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Section: Gulf News (United Arab Emirates)

    Pro-Russia rebel commander ‘Motorola’ killed in Ukraine bombing
    Oct17

    Pro-Russia rebel commander ‘Motorola’ killed in Ukraine bombing

    It was the latest in a string of assassinations of insurgent commanders …read more Source: Gulf...

    EU mulls more Syria sanctions as political efforts falter
    Oct17

    EU mulls more Syria sanctions as political efforts falter

    No EU country has raised the idea of imposing sanctions on Russia, despite its support for President Bashar Al Assad …read more Source: Gulf...

    20 Serbs arrested over Montenegro vote ‘attack plans’
    Oct17

    20 Serbs arrested over Montenegro vote ‘attack plans’

    Montenegro said it had arrested 20 Serbs for planning to carry out attacks after voting ended in the Balkan nation’s tense parliamentary elections yesterday. The pro-Russian opposition – which opposes plans to anchor Montenegro in Nato – slammed the announcement of the arrests as propaganda, while Serbia sardonically questioned its timing....

    Global court warns govt over extra-judicial killings
    Oct15

    Global court warns govt over extra-judicial killings

    The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has issued a warning to the Philippine government over alleged extra-judicial killings, saying officials’ incitement of mass killings could be prosecuted before the court in The Hague.Malacanang reacted swiftly to the statement, saying the alleged extra-judicial killings linked...

    Modi, Putin set to sign energy deals ahead of BRICS
    Oct15

    Modi, Putin set to sign energy deals ahead of BRICS

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin are set to sign lucrative energy and defence deals Saturday, aimed at shoring up economic ties between the long-time allies. Putin was greeted with a military band and traditional dancers after arriving in the Indian tourism state of Goa for talks with Modi ahead of a BRICS...

    Former heavyweight champion Fury’s licence suspended
    Oct13

    Former heavyweight champion Fury’s licence suspended

    London: Former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury’s licence to box has been suspended by the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC), the national governing body announced yesterday. The decision came after the troubled British boxer, who has admitted taking cocaine to deal with depression, vacated his World Boxing Organization (WBO)...

    Warplanes hit Aleppo ahead of new diplomatic push
    Oct13

    Warplanes hit Aleppo ahead of new diplomatic push

    Russian and Syrian warplanes pounded Aleppo again on Thursday after two days of heavy bombardment that killed more than 70 civilians, as world powers prepared for last-ditch weekend talks on a ceasefire. Syria has been plunged into some of the worst violence of its five-year war after the collapse of a hard-won truce brokered by Washington and...

    G7 sets common cyber-safety guidelines for financial sector
    Oct12

    G7 sets common cyber-safety guidelines for financial sector

    The Group of Seven industrial powers yesterday said they had agreed on guidelines for protecting the global financial sector from cyber attacks following a series of cross-border bank thefts by hackers. Policymakers have grown more worried about financial cyber security in the wake of numerous hacks of SWIFT, the global financial messaging...

    Duterte plans visit to China, criticises ‘arrogant’ US
    Oct11

    Duterte plans visit to China, criticises ‘arrogant’ US

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said yesterday he would soon visit China and hoped also to travel to Russia, as he again criticised longtime ally the United States for “arrogance”.The mission to China will be Duterte’s first outside of Southeast Asia since assuming the presidency on June 30, in a symbolic move highlighting the...

    Immobile strike rescues Italy as Spain cruise
    Oct10

    Immobile strike rescues Italy as Spain cruise

    Lazio striker Ciro Immobile grabbed an injury-time winner as four-time champions Italy snatched a 3-2 comeback win at Macedonia on Sunday, narrowly avoiding a World Cup qualifying embarrassment. Italy, who had needed a late penalty to salvage a point against Group G rivals Spain on Thursday, were staring at a shock defeat in Skopje against a...

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