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Section: Africa

    Study: West Africa at Risk of Ebola, Similar Epidemics
    Oct12

    Study: West Africa at Risk of Ebola, Similar Epidemics

    West Africa is most at risk of fatal hemorrhagic fever epidemics, including Ebola, researchers said Wednesday, calling for greater preparedness to save lives. A study in The Lancet medical journal assessed the likelihood of four viruses — Ebola, Lassa, Marburg and Crimean-Congo — spreading on the continent, charting progress from a first human...

    Head of Norway’s Delegation Says No Human Rights Violations Found in Crimea
    Oct12

    Head of Norway’s Delegation Says No Human Rights Violations Found in Crimea

    SIMFEROPOL (Sputnik) – The delegation, which included 11 politicians and businessmen from Norway, as well as two German lawmakers, started its week-long visit to Crimea on Thursday. In late September, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Office (OHCHR) released a report, claiming that human rights violations in Crimea had multiplied since...

    Issue of Russia’s Sovereignty Over Crimea is Closed – Crimean Authorities
    Oct11

    Issue of Russia’s Sovereignty Over Crimea is Closed – Crimean Authorities

    SIMFEROPOL (Sputnik) — The issue of Russia’s sovereignty over Crimea cannot be placed into question by other states, the head of Crimean Government’s Committee for Ethnic Relations Zaur Smirnov told Sputnik Tuesday, commenting on proposal by Czech President Milos Zeman regarding the possibility for Moscow to compensate Kiev...

    Russia: Country threatens US media with legal crackdown
    Oct10

    Russia: Country threatens US media with legal crackdown

    Russia on Monday threatened US media operating in the country with new legal restrictions after Kremlin-controlled broadcaster RT complained of persecution by Washington. Russia on Monday threatened US media operating in the country with new legal restrictions after Kremlin-controlled broadcaster RT complained of persecution by Washington.The...

    Russian Lawmakers Question Ukraine’s Report on Voronenkov’s Murder
    Oct10

    Russian Lawmakers Question Ukraine’s Report on Voronenkov’s Murder

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Yuri Lutsenko said on Monday that the investigation concluded that the murder was ordered by Vladimir Tyurin, the former partner of Denis Voronenkov’s widow Maria Maksakova. At the same time, Lutsenko indicated that the killing was planned by the Russian Federal Security Service in...

    Norway’s Delegation Seeking Cooperation With Crimea After Visiting Region
    Oct09

    Norway’s Delegation Seeking Cooperation With Crimea After Visiting Region

    SIMFEROPOL (Sputnik) — A Norwegian delegation has expressed its willingness to cooperate with Crimea and establish friendly relations with the Russian region after paying an official visit to the peninsula, member of the Crimean parliament Yury Gempel told Sputnik on Monday. The delegation comprising 11 Norwegian politicians and businessmen, as...

    23-year-old Student Emerges First-ever Miss Wheelchair World
    Oct08

    23-year-old Student Emerges First-ever Miss Wheelchair World

    Miss Belarus Aleksandra Chichikova (C), winner of the Miss Wheelchair World contest beauty pageant, first runner-up Lebohang Monyatsi from South Africa (R) and second runner-up Adriana Zawadzinska of Poland react after the award in Warsaw. PHOTO: WOJTEK RADWANSKI / AFPA psychology student from Belarus, Aleksandra Chichikova, has won Miss...

    Dalic into Croatian hot seat after Cacic sacked
    Oct07

    Dalic into Croatian hot seat after Cacic sacked

    Zlatko Dalic was named new Croatia coach on Saturday after Ante Cacic was sacked following the team’s 1-1 draw with Finland in a World Cup qualifier. Friday’s draw left Croatia second in Group I of European qualifying for next year’s World Cup in Russia, on 17 points alongside Ukraine, with Iceland in pole on 19. Dalic, who...

    Poroshenko Signs Bill Extending Special Status of Donbass for 1 Year
    Oct07

    Poroshenko Signs Bill Extending Special Status of Donbass for 1 Year

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko signed a bill extending the special status of Donbass region in eastern Ukraine for a year, the presidential press service said in a statement Saturday. “President Petro Poroshenko signed the bill on the creation of the necessary conditions for the peaceful settlement of the situation in the...

    Shenzhen Open: Goffin tastes glory at tournament
    Oct01

    Shenzhen Open: Goffin tastes glory at tournament

    It was seventh time lucky for David Goffin after the Belgian beat Alexandr Dolgopolov over three sets to win the Shenzhen Open on Sunday. It was seventh time lucky for David Goffin after the Belgian beat Alexandr Dolgopolov over three sets to win the Shenzhen Open on Sunday.The world number 12 Goffin tasted defeat in his last six finals, a bitter...

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