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    World figures deny wrongdoing as Panama Papers turn spotlight on tax evasion
    Apr04

    World figures deny wrongdoing as Panama Papers turn spotlight on tax evasion

    LONDON/PANAMA CITY: Governments across the world began investigating possible financial wrongdoing by the rich and powerful on Monday following a leak of documents from a Panamanian law firm which allegedly showed how clients avoided tax or laundered money. The documents detailed schemes involving an array of figures from friends of Russian...

    Donald Trump victory a major global risk: EIU
    Mar17

    Donald Trump victory a major global risk: EIU

    The prospect of Donald Trump winning the US presidency represents a global threat on a par with jihadist militancy destabilising the world economy, according to British research group EIU. In the latest version of its Global Risk assessment, the Economist Intelligence Unit ranked victory for the Republican front-runner at 12 on an index where the...

    Europe-Russia mission departs on hunt for life on Mars
    Mar15

    Europe-Russia mission departs on hunt for life on Mars

    BAIKONUR, Kazakhstan — A joint European-Russian mission aiming to search for traces of life on Mars left Earth’s orbit Monday at the start of a seven-month unmanned journey to the Red Planet, space agency managers said. The Proton rocket carrying the Trace Gas Orbiter to examine Mars’ atmosphere and a descent module that will conduct...

    France to ‘strengthen’ ties with Russia despite sanctions
    Jan26

    France to ‘strengthen’ ties with Russia despite sanctions

    MOSCOW: France is working to strengthen its relations with Russia in spite of Western sanctions imposed on Moscow over the Ukraine crisis, French economy minister Emmanuel Macron said in Moscow Monday. …read more Source: The...

    Obama Vs Putin on Crimea
    Mar09

    Obama Vs Putin on Crimea

    WASHINGTON- Things are now getting personal. By upping the wager with his warning to isolate Russia with consents over Crimea, Barack Obama imperils setting off a rotation of confrontation with Vladimir Putin. (Source: DN) And regardless of his unwillingness to play Cold War-style chess with the Russian president, deterioration into a new great...

    Obama:  Vladimir Putin ‘not fooling anybody’ over Ukraine
    Mar09

    Obama: Vladimir Putin ‘not fooling anybody’ over Ukraine

    KIEV – US President Barack Obama on Tuesday said Russia was not “fooling anybody” over the calamity in Ukraine after Vladimir Putin refused that Russian forces were functioning on the inferno Black Sea peninsula of Crimea. (Source: DN) In a display of backing for the new provisional leaders in Kiev, visiting US Secretary of State John Kerry...

    Russia and China in conformity on Ukraine
    Mar09

    Russia and China in conformity on Ukraine

    Moscow- Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov talked over Ukraine with his Chinese equivalent, Wang Yi, on Monday and their opinions overlapped on the condition there. The Russian Foreign Ministry said the two veto-wielding UN Security Council members would stay in close interaction on the issue, Reuters reported. (Source: RT) …read more...

    Survey- Above 70% of Russians against intrusion in Ukraine
    Mar09

    Survey- Above 70% of Russians against intrusion in Ukraine

    According to a survey conducted by VTsIOM in 42 regions, seventy three percent of Russians consider Moscow should not intervene in the clash in Ukraine. Only 15 percent of those surveyed think this is doable, Interfax reported. Ninety four percent of respondents do not want the Ukrainian picture to be replicated in Russia. The survey was...

    Ukraine president, opposition sign deal to end crisis
    Mar09

    Ukraine president, opposition sign deal to end crisis

    KIEV- Ukraine’s besieged leader signed an agreement Friday with the opposition in an attempt to end the ex-Soviet country’s wickedest crisis since independence after three days of bloodshed left nearly 100 strikers dead. (Source: RT) But President Viktor Yanukovych’s verdict to hold early elections and form a unity government...

    WHO- 4,808 killed, nearly 10,500 injured in Ukraine conflict
    Jan16

    WHO- 4,808 killed, nearly 10,500 injured in Ukraine conflict

    Dorit Nitzan, the World Health Organization’s representative for Ukraine, has said that as of January 6, 4,808 people had been killed and 10,468 injured in the Ukrainian conflict, RIA Novosti reported. The WHO cannot help people in eastern Ukraine for security reasons after fighting had resumed there recently, despite the Minsk peace...

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