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    Levon Aronian to participate in Norway Chess 2016
    Mar07

    Levon Aronian to participate in Norway Chess 2016

    Armenia’s chess player Levon Aronian has been invited to participate in Norway Chess-2016, one of the strongest super tournaments ever. Renowned chess players, including the World Champion Magnus Carlsen (Norway), the ex-world champions Vladimir Kramnik (Russia) and Veselin Topalov (Bulgaria), Anish Giri (The Nederlands), and Maxime...

    Nobel laureates join petition for EU to secure Ukraine pilot’s release
    Mar07

    Nobel laureates join petition for EU to secure Ukraine pilot’s release

    KIEV: Three Nobel Prize laureates were among thousands of people who signed a petition urging European leaders to secure the release of a hunger-striking Ukrainian pilot from a Russian jail. The 34-year-old Nadiya Savchenko is standing trial for alleged involvement in the death of two Russian journalists in war-torn Ukraine. She faces up to 23...

    First Secretary of Ukraine’s Embassy meets athletes on World Cup in Trampoline Gymnastics
    Mar07

    First Secretary of Ukraine’s Embassy meets athletes on World Cup in Trampoline Gymnastics

    First Secretary for Economic Affairs of the Embassy of Ukraine in Azerbaijan Vadim Sidyachenko on Sunday met with the Ukrainian delegation, which arrived in Baku for the World Cup in Trampoline Gymnastics. …read more Source:...

    First Secretary of Ukraine’s Embassy meets athletes on the World Cup in Trampoline Gymnastics …
    Mar07
    Tennis: Patience pays as Svitolina wins Malaysia Open
    Mar07

    Tennis: Patience pays as Svitolina wins Malaysia Open

    KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) – Elina Svitolina shrugged off a dropped first set and lengthy rain delays to defeat Eugenie Bouchard for the Malaysian Open title on Sunday.The win is the fourth WTA title for the Ukrainian world number 19, who won 6-7(5) 6-4, 7-5 over Bouchard, of Canada.The third set was hit by intermittent suspensions of more than two...

    Stratfor’s Global Intelligence: Week of March 7, 2016
    Mar07

    Stratfor’s Global Intelligence: Week of March 7, 2016

    BISHKEK (TCA) — The Times of Central Asia presents to its readers Stratfor’s Global Intelligence, a weekly review of the most important events that happened in the world — from Europe to Middle East to Russia to Central Asia to Afghanistan to China and the Americas. The Week That WasUkraine Talks StallThe only result from this week’s...

    World › Ukrainians attack Russia embassy, demand pilot’s release
    Mar07

    World › Ukrainians attack Russia embassy, demand pilot’s release

    Angry protesters threw stones and eggs at the Russian embassy in Kiev Sunday, breaking several of its windows, after earlier smashing cars and throwing smoke pellets as Ukrainians’ anger boiled over at Moscow’s refusal to free a hunger-striking pilot. Hundreds of demonstrators rallied outside Moscow’s diplomatic mission to...

    Ukrainians attack Russia embassy, demand pilot’s release
    Mar06

    Ukrainians attack Russia embassy, demand pilot’s release

    KIEV, Ukraine – Angry protesters threw stones and eggs at the Russian embassy in Kiev on Sunday, March 6, breaking several of its windows after smashing cars and burning a Russian flag, as Ukrainians’ anger boiled over at Moscow’s refusal to free … …read more Source:...

    Grigory Tishchenko: If driven out of Syria, Daesh militants may make their way to Karabakh conflict zone
    Mar06

    Grigory Tishchenko: If driven out of Syria, Daesh militants may make their way to Karabakh conflict zone

    The Russian-Turkish confrontation has already made Moscow weigh denunciation of the Moscow Treaty, while Ankara rejects the terms of Treaty of Küçük Kaynarca. What will this “war of treaties” result in, given that President Vladimir Putin refuses from direct talks with his Turkish opposite number Recep Erdogan? The Moscow Treaty and the Treaty of...

    Ukrainians pelt Russian embassy with eggs, demand pilot’s release
    Mar06

    Ukrainians pelt Russian embassy with eggs, demand pilot’s release

    KIEV – Angry protestors threw stones and eggs at the Russian embassy in Kiev on Sunday, breaking several of its windows after smashing cars and burning a Russian flag, as Ukrainians’ anger boiled over at Moscow’s refusal to free a hunger-striking pilot. …read more Source: Bangkok...

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