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Section: Middle East

    US suspends contacts with Russia on Syria, as Russia suspends plutonium treaty
    Oct03

    US suspends contacts with Russia on Syria, as Russia suspends plutonium treaty

    Faced with a truce in Syria that never truly took hold, the US suspends talks with Russia regarding the deal; Russia also decides to air out its grievances against the US, suspending their plutonium disarmament treaty over disputes regarding Syria and Ukraine. …read more Source: Yedioth...

    Russia’s Putin suspends plutonium cleanup accord with US because of ‘unfriendly’ acts
    Oct03

    Russia’s Putin suspends plutonium cleanup accord with US because of ‘unfriendly’ acts

    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday suspended an agreement with the United States for disposal of weapons-grade plutonium because of “unfriendly” acts by Washington, the Kremlin said. A Kremlin spokesman said Putin had signed a decree suspending the 2010 agreement under which each side committed to destroy tonnes of weapons-grade material...

    Turkey blasts Russia’s continued ban on Crimean Mejlis
    Oct03

    Turkey blasts Russia’s continued ban on Crimean Mejlis

    Turkey will keep supporting Crimean Tatars in the face of ‘suppression,’ Foreign Ministry says …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Turkey blasts Russia’s continued ban on Crimean Mejlis
    Oct03

    Turkey blasts Russia’s continued ban on Crimean Mejlis

    Turkey will keep supporting Crimean Tatars in the face of ‘suppression,’ Foreign Ministry says …read more Source: World...

    IMF asks Ukraine for concrete results in corruption fight
    Oct03

    IMF asks Ukraine for concrete results in corruption fight

    esistance to reform from vested interests will derail Ukraine’s economic recovery and bailout program from the International Monetary Fund unless those in power take clear steps to fight corruption, the Fund said Monday. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Foreign Ministry expresses regret over Russian ban of Crimean Parliament
    Oct03

    Foreign Ministry expresses regret over Russian ban of Crimean Parliament

    The Turkish Foreign Ministry expressed “regret” over the Russian High Court’s approval of a ban on the activities of the Crimean Tatar Parliament on Oct. 3 …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Russia arrests Ukrainian journalist for alleged spying
    Oct03

    Russia arrests Ukrainian journalist for alleged spying

    Russian intelligence agency FSB says Roman Suschenko was Ukrainian military officer spying on Russian forces. …read more Source: AL...

    Project tackles pollution on Ukraine shores of Black Sea
    Oct03

    Project tackles pollution on Ukraine shores of Black Sea

    A group of volunteers and scientists are carrying out a project to tackle plastic pollution at the Ukrainian shores of the Black Sea. …read more Source:...

    Russia oil output jumps 4% in September to a new record
    Oct02

    Russia oil output jumps 4% in September to a new record

    Russian oil output jumped by almost 4% in September from the previous month to 11.11mn barrels per day (mbp), a new post-Soviet record-high, as companies ramped up drilling amid improved oil prices, Energy Ministry data showed yesterday. The oil output rose amid the talks between the leading global producers, including Russia, to curb production...

    MH17 crash suspects to be confirmed by 2017: Australia
    Oct02

    MH17 crash suspects to be confirmed by 2017: Australia

    The names of people being investigated for playing “an active role” in the downing of flight MH17 will be confirmed by early 2017, Australia’s foreign minister said on Sunday as she raised the prospect of a Lockerbie-style prosecution. Australia is part of the Dutch-led criminal inquiry into the crash of the Malaysia Airlines...

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