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    US, Britain Considering Sanctions on Russia, Syria over Aleppo
    Oct16

    US, Britain Considering Sanctions on Russia, Syria over Aleppo

    U.S. Secretary John Kerry says the U.S. and Britain are considering new sanctions on Russia and Syria over their continued military strikes in the city of Aleppo. Kerry spoke after more talks on Syria in London Sunday with European allies. He said a meeting Saturday in Switzerland with his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, and several Middle...

    Serbs arrested for Montenegro vote ‘attack plans’
    Oct16

    Serbs arrested for Montenegro vote ‘attack plans’

    Montenegro police said they had arrested 20 Serbs for allegedly planning to carry out attacks after voting closes in parliamentary elections © AFP/File / STRPodgorica, Montenegro, Oct 16 – Montenegro said it had arrested 20 Serbs for planning to carry out attacks after voting wraps up in the Balkan nation’s tense parliamentary elections on...

    How Mike Flynn Became America’s Angriest General
    Oct16

    How Mike Flynn Became America’s Angriest General

    On August 7, 2014, clusters of well-dressed men and women filed into the gleaming metal and glass superstructure of the Defense Intelligence Agency at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, just across the river from Ronald Reagan National Airport, for the retirement ceremony of Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn, the agency’s director. Among those...

    Joshua na Klitschko wakubaliana kuzipiga
    Oct16

    Joshua na Klitschko wakubaliana kuzipiga

    Bondia wa Uingereza Anthony Joshua na bondia wa Ukraine Wladmir Klitschko wamekubali kupigana huku tangazo la pigano hilo likitarajiwa kufanywa katika siku chache zijaz …read more Source:...

    Russia’s Putin says progress needed before Berlin meeting on Ukraine
    Oct16

    Russia’s Putin says progress needed before Berlin meeting on Ukraine

    GOA, India – A planned round of talks between Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany in Berlin on the Ukrainian peace process will be possible only if experts make progress in dialogue, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday…. …read more Source:...

    Russia’s Putin says progress needed before Berlin meeting on Ukraine
    Oct16

    Russia’s Putin says progress needed before Berlin meeting on Ukraine

    GOA, India (Reuters) – A planned round of talks between Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany in Berlin on the Ukrainian peace process will be possible only if experts make progress in dialogue, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday. …read more Source:...

    Watch: Israeli flag ripped from Israeli restaurant in Kiev
    Oct16

    Watch: Israeli flag ripped from Israeli restaurant in Kiev

    A group of youngsters were filmed on CCTV ripping down and taking an Israeli flag from above a newly-opened restaurant in Kiev; restaurant owner vows to never ‘surrender to acts of anti-Semitism.’ …read more Source: Yedioth...

    Montenegro votes as veteran PM warns of anti-NATO threat
    Oct16

    Montenegro votes as veteran PM warns of anti-NATO threat

    Supporters of Montenegro Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic gather for an election rally in Podgorica, on October 14, 2016 © AFP/File / Savo PrelevicPodgorica, Montenegro, Oct 16 – Montenegro began voting in parliamentary elections Sunday with opposition groups hoping to end the quarter-century rule of pro-Western premier Milo Djukanovic, who warns...

    Germany’s Angela Merkel ready to confront Russia over Syrian war
    Oct16

    Germany’s Angela Merkel ready to confront Russia over Syrian war

    Angela Merkel wants to get other European Union member countries to agree to step up sanctions against Russia because of its role in the war in Syria, a German newspaper cited sources close to the German chancellor as saying. The issue of sanctions is due to be discussed at an EU summit on Thursday and Friday. Both the EU and the US have already...

    Diplomats forge new track to end Syria violence but no truce
    Oct16

    Diplomats forge new track to end Syria violence but no truce

    LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — New ideas proposed, more talks prepared and no quick resolution in sight for Syria’s agony. A U.S.-hosted meeting of major world and regional powers made only piecemeal headway on creating a new, multilateral track for ending the beleaguered country’s grinding war. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry...