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    4 die as French army-chartered plane crashes off Ivory Coast
    Oct14

    4 die as French army-chartered plane crashes off Ivory Coast

    Rescue workers have removed two bodies from the plane while a further two could be seen in the wreckage, the agency says. Other reports suggest that several members of the crew survived. Photo: Reuters ABIDJAN: Four Moldovan nationals were killed on Saturday when a transport plane chartered by the French army crashed off Ivory Coast, firefighters...

    Millions of People in Ukraine Are in Desperate Straits as Winter Approaches
    Oct14

    Millions of People in Ukraine Are in Desperate Straits as Winter Approaches

    The United Nations warns some 4 million people across Ukraine are facing a desperate situation as winter approaches and are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance to survive the bitterly cold months ahead. Ukraine is into its fourth year of war, a war that the United Nations estimates has killed about 10,000 people and injured more than 23,500...

    Azerbaijani opposition journalist detained in Kiev at Baku's request
    Oct14

    Azerbaijani opposition journalist detained in Kiev at Baku's request

    Huseynli has already obtained Dutch citizenship and cooperates with the broadcasting television channel Turan TV from abroad. …read more Source:...

    Journalists from Eurasian countries tour China ahead of 19th congress
    Oct14

    Journalists from Eurasian countries tour China ahead of 19th congress

    Chengdu, Oct. 13, 2017 /Kabar/. The press center of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China organized a tour for journalists of Eurasian countries ahead of the congress. According to data of the representative of the department for foreign journalists of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, some 98 journalists arrived in Beijing to...

    Activist threatened for opposing Ukraine city’s honoring of Nazi SS officer
    Oct14

    Activist threatened for opposing Ukraine city’s honoring of Nazi SS officer

    A street was named for Dmytro Paliiv, a commander of the Galician SS division, a German-led unit comprising Ukrainian volunteers The post Activist threatened for opposing Ukraine city’s honoring of Nazi SS officer appeared first on The Times of Israel. …read more Source: The Times of...

    Hovhannes Igityan: Armenia looks back at Moscow too often
    Oct14

    Hovhannes Igityan: Armenia looks back at Moscow too often

    The international expert, ex-chairman of the parliamentary commission on external relations Hovhannes Igityan in an interview with ArmInfo discusses the latest initiatives and processes in the negotiation process around Artsakh. It presents real preferences for Armenia’s access to the European market, shares his opinion on the causes of...

    Activist threatened for opposing Ukraine city’s honoring of Nazi officer
    Oct14

    Activist threatened for opposing Ukraine city’s honoring of Nazi officer

    One of the threats made against Voroniak was on Facebook, where a user wrote to him: “Be afraid of your own shadow. Death to the enemies,” the news site reported. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Ukraine’s Education Law Specifically Targets Russian Language – Russian Senator
    Oct14

    Ukraine’s Education Law Specifically Targets Russian Language – Russian Senator

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Ukraine’s recently adopted education language law was initially aimed at violating the rights of the Russian-speaking minority, which is confirmed by the fact that EU member states’ languages have seen significant concessions, the chairman of the Russian parliament’s upper house’s Foreign Affairs...

    EU: US has no right to terminate Iran accord
    Oct13

    EU: US has no right to terminate Iran accord

    The EU’s foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, said Friday that the United States had no right to unilaterally terminate the Iran nuclear accord. She called the agreement “effective” and said there had been “no violations of any of the commitments” in the deal. At a news conference at the European Commission’s Brussels...

    Is There a Crisis of Liberal Democracy?
    Oct13

    Is There a Crisis of Liberal Democracy?

    For two decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, democracy enjoyed unprecedented global preeminence. In Europe and Asia, the most successful web of alliances in history, led by the United States, bonded the world’s liberal democracies, not only through common interests, but through deeply shared values as well. As a result, when the...