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    Russian NATO ambassador: ‘There is no need for Russia to justify its peaceful intentions’
    Oct26

    Russian NATO ambassador: ‘There is no need for Russia to justify its peaceful intentions’

    With international condemnation for Russia’s bombing campaign in Syria and alleged human rights violations in Crimea, Conflict Zone talked to Russia’s ambassador to NATO, Alexander Grushko, who rejected the criticism. …read more Source:...

    NATO’s Vershbow on alliance troops in Eastern Europe: ‘We had no choice’
    Oct26

    NATO’s Vershbow on alliance troops in Eastern Europe: ‘We had no choice’

    NATO had hoped for cooperation with Russia, but Moscow changed the paradigm by annexing Crimea, the alliance’s Deputy Secretary General, Alexander Vershbow, told DW’s “Nemtsova. Interview” talk show. …read more Source:...

    No sleep for Ukraine officials as corruption reform deadline looms
    Oct26

    No sleep for Ukraine officials as corruption reform deadline looms

    KIEV (Reuters) – As the deadline nears for some 50,000 Ukrainian officials to fill out wealth declaration forms, lawmakers and ministers have vented their frustration at the tedious procedure with a mix of wry jokes and angry outbursts. The post No sleep for Ukraine officials as corruption reform deadline looms appeared first on LIBYA TODAY....

    NATO defence commitment ‘unconditional’: Stoltenberg
    Oct26

    NATO defence commitment ‘unconditional’: Stoltenberg

    Brussels – NATO’s commitment to defend all allies against any threat is “unconditional” and irrespective of whether they pay their dues, alliance head Jens Stoltenberg said Tuesday., Asked his view of remarks by US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump that, should he win, US commitment would depend on members...

    Russia: the uninvited guest in US election
    Oct26

    Russia: the uninvited guest in US election

    Moscow’s arrival on the US election scene first drew attention in late 2015 following Russia’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine. …read more Source: Daily...

    S-RM: New talks on Ukraine bring little hope for peace
    Oct26

    S-RM: New talks on Ukraine bring little hope for peace

    Lack of political will on both sides of the negotiating table continues to undermine efforts to resolve the war in eastern Ukraine. Unless Ukraine, Russia and pro-Russian separatists can reach a compromise, rebel-held territories look set to become another “frozen conflict” zone in the former Soviet Union, writes SAIF ISLAM for S-RM. …read...

    Canada seeks Russia unity
    Oct25

    Canada seeks Russia unity

    Ottawa, Wednesday Despite tensions over conflicts in Syria and Ukraine, Russia and the West have maintained a strong working relationship in the Arctic and Canada’s new Liberal government is looking to further bolster that cooperation. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has continued to press Moscow over its annexation of Crimea and its support...

    Fundi Mkhitaryan, yupo kama hayupo Manchester
    Oct25

    Fundi Mkhitaryan, yupo kama hayupo Manchester

    NA ALLY KAMWE, UNAWEZA kujiuliza swali hili na ukakosa jibu. Jose Mourinho aliwaza nini kuwasajili wachezaji wabunifu kama Paul Pogba na Henrikh Mkhitaryan ikiwa bado ana mipango ya kucheza soka la kujilinda? Pengine msimu huu Manchester United imekusanya kikosi chenye wachezaji wabunifu zaidi lakini jambo la kushangaza ni vipi Mourinho anaanza...

    UPDATE – Egypt’s local news digest Oct. 24: Egypt seeks new markets, boosts security as tourism drops
    Oct24

    UPDATE – Egypt’s local news digest Oct. 24: Egypt seeks new markets, boosts security as tourism drops

    CAIRO: No more browsing from site to site, view the top local news stories on Oct.24 here: Egypt seeks new markets, boosts security as tourism drops (RUTERS): Egypt hopes to encourage tourists from new markets like China, Japan and Ukraine, a year after Russia and Britain suspended flights to the land of the Pyramids, the country’s tourism...

    Time to declare: Ukrainian anti-corruption reform faces threats
    Oct24

    Time to declare: Ukrainian anti-corruption reform faces threats

    KIEV (Reuters) – The prime minister urged his cabinet colleagues to be brave enough to do it, saying it was like shutting one’s eyes before parachuting out of a plane. The post Time to declare: Ukrainian anti-corruption reform faces threats appeared first on LIBYA TODAY. …read more Source: Libya...

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