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    France’s Fillon says Russia sanctions pointless, dialogue needed
| Reuters
    Jan23

    France’s Fillon says Russia sanctions pointless, dialogue needed | Reuters

    BERLIN European Union sanctions on Russia are pointless, the frontrunner in France’s presidential election Francois Fillon said on Monday during a visit to Berlin, warning of a risk that Russia and the United States forge links that exclude the EU.Fillon said a gesture from Russia would be needed before sanctions could be lifted, adding...

    Federal Customs Authority holds discussion on role of customs
    Jan23

    Federal Customs Authority holds discussion on role of customs

    ABU DHABI, 23rd January, 2017 (WAM) — Commissioner Ali Al Kaabi, Head of the Federal Customs Authority, discussed on Monday the role of the customs sector with Salem Ahmed Salem Al Kaabi, the UAE Ambassador to Ukraine, and Mahash Saeed Salem al-Hameli, the UAE ambassador to South Africa. …read more Source:...

    PM to Poroshenko: Ukraine is not alone
    Jan23

    PM to Poroshenko: Ukraine is not alone

    In a meeting with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Tallinn on Monday, Prime Minister Jüri Ratas confirmed Estonia’s continuing and wide-ranging support of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Foolish GOP Warmongers want to Make Russia the Enemy: It isn’t the Soviet Union Reborn
    Jan23

    Foolish GOP Warmongers want to Make Russia the Enemy: It isn’t the Soviet Union Reborn

    No position taken by President-elect Donald Trump more upsets leading Republican legislators than his desire to reconcile with Russia. GOP propagandists routinely assert that 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney was right when he declared Russia “without question our No. 1 geopolitical foe.” Perhaps in Neoconservative nightmares. But...

    Karabakh problem one of priorities of reelected PACE President`s work 
    Jan23

    Karabakh problem one of priorities of reelected PACE President`s work 

    ArmInfo. Reelected President of PACE Pedro Agramunt stated in his speech on the first plenary winter session of the Organization that PACE currently faces four existential challenges, which create a state of constant upheaval. According to him firstly, transnational terrorism poses a fundamental and multi- faceted danger. Secondly, the refugee...

    Creative Types Learn to Shoot Guns
    Jan23

    Creative Types Learn to Shoot Guns

    No. 20 West Twentieth Street looks like an ordinary office building, but go down to the basement and you’ll hear an unusual sound—gunshots, frequent and close. On a recent evening, a group of around a dozen creative types—funky jewelry, high-minded tote bags—arrived at Westside Rifle & Pistol Range and nervously milled about as they...

    Australian Open: Nadal battles through Monfils to advance to quarters
    Jan23

    Australian Open: Nadal battles through Monfils to advance to quarters

    Nadal won the title in 2009 and was runners-up in 2012 and 2014. The post Australian Open: Nadal battles through Monfils to advance to quarters appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria. …read more Source: Premium Times...

    Rubio’s Grandstanding on Tillerson
    Jan23

    Rubio’s Grandstanding on Tillerson

    Rubio is the last Republican on the Foreign Relations Committee whose final position on Tillerson still isn’t known. He was the senator doing the most grandstanding during the confirmation hearing earlier in the month: “In order to have moral clarity, we need clarity. We can’t achieve moral clarity with rhetorical ambiguity,” Rubio...

    Rubio Faces Moment of Truth on Secretary of State Vote
    Jan23

    Rubio Faces Moment of Truth on Secretary of State Vote

    All eyes are on Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida as a Senate committee is poised to vote on President Donald Trump’s nominee to be secretary of state. The nomination of Rex Tillerson got a boost on Sunday after two influential Republican senators — John McCain of Arizona and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina — offered tepid endorsements of the...

    Ukraine’s Euromaidan Revolution, Then And Now
    Jan23

    Ukraine’s Euromaidan Revolution, Then And Now

    Three years ago the streets of Ukraine’s capital were engulfed in protests as Euromaidan demonstrators demanded the resignation of pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovych. January 22, 2014, marked a turning point when Berkut riot police cracked down violently on protesters. Twenty-year-old demonstrator Serhiy Nihoyan and 25-year-old Mikhail...