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    Geneva process is long and unpredictable
    Jan31

    Geneva process is long and unpredictable

    Wars, generally speaking, are unpredictable – particularly when one is attempting to foresee when they will begin and how they will end. The war in Syria (or the war in Yemen for that matter) is no exception. With the Geneva talks over Syria in progress, the road to a final agreement will prove arduous and painfully difficult. Therefore,...

    Inheanacho shows City have firepower in reserve
    Jan31

    Inheanacho shows City have firepower in reserve

    Empty seats during the game. Reuters LONDON: Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini was not surprised striker Kelechi Inheanacho marked a rare starting berth with a hat-trick in a 4-0 FA Cup rout of Aston Villa on Saturday. The 19-year-old Nigerian, restricted mainly to substitute appearances this season, put City ahead from close range after...

    Influenza kills 155 people in Ukraine
    Jan30

    Influenza kills 155 people in Ukraine

    According to the Ministry of Health, some were infected with the virus H1N1 otherwise known as the Swine Flu. …read more Source: Kazakh...

    Why did Georgia and Ukraine vote in favor of the two anti-Armenian reports?
    Jan30

    Why did Georgia and Ukraine vote in favor of the two anti-Armenian reports?

    Political scientist Styopa Safaryan believes that this is not a coincidence Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), on January 26, at the winter session, rejected British MP Robert Walter’s report called “The escalation of violence in Nagorno-Karabakh and … …read more Source:...

    Statue of controversial Bolshevik leader toppled in Ukraine
    Jan30

    Statue of controversial Bolshevik leader toppled in Ukraine

    Ukrainian activists in the eastern city of Dnipropetrovsk on Friday night toppled a statue of controversial Bolshevik leader Grigory Petrovsky, implicated in a famine that killed millions in the 1930s, city hall said. Several young men toppled the 12-tonne bronze statue of Petrovsky – nicknamed “the butcher” for his role in the…...

    War in Syria: Russia’s ‘rustbucket’ military gives hi-tech shock to West and Israel
    Jan30

    War in Syria: Russia’s ‘rustbucket’ military gives hi-tech shock to West and Israel

    Their army’s equipment and strategy was “outmoded”; their air force’s bombs and missiles were “more dumb than smart”. For decades, this was Western military leaders’ view, steeped in condescension, of their Russian counterparts. What they have seen in Syria and Ukraine has come as a shock. …read...

    Ukrainian companies keen to invest in CPEC project, says envoy
    Jan30

    Ukrainian companies keen to invest in CPEC project, says envoy

    ISLAMABAD: A number of Ukrainian companies are keen to invest in China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project beside other sectors like textile and agriculture. Ambassador of Ukraine to Pakistan Volodymyr Lakomov said CPEC would be a guarantee for economic stability in the region besides Pakistan and China particularly for Central and South...

    GUAM strengthens cooperation in cybersecurity
    Jan29

    GUAM strengthens cooperation in cybersecurity

    President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko pointed out the necessity to establish a national cybersecurity coordination and effective collaboration to ensure the appropriate division of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC). Adopted by the National Security Council c …read more Source: Azerbaijan State News...

    GUAM Secretary General meets with Ukrainian deputy FM
    Jan29

    GUAM Secretary General meets with Ukrainian deputy FM

    GUAM Secretary General Altay Efendiyev has met with the Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Vadim Pristayko, AZERTAC learnt from the headquarters of the organization. The Ukrainian Deputy FM congratulated Altay Efendiyev on his appointment as Secretary General of GUAM. He pledged to support the activities of GUAM Secretary General …read more...

    Kremlin slams White House over Putin corruption claim
    Jan29

    Kremlin slams White House over Putin corruption claim

    The Kremlin on Friday lashed out at the White House after it backed up an allegation from the US Treasury that President Vladimir Putin is corrupt. US Treasury acting under secretary for terrorism and financial intelligence Adam Szubin said in a BBC documentary aired Monday that Putin was a “picture of corruption”. White House spokesperson Josh...

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