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    Ukraine agrees to Russian proposal to lift truck ban
    Feb24

    Ukraine agrees to Russian proposal to lift truck ban

    Ukraine will accept a Russian proposal to lift reciprocal transit bans on road cargo, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Wednesday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Russia gives a gift of 10,000 automatic rifles to Afghanistan
    Feb24

    Russia gives a gift of 10,000 automatic rifles to Afghanistan

    KABUL: Afghan officials took delivery of 10,000 automatic rifles and millions of rounds of ammunition as a gift from Russia on Wednesday, another sign of deepening involvement by Moscow in the war-torn country. Dependent almost entirely on foreign aid, Afghan security forces are struggling to secure the country amid a rising insurgency. As the...

    Ukraine agrees to Russian proposal to lift truck ban
    Feb24

    Ukraine agrees to Russian proposal to lift truck ban

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine will accept a Russian proposal to lift reciprocal transit bans on road cargo, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Wednesday. …read more Source: The...

    UK voters divided over Brexit: Poll
    Feb24

    UK voters divided over Brexit: Poll

    A referendum to decide Britain’s future in or out of the European Union (EU) set for June 23 has divided the British public, according to an opinion poll released on Wednesday. Thirty-eight percent of those polled by YouGov for ‘The Times’ backed “Brexit” or an exit from the 28-nation economic bloc and 37 % wished to...

    Young wrestlers from Kyrgyzstan win two bronze medals in Minsk
    Feb24

    Young wrestlers from Kyrgyzstan win two bronze medals in Minsk

    Bishkek, February 24 / Kabar /. Kyrgyz sportsmen won two medals at the international tournament “Medvezhonok” among cadets in freestyle wrestling, which ended in Minsk (Belarus). This tournament is traditionally held within the framework of adult international freestyle wrestling tournament for the prizes of the triple Olympic...

    Tennis: Kerber crashes out in Qatar as seeds scattered
    Feb24

    Tennis: Kerber crashes out in Qatar as seeds scattered

    DOHA (AFP) – Angelique Kerber was one of at least seven seeds who crashed out of the Qatar Open on Tuesday, in the Germans first singles tournament since winning her first Grand Slam title in Melbourne last month.The Australian Open champion lost her second round match — she received a first round bye — in straight sets 7-5, 6-1...

    Tennis: Wawrinka salvages Dubai match, Kyrgios makes winning debut
    Feb24

    Tennis: Wawrinka salvages Dubai match, Kyrgios makes winning debut

    DUBAI (AFP) – Stan Wawrinka needed a set and a half to get comfortable on his return to the Dubai Tennis Championships on Tuesday but he pulled out a 5-7, 6-3, 7-5 first-round win over Sergiy Stakhovsky.The double Grand Slam-winning Swiss last played the event eight years ago and looked to be ready for the first flight back out as he...

    US sanctions on Russia do not bar use of Russian rocket engines – Pentagon
    Feb24

    US sanctions on Russia do not bar use of Russian rocket engines – Pentagon

    The Pentagon’s chief arms buyer on Tuesday said U.S. sanctions against Russia do not at this time bar the use of Russian RD-180 engines to power the Atlas 5 rockets that carry U.S. military and intelligence satellites into space. …read more Source: Channel...

    Guardiola appointment not behind City’s slump: Pellegrini
    Feb24

    Guardiola appointment not behind City’s slump: Pellegrini

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini during the prss conference. Reuters KIEV: Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has rejected the notion that the club’s announcement that Pep Guardiola will take over at the end of the season has derailed their campaign. “Really, that’s not the problem,” the Chilean told a news conference...

    U.S. sanctions on Russia do not bar use of Russian rocket engines – Pentagon
    Feb24

    U.S. sanctions on Russia do not bar use of Russian rocket engines – Pentagon

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Pentagon’s chief arms buyer on Tuesday said U.S. sanctions against Russia do not at this time bar the use of Russian RD-180 engines to power the Atlas 5 rockets that carry U.S. military and intelligence satellites into space. …read more Source: The...

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