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    Coffee drinking linked to lower risk of death
    Jul12

    Coffee drinking linked to lower risk of death

    A coffee machine pours coffee into a paper cup in Kiev March 1, 2012. Gleb Garanich / Reuters (Reuters Health) – People who drink the most coffee are less likely to die than those who drink the least or none, according to two new studies that followed nearly three quarters of a million people for about 16 years. The results don’t...

    Beeline: VEON employees from seven countries participate in the  Digithon final on Lake Sevan
    Jul11

    Beeline: VEON employees from seven countries participate in the  Digithon final on Lake Sevan

    ArmInfo. July 11 on the shores of Lake Sevan, the annual Eurasian Digithon company VEON Eurasia began. As the press service of Beeline told ArmInfo, within a week VEON employees from Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine will compete in international and multi-functional teams. According to the source,...

    Contingency plan designed to deal with rising Congo fever cases
    Jul11

    Contingency plan designed to deal with rising Congo fever cases

    ISLAMABAD: In the wake of recent surge in Crimean Congo Haemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) cases, a contingency plan has been designed for prevention and control of the disease, especially during Eid-ul-Azha because of exposure to tick infected animals and their massive movement. An important meeting was held comprising representatives of the National...

    3 tigers resettled in France after Lebanon rescue
    Jul11

    3 tigers resettled in France after Lebanon rescue

    AFP / by Maya Gebeily | One of three Siberian tigers to be resettled in France growls in a cage at a centre of the Animals Lebanon NGO on June 10, 2017, before they are flown to their new sanctuary -AFP photo EIRUT: Three Siberian tigers rescued in Lebanon from an attempt to smuggle them into war-ravaged Syria were being resettled to France on...

    EU Council adopts EU-Ukraine association agreement
    Jul11

    EU Council adopts EU-Ukraine association agreement

    …read more Source: NEWS.am

    EU official to Moldova: Reform first, then apply to join
    Jul11

    EU official to Moldova: Reform first, then apply to join

    BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) ” A senior European official is urging Moldova to implement reforms so it can formally request European Union membership.The Moldovan, Georgian and Ukrainian parliament speakers wrote to the European Parliament… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Germany’s Siemens says Russia sent turbines to Crimea
    Jul11

    Germany’s Siemens says Russia sent turbines to Crimea

    BERLIN (AP) ” Germany’s Siemens AG says at least two gas turbines delivered to Russia were re-routed to Crimea, in violation both of European sanctions and a contract with the company.Siemens told the dpa news agency Monday the… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Berlin worries Trump’s Russia problems hampering policy
    Jul11

    Berlin worries Trump’s Russia problems hampering policy

    BERLIN – Germany welcomes signs the United States is engaging with Russia on Ukraine and Syria, but worries it will struggle to play a constructive role as long as its policy aims remain confused and the furor rages on over Moscow’s role in the U.S. election,… …read more Source:...

    OSCE member states, including Russia, reach deal to fill vacant posts
    Jul11

    OSCE member states, including Russia, reach deal to fill vacant posts

    VIENNA – Members of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), which monitors the conflict in eastern Ukraine, overcame months of deadlock on Tuesday on filling top posts, its chairman said, praising Russia’s “constructive” role. … …read more Source:...

    Berlin worries Trump's Russia problems hampering policy
    Jul11

    Berlin worries Trump's Russia problems hampering policy

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany welcomes signs the United States is engaging with Russia on Ukraine and Syria, but worries it will struggle to play a constructive role as long as its policy aims remain confused and the furore rages on over Moscow’s role in the U.S. election, a senior German official said. …read more Source: The...

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