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    Dutch government seeks more time for solution on Ukraine-EU treaty impasse
    Oct31

    Dutch government seeks more time for solution on Ukraine-EU treaty impasse

    The Dutch government sought more time on Monday to find a way to avoid having to revoke the country’s support for a partnership agreement between the European Union and Ukraine, the foreign minister said in a letter to parliament. …read more Source: Channel...

    Dutch government seeks more time for solution on Ukraine-EU treaty impasse
    Oct31

    Dutch government seeks more time for solution on Ukraine-EU treaty impasse

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – The Dutch government sought more time on Monday to find a way to avoid having to revoke the country’s support for a partnership agreement between the European Union and Ukraine, the foreign minister said in a letter to parliament. …read more Source: The...

    The role of the Warsaw Summit in Armenia – Georgia security ties
    Oct31

    The role of the Warsaw Summit in 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) simultaneously came up with an extended assistance initiative for Ukraine and Georgia – the westward looking partners that have been the most afflicted by Moscow’s destructive posture. The Alliance has...

    Armenian salt is natural and doesn’t contain chemical additives: Areg Ghukasyan
    Oct31

    Armenian salt is natural and doesn’t contain chemical additives: Areg Ghukasyan

    Recently 168.am introduced one of the publications of Russian media outlets, in which the author issued the photo of the salt of concrete production and its content, stating that it contains Е-535/536 additive. We have introduced this material on account of the point that salt of production of different countries is being imported to Armenia....

    Smartphone usage in Pakistan continues to grow
    Oct31

    Smartphone usage in Pakistan continues to grow

    ISLAMABAD (APP) – The mobile broadband users growth in Pakistan is expected to touch 8 per cent mark in coming years as the country would have more than 40 million smartphones by end of this year.The third-generation (3G) and 4G mobile phone users stand at around 30 million and continue to grow, creating a huge demand for smartphones, which...

    Pro-Russia candidate ahead in Moldova election
    Oct31

    Pro-Russia candidate ahead in Moldova election

    CHISINAU: A pro-Russia candidate came out top in Moldova’s presidential election, according to incomplete results issued early Monday which left it unclear whether he could beat his pro-EU rival in the first round. Ex-Soviet Moldova went to the polls Sunday in its first popular presidential election since the 1990s, seen as a tug-of-war...

    Manchester City to take on Barcelona in Champions League clash tonight
    Oct31

    Manchester City to take on Barcelona in Champions League clash tonight

    PARIS (AFP) – AFP Sports looks ahead to Tuesdays Champions League action as Pep Guardiolas Manchester City host Barcelona with a number of sides, including the Spanish champions, looking to seal a place in the next round (all kick-offs 1945 GMT unless stated):Group ALudogorets Razgrad (BUL) v Arsenal (ENG)At Sofia, BulgariaMesut Ozil scored...

    How Putin wields his levers of power
    Oct30

    How Putin wields his levers of power

    Barack Obama, a foreign-affairs novice, came to a government in which America’s foreign policy was a sphere of contest among different aides rather than a settled posture. He did not have a settled view on what to do with dictators and was a reluctant intervener in foreign morasses; he opposed the invasion of Iraq while still an Illinois...

    Saina Nehwal explains why China can’t be taken for granted and what BAI can learn from BCCI
    Oct30

    Saina Nehwal explains why China can’t be taken for granted and what BAI can learn from BCCI

    Ace shuttler Saina Nehwal on Sunday said India has adequate infrastructure for badminton but don’t have enough coaches and academies. “There is no problem on infrastructure front, but what we don’t have enough number of academies and coaches, like the Chinese have,” she told PTI. Saina has been practising here after...

    Ukrainian man changes name to ‘iPhone 7’ to win Apple’s new gadget
    Oct30

    Ukrainian man changes name to ‘iPhone 7’ to win Apple’s new gadget

    A Ukrainian man has legally changed his name to ‘iPhone 7′ to win the newly released Apple phone. Olexander Turin is now officially known as iPhone Sim (Seven in Ukrainian), after an electronics store in Kiev offered the Apple phone to the first five people to rename themselves after the device. But not everyone was happy with the name...

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