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    May Day protesters across Asia demand higher pay
    May02

    May Day protesters across Asia demand higher pay

    May Day ralliesMoscow May Day parade lauds Putin as rebels seize more Ukraine buildings …read more Source: Thanh Nien...

    May Day in Milan marked by violence
    May02

    May Day in Milan marked by violence

    May Day ralliesMoscow May Day parade lauds Putin as rebels seize more Ukraine buildings …read more Source: Thanh Nien...

    Pakistan pins hopes on gas imports, but snags slow progress
    May01

    Pakistan pins hopes on gas imports, but snags slow progress

    The government plans to install new gas import terminals and pipelines to underpin an economic revival linked to $46 billion in Chinese deals but its ambitions are being undermined by poor planning, price uncertainty and security concerns, industry experts said. The government wants to increase imports to fuel industry expansion and reduce daily...

    A Ukrainian military spokesman accused rebels of using heavy arms prohibited by a February truce agreement.
    May01

    A Ukrainian military spokesman accused rebels of using heavy arms prohibited by a February truce agreement.

    In Ukraine, two soldiers and one pro-Russian rebel have been killed in fighting in war-torn eastern parts despite ceasefire. A Ukrainian military spokesman accused rebels of using heavy arms prohibited by a February truce agreement. Fighting between pro-Russian rebels and the Ukrainian army has killed over 6,100 people in the past year....

    Vienna refuses US attempts to extradite Ukrainian industrialist
    May01

    Vienna refuses US attempts to extradite Ukrainian industrialist

    An Austrian court has refused to extradite Ukrainian industrialist Dmytro Firtash to the United States, accepting his argument that political motivations lay behind US efforts to try him on corruption charges. …read more Source: South China Morning...

    Contact Group on Ukraine expected to meet soon
    May01

    Contact Group on Ukraine expected to meet soon

    The three-party Contact Group on the Ukraine crisis is expected to meet in the coming 10 days to discuss the current situation in the conflict-torn country, a representative of insurgents in eastern Ukraine said Friday. …read more Source:...

    Russia says too early to discuss peacekeeping in Ukraine
    May01

    Russia says too early to discuss peacekeeping in Ukraine

    Russia said on Friday that it is too early to discuss the deployment of peacekeepers in the conflict zone in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Two Ukrainian serviceman killed in past 24 hours in east – military
    May01

    Two Ukrainian serviceman killed in past 24 hours in east – military

    KIEV (Reuters) – Two Ukrainian serviceman have been killed and two wounded in separatist attacks on government forces in eastern Ukraine despite the Minsk ceasefire agreement, Interfax news agency quoted the Ukrainian military as saying on Friday. …read more Source: The...

    Pakistan, China, India on US intellectual property priority watch list
    May01

    Pakistan, China, India on US intellectual property priority watch list

    WASHINGTON: The US on Thursday issued its annual report on the status of intellectual property maintaining Pakistan presence on the Priority Watch List in its annual report along with India and China. Emphasis is placed on Pakistan’s ability to implement the specialized intellectual property rights under the IPO Act 2012. The report states,...

    Superpower tussle may trigger Cold War n-tripwire
    May01

    Superpower tussle may trigger Cold War n-tripwire

    There are no great rolls of barbed wire, nor pillboxes or border guards, just a red hand painted on to the small wooden board that marks the end of the eastern edge of Europe. For 294 kilometres, Estonia’s barely-marked border with Russia runs through spectacular forests and marshes, snaking along the Narva river as it runs north from Lake...

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