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    Soviet Cakes were Hard to Get but Worth the Try
    Nov18

    Soviet Cakes were Hard to Get but Worth the Try

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – These days there are plenty of cakes that are beautiful on the outside, but pretentiously sweet and unappetising on the inside. It is no surprise then that recipes for Soviet cakes are carefully collected and published on the Internet, magazines and...

    Christophe FONTAINE, MEDEF International Representative: “The development of logistic facilities for Tajikistan is important»
    Nov18

    Christophe FONTAINE, MEDEF International Representative: “The development of logistic facilities for Tajikistan is important»

    Dushanbe, 18.11.2016. /NIAT “Khovar”/. Interview of Mr. Christophe FONTAINE Chairman of MEDEF International’s France-Tajikistan Business Council, Managing Director of the Identity Business Unit and member of the Group Executive Committee of Oberthur Technology to NIAT “Khovar” correspondent. NIAT “Khovar”: One year passed since the first...

    Lavrov: Russian and Syrian airstrikes against terrorists in Idleb and Homs are to prevent ISIS terrorists from crossing into Syria
    Nov18

    Lavrov: Russian and Syrian airstrikes against terrorists in Idleb and Homs are to prevent ISIS terrorists from crossing into Syria

    Moscow, SANA – Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that Our air force and the Syrian air force only work in the provinces of Idleb and Homs in order to prevent the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorists retreating from Iraq’s Mosul from crossing into Syria. Lavrov made his remarks after a meeting the US Secretary...

    Ukraine painfully perceives Armenia`s voting on UN resolution on  Crimea
    Nov18

    Ukraine painfully perceives Armenia`s voting on UN resolution on Crimea

    ArmInfo. Ukraine has painfully perceived Armenia’s voting on the UN resolution on Crimea, Vice Speaker of Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Irina Gerashchenko says. “Ukraine has perceived most painfully the voting of Armenia, Kazakhstan and Belarus. We respect the right of Armenia and Kazakhstan to their special relations with the Russian...

    Dutch Ukraine referendum vote was not a vote on Europe, researchers say
    Nov18

    Dutch Ukraine referendum vote was not a vote on Europe, researchers say

    Research into the motives of people who voted in April’s referendum on the EU treaty with Ukraine has found that… …read more Source:...

    “When Trump’s administration glances at Karabakh, it’s won’t be beneficial to Yerevan, Baku and Moscow”
    Nov18

    “When Trump’s administration glances at Karabakh, it’s won’t be beneficial to Yerevan, Baku and Moscow”

    Interview with Grigory Trofimchuk, foreign affairs, security and defense expert, Russian analyst. Mr. Trofimchuk, after the April war OSCE MG co-chairs worked actively, presidential summits have been recorded in Vienna, then in St. Petersburg, after which negotiations appeared at a deadlock again. Moreover, from November 10 the Azerbaijani side...

    [Ticker] No voters in Dutch Ukraine referendum ‘not anti-EU’
    Nov18

    [Ticker] No voters in Dutch Ukraine referendum ‘not anti-EU’

    Voters who rejected the EU-Ukraine treaty in a Dutch referendum last April did not do so because of an anti-EU sentiment, according to an academic study published on Friday. Only 7.5% of No voters cast an anti-EU vote. The biggest motivation for No voters (34.1%) was “corruption in Ukraine”. Some 16.6% were “afraid Ukraine would...

    ​Cold shoulder for ICC as it guns for big fish
    Nov18

    ​Cold shoulder for ICC as it guns for big fish

    Putin’s regime claims that Crimea voluntarily joined Russia after a referendum and said the ICC had proved itself to be “one-sided and inefficient”. …read more Source: Mail &...

    [Ticker] EU states give conditional approval to visa-free travel for Ukraine
    Nov18

    [Ticker] EU states give conditional approval to visa-free travel for Ukraine

    EU states, on Thursday, gave conditional backing to allowing Ukrainians to travel visa-free to the bloc for short visits. First, however, a mechanism to suspend the scheme in an emergency must be agreed upon, possibly at the EU-Ukraine summit, to be held on 24 November. …read more Source:...

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 18 Nov 2016
    Nov18

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 18 Nov 2016

    Court backs teen’s right to be frozen The High Court has backed a teenage girl’s right to have her body frozen at a cryogenics facility in California, after her estranged father had opposed her dying wish. The 14-year-old Londoner sent a letter to the court explaining that she hoped medical advances could one day bring her back to...