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    Dutch Journalists Slam MH17 Probe Results: Many Pieces Still at Crash Site
    Jan10

    Dutch Journalists Slam MH17 Probe Results: Many Pieces Still at Crash Site

    Two Dutch journalists slammed MH17 investigation, saying that many pieces were still at the site where the Malaysian plane crashed in eastern Ukraine. Just days ago, Michel Spekkers and Stefan Beck returned to Holland from eastern Ukraine where the two journalists had been gathering first-hand knowledge of the locals’ attitudes towards...

    Russia ‘tired’ of US hacking claims
    Jan09

    Russia ‘tired’ of US hacking claims

    The Kremlin has branded a hacking report by US intelligence baseless and amateurish, saying that Moscow is growing tired of denying claims the Russian government meddled in the US election. “These are baseless allegations substantiated with nothing, done on a rather amateurish, emotional level that is hardly worthy of professional work of truly...

    Europe misses out on global LNG surge as Russian gas pumps at record rate
    Jan09

    Europe misses out on global LNG surge as Russian gas pumps at record rate

    Russia looks set to grab more market share in Europe’s natural gas sector in the first half of this year after gaining ground in 2016 despite EU efforts to diversify away from Moscow’s energy exports and a global glut of liquefied natural gas.With the United States finally breaking the seal on LNG exports last year, analysts envisaged...

    Dutch police seizes MH17 debris from reporter
    Jan09

    Dutch police seizes MH17 debris from reporter

    Dutch police has seized from a journalist, several items that he found at the crash site of flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine, including possible human remains, prosecutors said on Sunday. …read more Source: Muscat...

    Dimitrov stuns Nishikori, bags Brisbane trophy
    Jan08

    Dimitrov stuns Nishikori, bags Brisbane trophy

    BRISBANE — Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov won his first title in over two years when he upset world No. 5 Kei Nishikori in three sets to win the Brisbane International Tennis Tournament Sunday. In an enthralling final between two evenly matched opponents, Dimitrov claimed the Roy Emerson Trophy 6-2, 2-6, 6-3, his fourth singles title on the ATP...

    Kuznetsova opens defence with win, seeds withdraw
    Jan08

    Kuznetsova opens defence with win, seeds withdraw

    Svetlana Kuznetsova opened the defence of her Sydney International title with a comfortable 6-1, 6-4 victory over Irina-Camelia Begu yesterday as the Australian Open warm-up event suffered a pair of big-name withdrawals. The Russian fifth seed started strongly by winning 10 of the first 11 games and after her Romanian opponent rallied in the...

    MH17 crash debris seized from Dutch journalist
    Jan08

    MH17 crash debris seized from Dutch journalist

    THE HAGUE: Dutch police have taken from a journalist items, including possible human remains, which he found at the crash site of flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine, prosecutors said on Sunday. Freelancer Michel Spekkers was met by police as he returned to Schiphol airport late on Saturday after visiting the region and writing an article about his...

    Dutch police seize MH17 crash debris from reporter
    Jan08

    Dutch police seize MH17 crash debris from reporter

    Dutch police have taken from a journalist items, including possible human remains, which he found at the crash site of flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine, prosecutors said Sunday …read more Source: The Daily...

    Turkey’s tourism reels under terrorist attacks
    Jan07

    Turkey’s tourism reels under terrorist attacks

    ISTANBUL — The once bustling Grand Bazaar in Istanbul is astonishingly quiet. The shops and restaurants in the city’s trendy Istiklal Street are all but empty of foreign customers and the hotels in the upscale Nisantasi district are nearly deserted. Turkey’s economy is suffering in the face of a string of extremist attacks — including...

    Russian tourists in UAE increasing
    Jan07

    Russian tourists in UAE increasing

    The UAE has recently recorded an increasing number of Russian tourists after a strengthening in the value of the Russian ruble. Emirati news outlet the National reported yesterday that Dubai hotels have seen a significant increase in the number of Russian tourists in recent months. A spokeswoman at Rixos the Palm hotel said that almost 45 per...

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