: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Asia & Australia

    Croatia rout Greece 4-1 to close in on World Cup
    Nov10

    Croatia rout Greece 4-1 to close in on World Cup

    Croatia pose for a team group photo before the match. Photo: Reuters ZAGREB: Croatia moved closer to next year’s World Cup with an emphatic 4-1 home win over Greece on Thursday in the first leg of their two-legged playoff after the Balkan nation produced their most impressive qualifying performance. The result left the Greeks with a...

    Sharmazanov: If the world does not recognize the self-determination  of Artsakh, then it should not recognize the self-determination of  the Soviet republics
    Nov10

    Sharmazanov: If the world does not recognize the self-determination  of Artsakh, then it should not recognize the self-determination of  the Soviet republics

    ArmInfo.”The international community must understand that the Republic of Artsakh is fighting not against Azerbaijan, but for its freedom and independence,” RA Deputy Speaker Eduard Sharmazanov said during the meeting of the Armenia-Artsakh Interparliamentary Cooperation Commission on November 10. He noted that since Artsakh can not...

    Export of gas
    Nov10

    Export of gas

    Kazakhstan has increased the supply of liquefied gas to Ukraine …read more Source: Kazakh TV

    Beeline summed up the largest network modernization in the last  decade
    Nov09

    Beeline summed up the largest network modernization in the last  decade

    ArmInfo. Beeline announces the completion of a large-scale project to modernize the mobile network, the launch of which the company reported in the middle of this year. After the modernization, the coverage area of 2G Beeline network now covers a record 98.6% of Armenia’s population. As ArmInfo was told in the press service of the company,...

    Aktau – city by the sea
    Nov09

    Aktau – city by the sea

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – Aktau, one of Kazakhstan’s youngest cities on the Caspian Sea, offers memorable beach resorts, theatres and night life. Photo credit: Pandaland.kz Brief History Known as Aktau from 1961-1963, the name was changed to Shevchenko in honour of...

    NATO to increase cyber weaponry to combat Russia
    Nov09

    NATO to increase cyber weaponry to combat Russia

    US Defense Secretary James Mattis (L) talks with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg during a defense ministers meeting in Brussels, where the alliance agreed to up its cyber capabilities NATO members agreed Wednesday to increase the use of cyber weaponry and tactics during military operations, with the alliance also upgrading other...

    NATO to Increase Cyber Weapon Usage to Combat ‘Resurgent’ Russia
    Nov09

    NATO to Increase Cyber Weapon Usage to Combat ‘Resurgent’ Russia

    Brussels, Nov 9: Members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) agreed to increase the use of cyber weaponry and tactics during military operations in a bid to combat a resurgent Russia. Reports claim the alliance has also agreed to upgrade other capabilities with the same motive as following Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014,...

    US defence chief meets NATO to discuss Daesh, Afghanistan

    NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg (L) talks to US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis (C) and Britain’s Secretary of State for Defence Gavin Williamson (R) as they pose for a family photo during a NATO defence ministers’ meeting at the NATO headquarters in Brussels, November 8, 2017. AFP/John Thys BRUSSELS: With Daesh crumbling in Iraq...

    Nato to increase cyber weaponry to combat Russia
    Nov09

    Nato to increase cyber weaponry to combat Russia

    BRUSSELS: Nato members agreed Wednesday to increase the use of cyber weaponry and tactics during military operations, with the alliance also upgrading other capabilities to combat a resurgent Russia. The changes are part of the alliance’s biggest shakeup since the Cold War, with defence ministers backing the creation of two new command...

    Russian Revolution, 100 Years On: Who Benefited, Who Lost?
    Nov08

    Russian Revolution, 100 Years On: Who Benefited, Who Lost?

    Historians still argue about the legacy of the Russian Revolution; described as “The Event that Changed the World”. But how is the revolution perceived today in the region which was most affected by it? We asked people in the streets of 5 post-Soviet capitals: Moscow, Kyiv, Yerevan, Tbilisi and Bishkek. …read more Source:...

    Page 118 of 3426

    Pin It on Pinterest