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    Russia does not want arms race with US: Putin aide
    Jun17

    Russia does not want arms race with US: Putin aide

    Russia does not want to enter a costly new arms race with the United States, a top Kremlin aide said Wednesday, after President Vladimir Putin said it was boosting its nuclear arsenal. “Russia is trying to react to possible threats with some sort of means but that’s it,” Yury Ushakov, Putin’s top foreign policy aide, told...

    Russia doesn’t want arms race with US: Putin aide
    Jun17

    Russia doesn’t want arms race with US: Putin aide

    MOSCOW (AFP) – Russia does not want to enter a costly new arms race with the United States, a top Kremlin aide said Wednesday, after President Vladimir Putin said it was boosting its nuclear arsenal.Russia is trying to react to possible threats with some sort of means but thats it, Yury Ushakov, Putins top foreign policy aide, told a...

    Cost of violence hits $14 trillion in increasingly divided world
    Jun17

    Cost of violence hits $14 trillion in increasingly divided world

    The cost of violence around the world reached a record $14.3 trillion in 2014, equivalent to the combined economies of Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom, a global security report said on Wednesday. The divide between the most and least peaceful regions deepened with many Middle Eastern and African countries sinking...

    Russia cites ‘threats’ as nuclear arsenal boosted
    Jun17

    Russia cites ‘threats’ as nuclear arsenal boosted

    MOSCOW (AFP) – President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that Russia must defend itself if threatened, as the US warned against a return to a Cold War status after Moscow announced plans to boost its nuclear arsenal.The declaration from the Kremlin strongman came as Russia reacted with fury to reports the US is planning to bulk up its military...

    NATO denounces Putin plan to beef up nukes
    Jun17

    NATO denounces Putin plan to beef up nukes

    Russia threatens ‘consequences’ if US deploys missiles in EuropeDon’t be afraid of Russia, Putin tells WestWest, Russia trade accusations at U.N. over new Ukraine violenceRussian sanctions likely to be extended in July: DhandRussia, NATO flex military musclesRussia says sanctions ‘destructive’, will act in own...

    NATO’s spearhead force holds first exercise
    Jun17

    NATO’s spearhead force holds first exercise

    Obama says NATO is the “cornerstone” for global securityNATO foreign ministers sing ‘We Are The World’ at dinnerRussia, NATO flex military musclesNATO’s annual submarine warfare exercise begins in NorwayWest should consider all tools, including arms, for Ukraine -NATO generalNATO naval drills start in Black Sea …read more...

    New Ukraine peace talks fail to halt escalating clashes
    Jun17

    New Ukraine peace talks fail to halt escalating clashes

    MINSK: Ukraine on Tuesday reported the death of two soldiers as a fresh round of European-mediated talks with pro-Russian insurgents failed to break a …read more Source: The News...

    EURCHF sees medium term downside risks – Westpac
    Jun17

    EURCHF sees medium term downside risks – Westpac

    “Macro: We continue to advocate medium term EUR/CHF downside amid ongoing ECB QE, unresolved risks around Greece and the still highly combustible geopolitical set up in Eastern Ukraine. Yet, the … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

    Putin Says Russia Beefing Up Nuclear Arsenal; NATO Denounces ‘Saber-Rattling’
    Jun17

    Putin Says Russia Beefing Up Nuclear Arsenal; NATO Denounces ‘Saber-Rattling’

    Kubinka, Russia. President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that Russia would add more than 40 new intercontinental ballistic missiles to its nuclear arsenal this year, prompting NATO’s chief to accuse Moscow of dangerous “saber-rattling.” Putin made his announcement a day after Russian officials denounced a US plan to station tanks and heavy...

    Tennis: Stunned Nadal crashes out at Queen’s
    Jun17

    Tennis: Stunned Nadal crashes out at Queen’s

    LONDON (AFP) – Rafael Nadal suffered a shock first-round exit from the Wimbledon warm-up event at Queens Club as the Spanish star was beaten 6-3, 6-7 (6/8), 6-4 by unheralded Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov on Tuesday.Nadals dismal defeat against the world number 79 is the latest in a growing list of lacklustre performances in a troubled 2015...

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