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    Crimean couple names newborn son ‘Bitcoin’
    Dec21

    Crimean couple names newborn son ‘Bitcoin’

    A couple from Crimea named their newborn son “Bitcoin” after the world’s most famous and expensive cryptocurrency, media reported Wednesday. The boy’s father Oleg explained that he owed his financial…Click To Continue …read more Source: Daily...

    Swiss government lifts freeze on Egyptian assets, keeps Tunisian, Ukrainian assets
    Dec21

    Swiss government lifts freeze on Egyptian assets, keeps Tunisian, Ukrainian assets

    The Swiss Federal Council announced that it will end the freeze on the remaining $436m of frozen Egyptian assets, in a press statement on Wednesday. However, they extended the freeze on both Tunisian and Ukrainian assets. The Swiss Federal Council had frozen both Egyptian and Tunisian assets in the wake of the 2011 Arab spring uprisings and...

    Pakistan defence spending to reach $11.1b
    Dec19

    Pakistan defence spending to reach $11.1b

    LONDON: With global defence expenditure is set to increase again in 2018 to its highest level since the end of the Cold War, Pakistan’s defence spending to reach $11.1billion in 2017, according to the annual Jane’s Defence Budgets Report released by IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and...

    Can Europe sustain the Macron moment?
    Dec16

    Can Europe sustain the Macron moment?

    At the start of 2017, many feared that the European project would experience a near-breakdown within the next year. The United Kingdom had decided to leave the European Union, the United States had elected a president who cheered the Brexiteers on, and populists running in the French and German elections posed a clear danger to European...

    Canada authorizes sale of lethal weapons to Ukraine
    Dec16

    Canada authorizes sale of lethal weapons to Ukraine

    Canada has authorized arms shipment to Ukraine. Kiev has welcomed the decision as a timely sign of support. …read more Source:...

    Russia regrets EU decision to prolong sanctions
    Dec15

    Russia regrets EU decision to prolong sanctions

    Russia has regretted a decision by the European Union to renew economic sanctions on Moscow over the crisis in Ukraine, the Kremlin says. …read more Source: Iran...

    Putin says Russians do not want Ukraine-style ‘coup’
    Dec14

    Putin says Russians do not want Ukraine-style ‘coup’

    …read more Source: Al-Manar TV

    Canada gives green light for arms sales to Ukraine
    Dec14

    Canada gives green light for arms sales to Ukraine

    Ukraine hopes approval will influence US to follow suit …read more Source: Anadolu...

    HEC Paris honours class of 2017 at graduation ceremony
    Dec10

    HEC Paris honours class of 2017 at graduation ceremony

    HEC Paris has honoured the HEC Paris Executive MBA (EMBA) and Specialised Master in Strategic Business Unit Management (SBUM) graduating classes of 2017 during a ceremony in Doha. This year’s graduating class is the largest since HEC Paris’ inception in Qatar, a “testament to the quality and impact of its programmes”, it said in a...

    Fresh fighting kills five in Ukraine
    Dec10

    Fresh fighting kills five in Ukraine

    Kiev: The latest spike of fighting between Ukraine’s army and Russian-backed rebels has killed five people, in the heaviest daily toll over the past weeks of the simmering conflict, officials said pm Saturday. The Ukrainian military reported the death of four soldiers in clashes in the area north of the insurgents’ de facto capital of...

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