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    OSCE urges Ukraine and separatists to investigate ceasefire violations
    Jun22

    OSCE urges Ukraine and separatists to investigate ceasefire violations

    BERLIN (Reuters) – The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, monitoring a fragile ceasefire in eastern Ukraine, has called on Ukraine and Russian-backed separatists to do more to investigate violations of the agreement. …read more Source: The...

    Russian President Putin slams NATO for ‘aggressive’ activities, rhetoric
    Jun22

    Russian President Putin slams NATO for ‘aggressive’ activities, rhetoric

    President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday slammed NATO for ratcheting up its rhetoric and aggression close to Russia’s border and warned that Moscow was being forced to increase its military capacity. “NATO is stepping up its aggressive rhetoric and its aggressive actions close to our borders,” Putin told lawmakers. “In these...

    Putin slams NATO for ‘aggressive’ activities, rhetoric
    Jun22

    Putin slams NATO for ‘aggressive’ activities, rhetoric

    Putin also accused the West of rejecting Russian overtures to help tackle the common foe of “international terrorism” – as it once ignored the Soviet Union’s warnings about Hitler – as it seeks to isolate Moscow over the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Channel...

    Putin slams NATO for ‘aggressive’ activities, rhetoric
    Jun22

    Putin slams NATO for ‘aggressive’ activities, rhetoric

    President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday criticised NATO for ratcheting up its rhetoric and aggression close to Russia’s border and warned that Moscow was being forced to increase its military capacity. “NATO is stepping up its aggressive rhetoric and its aggressive actions close to our borders,” Putin told lawmakers. “In these conditions we...

    Azerbaijan in Middle of Food Security List
    Jun22

    Azerbaijan in Middle of Food Security List

    BAKU / 22.06.16 / TURAN: Azerbaijan took the 57th place among 113 countries in the Global Food Security Index. According to the international organization The Economist Intelligence Unit, Azerbaijan scored 57.1 points out of a maximum 100, as much as Egypt and Vietnam gained. Among the post-Soviet countries (except the Baltics) the leader is...

    Some Beeline ADSL subscribers to have different Internet payment numbers
    Jun22

    Some Beeline ADSL subscribers to have different Internet payment numbers

    Beeline informs that a number of Hi-line subscribers have been transferred to a new platform, which will change their individual numbers for Internet payment, according to the Company’s press-office. From July 2, 2016, all Hi-line subscribers in Yerevan with landline numbers starting with 2 (010-2еееее), and subscribers with residence on 74...

    France expels Russian soccer fan chief again
    Jun22

    France expels Russian soccer fan chief again

    FILE PHOTO – Russian soccer fan leader Alexander Shprygin, who will again be deported from France after he returned despite a previous expulsion in connection with violence that marred the start of Euro 2016, is seen during his first expulsion in Marseille, France, June 18, 2016. Photo: Reuters/File PARIS: France deported Russian soccer fan...

    Putin’s Beijing trip likely to focus on Russia-China ties
    Jun22

    Putin’s Beijing trip likely to focus on Russia-China ties

    In a bid to show the West that the ties with China could offer a viable alternative, Russian President Vladimir Putin had visited Beijing earlier. (Source: AP File Photo) With President Vladimir Putin heading to China this weekend, officials in both countries extol a blossoming “strategic partnership” between the two former communist rivals. But...

    EU agrees extending Russia economic sanctions, formal decision pending: sources
    Jun22

    EU agrees extending Russia economic sanctions, formal decision pending: sources

    More EU politicians are now urging a softer stance toward Russia, a key trade partner and energy providerCracks emerge in the European consensus on RussiaPutin on Brexit: Russia wants to talk to a strong EuropePutin: EU is ‘key partner’ for RussiaEU extends sanctions on Russia-annexed Crimea until mid-2017 …read more Source:...

    EU Envoys Vote to Extend Russia Sanctions
    Jun22

    EU Envoys Vote to Extend Russia Sanctions

    European Union ambassadors meeting in Brussels agreed to extend current economic sanctions against Russia for another six months because the conflict in Ukraine remains unresolved. Envoys from the bloc’s 28 member states approved the decision in principle Tuesday. It still needs a unanimous formal a… …read more Source: The...

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