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    Armenian Genocide movie ‘The Cut’ to screen in Tbilisi
    Nov06

    Armenian Genocide movie ‘The Cut’ to screen in Tbilisi

    “The Cut” – a historical epic about the Armenian Genocide directed by Turkish-German filmmaker Fatih Akin will screen in Tbilisi today within the framework of the Russian Movie Festival held in the Georgian capital from November 4 to 8. The festival features 30 films from Georgia, Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan,...

    Mourinho loses suspended stadium ban appeal
    Nov06

    Mourinho loses suspended stadium ban appeal

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho reacts during Champions League game against Dynamo Kiev at Stamford Bridge on October 04, 2015. Photo: Reuters LONDON: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has lost an appeal against the suspended one-match stadium ban and 50,000 pounds ($76,115) fine he received last month, the Football Association said on Thursday....

    Anna Shelest: Ukraine relies, first of all, on its own resources
    Nov06

    Anna Shelest: Ukraine relies, first of all, on its own resources

    Do you think the results of the recent local elections in Ukraine will change the political landscape, particularly, the prospects of power retention by Petro Poroshenko Bloc? The results of the local elections will not lead to any serious changes in Ukraine. First and foremost, the local elections proved that no Ukrainian party has a monopoly on...

    Hovhannes Igityan about the mistakes of the Armenian delegation to PACE
    Nov06

    Hovhannes Igityan about the mistakes of the Armenian delegation to PACE

    Yesterday, after the adoption of the anti-Armenian report entitled “Rise in violence in Nagorno-Karabakh and other occupied territories of Azerbaijan” by the PACE Committee on Political Affairs, member of the Armenian delegate Naira Zohrabyan announced that if the report is adopted in the plenary session, it will stay on the PACE shelves and will...

    Afghanistan to buy military helicopters from India, move likely to anger Pakistan
    Nov06

    Afghanistan to buy military helicopters from India, move likely to anger Pakistan

    Afghan president Ashraf Ghani Afghanistan is poised to acquire four attack helicopters from India to help it fight a growing Taliban insurgency, a small but significant deal marking a shift in Kabul’s search for allies that is likely to anger Pakistan. Soon after he took over, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani held off military assistance from...

    Afghanistan turns to India for military helicopters, likely to rile Pakistan
    Nov06

    Afghanistan turns to India for military helicopters, likely to rile Pakistan

    Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani speaks during a news conference in Kabul, Afghanistan September 29, 2015. Photo: Reuters KABUL/NEW DELHI: Afghanistan is poised to acquire four attack helicopters from India to help it fight a growing Taliban insurgency, a small but significant deal marking a shift in Kabul’s search for allies that...

    Afghanistan turns to India for military helicopters, likely to rile Pakistan
    Nov06

    Afghanistan turns to India for military helicopters, likely to rile Pakistan

    Afghanistan is poised to acquire four attack helicopters from India to help it fight a growing Taliban insurgency, a small but significant deal marking a shift in Kabul’s search for allies that is likely to anger Pakistan. Soon after he took over, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani held off military assistance from India while he courted...

    Afghanistan turns to India for military helicopters, likely to rile Pakistan
    Nov06

    Afghanistan turns to India for military helicopters, likely to rile Pakistan

    KABUL/NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Afghanistan is poised to acquire four attack helicopters from India to help it fight a growing Taliban insurgency, a small but significant deal marking a shift in Kabuls search for allies that is likely to anger Pakistan.Soon after he took over, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani held off military assistance from...

    Bayern hammer Gunners; Chelsea win
    Nov06

    Bayern hammer Gunners; Chelsea win

    Paris, November 5 Arsenal’s hopes of reaching the Champions League knockout phase were left hanging by a thread on Wednesday after they were thrashed 5-1 by Bayern Munich, while Chelsea revived their faltering campaign with a nervy 2-1 victory over Dynamo Kiev. Zenit St Petersburg became the third team to reach the last 16 of the game as...

    Anguish over India’s move to ban ‘rent-a-womb’ industry
    Nov06

    Anguish over India’s move to ban ‘rent-a-womb’ industry

    NEW DELHI: Childless couples from around the world have been left in limbo after the Indian government revealed plans to ban them from the country’s booming multi-million dollar surrogacy industry. The industry has exploded in recent years with thousands of infertile couples flocking to India, one of only a handful of countries offering...

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