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    IMF approves loan to Ukraine despite debt concerns
    Aug01

    IMF approves loan to Ukraine despite debt concerns

    [WASHINGTON] The International Monetary Fund approved Friday the next installment of its massive loan to Ukraine despite uncertainty about the sustainability of the country’s debt and its conflict with separatist forces. …read more Source: The Business...

    MH370 clues mount as wreckage identified as Boeing 777
    Jul31

    MH370 clues mount as wreckage identified as Boeing 777

    SAINT-ANDR, France: Malaysian authorities confirmed yesterday that the plane wreckage washed up on an Indian Ocean island was from a Boeing 777, meaning the part is almost certainly from missing flight MH370. The debris, part of a plane wing, could provide the first tangible clue towards unlocking the mystery surrounding the doomed Malaysia...

    ‘Moving close’ to solving MH370 mystery
    Jul31

    ‘Moving close’ to solving MH370 mystery

    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian authorities confirmed Friday that plane wreckage washed up on an Indian Ocean island was from a Boeing 777, meaning the part is almost certainly from missing flight MH370. The debris, part of a plane wing, could provide the first tangible clue towards unlocking the mystery surrounding the Malaysia Airlines plane, which...

    France to decide on suspended Mistral deal with Russia by summer end: PM
    Jul31

    France to decide on suspended Mistral deal with Russia by summer end: PM

    France, which suspended the delivery of of two Mistral helicopter carriers to Russia due to Ukrainian crisis, would announce “important decisions” in the coming month after reports revealed a compensation deal between Paris and Moscow, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls announced on Friday. …read more Source: <a...

    Inquiry into Alexander Litvinenko’s Poisoning Death Points Finger at Russian President Vladimir Putin
    Jul31

    Inquiry into Alexander Litvinenko’s Poisoning Death Points Finger at Russian President Vladimir Putin

    Russian President Vladimir Putin “personally ordered” the killing of Alexander Litvinenko, the inquiry into the former spy’s death has heard. . LONDON – The inquiry into the former spy’s death has heard that Russian President Vladimir Putin “personally ordered” the killing of Alexander Litvinenko. Ben Emmerson the lawyer for the widow...

    Why Have we Been Put on Sanction List, Finland Ask US
    Jul31

    Why Have we Been Put on Sanction List, Finland Ask US

    Finland has asked the United States to explain why two Finnish citizens and four enterprises have been slapped with sanctions over the conflict in Ukraine, the Finnish foreign ministry said today. …read more Source:...

    Island nations seek UN help combatting climate change
    Jul31

    Island nations seek UN help combatting climate change

    United Nations (United States) (AFP) – More than a dozen small island nations made an urgent appeal to the UN Security Council for help in combatting climate change, which they said poses a threat to their very existence.The Council — more typically a forum for heated debates on the plight of refugees in Syria or efforts to stem the...

    US Adds to Russian Ukrainian Sanctions
    Jul31

    US Adds to Russian Ukrainian Sanctions

    WASHINGTON – The United States imposed further Russia- and Ukraine-related sanctions on Thursday, adding associates of a billionaire Russian gas trader, Crimean port operators and former Ukrainian … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

    Seek justice at  ICC instead
    Jul31

    Seek justice at ICC instead

    IT is regrettable that the United Nations Security Council rejected the draft resolution for the setting up of a tribunal that would guarantee an independent trial for those behind the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine on July 17 last year. …read more Source: New Straits...

    MH17: After Russia veto, countries seek court for prosecutions
    Jul31

    MH17: After Russia veto, countries seek court for prosecutions

    AMSTERDAM: The five countries investigating the downing of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine a year ago are considering setting up an independent international tribunal after Russia vetoed attempts to establish a UN-backed court to prosecute suspects. Russia deployed its permanent member’s veto in the United Nations Security Council on...

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