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    Putin cannot avoid me: Australia PM
    Nov06

    Putin cannot avoid me: Australia PM

    BRISBANE: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Wednesday warned Vladimir Putin he will not be able to avoid a “conversation” over the loss of Australian lives in the downing of Flight MH17 over Ukraine. Last month Abbott vowed to “shirtfront” the Russian president at the G20 summit in Brisbane next week, although Moscow has yet to respond to...

    Ukrainian president calls new election in eastern regions
    Nov06

    Ukrainian president calls new election in eastern regions

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Tuesday called a local election in eastern regions to be held ” under Ukrainian law”. …read more Source: China...

    French start-up eyes Halal food marketplace with pig exam device
    Nov06

    French start-up eyes Halal food marketplace with pig exam device

    French farmers reason a pig during a criticism on Wednesday in Strasbourg, eastern France. PHOTO: AFP PARIS: A French start-up is anticipating to take a cut of a multi-billion dollar Halal food marketplace with a device permitting diners to find out within mins either a plate contains pork. Capital Biotech has perceived orders from as distant...

    Heavy casualties reported in escalating violence in E. Ukraine
    Nov06

    Heavy casualties reported in escalating violence in E. Ukraine

    Violence has escalated in Ukraine over the past day with five people, including children, reportedly having been killed and 17 others wounded, reports showed Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    China on best behaviour for APEC, but guests may not be
    Nov06

    China on best behaviour for APEC, but guests may not be

    From territorial disputes with neighbours to rivalry with the United States, China is setting aside some of its biggest foreign policy challenges to prevent discord at a summit of Asia-Pacific leaders that it hosts next week. What’s not clear is whether the guests will behave as well. One potential hotspot is the conflict in Ukraine, as...

    Russian central bank limits interventions, lets ruble float
    Nov05

    Russian central bank limits interventions, lets ruble float

    MOSCOW – The Russian central bank announced Wednesday it would limit its support for the ruble, letting the currency which has already taken a hit from the Ukraine crisis sink to a new record low. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    Shell kills young footballers in crumbling Ukraine ceasefire
    Nov05

    Shell kills young footballers in crumbling Ukraine ceasefire

    DONETSK (UKRAINE) – Ukraine’s tattered ceasefire came under new strain Wednesday as shelling killed two teenagers playing football in rebel-held Donetsk and President Petro Poroshenko said he was deploying reinforcements to face a threatened separatist offensive. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    Shell kills two young footballers amid crumbling Ukraine ceasefire
    Nov05

    Shell kills two young footballers amid crumbling Ukraine ceasefire

    November 06, 2014 2:24 AMDONETSK, Ukraine (AFP) – Ukraine’s tattered ceasefire came under new strain on Wednesday as shelling killed two teenagers playing football in rebel-held Donetsk and President Petro Poroshenko said he was deploying reinforcements to face a threatened separatist offensive. …read more Source: The Straits...

    Orbital blames rocket engine failure for launchpad blast
    Nov05

    Orbital blames rocket engine failure for launchpad blast

    WASHINGTON: Orbital Sciences Corporation said Wednesday a preliminary probe into last month’s unmanned rocket blast shows an engine failure was to blame for the explosion shortly after liftoff from Wallops Island, Virginia.This still image from NASA video shows an Orbital Sciences Corporation unmanned spacecraft exploding on October 28,...

    Ukraine peace plan in tatters, 'frozen conflict' takes shape
    Nov05

    Ukraine peace plan in tatters, 'frozen conflict' takes shape

    KIEV/DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) – Kiev said on Wednesday it would halt payment of state funds in areas controlled by pro-Moscow rebels, as both sides hardened positions in what is rapidly becoming a “frozen conflict”: a long-term stalemate that the West believes is Russia’s aim. …read more Source: The...

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