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    Turkey, Ukraine begin passport-free travel
    Jun01

    Turkey, Ukraine begin passport-free travel

    Kiev’s ambassador in Ankara says both countries will benefit from deal, where citizens only need to show national ID cards …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Sri Lankan in ‘bomb’ drama just released from psychiatric care
    Jun01

    Sri Lankan in ‘bomb’ drama just released from psychiatric care

    A Sri Lankan man who tried to enter an airline cockpit with what he said was a bomb, before terrified passengers managed to overpower him, had just been released from psychiatric care when he boarded the plane, Australian police said Thursday. Those on board the Malaysian Airlines flight from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur said they feared for their...

    Dutch senators approve ratification of EU-Ukraine pact
    Jun01

    Dutch senators approve ratification of EU-Ukraine pact

    Ukraine is poised to improve ties with Western Europe. …read more Source:...

    IAAF rejects 28 Russians, approves 3
    Jun01

    IAAF rejects 28 Russians, approves 3

    MOSCOW — The IAAF rejected bids from 28 Russians to compete as neutral athletes Wednesday and approved only three. Russia was banned from all international track and field competition in 2015 amid allegations of widespread Doping and a cover-up orchestrated by government officials. Former European javelin champion Vera Rebrik, who competed for...

    Ushakov: Putin to hold a number of international meetings on sidelines of SPIEF discussing crisis in Syria
    May31

    Ushakov: Putin to hold a number of international meetings on sidelines of SPIEF discussing crisis in Syria

    Ushakov: Putin to hold a number of international meetings on sidelines of SPIEF discussing crisis in Syria Moscow, SANA – Assistant of the Russian President Yuri Ushakov announced that President Vladimir Putin will hold a number of international meetings in St. Petersburg city, including a meeting with the UN Secretary-General António Guterres on...

    Muguruza survives scare as Nadal, Djokovic march on
    May31

    Muguruza survives scare as Nadal, Djokovic march on

    French Open title rivals Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic stormed into the last 32 yesterday, while women’s defending champion Garbine Muguruza survived a second-round scare.Nadal outclassed Dutchman Robin Haase 6-1, 6-4, 6-3 in one hour and 49 minutes on Court Philippe Chatrier to continue his quest for an incredible 10th Roland Garros...

    ‘Russian firms line up for Moscow listings’
    May30

    ‘Russian firms line up for Moscow listings’

    Seven big Russian companies are in advanced talks with the Moscow Exchange about listing their shares, the exchange’s CEO says, highlighting corporate Russia’s preference for listing at home amid sanctions and a standoff with the West.Russian companies previously flocked to the likes of the London and New York bourses to bolster their...

    Macron, Putin hold ‘frank’ talks on Syria, Ukraine
    May30

    Macron, Putin hold ‘frank’ talks on Syria, Ukraine

    France’s President Emmanuel Macron and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin sought to improve their countries’ strained ties Monday during talks at Versailles palace the French leader described as “extremely frank.” …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    McCain Says Putin ‘Bigger Threat’ than ISIL
    May30

    McCain Says Putin ‘Bigger Threat’ than ISIL

    Veteran US Senator John McCain said that Russian President Vladimir Putin is a bigger threat to world security than ISIL Takfiri group. “I think he (Putin) is the premier and most important threat, more so than ISIL,” McCain chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation late Monday. “I think ISIS...

    Putin in bigger threat than Daesh, warns US senator 
    May30

    Putin in bigger threat than Daesh, warns US senator 

    Russian President Vladimir Putin is a bigger threat to the world security than Daesh, the US senator, John McCain, has warned. Speaking in an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC News), on the back of his official tour of Australia, McCain said that Putin was “the premier and most important threat, more so than Isis...

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