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    Germany’s Goetze unfazed by criticism for lack of goals
    Jun19

    Germany’s Goetze unfazed by criticism for lack of goals

    Germany’s Mario Goetze an Hungary’s Adam Lang in action during an International friendly at Gelsenkirchen, Germany on Saturday, June 4, 2016. Photo: Reuters PARIS: Germany’s Mario Goetze brushed off criticism of his lacklustre performances at Euro 2016 on Sunday and said players were used to being praised one day and knocked off...

    Germany’s Steinmeier favours gradual phasing-out of Russia sanctions
    Jun19

    Germany’s Steinmeier favours gradual phasing-out of Russia sanctions

    The European Union should gradually phase out sanctions imposed against Russia over the Ukraine crisis if there is substantial progress in the peace process, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier was quoted on Sunday as saying. …read more Source: Channel...

    Germany's Steinmeier favours gradual phasing-out of Russia sanctions
    Jun19

    Germany's Steinmeier favours gradual phasing-out of Russia sanctions

    BERLIN (Reuters) – The European Union should gradually phase out sanctions imposed against Russia over the Ukraine crisis if there is substantial progress in the peace process, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier was quoted on Sunday as saying. …read more Source: The...

    Japan, Russia to resume talks on disputed isles off Hokkaido next week
    Jun19

    Japan, Russia to resume talks on disputed isles off Hokkaido next week

    TOKYO: Tokyo and the Kremlin will on Wednesday resume negotiations on the decades-old territorial row over Russian-held islands off Hokkaido, Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida has announced. Chikahito Harada, Japan’s special representative for Japan-Russia relations, and his counterpart, Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov, will meet in...

    Canada not so eager to follow NATO’s lead into Eastern Europe
    Jun19

    Canada not so eager to follow NATO’s lead into Eastern Europe

    NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg speaks during a press confenrence following a meeting of NATO defence ministers with their Ukrainian counterpart at the NATO headquarters in Brussels on June 15, 2016.Stoltenberg demanded that Russia withdraw its forces and military hardware from Ukraine, and halt its support for pro-Moscow separatists...

    Croatia, Turkey face UEFA action over crowd trouble
    Jun18

    Croatia, Turkey face UEFA action over crowd trouble

    Croatia players celebrate in front of fans at full time of the Group D match between Turkey and Croatia in EURO 2016 – on June June 12. Photo: Reuters PARIS: UEFA said on Saturday it had opened disciplinary proceedings against the soccer federations of Croatia and Turkey for crowd trouble during two games at the Euro 2016 tournament in France...

    German concern switches from defence to offense at Euro 2016
    Jun18

    German concern switches from defence to offense at Euro 2016

    File – Germany’s Joachim Loew during an International friendly against Hungary at Gelsenkirchen, Germany on Saturday, June 4, 2016. Photo: Reuters EVIAN-LES-BAINS: Concerns regarding defensive frailties from Germany’s opening game at the European Championship have been replaced by worries over its attack. The Germans beat Ukraine 2-0...

    Germany have no scoring problem, will top group: Loew
    Jun18

    Germany have no scoring problem, will top group: Loew

    Germany’s coach Joachim Loew during training on the sidelines of Euro 2016 at Stade Camille Fournier, Evian-Les-Bains, France, on June 17. REUTERS EVIAN: Title contenders Germany do not have fundamental scoring problems despite a goalless draw against Poland and will top their Euro 2016 Group C with a win over Northern Ireland next week,...

    St. Petersburg Forum Helps Rebuild Trust, Develop EU-EAEU Dialogue
    Jun18

    St. Petersburg Forum Helps Rebuild Trust, Develop EU-EAEU Dialogue

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. There are plenty of clouds on the horizon for the global economy, as the World Bank’s latest outlook report has confirmed. Looking at what has happened over the first half of this year and the risks ahead has forced the bank to cut back again its forecasts...

    Pakistan ranked 11th most dangerous country in the world
    Jun18

    Pakistan ranked 11th most dangerous country in the world

    The 10th annual edition of the Global Peace Index has found the most and least peaceful countries on the planet, ranking 163 nations according to how safe they are. The report, published on June 8 by the global think tank Institute for Economics and Peace, assessed nations across 23 indicators of peace under three categories: the level of safety...

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