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    Making sense of the attack in St. Petersburg
    Apr04

    Making sense of the attack in St. Petersburg

    BISHKEK (TCA) — Russian media reported that police suspect the bombing in a subway train in St. Petersburg on April 3 was carried out by a man from Central Asia with ties to radical Islamic groups. Here below we are republishing an article originally published by Stratfor, which looks into different theories to explain who staged the attack, and...

    IMF releases US$1b loan for cash-strapped Ukraine
    Apr04

    IMF releases US$1b loan for cash-strapped Ukraine

    [KIEV] The International Monetary Fund will release the next US$1 billion loan payment to Ukraine, which had been postponed following the blockade imposed on the separatist east of the country, the Ukrainian president said Monday. …read more Source: The Business...

    IMF Board of Directors approve allocation of $ 1 billion to Ukraine
    Apr03

    IMF Board of Directors approve allocation of $ 1 billion to Ukraine

    …read more Source: NEWS.am

    IMF releases $1 billion loan for cash-strapped Ukraine
    Apr03

    IMF releases $1 billion loan for cash-strapped Ukraine

    KIEV (AFP) – The International Monetary Fund has decided to release the next $1 billion loan payment to Ukraine, which had been postponed following the blockade imposed on the separatist east of the country, the Ukrainian president said Monday.The IMF board took the decision to grant Ukraine one billion dollars, Petro Poroshenko wrote on...

    IMF approves US$1 billion aid tranche for Ukraine – Ukraine president
    Apr03

    IMF approves US$1 billion aid tranche for Ukraine – Ukraine president

    The International Monetary Fund on Monday approved the payment of US$1 billion of new aid to Ukraine, its President Petro Poroshenko said on his official Facebook page. …read more Source: Channel...

    Social media groups encouraging teen suicides prompt panic in Russia
    Apr03

    Social media groups encouraging teen suicides prompt panic in Russia

    SAINT PETERSBURG: Chilling online “death groups” on popular social media that egg on teenagers to kill themselves are causing panic in Russia after a string of teen suicides. Hidden groups on social networking site VK, the Russian equivalent of Facebook, are reportedly controlled by “mentors” who incite their members to...

    IMF approves $1 billion aid tranche for Ukraine – Ukraine president
    Apr03

    IMF approves $1 billion aid tranche for Ukraine – Ukraine president

    KIEV (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund on Monday approved the payment of $1 billion of new aid to Ukraine, its President Petro Poroshenko said on his official Facebook page. …read more Source: The...

    Saudi-Ukrainian military aircraft makes first successful flight
    Apr03

    Saudi-Ukrainian military aircraft makes first successful flight

    UKRAINE (Daily Dunya) – The Saudi-Ukrainian military aircraft Antonov AN-132 made its first successful flight. According to Al-Arabiya English, the AN-132 was first launched last December.The flight was made in Ukraine under the supervision of an engineering committee from the Saudi and Ukrainian sides.The aircraft was jointly developed by...

    Social media groups encouraging teen suicides prompt panic in Russia
    Apr03

    Social media groups encouraging teen suicides prompt panic in Russia

    SAINT PETERSBURG AFP) – Chilling online death groups on popular social media that egg on teenagers to kill themselves are causing panic in Russia after a string of teen suicides.Hidden groups on social networking site VK, the Russian equivalent of Facebook, are reportedly controlled by mentors who incite their members to take their own...

    Social media groups encouraging teen suicides prompt panic in Russia
    Apr03

    Social media groups encouraging teen suicides prompt panic in Russia

    SAINT PETERSBURG: Chilling online “death groups” on popular social media that egg on teenagers to kill themselves are causing panic in Russia after a string of teen suicides. Hidden groups on social networking site VK, the Russian equivalent of Facebook, are reportedly controlled by “mentors” who incite their members to take their own lives. The...

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