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    MH17 families voice concerns over new discovery of remains
    Dec25

    MH17 families voice concerns over new discovery of remains

    | Flower bulbs being planted at the ground of the Dutch national monument in memory of the victims. AFP file photo THE HAGUE: Relatives of those killed in the MH17 air disaster have called for greater respect for victims’ remains fearing some may be “playing a game” after a new discovery of bones. Freelance journalist Patrick Lancaster...

    Canada, United States to host N. Korea nuclear crisis talks in January
    Dec21

    Canada, United States to host N. Korea nuclear crisis talks in January

    OTTAWA: Canada and the United States announced Tuesday they will host a summit of foreign ministers in Vancouver on Jan 16, including envoys from Japan and South Korea, to seek progress on the North Korean nuclear crisis. “We believe a diplomatic solution to the crisis is essential and possible,” Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland told a...

    UN council weighs measure rejecting US Jerusalem decision
    Dec17

    UN council weighs measure rejecting US Jerusalem decision

    The United States is expected to use its veto power to block the measure while it is predicted most, if not all, of the 14 other council members are expected to back the draft resolution. – AFP photo UNITED NATIONS, United States: The UN Security Council is considering a draft resolution finding any change to the status of Jerusalem has no legal...

    More governments manipulate media with ‘bots,’ trolls: study
    Nov14

    More governments manipulate media with ‘bots,’ trolls: study

    A study of internet freedom in 65 countries found 30 governments are deploying some form of manipulation to distort online information, up from 23 the previous year. AFP file photo WASHINGTON: More governments are following the lead of Russia and China by manipulating social media and suppressing dissent online in a grave threat to democracy, a...

    Malaysia Airlines CEO to return to Ryanair to help fix pilot problems
    Oct17

    Malaysia Airlines CEO to return to Ryanair to help fix pilot problems

    Bellew talks during a meeting of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in Cancun, Mexico this year. — Reuters photo DUBLIN/SINGAPORE: Malaysia Airlines chief executive officer (CEO) Peter Bellew is leaving after just over a year in charge to return to Ryanair as chief operations officer (COO) to tackle the pilot shortages that has...

    Kremlin calls latest missile launch another ‘provocation’
    Sep15

    Kremlin calls latest missile launch another ‘provocation’

    MOSCOW: The Kremlin said yesterday that North Korea’s latest missile test was part of a series of unacceptable provocations and that the United Nations Security Council was united in believing such launches should not be taking place. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov made the comments to reporters on a conference call after Pyongyang fired a...

    755 US diplomats must leave Russia: Putin
    Jul30

    755 US diplomats must leave Russia: Putin

    “More than a thousand people were working and are still working” at the US embassy and consulates, Putin said in an interview with Rossia-24 television. AFP Photo Moscow (AFP) – President Vladimir Putin said 755 US diplomats must leave Russia and warned ties with Washington could be gridlocked for a long time, in a move Sunday that followed tough...

    Three-man crew blasts off to International Space Station
    Jul28

    Three-man crew blasts off to International Space Station

    The arrival of the three astronauts will boost the ISS back up to its full capacity of six for the time since April, after Russia decided to cut the number of its cosmonauts to two -AFP photo BAIKONUR KAZAKHSTAN: A three-man crew from Italy, Russia and the United States on Friday blasted off from Kazakhstan for a five-month mission on the...

    US House votes to slap sanctions on Russia, Iran, N. Korea
    Jul26

    US House votes to slap sanctions on Russia, Iran, N. Korea

    The vote in the US House of Representatives will be followed by a Senate vote before the summer recess. AFP Photo WASHINGTON: The US House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to impose tough new sanctions on Iran, North Korea and Russia, a move that will antagonize the Kremlin as well as European nations fearing economic...

    Kushner denies collusion, insists ‘all actions were proper’
    Jul24

    Kushner denies collusion, insists ‘all actions were proper’

    Jared Kushner arrives on Capitol Hill to testify before the Senate intelligence committee. AFP Photo WASHINGTON: Donald Trump’s son-in-law and top White House advisor Jared Kushner forcefully denied colluding with Moscow to sway the 2016 election Monday, insisting a string of undisclosed meetings with Russian officials were “proper.” “Let...

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