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    Russia lone holdout from Ukraine debt deal
    Oct15

    Russia lone holdout from Ukraine debt deal

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s debt swap proposal, critical to its bailout plan, has been accepted by the majority of creditors except Russia, which did not participate in voting, Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Thursday. …read more Source: The...

    Cyberspace becomes second front in Russia’s clash with NATO
    Oct15

    Cyberspace becomes second front in Russia’s clash with NATO

    Russian computer attacks have become more brazen and more destructive as the country grows increasingly at odds with the U.S. and European nations over military goals first in Ukraine and now Syria. Along with reported computer breaches of a French TV network and the White House, a number of attacks now being attributed to Russian […] The post...

    Russian envoy refutes Dutch MH17 crash report
    Oct15

    Russian envoy refutes Dutch MH17 crash report

    Russian Ambassador to Malaysia Valery N Yermolov refuted on Thursday the investigation report of the Dutch Safety Board (DSB), which alleged that the crash of flight MH17 was caused by the detonation of a 9N314M-type warhead launched from eastern Ukraine using a Buk missile system. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Kazakh Ski Resorts among Most Popular Winter Destinations in CIS
    Oct15

    Kazakh Ski Resorts among Most Popular Winter Destinations in CIS

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. It will soon be time to hit the slopes and among Russian tourists, Shymbulak Ski Resort tops the list of most popular destinations in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and neighbouring countries, reported Tengrinews.kz. Russians traveling in CIS...

    Ukraine expected to win UN Council seat _ and face Russia
    Oct15

    Ukraine expected to win UN Council seat _ and face Russia

    Sitting round a table for talks on Ukraine, with from left to right, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and French President Francois Hollande, during an informal meeting in Paris, France, Oct. 2, in a revived European push to bring peace to eastern Ukraine. (AP/Mikhail...

    MH17 prosecutors now face tricky task of catching culprits
    Oct15

    MH17 prosecutors now face tricky task of catching culprits

    The wrecked cockpit of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 is presented to the press during a presentation of the final report on the cause of the its crash, at the Gilze Rijen airbase on Tuesday. (AFP/Emmanuel Dunand)A Dutch-led criminal probe to find those responsible for shooting down flight MH17 has now become the top priority after the cause of...

    MH17 prosecutors face tricky task of catching culprits
    Oct15

    MH17 prosecutors face tricky task of catching culprits

    THE HAGUE: A Dutch-led criminal probe to find those responsible for shooting down flight MH17 has now become the top priority after the cause of the crash was unveiled, but doubts remain whether the culprits will ever be caught. Analysts said Wednesday that Russia’s cooperation in the investigation to identify those behind the downing of...

    Ukraine, Japan face tense diplomacy as UN council newcomers
    Oct15

    Ukraine, Japan face tense diplomacy as UN council newcomers

    nbsp Last Updated On 15 October2015 Aboutnbsp1 hour ago …read more Source: The Frontier...

    Reflecting on the Nobel for literature
    Oct15

    Reflecting on the Nobel for literature

    Contrary to all expectations, the odds-makers’ favourite, the journalist-cum-author, Svetlana Alexievich has finally won the Nobel Prize for literature ( 2015), the most prestigious accolade in the world, the 8 million crown prize! Many experts were wondering if 2015 would be the year for Haruki Murakami, the perennial favorite and famed...

    Ukraine, Japan face tense diplomacy as UN council newcomers
    Oct15

    Ukraine, Japan face tense diplomacy as UN council newcomers

    Ukraine and Japan are among five countries set to win election to the UN Security Council today, taking seats alongside Russia and China. …read more Source: VietNam...

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