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    Belarusian Ambassador to Armenia urged to refrain from hasty  conclusions related to extradition of Russian blog writer Lapshin to  Azerbaijan
    Jan25

    Belarusian Ambassador to Armenia urged to refrain from hasty  conclusions related to extradition of Russian blog writer Lapshin to  Azerbaijan

    ArmInfo.Belarusian Ambassador to Armenia Igor Nazaruk urged to refrain from hasty conclusions related to Minsk court decision on extradition of Russian blog writer Alexander Lapshin to Azerbaijan for visiting Nagorno Karabakh. “Haste makes waste”, the Belarusian diplomat told journalists on January 25 on the sidelines of...

    Armenia ranked among authoritarian states
    Jan25

    Armenia ranked among authoritarian states

    Today (January 25), the British influential “Economist Intelligence Unit” consulting company has published its annual report on democracy. The report bearing the title “Democracy Index: Revenge of the “deplorables” also addresses the democracy index in Armenia for last year. “Back, Armenia” In 2015, the same “Economist Intelligence Unit”, in its...

    China dismisses reports of missiles deployment aimed at US
    Jan25

    China dismisses reports of missiles deployment aimed at US

    Beijing, Jan 25 (PTI) Amid reports of China deploying long range intercontinental ballistic missiles near Russian border with the aim to be able to reach targets in the US, Beijing today said it was just a “speculation spread online”. When asked by a Russian journalist about the reports, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said,...

    Syrian rebels release two Ukrainian hostages
    Jan25

    Syrian rebels release two Ukrainian hostages

    A Syrian opposition group has released a Ukrainian couple following three years of captivity. In 2013, O. M. (43) and N. M. (38) — their full names have not been released — reportedly entered Syria illegally. They were finally released earlier this week in Syria’s northwestern city of Idlib, due largely to the efforts of the...

    Lawyer For Crimean Tatar Activist Umerov Forcibly Detained
    Jan25

    Lawyer For Crimean Tatar Activist Umerov Forcibly Detained

    A Russian lawyer who is defending a prominent Crimean Tatar activist was forcibly detained and taken to a Federal Security Service (FSB) office in Russia-controlled Crimea on January 25. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    British millionaire Barry Pring ‘murdered’ by wife, inquest hears
    Jan25

    British millionaire Barry Pring ‘murdered’ by wife, inquest hears

    Description Barry Pring and wife Ganna Ziuzina on their wedding day Credits Twitter Alt Text Pring Ziuzina Family tells Exeter County Court they believe widow organised hit and run ‘to get an inheritance’ One-Minute Read …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine: Bykivnia WWII graves vandalised
    Jan25

    Ukraine: Bykivnia WWII graves vandalised

    Graves at the WWII cemetery in Bykivnia north-central Ukraine, where thousands of Polish officers are buried, were vandalised with red paint overnight. …read more Source: Polskie...

    EU Court Rejects Russian Missile-Maker’s Challenge Against Sanctions
    Jan25

    EU Court Rejects Russian Missile-Maker’s Challenge Against Sanctions

    A European Union court has rejected a bid by Russian arms maker Almaz-Antey to force the EU to lift sanctions imposed in connection with the conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Poland most popular travel destination for Ukrainians
    Jan25

    Poland most popular travel destination for Ukrainians

    Ukrainians most often travel to Poland when heading abroad, according to border guards. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Army’s Ground Combat Systems Risk Being Surpassed by Russia, China
    Jan25

    Army’s Ground Combat Systems Risk Being Surpassed by Russia, China

    The U.S. Army’s ground combat systems risk being surpassed by those being developed by foreign countries such as Russia and China, according to a new report from the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service. The Army is currently using main battle tanks, tracked infantry fighting vehicles, tracked self-propelled artillery, and multiple...