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    Iraq boosts oil production to record before talks to cap output
    Apr11

    Iraq boosts oil production to record before talks to cap output

    Iraq increased crude output to a record level in March, ahead of a meeting of members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and other producers in Qatar on capping production to curb a global glut, according to Bloomberg.Crude output in OPEC`s second-biggest producer rose to 4.55 million barrels a day last month from...

    Russian GRU officers taken to court in helmets, bulletproof vests
    Apr11

    Russian GRU officers taken to court in helmets, bulletproof vests

    Two Russian GRU officers Alexander Alexandrov and Yevgeniy Yerofeyev have been taken to court hearing in protective gear.A photo was published on Facebook by journalist Alyona Lunkova.The guards escorted Russian GRU officers in bulletproof vests and helmets.In the courtroom, Aleksandrov and Yerofeyev had the protective gear removed.As UaPosition...

    Russian GRU officers taken to court in helmets, bulletproof vests
    Apr11

    Russian GRU officers taken to court in helmets, bulletproof vests

    Two Russian GRU officers Alexander Alexandrov and Yevgeniy Yerofeyev have been taken to court hearing in protective gear.A photo was published on Facebook by journalist Alyona Lunkova.The guards escorted Russian GRU officers in bulletproof vests and helmets.In the courtroom, Aleksandrov and Yerofeyev had the protective gear removed.As UaPosition...

    Ex-prosecutor Kasko says refused fleeing Ukraine despite pressure
    Apr11

    Ex-prosecutor Kasko says refused fleeing Ukraine despite pressure

    Former Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Vitaliy Kasko has said that pressure had been put on him to leave Ukraine, according to an UaPosition correspondent reporting from a Kyiv briefing.He said that together with the lawyers, he ”will defend his rights, will act within the criminal procedural law, will require compliance with the law and...

    Zaporizhia NPP disconnects power unit No. 6 for troubleshooting
    Apr11

    Zaporizhia NPP disconnects power unit No. 6 for troubleshooting

    Zaporizhia nuclear power plant (NPP) has disconnected power unit No. 6 from the country`s power grid to eliminate leakage in the generator gas system, state company Energoatom reported.It is planned to reconnect the power unit to the grid on April 13.As of April 11, 2016, three power units operated at Zaporizhia NPP. No reports have been made on...

    Ukraine starts replenishing its gas stockpiles
    Apr11

    Ukraine starts replenishing its gas stockpiles

    Ukraine started replenishing gas stockpiles in its underground gas storage facilities (USFs) on April 7 after the end of the heating season, according to Ukrtransgaz, the operator of the country`s gas transportation system.”The current season of natural gas replenishing [in USFs] started on April 7 against the backdrop of the highest level of gas...

    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....

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