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    Newsweek: China or Russia? U.S. may have to choose an Ally
    Apr11

    Newsweek: China or Russia? U.S. may have to choose an Ally

    Newsweek: This article originally appeared on The Conversation. Forty-five years ago last February, U.S. President Richard Nixon returned from a visit to China that shocked the world and unsettled leaders in Moscow, who were awaiting a visit from Nixon a few months later. Soviet leaders wondered if they were finally witnessing the birth of a...

    US airstrike destroys fifth of Syria’s warplanes, says Mattis
    Apr11

    US airstrike destroys fifth of Syria’s warplanes, says Mattis

    WASHINGTON: The US strike on a Syrian air base destroyfed a fifth of the Damascus regime s remaining warplanes, Pentagon chief Jim Mattis said Monday as Washington fired a fresh salvo of warnings at President Bashar al-Assad. The public assessment of Friday’s missile strike and the forceful rhetoric came as G7 ministers met in Italy to send...

    US strike wiped out fifth of Assad air force, Mattis says
    Apr11

    US strike wiped out fifth of Assad air force, Mattis says

    WASHINGTON (AFP) – The US strike on a Syrian air base destroyed a fifth of the Damascus regimes remaining warplanes, Pentagon chief Jim Mattis said Monday as Washington fired a fresh salvo of warnings at President Bashar al-Assad.The public assessment of Fridays missile strike and the forceful rhetoric came as G7 ministers met in Italy to...

    US strike wiped out fifth of Assad air force, Mattis says
    Apr11

    US strike wiped out fifth of Assad air force, Mattis says

    WASHINGTON: The US strike on a Syrian air base destroyed a fifth of the Damascus regime’s remaining warplanes, Pentagon chief Jim Mattis said Monday as Washington fired a fresh salvo of warnings at President Bashar al-Assad. The public assessment of Friday’s missile strike and the forceful rhetoric came as G7 ministers met in Italy to...

    G7 ministers look to persuade Russia to abandon Syria’s Assad
    Apr11

    G7 ministers look to persuade Russia to abandon Syria’s Assad

    LUCCA: Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) major industrialised nations met in Italy on Monday, looking to put pressure on Russia to break its ties with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. In a shift in Washington’s strategy, US missiles hit a Syrian air base last week in retaliation for what the United States and its allies say...

    US strike wiped out fifth of Assad air force, Mattis says
    Apr11

    US strike wiped out fifth of Assad air force, Mattis says

    WASHINGTON: The US strike on a Syrian air base destroyed a fifth of the Damascus regime’s remaining warplanes, Pentagon chief Jim Mattis said Monday as Washington fired a fresh salvo of warnings at President Bashar al-Assad. The public assessment of Friday’s missile strike and the forceful rhetoric came as G7 ministers met in Italy to...

    Eduard Sharmazanov considers important message call of Chairmen of  Parliament of Cyprus on international recognition of Armenian  Genocide
    Apr10

    Eduard Sharmazanov considers important message call of Chairmen of  Parliament of Cyprus on international recognition of Armenian  Genocide

    ArmInfo. The Vice Speaker of Parliament of Armenia Eduard Sharmazanov considers important the message call of the Chairmen of Parliament of Cyprus Dimitris Silluris on the international community to recognize the Armenia Genocide. As he noted in a discussion with ArmInfo correspondent, Cyprus is one of the European countries not only recognized...

    After praise and death threats, Ukraine’s central bank governor quits
    Apr10

    After praise and death threats, Ukraine’s central bank governor quits

    Ukraine’s central bank governor, Valeria Gontareva, resigned on Monday, depriving the country of a tough reformer capable of taking on vested interests at a time when the economy is just recovering from a steep recession. …read more Source: Channel...

    IMF says new Ukraine central bank chief must be independent
    Apr10

    IMF says new Ukraine central bank chief must be independent

    KIEV – Ukraine’s next choice of central bank governor must be of high professional quality and independence, the International Monetary Fund’s country representative said on Monday. The head of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Valeria… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s IMF-backed central bank chief quits
    Apr10

    Ukraine’s IMF-backed central bank chief quits

    KIEV: Ukraine’s IMF-backed central bank chief Valeriya Gontareva submitted her resignation on Monday after coming under intense pressure from tycoons and lawmakers who wanted to throw her in jail. Her departure leaves President Petro Poroshenko with a tough decision to make about the fate of one of crisis-hit Ukraine’s most...

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