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    Hollande, Merkel to discuss EU migrant crisis, Ukraine unrest
    Aug24

    Hollande, Merkel to discuss EU migrant crisis, Ukraine unrest

    BERLIN: German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande will meet in Berlin on Monday to give a new push to European efforts to tackle the biggest migrant crisis in 50 years. The pair will also hold talks on the resurgence of violence in Ukraine and will be joined by that country’s president Petro Poroshenko later in...

    Hollande, Merkel to discuss EU migrant crisis, Ukraine unrest
    Aug24

    Hollande, Merkel to discuss EU migrant crisis, Ukraine unrest

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande will meet in Berlin on Monday to give a new push to European efforts to tackle the biggest migrant crisis in 50 years. The pair will also hold talks on the resurgence of violence in Ukraine and will be joined by that country’s president Petro Poroshenko later in the...

    Hollande, Merkel, Poroshenko to meet in Berlin to discuss Ukrainian crisis
    Aug24

    Hollande, Merkel, Poroshenko to meet in Berlin to discuss Ukrainian crisis

    MOSCOW. KAZINFORM – Despite several rounds of peace talks and a ceasefire agreement between Kiev forces and eastern Ukrainian militia reached in Minsk in February, the fighting in eastern Ukraine shows no signs of abating. …read more Source:...

    Templeton bets on Malaysia as Hasenstab says declines overshot
    Aug24

    Templeton bets on Malaysia as Hasenstab says declines overshot

    [SAN MATEO] Franklin Templeton, whose contrarian bets made profits in Ireland and face losses in war-torn Ukraine, has been buying debt in Malaysia as global funds flee. …read more Source: The Business...

    Ukraine leader urges unity to bring change, combat Russian ‘aggressor’
    Aug23

    Ukraine leader urges unity to bring change, combat Russian ‘aggressor’

    Poroshenko asked allies to vote in favor of constitution amendments that will allot special status to parts of eastern Ukraine.Military pressure on Ukraine will last decades, President Poroshenko saysPutin blames “the rival side” for violence in East UkraineCivilians, soldiers die in east Ukraine fighting as Putin visits Crimea …read more...

    Ukraine leader urges unity to bring change, combat Russian ‘aggressor’
    Aug23

    Ukraine leader urges unity to bring change, combat Russian ‘aggressor’

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called on all political forces in the country on Sunday to rally behind his plans for constitutional change aimed at ending a separatist conflict in the east and defeating what he termed the “Russian aggressor”. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukraine leader urges unity to bring change, combat Russian ‘aggressor’
    Aug23

    Ukraine leader urges unity to bring change, combat Russian ‘aggressor’

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called on all political forces in the country on Sunday to rally behind his plans for constitutional change aimed at ending a separatist conflict in the east and defeating what he termed the “Russian aggressor”. Poroshenko used a flag-raising ceremony in Kiev on the eve of Independence Day to make...

    Ukraine leader urges unity to bring change, combat Russian 'aggressor'
    Aug23

    Ukraine leader urges unity to bring change, combat Russian 'aggressor'

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called on all political forces in the country on Sunday to rally behind his plans for constitutional change aimed at ending a separatist conflict in the east and defeating what he termed the “Russian aggressor”. …read more Source: The...

    Prince Dmitry Romanov to visit Crimea first time since reunification with Russia
    Aug23

    Prince Dmitry Romanov to visit Crimea first time since reunification with Russia

    PARIS. KAZINFORM – Prince Dmitry Romanov, the oldest relative of the late Russian Tsar Nicholas II (Romanov), will visit Crimea next week, Kazinform refers to TASS. …read more Source:...

    Emerging economies let currencies slide to stay competitive
    Aug23

    Emerging economies let currencies slide to stay competitive

    London (AFP) – The worlds emerging economies are allowing their currencies to slide in a quest to remain competitive, following Chinas devaluation of the yuan and the dollars strength in anticipation of US rate hikes.The currencies of emerging nations in Asia have especially suffered in recent weeks from market speculation that the US...

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