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    Obama visits Spain on symbolic but curtailed trip
    Jul11

    Obama visits Spain on symbolic but curtailed trip

    MADRID: Barack Obama wrapped up a lightning visit to Spain on Sunday, an abbreviated first presidential trip to the country overshadowed by the fatal shooting of five police officers in Dallas. Obama squeezed in the trip after a key NATO summit, before dashing home to deal with the aftermath of the wrenching attack. Greeting Spain King Felipe at...

    Bangladesh once again left out of GSP
    Jul10

    Bangladesh once again left out of GSP

    Bangladesh has once again been left out from the American list of beneficiary countries for trade privileges from the US on grounds of poor labour rights. The list of beneficiaries for the Generalised System of Preferences scheme was updated last month by the United States Trade Representative, the chief trade negotiation body for the US...

    NATO promises to continue supporting Ukraine, keeps membership out of reach
    Jul10

    NATO promises to continue supporting Ukraine, keeps membership out of reach

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    Three Ukrainian soldiers killed in separatist east
    Jul10

    Three Ukrainian soldiers killed in separatist east

    Eight of the injured soldiers suffered concussion during artillery shelling over the weekend near Luganske, a village 50 kilometres northeast of the rebels’ de facto capital Donetsk. (Source: Google maps) Three Ukrainian soldiers were killed and sixteen wounded as violent clashes continued between pro-Russian rebels and government forces in...

    Moscow blasts Nato focus on ‘non-existent’ Russia threat
    Jul10

    Moscow blasts Nato focus on ‘non-existent’ Russia threat

    MOSCOW: Moscow on Sunday slammed Nato for focusing on a “non-existent” threat from Russia at a leaders summit in Warsaw that saw fears over the Kremlin’s expansionism high on the agenda. “A preliminary analysis of the results of the meeting shows that Nato continues to exist in some sort of military-political looking-glass...

    Obama: US will ‘always’ stand by NATO allies
    Jul10

    Obama: US will ‘always’ stand by NATO allies

    WARSAW: US President Barack Obama on Saturday vowed the United States would always stand by Europe as its NATO allies backed a “hard-headed” policy of deterrence and dialogue with Russia. “In good times, and in bad, Europe can count on the United States. Always,” Obama said after a NATO summit in Warsaw approved the alliance’s biggest...

    Obama vows US will ‘always’ stand by NATO allies
    Jul10

    Obama vows US will ‘always’ stand by NATO allies

    WARSAW: US President Barack Obama on Saturday vowed the United States would always stand by Europe as its NATO allies backed a “hard-headed” policy of deterrence and dialogue with Russia. “In good times, and in bad, Europe can count on the United States. Always,” Obama said after a NATO summit in Warsaw approved the alliance’s biggest...

    Farnborough faces fewer jet orders, as Boeing turns 100
    Jul10

    Farnborough faces fewer jet orders, as Boeing turns 100

    The aerospace industry is preparing to celebrate major milestones at the Farnborough Airshow next week as Boeing turns 100 and Canada’s Bombardier marks the entry into service of a new jet designed to challenge the duopoly of Boeing and Airbus. The July 11-17 event, which alternates with the Paris Airshow as the industry’s premier...

    Russia expels 2 US diplomats in retaliation for US evictions
    Jul10

    Russia expels 2 US diplomats in retaliation for US evictions

    MOSCOW — Russia says it has expelled two American diplomats who it claims were working undercover for the CIA, in retaliation for the U.S. expulsion of two Russians. The expulsions came in the wake of a scuffle between a Russian policeman and an American diplomat outside the U.S. embassy in Moscow in June. That diplomat is one of the two...

    Hollande asks for military action against Syrian Qaeda affiliate
    Jul10

    Hollande asks for military action against Syrian Qaeda affiliate

    French President Francois Hollande speaks at a press conference during the second day of the NATO Summit, in Warsaw, Poland, Saturday, July 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz) French President Francois Hollande has called for international action against an Al-Qaeda affiliate in Syria, warning that the recent losses sustained by the Islamic State...

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