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    Ukraine buries unidentified soldiers months after eastern battle
    Aug07

    Ukraine buries unidentified soldiers months after eastern battle

    ZAPORIZHZHYA, Ukraine (Reuters) – Ukraine buried on Friday 57 soldiers still unidentified up to a year after being killed in the eastern separatist conflict, highlighting the difficulties the country faces moving on from one of its deadliest military defeats. …read more Source: The...

    Indian Air Force ‘beats British Air Force12-0’ in training exercise
    Aug07

    Indian Air Force ‘beats British Air Force12-0’ in training exercise

    Indian Air Force (IAF) seems to have defeated the Royal Air Force (RAF) in a face off, two-week exercise conducted in Linconshire, according to reports. The Indian Air Force brought four aircrafts from its fleet under Operation Indradhanush designed by Russia SU-30MKI Flanker fighter aircraft to RAF Coningsby for a showdown against RAF’s...

    UEFA Champions League play-off: Manchester United to face Club Bruges, Valencia and Monaco clash
    Aug07

    UEFA Champions League play-off: Manchester United to face Club Bruges, Valencia and Monaco clash

    Manchester United were given a troublesome tie against Club Bruges in the draw for the Champions League playoff round on Friday, although it could have been worse as they avoided Lazio, CSKA Moscow and Monaco. Lazio will meet Bayer Leverkusen as they attempt to return to the group stage for the first time since 2007-08 while another high profile...

    Gunmen attack hotel in central Mali, one dead
    Aug07

    Gunmen attack hotel in central Mali, one dead

    At least one person was killed in an attack early on Friday by unidentified gunmen on a hotel in central Mali frequented by United Nations peacekeepers in the West African nation, a witness and a military spokesman said. The raid targeted a hotel on the road to the airport in Sevare, which services the larger town of Mopti. The body of one victim...

    Kazakhstan willing to offer considerable volumes of coal to Ukraine – Energy Ministry
    Aug07

    Kazakhstan willing to offer considerable volumes of coal to Ukraine – Energy Ministry

    Ukraine is assessing a commercial offer from coal producers of Kazakhstan in prospective coal shipments, according to the press service of the Kazakh Energy Ministry. …read more Source: AKIpress News...

    UEFA Champions League play-off draw: Who will Manchester United face for group stage qualification?
    Aug07

    UEFA Champions League play-off draw: Who will Manchester United face for group stage qualification?

    After a rare season out of the UEFA Champions League, the former Premier League champions finally have a chance to get back to Wednesday night football. After finishing fourth place last season, United have a chance to qualify in UEFA Champions League group-stage as they wait for a team to face in the play-off. According to the rules of the...

    NASA extends contract with Russia for rides to  International Space Station
    Aug07

    NASA extends contract with Russia for rides to International Space Station

    NASA extended its contract with Russia to fly astronauts to the International Space Station due to budget cuts that have delayed commercial US alternatives, the US space agency said on Wednesday. Extending the contract through 2017 will cost the United States about $490 million, NASA chief Charles Bolden wrote in a letter to Congress. The deal...

    ‘No difficulty’ for France to find Mistral buyers: Hollande
    Aug06

    ‘No difficulty’ for France to find Mistral buyers: Hollande

    Paris refused to deliver the warships to Moscow in response to Russia’s alleged aggression in Ukraine last year. …read more Source: Channel...

    Russia accuses Britain of forcing out its diplomats
    Aug06

    Russia accuses Britain of forcing out its diplomats

    Russia has accused the British government of forcing out its diplomats in violation of international law, saying it believes some of the country’s politicians have taken a strategic decision to worsen relations with Moscow. In a series of statements and interviews this week, the Russian embassy in London and its ambassador, Alexander...

    Russian ‘food crematoria’ provoke outrage amid crisis, famine memories
    Aug06

    Russian ‘food crematoria’ provoke outrage amid crisis, famine memories

    Russian government plans for mass destruction of banned Western food imports have provoked outrage in a country where poverty rates are soaring and memories remain of famine during Soviet times. Even some Kremlin allies are expressing shock at the idea of “food crematoria” while one orthodox priest has denounced the campaign, which officially...

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