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    Karabakh Committee member: If we were fortunate, we would have authorities addicted to drug
    Sep28

    Karabakh Committee member: If we were fortunate, we would have authorities addicted to drug

    Major global confrontations are taking place these days, with the sides trying to maintain leverages against each other, a member of the Karabakh Committee told media on Sept. 28 speaking about the latest border skirmishes. Ashot Manucharyan says Russia is not interested in the conflict escalation, while its rivals want to keep the situation...

    Obama, Putin to confront tensions over Syria, Ukraine
    Sep28

    Obama, Putin to confront tensions over Syria, Ukraine

    NEW YORK — Face-to-face for the first time in nearly a year, President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday will confront rising tensions over Moscow’s military engagement in Syria, as well as the stubborn crisis in Ukraine. Underscoring their deep differences, the U.S. and Russia couldn’t even agree on...

    Football: Mourinho goes back to Porto as Chelsea seek comfort in Europe
    Sep28

    Football: Mourinho goes back to Porto as Chelsea seek comfort in Europe

    Porto (Portugal) (AFP) – In the midst of a frustrating start to the season, Jose Mourinho returns to Portugal on Tuesday as Chelsea face his old side FC Porto in the Champions League.The London club are looking to make it two wins out of two in Group G after their straightforward 4-0 victory against Maccabi Tel-Aviv at Stamford Bridge two...

    Putin heads for UN showdown with Obama over Syria
    Sep28

    Putin heads for UN showdown with Obama over Syria

    United Nations (United States) (AFP) – Russian President Vladimir Putin squared up for a clash Monday with his US counterpart Barack Obama at the United Nations as the Kremlin leader pushes for a new coalition against the Islamic State group.Putin and Obama are due to make competing speeches before the UN General Assembly in New York, and...

    Putin says Russia has no plans to deploy combat troops in Syria
    Sep28

    Putin says Russia has no plans to deploy combat troops in Syria

    MOSCOW: Russia has no plans for now to deploy combat troops in Syria, President Vladimir Putin (pix) said on Sunday, addressing US concerns about a Russian military build-up. In an interview with US television networks recorded ahead of a meeting with US President Barack Obama, Putin said the aim of Russia’s military presence in Syria was...

    Poroshenko and Angela Merkel discuss preparations for Normandy Format meeting
    Sep28

    Poroshenko and Angela Merkel discuss preparations for Normandy Format meeting

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed preparations for the Normandy Format meeting that is scheduled to take place on October 2 in Paris. …read more Source:...

    Obama, Putin to confront tensions on Syria, Ukraine
    Sep28

    Obama, Putin to confront tensions on Syria, Ukraine

    Face-to-face for the first time in nearly a year, President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday will confront rising tensions over Moscow’s military engagement in Syria, as… …read more Source: The...

    Putin says Russia has no plans to deploy combat troops in Syria
    Sep28

    Putin says Russia has no plans to deploy combat troops in Syria

    Russia has no plans for now to deploy combat troops in Syria, President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday, addressing US concerns about a Russian military build-up. In an interview with US television networks recorded ahead of a meeting with US President Barack Obama, Putin said the aim of Russia’s military presence in Syria was to support the...

    Russia pushes for anti-IS ‘co-ordination’
    Sep28

    Russia pushes for anti-IS ‘co-ordination’

    As negotiations continue, the war in Syria is continuing unchecked.–Reuters photo Russian president Vladimir Putin has called for a regional ‘co-ordinating structure’ against Islamic State. Putin iterated his support for Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, who Western countries and the Syrian opposition have said must go. The crisis is...

    Kitschy Soviet-Era Restaurant Popular in Astana
    Sep27

    Kitschy Soviet-Era Restaurant Popular in Astana

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – Capitalism has been moving quickly around Astana since the city became the capital 17 years ago. Many things have changed as a result, including the food enjoyed by locals. Klava Davai One can see a sprout of American fast food restaurants in the city,...

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