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Section: Middle East

    Exxon Mobil requests sanctions waiver for Russia projects
    Apr20

    Exxon Mobil requests sanctions waiver for Russia projects

    The Texas-based oil giant has projects lined up in the Black Sea alongside Russian state-owned Rosneft. A previous partnership in 2014 was broken over Russia’s annexation of Crimea and ensuing Western sanctions.American oil giant Exxon Mobil is seeking the green light from President Trump’s administration in order to resume drilling...

    Russian tourists will not return to Sharm El-Sheikh before 2018: Hisham Ali
    Apr20

    Russian tourists will not return to Sharm El-Sheikh before 2018: Hisham Ali

    The head of the Tourism Investors Association in South Sinai, Hisham Ali, does not see a glimmer of hope that indicates the return of Russian and English tourists to Sharm El-Sheikh before mid-2018. He said that the Egyptian government has exerted great efforts to review the security at various Egyptian airports in order to resume Russian flights...

    UK’s Jones first two-peat champion of Dubai Open Chess
    Apr20

    UK’s Jones first two-peat champion of Dubai Open Chess

    UAE’s Saeed Ishaq scores second international master norm Dubai – Defending champion Grandmaster (GM) Gawain Jones of the UK became the first person to win a second title in the Dubai Open Chess Tournament–Sheikh Rashid Bin Hamdan Al Maktoum Cup after winning one of the more hotly contested editions of the region’s longest-running...

    Trump’s North Korea dilemma
    Apr20

    Trump’s North Korea dilemma

    In the wake of the Tomahawk cruise missile strikes on a Syrian airbase and after dropping a 2,100-pound “Mother of all Bombs” – MOAB – in Afghanistan, North Korea had threatened to test another nuclear weapon, her sixth test. In reaction, senior U.S. intelligence officials told the media that the U.S. is prepared to launch a preemptive strike...

    Worsening humanitarian crisis in Ukraine’s restive east
    Apr20

    Worsening humanitarian crisis in Ukraine’s restive east

    The situation in Ukraine’s volatile east has deteriorated since the biggest humanitarian organization in the region stopped its activities there. …read more Source:...

    UN court rejects Ukraine’s case against Russia
    Apr20

    UN court rejects Ukraine’s case against Russia

    International Court of Justice says allegations of terror funding in Donbass ‘limited in scope’ …read more Source: World...

    UN court rejects Ukraine’s case against Russia
    Apr20

    UN court rejects Ukraine’s case against Russia

    International Court of Justice says allegations of terror funding in Donbass ‘limited in scope’ …read more Source: Anadolu...

    UN court rejects Ukraine’s plea for verdict against Russia
    Apr19

    UN court rejects Ukraine’s plea for verdict against Russia

    The top court in the United Nations has refused to issue a verdict against Russia as demanded by Ukraine over the situation in the east of the country. …read more Source: Iran...

    UN court rejects Ukraine’s plea for verdict against Russia
    Apr19

    UN court rejects Ukraine’s plea for verdict against Russia

    The International Court of Justice rejects call from Ukraine to issue a verdict against Russia. …read more Source:...

    Cargo ship with 12 crew sinks in Black Sea
    Apr19

    Cargo ship with 12 crew sinks in Black Sea

    A cargo vessel with 12 crew members aboard sank on Wednesday morning off Russia’s Black Sea coast, authorities said as they searched for some of the seamen who are still missing. The cargo ship — which was transporting grain from Russia’s southern Rostov region to Turkey — went missing from radars in the Kerch Strait,...

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