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    Aboubakar gives Besiktas dramatic win at Napoli
    Oct20

    Aboubakar gives Besiktas dramatic win at Napoli

    Besiktas’ Vincent Aboubakar celebrates with teammates after scoring against Napoli. REUTERS Vincent Aboubakar scored twice, including an 86th-minute winner, to give Besiktas a shock 3-2 win at Napoli on Wednesday after the hosts had twice come from behind and missed a penalty. Napoli’s defence was at fault for all three Besiktas goals...

    Donald Trump: Vladimir Putin Is ‘Not My Best Friend’
    Oct20

    Donald Trump: Vladimir Putin Is ‘Not My Best Friend’

    WASHINGTON ― Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Russian President Vladimir Putin is “not my best friend,” when he was asked whether he disapproves of Russia’s alleged interference in the U.S. election.Trump, who once encouraged Russian hacking of Hillary Clinton’s emails, changed his tune at the final presidential...

    Normandy format group agrees on roadmap in Ukraine
    Oct20

    Normandy format group agrees on roadmap in Ukraine

    According to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, the leaders of the so-called Normandy format group comprising Ukraine, Russia, Germany and France agreed on a new roadmap for peace solution in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday night, German media Focus Online reported. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Four arrested in beating of Ukraine rabbi
    Oct20

    Four arrested in beating of Ukraine rabbi

    Police in Ukraine arrest four suspects in the beating of a rabbi in the western city of Zhitomir. …read more Source: Arutz...

    Deal to create ‘road map’ for Ukraine peace
    Oct20

    Deal to create ‘road map’ for Ukraine peace

    Merkel, Putin, Hollande and Poroshenko revive stalled plan but key divisions remain …read more Source: Financial...

    Hollande, Merkel slam Russia over Aleppo, leave door open to sanctions
    Oct20

    Hollande, Merkel slam Russia over Aleppo, leave door open to sanctions

    BERLIN: The leaders of France and Germany lashed out Thursday at President Vladimir Putin over Moscow’s bombardment of Syria’s Aleppo and refused to rule out imposing sanctions on Russia. “What is happening in Aleppo is a war crime, one of the first demands is that the bombardments by the regime and its (Russian) backers must...

    Sababu kuu zinazoweza kuibua vita ya tatu ya dunia
    Oct20

    Sababu kuu zinazoweza kuibua vita ya tatu ya dunia

    VITA ya dunia siyo jambo geni miongoni mwetu kwa kuwa hii ni aina ya vita inayojumuisha mataifa mengi duniani kwa wakati mmoja, hasa yale mataifa yenye nguvu kubwa za kijeshi na kiuchumi. Hadi sasa tumekwisha shuhudia vita kuu mbili za dunia, japo wengi tumeshuhudia kwa kuhadithiwa au kusoma kwenye vitabu. Vita ya kwanza ni ile iliyoanza Julai...

    Crises talks between Russia, Ukraine, France, Germany wrap up in Berlin
    Oct20

    Crises talks between Russia, Ukraine, France, Germany wrap up in Berlin

    A round of talks between Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany focused on the crises in Syria and Ukraine has wrapped up in Berlin. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine peace process: leaders agree roadmap to revive talks
    Oct20

    Ukraine peace process: leaders agree roadmap to revive talks

    Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel, says talks ‘didn’t achieve miracles’ but that it was important to maintain momentumThe leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France agreed on Wednesday on a road map aimed at reviving the stalled peace process in eastern Ukraine, though details of the plan still need to be worked...

    Four-way talks move ahead on Ukraine, scant progress on Syria
    Oct20

    Four-way talks move ahead on Ukraine, scant progress on Syria

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany and France pressed Russian President Vladimir Putin to extend a pause in air strikes in Syria and halt the “criminal” bombardment of civilians, but said four-way talks aimed at ending violence in eastern Ukraine made some progress. The post Four-way talks move ahead on Ukraine, scant progress on Syria...