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    Legalizing Marriage to Afghans | Financial Tribune Daily
    Feb02

    Legalizing Marriage to Afghans | Financial Tribune Daily

    The Iranian Embassy in Kabul has announced that its consulates in Afghanistan would register the marriages of Iranian women with Afghan men.In a statement, the embassy asked Afghans married to Iranian women, to register their marriages at the Iranian consulates in Herat, Kandahar, Jalalabad and Mazar-e-Sharif, IRNA reported.Iranian women married...

    Kiev Refutes Media Report on Ukraine’s Troop Deployment in Syria
    Feb02

    Kiev Refutes Media Report on Ukraine’s Troop Deployment in Syria

    TEHRAN (FNA)- Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry dismissed a report published by The Independent newspaper in London on alleged plans by Kiev to join the fight against the ISIL terrorist group in Syria, the ministry’s Ambassador at Large, Dmitry Kuleba, said on Monday. …read more Source: Fars News...

    Russia aims to destabilize Ukraine, Poroshenko says
    Feb01

    Russia aims to destabilize Ukraine, Poroshenko says

    Petro Poroshenko says fighting has not abated, weapons still crossing border …read more Source: Anadolu...

    German-Russian ties feel Cold War-style chill over rape case
    Feb01

    German-Russian ties feel Cold War-style chill over rape case

    By Andreas Rinke and Paul Carrel Moscow’s intervention in an alleged rape case involving a German-Russian girl has heightened suspicions in Berlin that it is trying to stir up trouble, with a view to weakening Chancellor Angela Merkel. The case of the 13-year-old, named only as Lisa F., became the focus of political intrigue after she told...

    Sanctions against Russia Must Remain, Ukraine’s Poroshenko Says
    Feb01

    Sanctions against Russia Must Remain, Ukraine’s Poroshenko Says

    Sanctions against Russia Must Remain, Ukraine’s Poroshenko Says Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko pressed the West, on Monday, to preserve sanctions against Russia over its support to militants in the east of the country. At a joint news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, Poroshenko said that “sanctions against...

    Battle to honor slain Putin critic Nemtsov unfolds beneath Kremlin towers
    Feb01

    Battle to honor slain Putin critic Nemtsov unfolds beneath Kremlin towers

    As the Kremlin clock inched toward midnight and the ice-bound river beneath their feet melted, a group of Russians silently stood on the bridge where Boris Nemtsov, the Putin critic and opposition leader, was killed nearly a year ago. “This is about remembering,” Boris Kazadayev, 73, part of the small crowd, told Reuters. “If...

    China’s road to the Middle East
    Feb01

    China’s road to the Middle East

    Comment: The New Silk Road will bypass the Suez Canal, and could change the nature of geopolitics in the region, notes Vijay Prashad. China’s President Xi Jinping has been on a tour of the Middle East, straddling the politics of the region – a stop in Saudi Arabia was balanced by a stop in Iran. Xi’s most dramatic statements...

    Wanted: a grand bargain to rescue EU from “polycrisis”
    Jan31

    Wanted: a grand bargain to rescue EU from “polycrisis”

    By Paul Taylor The European Union needs an ambitious grand bargain at its next summit to rescue itself from an accumulation of crises that threaten to blow apart its model of integration. Like children at a birthday party, each leader has to get a going-home present. And as with many children’s parties, there may be a tantrum along the way....

    Ukraine reports first military casualties in 3 weeks
    Jan31

    Ukraine reports first military casualties in 3 weeks

    Two Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the country’s war-torn east where government forces are seeking to put down a pro-Russian insurgency, the first reported casualties in nearly three weeks, Ukraine’s military said Sunday”Over the last day, as a result of clashes one Ukrainian soldier was killed and another three were...

    Historian Timothy Snyder presents a provocative, new take on the Holocaust | Hollywood Jew
    Jan31

    Historian Timothy Snyder presents a provocative, new take on the Holocaust | Hollywood Jew

    In his latest book, “Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning,” Timothy Snyder explores what made mass extermination possible Yale historian Timothy Snyder is among the world’s leading scholars of Eastern Europe. Educated at Oxford, he is the author of five award-winning books, including the acclaimed “Bloodlands: Europe Between...

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