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    Angela Merkel slams anti-Muslim bias in US travel ban
    Jan30

    Angela Merkel slams anti-Muslim bias in US travel ban

    Berlin, Jan 30: German Chancellor Angela Merkel today stepped up her criticism of a US travel ban slapped on travellers from seven countries, saying it smacked of anti-Muslim bias. “The essential and also resolute fight against terrorism in no way justifies general suspicion against people of a specific faith, in this case people of the Muslim...

    Jan Jukubco remains invincible in Malam Jabba Int’l Ski Cup
    Jan30

    Jan Jukubco remains invincible in Malam Jabba Int’l Ski Cup

    Jan Jukubco of Slovakia remained unbeatable on the last day of the Malam Jabba International Alpine Ski Cup being held at the scenic resort of Malam Jabba, Swat. Slovakian skier outclassed his rivals in the 2nd race of men’s Slalom category as well and got 1st position in this momentous international event. IvanKovasnkyuk and Vasyle...

    SOCAR expands network of refueling stations in Ukraine
    Jan30

    SOCAR expands network of refueling stations in Ukraine

    Azerbaijan’s state energy major SOCAR expanded its network of refueling stations in Ukraine bringing the total count of stations to 60. A new station is located in Protasov Yar Street in Kiev. …read more Source:...

    Five troops reported killed in eastern Ukraine fighting
    Jan30

    Five troops reported killed in eastern Ukraine fighting

    At least five Ukrainian troops have been killed in an apparent uptick in fighting in eastern Ukraine, government officials said on Monday. An armed conflict between government troops and separatist rebels has killed more than 9,600 since it began in 2014, according to the U.N. Human Rights Office. A January cease-fire had until recently helped...

    Ukraine says more soldiers killed in deadliest clashes in weeks
    Jan30

    Ukraine says more soldiers killed in deadliest clashes in weeks

    KIEV – Five Ukrainian soldiers were killed and nine wounded as a result of an offensive by pro-Russian separatists over the weekend, the Ukrainian military said on Monday – the deadliest fighting in eastern regions since mid-December The toll… …read more Source:...

    5 troops reported killed in fighting in eastern Ukraine
    Jan30

    5 troops reported killed in fighting in eastern Ukraine

    Moscow, Jan 30 (AP) At least five Ukrainian troops have been killed in an apparent uptick in fighting in eastern Ukraine, government officials said today. An armed conflict between government troops and separatist rebels has killed more than 9,600 since it began in 2014, according to the UN Human Rights Office. A January cease-fire had until...

    Ukraine says more soldiers killed in deadliest clashes in weeks
    Jan30

    Ukraine says more soldiers killed in deadliest clashes in weeks

    Five Ukrainian soldiers were killed and nine wounded as a result of an offensive by pro-Russian separatists over the weekend, the Ukrainian military said on Monday – the deadliest fighting in eastern regions since mid-December …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukraine says more soldiers killed in deadliest clashes in weeks
    Jan30

    Ukraine says more soldiers killed in deadliest clashes in weeks

    KIEV (Reuters) – Five Ukrainian soldiers were killed and nine wounded as a result of an offensive by pro-Russian separatists over the weekend, the Ukrainian military said on Monday – the deadliest fighting in eastern regions since mid-December …read more Source: The...

    The Iraq war ended the idea of Pax Americana: Emma Sky
    Jan30

    The Iraq war ended the idea of Pax Americana: Emma Sky

    Emma Sky, an officer of the British Empire (OBE), served as the political advisor to the US General Ray Odierno during the Iraq war. She was in India recently as part of the ZEE Jaipur Literary Festival. In an interview to DNA, she speaks about a host of things including her 2015 book, The Unraveling: High Hopes and Missed Opportunities in Iraq....

    What happens to Afghanistan now?
    Jan29

    What happens to Afghanistan now?

    AFGHANISTAN is America’s longest war, and it seems it could go on indefinitely, if only because, in shades of the Vietnam catastrophe, there is no face-saving way out, and national pride is very much at stake. President Trump says he will ‘pursue a new foreign policy that finally learns from the mistakes of the past’ but has inherited...

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