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    Yerevan: People “Occupy” Parekamutyun Metro Intersection
    Apr22

    Yerevan: People “Occupy” Parekamutyun Metro Intersection

    Hovsep Muradyan, who drives the #8 minivan route, joined the protesters on foot after leaving the vehicle parked in the middle of Kievyan Street. …read more Source:...

    G7 foreign ministers to discuss Russia, sanctions not on agenda
    Apr22

    G7 foreign ministers to discuss Russia, sanctions not on agenda

    TORONTO: Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven leading industrialized nations will discuss how to maintain pressure on Russia when they meet on Sunday but extra sanctions are not on the agenda, officials said. The ministers, in Toronto for a two-day meeting, will also review recent events in the Korean peninsula, Syria, the Middle East and...

    G7 foreign ministers to discuss Russia, sanctions not on agenda
    Apr22

    G7 foreign ministers to discuss Russia, sanctions not on agenda

    Inspectors from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) at the scene of the nerve agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, in Salisbury, Britain (Reuters pic) TORONTO: Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven leading industrialised nations will discuss how to maintain pressure on Russia when they meet on Sunday...

    Syria War: German minister Heiko Maas urges Russia to cooperate in solving crisis
    Apr22

    Syria War: German minister Heiko Maas urges Russia to cooperate in solving crisis

    German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Saturday urged Russia to help solve the Syria crisis as he set off for a meeting of foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) major industrialised nations in Toronto. The Syrian conflict has badly damaged already strained relations between the West and Russia, which backs President Bashar al-Assad. The...

    German minister urges Russia to cooperate in solving Syria crisis
    Apr22

    German minister urges Russia to cooperate in solving Syria crisis

    BERLIN: German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Saturday urged Russia to help solve the Syria crisis as he set off for a meeting of foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) major industrialised nations in Toronto. The Syrian conflict has badly damaged already strained relations between the West and Russia, which backs President Bashar...

    Trump campaign, Russia sued
    Apr21

    Trump campaign, Russia sued

    WASHINGTON, D.C.: The Democratic Party filed a lawsuit on Friday (Saturday in Manila) alleging that Russia, WikiLeaks and top officials from Donald Trump’s campaign conspired to tilt the 2016 US presidential election in the Republican’s favor. The civil complaint filed in federal court in Manhattan by the Democratic National Committee...

    Watch: Russia’s latest weapons for future ‘new’ cold war
    Apr21

    Watch: Russia’s latest weapons for future ‘new’ cold war

    MOSCOW: Tensions between Moscow and the West have reached their highest point since the end of the Cold War due to the war in Syria, Russian annexation of Crimea, Salisbury attack in the UK and alleged Russian interference in the US Presidential elections of 2016. Analysts in the West have described Russian intervention in the Syrian civil war...

    A cornered Trump
    Apr21

    A cornered Trump

    And a desperate Israel What’s new about America’s attack in Syria, its aftermath and the reaction it has received globally? America has spread its laser-guided democracy and humanitarian missions since long now, so that’s definitely not new. In its self-appointed role of moral policing of the world, America has never cared for...

    Democrats sue Trump campaign, Russia for alleged conspiracy
    Apr21

    Democrats sue Trump campaign, Russia for alleged conspiracy

    WASHINGTON, D.C.: The Democratic Party filed a lawsuit Friday alleging that Russia, WikiLeaks and top officials from Donald Trump’s campaign conspired to tilt the 2016 US presidential election in the Republican’s favor. The civil complaint filed in federal court in Manhattan by the Democratic National Committee alleges that Russia...

    The Economist: Armenia`s unpopular president makes himself prime  minister
    Apr20

    The Economist: Armenia`s unpopular president makes himself prime  minister

    ArmInfo. The Economist writes: “I BELIEVE that one person must not aspire to the reins of power more than twice in a lifetime,” Serzh Sargsyan, then president of Armenia, declared in 2014. But the unpopular Mr Sargsyan, whose second (and final) consecutive term as president expired on April 9th, was just kidding. On April 17th the...

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