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Section: Middle East

    Moldova votes in showdown between Russia, EU supporters
    Oct30

    Moldova votes in showdown between Russia, EU supporters

    The crisis-hit country of 3.5 million wedged between Ukraine and Romania is the poorest in Europe and has struggled with a string of high-profile corruption scandals which are overshadowing the vote. …read more Source: World...

    Children ‘forget Ukrainian’ as schools drop classes in rebel area
    Oct30

    Children ‘forget Ukrainian’ as schools drop classes in rebel area

    Schools have doubled the number of Russian language and literature classes …read more Source: Gulf...

    Kiev Calls for Closer Cooperation with Tehran in Diverse Fields
    Oct30

    Kiev Calls for Closer Cooperation with Tehran in Diverse Fields

    TEHRAN (Tasnim) – First Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Stepan Kubiv voiced his country’s willingness to boost cooperation with Iran in all spheres, including energy, agriculture and industry. …read more Source: Tasnim News...

    Man renames himself iPhone 7 to win the phone
    Oct30

    Man renames himself iPhone 7 to win the phone

    A Ukrainian man has officially changed his name to iPhone 7 after an electronics store offered the latest Apple product More… …read more Source: Emirates...

    Iran, Ukraine to boost parliamentary ties
    Oct29

    Iran, Ukraine to boost parliamentary ties

    …read more Source: Mehr News...

    Ukraine to facilitate visa issuance for Iranians
    Oct29

    Ukraine to facilitate visa issuance for Iranians

    …read more Source: Mehr News...

    ICC’s toughest trial: Africa vs ‘Infamous Caucasian Court’
    Oct28

    ICC’s toughest trial: Africa vs ‘Infamous Caucasian Court’

    South Africa and Burundi’s decision to quit the International Criminal Court (ICC) and an attack by Gambia against its supposed “Caucasian” justice are likely to embolden other African states to leave the world’s only permanent war crimes tribunal. Although criticising the Hague-based institution for perceived anti-African bias has...

    Ex-Putin aide’s death ruled accidental in US
    Oct28

    Ex-Putin aide’s death ruled accidental in US

    US prosecutors yesterday said the sudden death of a former aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin in a Washington hotel was an accident, and occurred after days of heavy drinking and successive falls. Mikhail Lesin, 57, a former press minister accused of curtailing media freedoms in Putin’s Russia, was found dead at the Dupont Circle...

    6 people, including 3 civilians, killed in east Ukraine clashes
    Oct28

    6 people, including 3 civilians, killed in east Ukraine clashes

    Pro-Russian sources said shelling by the Ukrainian military killed three civilians. …read more Source:...

    Dutch PM says he may agree to revoke support for EU-Ukraine treaty
    Oct28

    Dutch PM says he may agree to revoke support for EU-Ukraine treaty

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Friday said his government may submit a bill revoking his country’s support for the treaty establishing closer ties between the European Union and Ukraine. Rutte has said rejection of the association agreement would be a mistake and would weaken European unity, but that if efforts to find a compromise...

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