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    MH17: Dutch to renew search for body parts, debris
    Apr15

    MH17: Dutch to renew search for body parts, debris

    THE HAGUE: Dutch and international investigators will renew their search for body parts and debris at the MH17 plane crash site in restive eastern Ukraine, including at a location previously considered unsafe, the team’s chief announced Wednesday. “The team is in Donetsk and ready to start tomorrow (Thursday),” Pieter Jaap Aalbersberg said...

    Russian, Iranian companies discuss barter deal terms
    Apr15

    Russian, Iranian companies discuss barter deal terms

    Russian and Iranian companies are discussing terms for a barter deal which will not include oil deliveries, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Wednesday, trying to end confusion over the status of a long-heralded agreement.Russian officials said on Monday Russia was sending grain, equipment and construction materials to Iran in an...

    Putin earns less than many in the Kremlin
    Apr15

    Putin earns less than many in the Kremlin

    MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin earned about US$151,000 in 2014, less than many others in the presidential administration, according to details of his income declaration published by the Kremlin on Wednesday.Putin’s wealth has long been the focus of speculation by opponents who portray him as one of the richest men in the...

    MH17 team gain access to new debris field, hope to find last two victims
    Apr15

    MH17 team gain access to new debris field, hope to find last two victims

    Nine months after Malaysian Airlines MH17 crashed in eastern Ukraine, investigators have gained access to the area where the last unexamined wreckage lies and hope to recover remains of the last two victims. …read more Source: Channel...

    Russian return to G8 depends on Ukraine ceasefire – German minister
    Apr15

    Russian return to G8 depends on Ukraine ceasefire – German minister

    German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Wednesday the Group of Seven foreign ministers wished Russia would fulfil the conditions needed to once again be part of the extended Group of Eight meetings. …read more Source: Channel...

    MH17 Team Gain Access to New Debris Field, Hope to Find Last 2 Victims
    Apr15

    MH17 Team Gain Access to New Debris Field, Hope to Find Last 2 Victims

    Nine months after Malaysian Airlines MH17 crashed in eastern Ukraine, investigators have gained access to the area where the last unexamined wreckage lies and hope to recover remains of the last two v… …read more Source:...

    Germany's Schaeuble says need for U.S. to solve Ukraine crisis
    Apr15

    Germany's Schaeuble says need for U.S. to solve Ukraine crisis

    NEW YORK (Reuters) – German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Wednesday that the United States must play an important role in helping to solve the crisis in Ukraine while European resolve to come to a non-military solution remains strong. …read more Source: The...

    Russian return to G8 depends on Ukraine ceasefire – German minister
    Apr15

    Russian return to G8 depends on Ukraine ceasefire – German minister

    LUEBECK, Germany (Reuters) – German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Wednesday the Group of Seven foreign ministers wished Russia would fulfil the conditions needed to once again be part of the extended Group of Eight meetings. …read more Source: The...

    MH17 team gain access to new debris field, hope to find last two victims
    Apr15

    MH17 team gain access to new debris field, hope to find last two victims

    April 15, 2015 10:09 PMTHE HAGUE (REUTERS) – Nine months after Malaysian Airlines MH17 crashed in eastern Ukraine, investigators have gained access to the area where the last unexamined wreckage lies and hope to recover remains of the last two victims. …read more Source: The Straits...

    MH17 team gain access to new debris field, hope to find last two victims
    Apr15

    MH17 team gain access to new debris field, hope to find last two victims

    THE HAGUE (Reuters) – Nine months after Malaysian Airlines MH17 crashed in eastern Ukraine, investigators have gained access to the area where the last unexamined wreckage lies and hope to recover remains of the last two victims. …read more Source: The...

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