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    Russia can’t mend ties with U.S. while it backs sanctions: Lavrov
    Dec10

    Russia can’t mend ties with U.S. while it backs sanctions: Lavrov

    Lavrov and Russian President Vladimir Putin are due to meet U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry next week to discuss the conflicts in Ukraine and in Syria.Lavrov: Russia will not wage war on TurkeyRussia to U.S.: talk to us on Syria or risk ‘unintended incidents’Russia’s Lavrov says U.S. must work with Assad to fight Islamic...

    Act of Vandalism against Turkish Memorial in Crimea
    Dec10

    Act of Vandalism against Turkish Memorial in Crimea

    Baku / 10.12.15 / Turan: In Sevastopol, again there was an act of vandalism against the Turkish memorial, the head of the Azerbaijani community of Crimea Rahim Humbatov wrote on his Facebook. Vandals wrote insulting words on the index showing the direction to the memorial erected in honor of the Turkish soldiers killed in the Crimean War. This is...

    Russia can’t mend ties with US while it backs sanctions – Lavrov
    Dec10

    Russia can’t mend ties with US while it backs sanctions – Lavrov

    Russia wants to mend ties with the United States but cannot do so while Barack Obama’s administration backs economic sanctions against Moscow for its role in the conflict in Ukraine, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was quoted on Thursday as saying. …read more Source: Channel...

    Russia can't mend ties with U.S. while it backs sanctions – Lavrov
    Dec10

    Russia can't mend ties with U.S. while it backs sanctions – Lavrov

    ROME (Reuters) – Russia wants to mend ties with the United States but cannot do so while Barack Obama’s administration backs economic sanctions against Moscow for its role in the conflict in Ukraine, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was quoted on Thursday as saying. …read more Source: The...

    Unused recharge cards sold by VivaCell-MTS before 2012 to go out of circulation starting from 22 Dec 2015
    Dec10

    Unused recharge cards sold by VivaCell-MTS before 2012 to go out of circulation starting from 22 Dec 2015

    Starting from December 22, 2015 the recharge cards sold by VivaCell-MTS from July 1, 2005 till December 31, 2011, which have remained unused, will go out of circulation and will not be subject to use. The press office of VivaCell-MTS reports that those subscribers, who possess above recharge cards, which have not yet been used, can use them...

    Ukraine says breaks up armed insurgent group in Kiev, two killed
    Dec10

    Ukraine says breaks up armed insurgent group in Kiev, two killed

    Ukraine’s security service said on Thursday it had broken up an armed insurgent group that operated out of Kiev and other major Ukrainian cities and that two people had been killed during the operation. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukraine says breaks up armed insurgent group in Kiev, two killed
    Dec10

    Ukraine says breaks up armed insurgent group in Kiev, two killed

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s security service said on Thursday it had broken up an armed insurgent group that operated out of Kiev and other major Ukrainian cities and that two people had been killed during the operation. …read more Source: The...

    Georgia to get visa free regime in mid-2016, German newspaper reads
    Dec10

    Georgia to get visa free regime in mid-2016, German newspaper reads

    The European Union (EU) is planning to introduce visa free travel with Georgia and Ukraine by mid of 2016, reports German newspaper Die Welt citing an unidentified EU diplomat. …read more Source:...

    EBRD assesses economic implications of Russia’s sanctions against Turkey
    Dec10

    EBRD assesses economic implications of Russia’s sanctions against Turkey

    BISHKEK (TCA) — According to an assessment by EBRD economists, Russia’s sanctions against Turkey may reduce Turkey’s GDP growth in 2016 by around 0.3-0.7 percentage points, if they persist over the next year and are fully applied, with most of the impact related to tourism and occurring around the mid-year. The impact on...

    Champions League: Chelsea outclass Porto to ease pressure on Mourinho
    Dec10

    Champions League: Chelsea outclass Porto to ease pressure on Mourinho

    Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea turned from domestic whipping boys back to European stalwarts on Wednesday, beating his former club Porto 2-0 to top Champions League Group G. A 12th-minute own goal which rebounded off Ivan Marcano under pressure from Diego Costa and a well-worked second-half strike from Brazilian Willian ensured victory for the...

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