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    Nine Kazakh Startup Teams to Receive Technology Training in Silicon Valley
    Jul28

    Nine Kazakh Startup Teams to Receive Technology Training in Silicon Valley

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA –Nine Kazakh tech startup teams have won the opportunity to receive training in Silicon Valley as a result of their performance in the Technation competition, which attracted startup groups from former Soviet Union countries, Europe and Asia. Photo credit:...

    Two killed, power station hit in Ukraine violence
    Jul28

    Two killed, power station hit in Ukraine violence

    DONETSK, Ukraine: At least two people were killed on Monday and a regional power station was knocked out of action after being damaged by shelling in …read more Source: The News...

    Swimming: Chinese divers make it five golds from five
    Jul28

    Swimming: Chinese divers make it five golds from five

    KAZAN (AFP) – China could repeat their 2011 sweep of the diving gold medals at the world aquatic championships after Mondays double victory left them with five wins from five in Kazan.Teenager Xie Siyi claimed the mens 1m springboard title to give his country their fifth straight win in the event having only switched from platform diving at...

    China shows off victory over Japan logo
    Jul27

    China shows off victory over Japan logo

    China on Monday unveiled its official logo for the forthcoming commemorations of victory over Japan 70 years ago, invoking both peace in the form of doves and robust nationalism with Communist colours and imagery of the Great Wall. The symbol is centred around a large red-coloured “70” for the years since 1945 and what Beijing calls the end of...

    Crew of ship detained in NZ get money after months with no pay
    Jul27

    Crew of ship detained in NZ get money after months with no pay

    SAN FRANCISCO — The crew of a ship detained at the Port of Tauranga in New Zealand, mainly Russian, Ukrainian and Filipino, have finally received some money after not being paid for some months. They have also been given temporary visas, allowing them to go ashore. Lancelot V, a Greek-owned and Panamanian-flagged bulk carrier, has been...

    Ukraine faces ‘hidden crisis’ as displacement soars
    Jul27

    Ukraine faces ‘hidden crisis’ as displacement soars

    Ukraine is facing a “hidden emergency” because of the government’s failure to plan for nearly 1.4 million people uprooted by the war in the east, which has left many struggling to find shelter, charities say. They accused the government of breaking its promise to provide housing for people displaced by the conflict and urged it...

    Russia revises navy doctrine over NATO’s ‘inadmissible’ expansion
    Jul27

    Russia revises navy doctrine over NATO’s ‘inadmissible’ expansion

    It calls for the “accelerated reconstitution and completion of strategic Russian positions” in the Black Sea.Eyeing Russia, US leads fresh military drills in UkraineRussia calls new U.S. military strategy confrontationalRussia ‘playing with fire’ with nuclear saber-rattling: PentagonRussia says will retaliate if U.S....

    Not all that glitters is gold
    Jul27

    Not all that glitters is gold

    ‘The risk of investing is the highest when the perception of risk is lowest, and vice versa.’ What this essentially implies is that when the situation is benign, most people are confident about investing in a particular asset class — the risk, in all probability, in that asset class, is the highest. I have been negative on gold...

    U.S. to Train Regular Ukrainian Troops
    Jul27

    U.S. to Train Regular Ukrainian Troops

    The Obama administration said Friday that it would expand training of Ukrainian security forces in their fight against Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine. The U.S. is already training Ukrainian national guard units. In the fall, officials said, the mission will be expanded to in… …read more Source: The Chosun...

    Tsurenko wins first WTA title in Istanbul
    Jul26

    Tsurenko wins first WTA title in Istanbul

    ISTANBUL – Ukraine’s Lesia Tsurenko, ranked 71 in the world, won her first WTA tournament, the Istanbul Cup on Sunday, when she defeated Poland’s Urszula Radwanska 7-5, 6-1. …read more Source: Bangkok...

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