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    Russians Detain Five On Terror Charges In Crimea
    Oct12

    Russians Detain Five On Terror Charges In Crimea

    Crimean Tatars posted video on Facebook showing Russian police conducting house searches in Simferopol on October 12, in which five men were apparently arrested on terror charges. The incident comes amid ongoing reports of repression of the Crimean Tatar community. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    France, Germany, Russia leaders discuss possible summit on Ukraine
    Oct12

    France, Germany, Russia leaders discuss possible summit on Ukraine

    PARIS (Reuters) – The leaders of France, Germany and Russia discussed on a telephone call on Wednesday what needed to be done to ensure a summit on the Ukraine crisis could take place soon, the French presidency said in a statement. …read more Source: The...

    Only 503,000 tourists visited Egypt in August 2016: CAPMAS
    Oct12

    Only 503,000 tourists visited Egypt in August 2016: CAPMAS

    The number of tourist arrivals from all countries reached 503,000 during August 2016 compared to 915,200 tourists during August 2015, a decrease of 45%, according to the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS). CAPMAS stated in its monthly bulletin, issued this week, that the most important countries that influenced the...

    US Election: Moscow says US hacking claims ‘flattering’, but false
    Oct12

    US Election: Moscow says US hacking claims ‘flattering’, but false

    Russia's foreign minister dismissed allegations that Russia has directed cyber attacks aimed at influencing the US election Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday said that US claims Moscow is meddling in the American election process are “flattering” but baseless.Lavrov shrugged off US allegations that Russia has...

    Serbia: Putin friend Timchenko is named honorary consul
    Oct12

    Serbia: Putin friend Timchenko is named honorary consul

    Serbia says a billionaire friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin who is on a U.S. sanctions list over Ukraine has agreed to become the Balkan country’s honorary consul. …read more Source: FOX...

    Serbia: Putin friend Timchenko is named honorary consul
    Oct12

    Serbia: Putin friend Timchenko is named honorary consul

    BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia says a billionaire friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin who is on a U.S. sanctions list over Ukraine has agreed to become the Balkan country’s honorary consul. The office of Serbia’s pro-Russian President Tomislav Nikolic said Wednesday that Gennady Timchenko will be Serbia’s honorary consul...

    Serbia: Putin Friend Timchenko Is Named Honorary Consul
    Oct12

    Serbia: Putin Friend Timchenko Is Named Honorary Consul

    Serbia says a billionaire friend of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin who is on U.S. sanctions list over policies in Ukraine, has agreed to become the Balkan country’s honorary consul …read more Source: ABC...

    Putin cancels Paris visit amid heated Syria row
    Oct12

    Putin cancels Paris visit amid heated Syria row

    PARIS: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday cancelled a visit to France due to a furious row with French President Francois Hollande over Moscow’s role in the Syrian conflict. The announcement from the Kremlin came a day after French President Francois Hollande said Syrian forces had committed a “war crime” in the battered city of...

    Good news! Shah Rukh Khan’s unreleased mini series ‘Ahamaq’ to be screened at Mumbai film festival
    Oct12

    Good news! Shah Rukh Khan’s unreleased mini series ‘Ahamaq’ to be screened at Mumbai film festival

    Superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s lesser known mini series-turned-film Ahamaq will be screened at the upcoming Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival in Mumbai. Directed by filmmaker Mani Kaul, the film was first released as a four part TV mini-series on Doordarshan in 1991, before being screened at the New York Film Festival in 1992. Ahamaq, however, was...

    Desmond Ball Unbound
    Oct12

    Desmond Ball Unbound

    Professor Desmond Ball, as seen on the Thai-Burma border. (Photo: Phil Thornton) For the past 20 years Professor Ball, an Australian, spent much of his time among Burma’s ethnic people and armed groups. His books include The Ties That Bind, Burma’s Military Secrets and The Boys in Black, about Thailand’s paramilitary border...