to Reuters.U.S. crude rose...

    Russia`s assets worth $700 mln arrested in France
    Apr11

    Russia`s assets worth $700 mln arrested in France

    Russian state assets, arrested in France in the Yukos case, include $400 million to be paid by satellite operator Eutelsat to the Federal State Unitary Enterprise Russian Satellite Communications, and $300 million, which Arianespace was supposed to pay to Roscosmos, according to RBC citing The American Lawyer.According to an article ”Yukos and...

    Three suicide bombers attack police station in Russia
    Apr11

    Three suicide bombers attack police station in Russia

    Three suspected suicide bombers blew themselves up at the police station in Stavropol region in Southern Russia, a source in the law enforcement agencies has told RIA Novosti.”Three suicide bombers allegedly blew themselves up outside the police station in the Novoselitsk district of Stavropol region. The terrorists died; about five explosions...

    China`s consumer inflation stable at 2.3% in March
    Apr11

    China`s consumer inflation stable at 2.3% in March

    China`s consumer price inflation rose less than expected in March, flattening out after a four-month strengthening trend, but wholesale prices remained stubbornly in deflation, Reuters reported. Consumer prices in March rose 2.3%, below a median forecast of 2.5% in a Reuters poll but equal to February`s increase of 2.3%, according to Reuters....

    Groysman proposes focusing on infrastructure projects
    Apr11

    Groysman proposes focusing on infrastructure projects

    Ukraine should focus on stimulating certain economic activities to overcome stagnation, while efficient use of public investment funds may create such incentives, Verkhovna Rada Chairman Volodymyr Groysman writes in his article for Ukraine`s weekly newspaper Zerkalo Nedeli.”Preliminary budget analysis shows that the government invests in projects...

    G7 calls on Moscow to comply with Minsk accords, influence militants
    Apr11

    G7 calls on Moscow to comply with Minsk accords, influence militants

    G7 foreign ministers on Monday discussed the situation in Ukraine and called on Moscow to participate more actively in the peace process, influencing the militants in Donbas, according to the Russian edition of Deutsche Welle.At a meeting in Hiroshima, the leaders urged Moscow to put influence on the militants in eastern Ukraine and re-emphasized...

    Biden thanks Yatsenyuk for partnership
    Apr11

    Biden thanks Yatsenyuk for partnership

    U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Ukrainian Prime Minister Yatsenyuk spoke Sunday about the Yatsenyuk`s plan to step down, according to CNN.They agreed on the importance of putting together a Cabinet to implement reforms, especially those recommended by the IMF and the European Union, according to a statement from the White House, CNN...

    N Korea senior intelligence officer ”defects to South” – BBC
    Apr11

    N Korea senior intelligence officer ”defects to South” – BBC

    A senior North Korean military officer who oversaw spying operations has defected, South Korean officials said, according to BBC News.”He is believed to have stated details about the bureau`s operations against South Korea to the authorities here,” said Defense Ministry spokesman Moon Sang-gyun, adding that the South cannot release further...

    Kerry makes historic visit to Hiroshima
    Apr11

    Kerry makes historic visit to Hiroshima

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has made a historic visit to the Hiroshima memorial in Japan, which commemorates the world`s first atomic bombing, according to BBC News.He is the first U.S. secretary of state to ever visit Hiroshima, where around 140,000 were killed when the U.S. dropped its atomic bomb in 1945, BBC News wrote.Mr. Kerry was...

    Notice of suspicion served against Kasko, who exposed prosecutorial corruption: Kyiv Post
    Apr11

    Notice of suspicion served against Kasko, who exposed prosecutorial corruption: Kyiv Post

    The Prosecutor General`s Office late Sunday filed a notice of suspicion for ex-Deputy Prosecutor General Vitaly Kasko in a fraud case, according to Kyiv Post.The notice was brought by Dmytro Stus, an investigator at the anti-corruption department supervised by Deputy Prosecutor General Yury Stolyarchuk, Kyiv Post reported.Kasko is suspected of...

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