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    Canada to seek closer ties with Russia despite Ukraine: Foreign Minister
    Jan29

    Canada to seek closer ties with Russia despite Ukraine: Foreign Minister

    “If we don’t engage with Russia we don’t help Ukraine (and) we don’t help Canada’s interests,” Foreign Minister Stephane Dion said. …read more Source:...

    Oil crash has economic benefits but geopolitical risks for US
    Jan29

    Oil crash has economic benefits but geopolitical risks for US

    NEW YORK (AFP) – The oil price crash is mostly a godsend for the United States, delivering American consumers and businesses cheaper gasoline prices while hobbling the economies of adversaries like Russia.But analysts say that the longer the oil price stays so low, the greater the chances it will generate new geopolitical problems that...

    Tear in ligaments force Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne to sit out for about 10 weeks
    Jan29

    Tear in ligaments force Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne to sit out for about 10 weeks

    Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne will be out for about 10 weeks after tearing ankle and knee ligaments in Wednesday’s League Cup semi-final win against Everton, he tweeted on Thursday. “Just got back from the specialist. I’ll be out for around 10 weeks,” wrote the Belgium international, who will miss the...

    World’s most visited cities: Hong Kong top, London second, Rio climbs but Kiev falls
    Jan29

    World’s most visited cities: Hong Kong top, London second, Rio climbs but Kiev falls

    Hong Kong however, which hosted 27.7 million visitors in 2014, representing an increase of 8.2%, retained top spot in the 100-strong list for the sixth consecutive year. Nearly 17.4 million foreigners visited London in 2014. …read more Source: The Times of...

    Canada signals it will reengage with Russia despite Ukraine
    Jan28

    Canada signals it will reengage with Russia despite Ukraine

    Canada will seek closer relations with Russia despite deep tensions over Moscow’s actions in Ukraine, new Liberal Foreign Minister Stephane Dion signalled on Thursday, marking a major policy shift. Last October the Liberals defeated the Conservatives, who had cut most high-level ties with Moscow and slapped sanctions on Russian firms,...

    Protests greet ‘executioner’ Rouhani’s visit to France
    Jan28

    Protests greet ‘executioner’ Rouhani’s visit to France

    PARIS (AFP) – Hundreds of protesters on Thursday condemned Iranian President Hassan Rouhanis visit to France, with a Femen activist dramatising a surge in executions in Iran by staging a mock hanging on a bridge near the Eiffel Tower.Welcome Rouhani, executioner of freedom, read a banner on the Paris bridge from which the woman was...

    European Union Court Throws Out Sanctions Against 5 Ukraine Old Guard
    Jan28

    European Union Court Throws Out Sanctions Against 5 Ukraine Old Guard

    An EU court on Thursday annulled European Union sanctions against five Ukrainians, including two former prime ministers, because the bloc had wrongly found them at fault over embezzling state funds. …read more Source:...

    Azerbaijan U-21 football team win Antalya Cup VİDEO
    Jan28

    Azerbaijan U-21 football team win Antalya Cup VİDEO

    The Azerbaijan national under-21 football team have become the winner of the Antalya Cup. The Azerbaijani footballers defeated Ukraine 2-1, Saudi Arabia 3-0, Albania 4-0 and Bahrain 4-0 …read more Source: Azerbaijan State News...

    Ali Hasanov: Azerbaijan’s long-term strategy envisages new development stage
    Jan28

    Ali Hasanov: Azerbaijan’s long-term strategy envisages new development stage

    Political crisis observed in some parts of the world, worsening of confrontation between various poles, numerous conflicts from Syria to Ukraine and active participation of global forces in them, relate to a number of factors that cause the deepening of the global crisis, Azerbaijani president’s aide for public and political affairs Ali...

    NATO looks to combat Russia’s ‘information weapon’
    Jan28

    NATO looks to combat Russia’s ‘information weapon’

    PHUKET: NATO may combat Kremlin “weaponisation of information” used to support action such as the 2014 seizure of Crimea by creating a new more powerful communications section and declassifying more sensitive material, according to draft plans.Both NATO and the European Union are concerned by Russia’s ability to use television...

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