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    Wozniacki upsets world number one Pliskova in Toronto
    Aug12

    Wozniacki upsets world number one Pliskova in Toronto

    Caroline Wozniak of Denmark plays a shot against Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic (not pictured) during the Rogers Cup tennis tournament at Aviva Centre, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on August 11, 2017. Photo: Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports via Reuters Caroline Wozniacki defeated world number one Karolina Pliskova 7-5 6-7(3) 6-4 in a...

    Russian hackers targeted hotel guests across Europe
    Aug12

    Russian hackers targeted hotel guests across Europe

    A cyber-spying group with suspected links to Russian military intelligence was probably behind a campaign targeting hotel guests in eight mostly European countries last month, researchers at security firm FireEye said on Friday. The espionage group, dubbed APT 28, sought to steal password credentials from Western government and business...

    Statue of Muslim Magomayev to be erected in Kiev
    Aug11

    Statue of Muslim Magomayev to be erected in Kiev

    A park in the heart of Kiev, Ukraine will be named after the world-famous opera and pop singer of Azerbaijan, composer Muslum Magomayev. …read more Source:...

    Trump thanks Putin for reducing US embassy staff
    Aug11

    Trump thanks Putin for reducing US embassy staff

    BEDMINSTER, New Jersey: President Donald Trump on Thursday (Friday in Manila) thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for ordering the US embassy in Moscow to reduce its staff—boasting that this would cut payroll costs. Last month, the Kremlin demanded that Washington reduce its diplomatic footprint in Russia by 755 employees—both US diplomats...

    Armenia’s medicine export expands
    Aug11

    Armenia’s medicine export expands

    Armenian medicine producers work with various countries to expand the geography of medicine export, Albert Sahakyan, the deputy director of “Scientific Center of Drug And Medical Technology Expertise” told Armenpress. According to him, some shifts have already been registered. “About 10% of the drugs registered in Armenia are of Armenian...

    Statue of Muslim Magomayev to be erected in Kiev
    Aug11

    Statue of Muslim Magomayev to be erected in Kiev

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    Top cardinal aims to set up Pope visit to Russia
    Aug11

    Top cardinal aims to set up Pope visit to Russia

    ROME: A top cardinal due to meet President Vladimir Putin in Moscow this month says he will be hoping to do groundwork for Pope Francis to make a historic visit to Russia. Pietro Parolin, the number two in the Vatican hierarchy and its de facto foreign minister, is due in Russia from Aug 20 to 24. He is scheduled to meet both Putin and the head...

    Trump thanks Putin for expelling US embassy staff
    Aug11

    Trump thanks Putin for expelling US embassy staff

    BEDMINSTER: President Donald Trump on Thursday thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for ordering the US embassy in Moscow to slash its staff — boasting that this would cut payroll costs. Last month, the Kremlin demanded that Washington reduce its diplomatic footprint in Russia by 755 employees — both US diplomats and local staff — and close...

    World War II Bomb Found in Japan’s Fukushima
    Aug10

    World War II Bomb Found in Japan’s Fukushima

    New Delhi, August 10: A bomb, suspected to be dated back to World War II was found at the site of Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant. Soon after its discovery, bomb disposal experts were deployed and a temporary exclusion zone was put in place, reports claimed. As per a BBC report, the bomb was found by workers during the construction of a car...

    Foreign mural artists make Almaty buildings bright and colourful
    Aug10

    Foreign mural artists make Almaty buildings bright and colourful

    ASTANA – Five artists from the United Kingdom, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Ukraine are creating monumental and decorative art in Almaty as part of International Mural Fest, giving them the chance to splash their inner colours out. Britain’s Fanakapan, known for his works in large cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Berlin, London and...

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