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    Trump or Hillary? The new US govt’s relationship with China, Russia could affect India
    Nov07

    Trump or Hillary? The new US govt’s relationship with China, Russia could affect India

    As the world looks on, the United States is set to choose their leader for the next four years. Analysts are watching the election closely to understand what effect a Republican or Democratic win could have on the India. Of particular importance will be US’ relationship with Russia and China, two countries both the candidates have been...

    “Human Rights and Healthcare” international conference kicks off in Armenia
    Nov07

    “Human Rights and Healthcare” international conference kicks off in Armenia

    Representatives from Georgia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Kirgizstan, Kazakhstan, Russia and Macedonia are taking part in the conference. …read more Source:...

    Countries that have already had female leaders before US
    Nov07

    Countries that have already had female leaders before US

    Hillary Clinton is one step closer to becoming the first woman to lead the United States. But there are 59 other countries that beat America to that milestone. Hillary Clinton made history this spring, as the first female presidential candidate of a major U.S. political party. While this is a historic moment for the US, more than 70 countries...

    Tennis: Kvitova beats Svitolina to take Elite Trophy title
    Nov07

    Tennis: Kvitova beats Svitolina to take Elite Trophy title

    BEIJING (AFP) – Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic defeated Ukrainian Elina Svitolina in straight sets to take the title at the $2.2-million WTA Elite Trophy in Zhuhai on Sunday.Number three seed Kvitova dispatched the fourth seed 6-4, 6-2 in one hour and ten minutes, a month after she marked a return to form by...

    Kazakh-Ukrainian duo stunned in ITF tournament final in Egypt
    Nov06

    Kazakh-Ukrainian duo stunned in ITF tournament final in Egypt

    ASTANA. KAZINFORM – Denis Yevseyev of Kazakhstan and Yurii Dzhavakian of Ukraine lost in the final of the men’s doubles event at the ITF tournament in Egypt, Kazinform has learnt from itftennis.com. …read more Source:...

    Presidential vote in Bulgaria could herald closer Russia ties
    Nov06

    Presidential vote in Bulgaria could herald closer Russia ties

    Tsetska Tsacheva (left), presidential candidate of the Bulgaria’s ruling centre-right GERB party, waves next to vice-presidential candidate Plamen Manushev during an election rally in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, on November 4, 2016. Photo: Reuters SOFIA: Bulgarians vote in a closely fought presidential election on Sunday that could plunge the Black...

    Turkey recall Barca’s Turan after Terim left
    Nov05

    Turkey recall Barca’s Turan after Terim left

    ISTANBUL: (AFP) – Turkeys star midfielder Arda Turan of Barcelona was on Saturday recalled to the national side for the World Cup qualifier against Kosovo after apparently healing a rift with coach Fatih Terim.Turan was included in the squad for the home game against Kosovo on Saturday in Antalya, winning a recall along with fellow veteran...

    Do the NATO Warsaw Summit Decisions Reinvigorate Armenia-Georgia Security Ties?
    Nov05

    Do the NATO Warsaw Summit Decisions Reinvigorate Armenia-Georgia Security Ties?

    Adopting the strategy of deterrence and dialogue vis-a-vis Russia at the Warsaw Summit, the North-Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) came up with an extended assistance initiative for Ukraine and Georgia – the westward looking …read more Source:...

    Putin unveils controversial statue of Saint Vladimir
    Nov05

    Putin unveils controversial statue of Saint Vladimir

    MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday unveiled a giant statue by the Kremlin of his namesake Vladimir the Great, a revered leader and Orthodox saint, that has faced criticism from locals and conservationists. The 17-metre monument of Vladimir, the prince who converted modern Russia’s precursor state Kievan Rus to...

    Steven Seagal granted Russian citizenship
    Nov05

    Steven Seagal granted Russian citizenship

    President Vladimir Putin signed off on Thursday on a decree granting Russian citizenship to US action hero actor Steven Seagal, the latest high-profile passport handout to a Western celebrity. Hollywood star Seagal and judo-loving Kremlin tough guy Putin have struck up a ‘bromance’ in recent years, with Seagal visiting Russia repeatedly and...

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