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    Ukraine moves to ban ‘illegal’ Russian books
    Sep08

    Ukraine moves to ban ‘illegal’ Russian books

    The bill submitted to parliament follows similar legislation that prevents channels from airing Russian shows and films deemed to cast a negative light on the former Soviet republic’s history and February 2014 pro-EU revolt. …read more Source: Channel...

    11th International Festival of Puppet Theatres to be launch on September 9 with the support of 
Coca-Cola Hellenic Armenia Company
    Sep08

    11th International Festival of Puppet Theatres to be launch on September 9 with the support of Coca-Cola Hellenic Armenia Company

    Theatres from Georgia, Russia, Italy, Hungary, Ukraine and other countries, as well as those from Artsakh and the Armenian provinces will participate in the festival this year. …read more Source:...

    U.S. agrees to help enhance Ukrainian forces, dispatches adviser
    Sep08

    U.S. agrees to help enhance Ukrainian forces, dispatches adviser

    The United States and Ukraine on Thursday agreed to cooperate on defense technology and improve Ukraine’s forces in a move aimed at boosting Ukrainian defense and enhancing U.S. assistance, the Pentagon said. U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter also named a senior U.S. adviser to oversee the effort. Carter and Ukrainian Defense Minister...

    US agrees to help enhance Ukrainian forces, dispatches adviser
    Sep08

    US agrees to help enhance Ukrainian forces, dispatches adviser

    The United States and Ukraine on Thursday agreed to cooperate on defence technology and improve Ukraine’s forces in a move aimed at boosting Ukrainian defence and enhancing U.S. assistance, the Pentagon said. …read more Source: Channel...

    U.S., Ukraine agree to enhance Ukrainian forces, boost cooperation – Pentagon
    Sep08

    U.S., Ukraine agree to enhance Ukrainian forces, boost cooperation – Pentagon

    LONDON (Reuters) – The United States and Ukraine on Thursday agreed to cooperate on defence technology and improve Ukraine’s forces, the Pentagon said, naming former Centcom Commander and retired U.S. General John Abizaid as a senior defence advisor to Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

    US-Russia deal on Syria needs ‘true’ ceasefire: Carter
    Sep08

    US-Russia deal on Syria needs ‘true’ ceasefire: Carter

    LONDON: Washington is willing to cooperate with Moscow to end the Syrian conflict but only if there is first a “true cessation” of hostilities, US Defence Secretary Ash Carter said Thursday. Ahead of an expected meeting in Geneva between US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Carter told BBC radio...

    Britain, EU should work together for smooth divorce – UK PM
    Sep08

    Britain, EU should work together for smooth divorce – UK PM

    LONDON: Britain and the European Union should work together to smooth their divorce and forge a new strong relationship, Prime Minister Theresa May told European Council President Donald Tusk on Thursday. May’s spokeswoman said that the two leaders’ first meeting since she became prime minister following the June 23 Brexit vote was...

    Much work needed to improve Ukraine ceasefire, German foreign minister says
    Sep08

    Much work needed to improve Ukraine ceasefire, German foreign minister says

    German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Thursday that there was still a lot of work to be done to get a ceasefire fully implemented in Ukraine, adding that progress was “urgently needed”. …read more Source: Channel...

    Much work needed to improve Ukraine ceasefire, German foreign minister says
    Sep08

    Much work needed to improve Ukraine ceasefire, German foreign minister says

    BERLIN (Reuters) – German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Thursday that there was still a lot of work to be done to get a ceasefire fully implemented in Ukraine, adding that progress was “urgently needed”. …read more Source: The...

    Saudi Arabia, Kuwait ‘least friendly countries in world’
    Sep08

    Saudi Arabia, Kuwait ‘least friendly countries in world’

    A report by InterNations that surveyed over 14,000 respondents found Taiwan to be the friendliest country in the world. The ranking was based on ease of settling in and finding friends. Uganda and Costa Rica took the second and third spot respectively. Czech Republic, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait were found to be the least friendly countries. Here is...

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