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    Russia: We’re ready to supply more proof of Ukrainian Crimea incursions
    Aug15

    Russia: We’re ready to supply more proof of Ukrainian Crimea incursions

    …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Customs arrested 141 kilo of heroin
    Aug15

    Customs arrested 141 kilo of heroin

    On 14 August 14 in the truck DAF, driven by a citizen of Tajikistan Muhammedin Ismayilov, Azerbaijani customs officers found more than 141 kilo of heroin. The truck arrived at the Astara customs from Iran, during inspection of the vehicle was found a secret place in the bottom of the truck, where were hidden packages with drug, according to the...

    We're ready to supply more proof of Ukrainian Crimea incursions – Russia
    Aug15

    We're ready to supply more proof of Ukrainian Crimea incursions – Russia

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia is ready to provide the West with more evidence about armed Ukrainian incursions into the contested peninsula of Crimea, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine battles rebels, Russian forces join insurgents
    Aug15

    Ukraine battles rebels, Russian forces join insurgents

    Ukrainian forces report 64 rebel attacks on Sunday, worried about gathering Russian forces in rebel territory. …read more Source: Arutz...

    Germany to Russia: Minsk deal must stay Ukraine peace process focus
    Aug15

    Germany to Russia: Minsk deal must stay Ukraine peace process focus

    Russia has repeatedly accused Ukraine of not honouring its obligations under the peace deal.Russia announces war games after accusing Ukraine of terrorist plotUkraine, Russia on alert as tensions escalateHungarian foreign minister says Russia poses no threat to NATO members …read more Source: Thanh Nien...

    Hungary’s men’s fencing team takes bronze at Rio games
    Aug15

    Hungary’s men’s fencing team takes bronze at Rio games

    Ádám LestyánszkyHungary’s men’s fencing team takes bronze at Rio games After a disappointing Saturday across the board, Hungary’s men’s fencing team took bronze and its men’s waterpolo team defeated Brazil to advance to the quarterfinals. After losing to France 45:40, Hungary’s men’s fencing team defeated...

    Ukraine Reports Repelling Separatist Attack As Hostilities Continue
    Aug15

    Ukraine Reports Repelling Separatist Attack As Hostilities Continue

    Ukraine has reported repelling an attempted attack by Russian-backed rebel forces in the country’s east, amid an uptick in violations of a fragile ceasefire. Government forces deployed in the regions of Donetsk and Luhansk announced via Facebook that rebels opened fire 64 times Sunday, including an attempt to overwhelm a military checkpoint...

    Minsk deal must stay Ukraine peace process focus – Germany to Russia
    Aug15

    Minsk deal must stay Ukraine peace process focus – Germany to Russia

    German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier told his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov on Monday that the Minsk deal must remain the focus of the Ukrainian peace process despite a spike in tensions in annexed Crimea, RIA news agency reported. …read more Source: Channel...

    Kyiv Probing Evidence Of Corruption By Top Trump Adviser
    Aug15

    Kyiv Probing Evidence Of Corruption By Top Trump Adviser

    Handwritten ledgers found in Kyiv seem to link Paul Manafort, who is currently the chairman of U.S. mogul Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, to more than $12 million in undisclosed cash payments during his tenure as an adviser to the government of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe /...

    Egypt’s Red Sea gem: Sharm El-Sheikh grappling with tourism decline 
    Aug15

    Egypt’s Red Sea gem: Sharm El-Sheikh grappling with tourism decline 

    The number of tourists visiting Egypt declined significantly following the crash of the Russian aeroplane in Sinai in late October 2015, which had a heavy negative impact on the Red Sea resort city of Sharm El-Sheikh. The city, once the country’s tourism gem on Sinai’s Red Sea coast, has had to adjust to a significantly lower number...