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    Iran frees US Navy sailors held in Gulf after incursion
    Jan13

    Iran frees US Navy sailors held in Gulf after incursion

    Media caption”Iran appears keen to avoid a stand-off”, reports Frank GardnerIran has released 10 US sailors held for entering its territorial waters, in an incident that tested newly improved US-Iranian ties. The US expressed its gratitude to Iran for swiftly resolving the issue. The sailors were detained on Tuesday when one of their...

    Bypassing Russia, Ukraine to launch trade route to Kazakhstan
    Jan13

    Bypassing Russia, Ukraine to launch trade route to Kazakhstan

    Moscow’s latest bans on Ukraine include transit restrictions on products to other former Soviet… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine PM advises broadening embargo on Russian goods
    Jan13

    Ukraine PM advises broadening embargo on Russian goods

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Wednesday he recommended the government extend a list of banned Russian goods as part of a retaliatory trade embargo …read more Source: The Daily...

    Protests across Ukraine against Russian cigarettes
    Jan13

    Protests across Ukraine against Russian cigarettes

    ‘We will force Russian businesses not only to feel uncomfortable in Ukraine,but to actually leave… …read more Source:...

    Lebanon awaits winner in regional war: Shias or Sunnis? Iran, Saudi Arabia or Isis? | World news
    Jan13

    Lebanon awaits winner in regional war: Shias or Sunnis? Iran, Saudi Arabia or Isis? | World news

    A doctor specialised in geriatrics tells me he has more and more patients presenting with conditions stemming from anxiety. “It’s somehow worse than the civil war [1975-90],” he says. “In the war, there were clear sides.” “In a war you can see the gunman in front of you, and you can hope for a ceasefire,” says Yasser Akkaoui, who has edited...

    Historic mosque attacked in Crimea
    Jan12

    Historic mosque attacked in Crimea

    Unidentified assailants have desecrated a historic mosque in Crimea …read more Source: World...

    Ancient mosque assaulted in Crimea
    Jan12

    Ancient mosque assaulted in Crimea

    An unidentified assailants have desecrated an ancient mosque in Crimea …read more Source: World...

    Protests launched across Ukraine against Russian cigarettes
    Jan12

    Protests launched across Ukraine against Russian cigarettes

    Hundreds of activists in several Ukrainian cities blockaded on Tuesday the cigarette distribution centers owned by a Russian tycoon with alleged links to ousted pro-Moscow president Viktor Yanukovych …read more Source: The Daily...

    Global Gender Gap Report 2015 – Reports
    Jan12

    Global Gender Gap Report 2015 – Reports

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    Western sanctions severely harming Russia: Putin
    Jan11

    Western sanctions severely harming Russia: Putin

    MOSCOW: President Vladimir Putin acknowledged on Monday in an interview with German daily Bild that Western economic sanctions over the Ukraine crisis are affecting Russia. “Concerning our possibilities on the international financial markets, the sanctions are severely harming Russia,” he said in a long interview, calling the EU sanctions “a...

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