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    John Kerry to meet Putin next week on Syria peace plan
    Dec11

    John Kerry to meet Putin next week on Syria peace plan

    US Secretary of State John Kerry will meet President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday in Moscow on the Syrian crisis and rival visions of the fight against the Islamic State group. “They will discuss ongoing efforts to achieve a political transition in Syria,” spokesman Mark Toner said on today on the sidelines of the UN climate summit in...

    Brawl in Ukraine parliament after MP manhandles premier
    Dec11

    Brawl in Ukraine parliament after MP manhandles premier

    A fight erupted between dozens of lawmakers in Ukraine’s parliament on Friday after an MP picked up Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and hoisted him away from the podium as he was defending his embattled government’s record. Yatsenyuk had almost ended up his weekly questions session when a lawmaker from President Petro...

    US secretary of state John Kerry to meet Putin on Syria, Ukraine issue next week
    Dec11

    US secretary of state John Kerry to meet Putin on Syria, Ukraine issue next week

    US secretary of state John Kerry will travel to Moscow next week for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on two of the most vexing crises in US-Russian relations: Syria’s civil war and Ukraine’s ongoing instability. …read more Source: The Times of...

    Beeline receives interstate award for significant contribution to Armenia’s telecommunication sector
    Dec11

    Beeline receives interstate award for significant contribution to Armenia’s telecommunication sector

    Beeline has been awarded with an interstate prize for its significant contribution to the development of Armenia’s telecommunication sector. The award was granted on the sidelines of the 48th session of the Interstate Council for Standardization, Metrology and Certification of the Commonwealth of Independence States (CIS). Over 150...

    In 2004-2013 average illicit financial flow from Armenia was $983 mln per annum
    Dec11

    In 2004-2013 average illicit financial flow from Armenia was $983 mln per annum

    The Global Financial Integrity’s “Illicit Financial Flows from Developing Countries: 2004-2013? study ranks Armenia 70th among 149 countries by the volume of illicit outflows. The study was published on December 9. The average annual illicit financial outflow from Armenia was $983 mln....

    Scuffles erupt at Ukraine’s parliament, PM dragged from post
    Dec11

    Scuffles erupt at Ukraine’s parliament, PM dragged from post

    Ukrainian lawmakers fight each other right after Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenuk’s speech during a parliamentary session in the Parliament in Kiev, Ukraine, Friday Dec. 11, 2015. Photo: AP KIEV, UKRAINE: Scuffles involving several dozen lawmakers have erupted at Ukraine’s parliament after one deputy tried to drag the prime minister...

    Fistfight erupts in Ukraine parliament
    Dec11

    Fistfight erupts in Ukraine parliament

    Scores injured in Ukraine parliament grenade attackClashes erupt outside Ukraine parliament …read more Source: Thanh Nien...

    Ukraine lawmaker manhandles PM Yatseniuk in rowdy parliament scenes
    Dec11

    Ukraine lawmaker manhandles PM Yatseniuk in rowdy parliament scenes

    Fighting broke out among members of Ukraine’s ruling coalition on Friday after a member of President Petro Poroshenko’s bloc physically picked up Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk and pulled him from the podium. …read more Source: Channel...

    Brawl in Ukraine Rada: Yatsenyuk gets attacked by lawmaker
    Dec11

    Brawl in Ukraine Rada: Yatsenyuk gets attacked by lawmaker

    The Verkhovna Rada has yet again been the venue for farcical brawling as Oleg Barna, an MP in President Petro Poroshenko’s party, grabbed and hoisted the prime minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, aloft after handing him a bouquet of flowers. This was followed by brawl. The incident occurred after Yatsenyuk told critics of his energy policy to ask...

    Alexander Skakov: Russia will keep increasing military protection of Armenia
    Dec11

    Alexander Skakov: Russia will keep increasing military protection of Armenia

    How will the Armenian president-initiated Constitutional referendum affect Russia’s future relations with Armenia? I think Russian considers the referendum as Armenia’s internal affairs. It rather cares for the domestic stability in Armenia. However, the victory of the ruling party at the referendum does not ensure a long-term victory...

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