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    Georgian president: Saakashvili shouldn’t have left the country
    Jul27

    Georgian president: Saakashvili shouldn’t have left the country

    Georgia’s President Giorgi Margvelashvili has commented on the stripping of former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili of his Ukrainian citizenship, APA’s Georgia bureau reported. …read more Source:...

    Beeline announced the launch of a large-scale project to modernize  wired infrastructure
    Jul27

    Beeline announced the launch of a large-scale project to modernize  wired infrastructure

    ArmInfo. Beeline announced plans for unprecedented modernization of wired infrastructure in Yerevan and regions. As the press service of the company told ArmInfo, a large-scale project will cover a significant part of the backbone and user infrastructure, and the amount of investments can reach tens of millions of dollars in the next two years....

    Armenia will stimulate tourism through liberalization of visa regime.
    Jul27

    Armenia will stimulate tourism through liberalization of visa regime.

    ArmInfo.Armenia is going to liberalize the visa regime with countries that are promising in terms of increasing the tourist flow. According to the Prime Minister, in recent months, the number of tourists and air travel has grown dramatically in Armenia. At the same time, Karen Karapetyan noted, there is a need for additional complex activities in...

    Lawyer: Blogger Lapshin may be extradited to Israel
    Jul27

    Lawyer: Blogger Lapshin may be extradited to Israel

    Blogger Alexander Lapshin, a holder of a citizenship of Ukraine, Russia and Israel convicted in Baku last week, may be released before the expiry of his actual term of imprisonment. …read more Source:...

    Russia appoints new ambassador to UN
    Jul27

    Russia appoints new ambassador to UN

    MOSCOW: The Kremlin on Thursday announced the appointment of Vasily Nebenzya as Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations, replacing the previous long-serving envoy Vitaly Churkin who died in February. President Vladimir Putin signed a decree appointing Nebenzya, the Kremlin wrote on its website. Nebenzya will start in the new post as...

    Ukraine strips Georgia’s ex-leader Saakashvili of citizenship
    Jul27

    Ukraine strips Georgia’s ex-leader Saakashvili of citizenship

    KIEV: Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Thursday he has stripped former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili of his Ukrainian citizenship, paving the way for his possible extradition to Georgia. The charismatic reformer came to power in Georgia’s 2003 Rose Revolution but then fell from grace and is now wanted by Georgian...

    Saakashvili says lost Ukraine citizenship due to president's fear of opposition
    Jul27

    Saakashvili says lost Ukraine citizenship due to president's fear of opposition

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ex-Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili said he would fight Kiev’s decision to strip him of his Ukrainian citizenship, saying it was an attempt to stifle political opposition that betrayed the aims of Ukraine’s 2013-14 pro-European uprising. …read more Source: The...

    German businesses call for reprisals if US sanctions hit them
    Jul27

    German businesses call for reprisals if US sanctions hit them

    BERLIN: Europe must be prepared to respond in kind if the United States’ proposed new sanctions against Russia end up hurting its companies, an influential German industry association said on Thursday. The German Committee on East European Economic Relations also said the measures passed last week by the US House of Representatives seemed...

    With the support of Beeline, the website launched "Armenpress:  History"
    Jul27

    With the support of Beeline, the website launched "Armenpress:  History"

    ArmInfo.The news agency ArmenPress, Beeline in Armenia and the Center for Technological Development announce the launch of the history.armenpress.am website within the framework of the project “Armenpress: History”, which aims to digitize some of the photos (10,000) from the agency’s unique photo archive. As the press service of...

    Oxford study finds Duterte camp spending $200,000 for social media trolls
    Jul27

    Oxford study finds Duterte camp spending $200,000 for social media trolls

    A study by a British institution found that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s camp has spent $200,000, or around P10 million, to hire social media “trolls” to shape public opinion and target anyone who opposes the president’s way of running the country. The study published by Oxford University looked into how different political...

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