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    Ukrainian, Iranian among 36 people killed in Istanbul airport attack –  officials
    Jun29

    Ukrainian, Iranian among 36 people killed in Istanbul airport attack – officials

    ISTANBUL (Reuters) – One Ukrainian and one Iranian citizen were among 36 people killed by three suicide bombers in an attack at Istanbul’s main international airport on Tuesday night blamed on Islamic State militants, officials from the two countries said on Wednesday. …read more Source: The...

    In a Long-Term Perspective Armenia will Need a Larger Territory Regarding its Security Issue: Batu Kutelia
    Jun29

    In a Long-Term Perspective Armenia will Need a Larger Territory Regarding its Security Issue: Batu Kutelia

    “Russia-Armenia air defense system shouldn’t be observed as a threat directed to NATO,” Batu Kutelia, Vice President of the Atlantic Council of Georgia, told at the discussion initiated by “Region” Research Center, touching upon NATO-South Caucasus relations and perspectives. To the question of 168.am that after Ukrainian war what will be...

    Preview: Ronaldo poses biggest threat yet to Polish rearguard
    Jun29

    Preview: Ronaldo poses biggest threat yet to Polish rearguard

    Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo attends the training. REUTERS MARSEILLE: Poland have an impressive defensive record at Euro 2016 but standing in their way to a semi-final spot is arguably one of sport’s greatest-ever athletes, Cristiano Ronaldo. The monstrous Polish centre back pairing of Michal Pazdan and Kamil Glik face their toughest...

    Italy, Netherlands duel for UN Security Council seat
    Jun29

    Italy, Netherlands duel for UN Security Council seat

    Kazakhstan beat out Thailand in a second round, picking up 138 votes against 55 for Thailand and winning a council seat for the first time since its 1991 independence from the Soviet Union. Italy and the Netherlands squared off for a UN Security Council seat after Kazakhstan was elected to the powerful council for the first time and Bolivia,...

    Dutch PM Rutte wants ‘binding’ assurances over EU’s Ukraine deal
    Jun29

    Dutch PM Rutte wants ‘binding’ assurances over EU’s Ukraine deal

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte asked European Union leaders on Tuesday for “legally binding” assurances to address his country’s concerns over a trade and association deal with Ukraine and said The Hague would block it otherwise. …read more Source: Channel...

    Dutch PM Rutte wants ‘legally binding’ assurances over Ukraine deal – sources
    Jun29

    Dutch PM Rutte wants ‘legally binding’ assurances over Ukraine deal – sources

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte asked European Union leaders on Tuesday for “legally binding” assurances to address his country’s concerns over a trade and association deal with Ukraine, but did not say he would block it, diplomats said. …read more Source: Channel...

    Dutch PM Rutte wants 'legally binding' assurances over Ukraine deal – sources
    Jun29

    Dutch PM Rutte wants 'legally binding' assurances over Ukraine deal – sources

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte asked European Union leaders on Tuesday for “legally binding” assurances to address his country’s concerns over a trade and association deal with Ukraine, but did not say he would block it, diplomats said. …read more Source: The...

    Bolivia, Ethiopia, Sweden win seats on UN Security Council
    Jun28

    Bolivia, Ethiopia, Sweden win seats on UN Security Council

    Bolivia, Ethiopia and Sweden on Tuesday were elected to serve a two-year stint on the UN Security Council, with Kazakhstan vying with Thailand and the Netherlands facing off against Italy for two remaining spots. Five non-permanent seats are up for grabs in the vote by the UN General Assembly, three of which were filled in a first round of secret...

    Bolivia, Ethiopia, Sweden win seats on UN Security Council
    Jun28

    Bolivia, Ethiopia, Sweden win seats on UN Security Council

    UNITED NATIONS: Bolivia, Ethiopia and Sweden on Tuesday were elected to serve a two-year stint on the UN Security Council, with Kazakhstan vying with Thailand and the Netherlands facing off against Italy for two remaining spots. Five non-permanent seats are up for grabs in the vote by the UN General Assembly, three of which were filled in a first...

    Kremlin dents Turkish hopes for quick restoration of ties
    Jun28

    Kremlin dents Turkish hopes for quick restoration of ties

    Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Kremlin sought to dampen Turkey’s hopes for a swift restoration of normal relations on Tuesday, a day after Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan expressed regret over the downing of a Russian warplane last year. The Russian jet was shot down, with the loss of the pilot, in November while taking part in the...

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