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    Survey by Ameria: Internet access in Armenia grew 36-fold in 2000-2013
    Nov02

    Survey by Ameria: Internet access in Armenia grew 36-fold in 2000-2013

    43.6% of Armenia’s population have internet access, according to the survey “Internet and On-line Banking: Development Prerequisites in Armenia” conducted by Ameria Management Advisory Services. The survey findings were presented on October 30, during the panel discussion among the banks (HSBC Bank Armenia and Ameriabank),...

    Mongolia, between big neighbors, seeks permanent neutrality
    Nov02

    Mongolia, between big neighbors, seeks permanent neutrality

    Mongolian children play near a Mongolian warrior on horseback in front of the Mongolian Parliament House in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on Friday, October 30, 2015. Photo: AP ULAANBAATAR: Sandwiched between China and Russia, landlocked Mongolia has long tread a middle path, maintaining a balance between Moscow and Beijing while referring to the US and...

    Family: UN body calls for Anwar to be freed
    Nov02

    Family: UN body calls for Anwar to be freed

    KUALA LUMPUR: A UN body has determined that former Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has been jailed in violation of international law and called for his immediate release, according to a copy of the opinion released Monday by his family. Anwar, 68, was jailed in February for five years after being convicted for sodomising a male aide. He...

    President Berdymuhamedov to visit Ukraine next spring
    Nov02

    President Berdymuhamedov to visit Ukraine next spring

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    Bodies of Egypt crash victims arrive in Russia
    Nov02

    Bodies of Egypt crash victims arrive in Russia

    SAINT PETERSBURG (AFP) – A plane carrying the remains of 144 people killed when a Russian airliner crashed in Egypt landed in Saint Petersburg early on Monday, hours after investigators probing the doomed flight said it had broken up in the air.The emergency Russian plane, the first to bring back the bodies of those who died when the A-321...

    Bodies of Egypt crash victims arrive in Russia
    Nov02

    Bodies of Egypt crash victims arrive in Russia

    A plane carrying the remains of 144 people killed when a Russian airliner crashed in Egypt landed in Saint Petersburg early on Monday, hours after investigators probing the doomed flight said it had broken up in the air. The emergency Russian plane, the first to bring back the bodies of those who died when the A-321 plummeted from the sky above...

    Bodies of Egypt crash victims arrive in Russia
    Nov02

    Bodies of Egypt crash victims arrive in Russia

    SAINT PETERSBURG: A plane carrying the remains of 144 people killed when a Russian airliner crashed in Egypt landed in Saint Petersburg early on Monday, hours after investigators probing the doomed flight said it had broken up in the air. The emergency Russian plane, the first to bring back the bodies of those who died when the A-321 plummeted...

    Former China diplomat pins blame for refugee crisis on West
    Nov02

    Former China diplomat pins blame for refugee crisis on West

    The West is to blame for the refugee crisis confronting Europe after it interfered in the affairs of Middle Eastern countries to try and push its own values, such as democracy, but only caused chaos, a former senior Chinese diplomat has said. A bitterly divided European Union is battling to cope with hundreds of thousands of people fleeing war...

    Bodies of Egypt crash victims arrive in Russia
    Nov02

    Bodies of Egypt crash victims arrive in Russia

    SAINT PETERSBURG: A plane carrying the remains of 144 people killed when a Russian airliner crashed in Egypt landed in Saint Petersburg early on Monday, hours after investigators probing the doomed flight said it had broken up in the air. The emergency Russian plane, the first to bring back the bodies of those who died when the A-321 plummeted...

    Stratfor’s Global Intelligence: Week of Nov. 2, 2015
    Nov02

    Stratfor’s Global Intelligence: Week of Nov. 2, 2015

    BISHKEK (TCA) — The Times of Central Asia presents to its readers Stratfor’s Global Intelligence, a weekly review of the most important events that happened in the world — from Europe to Middle East to Central Asia to Afghanistan to China and the Americas. The Week That WasFrom island engineering to human engineering, this was another big...

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