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    Kazakhstan to continue prosecuting Ablyazov after French extradition refusal
    Dec15

    Kazakhstan to continue prosecuting Ablyazov after French extradition refusal

    ASTANA (TCA) — Kazakhstan authorities say they will continue their efforts to prosecute fugitive banker Mukhtar Ablyazov and his associates despite his release from custody in France, RFE/RL’s Kazakh Service reports. In a statement issued on December 14, Kazakhstan’s Prosecutor-General’s Office said that Ablyazov had been...

    EU sees progress in Ukraine’s reform process
    Dec15

    EU sees progress in Ukraine’s reform process

    Ukraine has made a significant progress in implementing political and economic reforms prescribed in the Association Agreement with the European Union (EU), the 28-member block said in a report on Tuesday. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    EU Leaders to Hold ‘Minefield’ Summit
    Dec15

    EU Leaders to Hold ‘Minefield’ Summit

    Leaders of the European Union meet Thursday in Brussels for a summit fraught with disputes on how to handle the many crises they face, bar on possibly the biggest rift of all — how to handle Brexit. After a day of talks on migrants, Turkey, Russia, defense in the era of Donald Trump and the euro zone economy in the age of austerity, leaders will...

    EU summit: Syria, Ukraine on table as leaders meet in Brussels
    Dec15

    EU summit: Syria, Ukraine on table as leaders meet in Brussels

    Sanctions on Russia set to be extended, with EU defence policy also on summit agenda …read more Source: The Irish...

    Japanese, Russian Leaders to Discuss Territorial Dispute
    Dec15

    Japanese, Russian Leaders to Discuss Territorial Dispute

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet at a hot spring resort Thursday, seeking progress on a territorial row that has prevented their countries from signing a peace treaty formally ending World War II. The two sides are likely to clinch some agreements on economic cooperation, but both have sought to...

    Boxing: Beating Klitschko would make me a legend: Joshua
    Dec15

    Boxing: Beating Klitschko would make me a legend: Joshua

    LONDON (AFP) – Britains heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua says beating Ukrainian veteran Wladimir Klitschko in their mouthwatering showdown for the IBF and WBA crowns next April would entitle him to be called a legend.The 27-year-old 2012 Olympic champion — who defended his IBF title successfully last Saturday against American...

    FAQs on Russian Hacking and the U.S. Election
    Dec15

    FAQs on Russian Hacking and the U.S. Election

    1. Didn’t we already know about Russia hacking the Democratic National Committee? Why all the fuss right now?Yes we did. Way back in mid-June, the Democratic National Committee reported an intrusion into its computer network, and the cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike publicly blamed Russian hackers after analyzing the breach. In July, after...

    New course under Trump: Goodbye to the West
    Dec15

    New course under Trump: Goodbye to the West

    So what comes next? China, we can be certain, is preparing to fill America’s shoes. And in Europe, the crypts of nationalism have been opened; in time, they will once again release their demons upon the continent – and the world Now that Donald Trump has been elected President of the United States, the end of what was heretofore termed the...

    Democrats stake Pruitt fight on climate change denial
    Dec15

    Democrats stake Pruitt fight on climate change denial

    Senate Democrats are laying the groundwork to make the vote on Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency into a referendum on whether Republicans believe humans are causing global warming.Scott Pruitt is high on Democrats’ list of no-go Trump nominees in large part thanks to his resistance to the scientific...

    US Troops to Arrive in Europe in January to Reassure Allies
    Dec15

    US Troops to Arrive in Europe in January to Reassure Allies

    The United States is deploying troops to Poland, the Baltic states and Romania next month as part of raising the security of the region, Polish and U.S. defense officials said Wednesday. Polish Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz made the announcement following talks with the commander of U.S. land troops in Europe, Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges, in Zagan,...