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    EU playing Ostrich politics on nuclear safety, warns NGO
    Nov10

    EU playing Ostrich politics on nuclear safety, warns NGO

    Opinion Plus New-build and ageing soviet-era nuclear plants on EU’s eastern borders pose a serious threat to Europe’s security, warns Eli Hadzhieva. …read more Source: The Parliament...

    Russia is very happy that Donald Trump won
    Nov10

    Russia is very happy that Donald Trump won

    In this Nov. 9, 2016, photo, Russian President Vladimir Putin makes a toast during a ceremony for receiving diplomatic credentials from foreign ambassadors in the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia. In careful phrasing befitting the spy he once was, Vladimir Putin has made it clear he expects a great deal from President-elect Donald Trump. And, the...

    The Morning Vertical, November 10, 2016
    Nov10

    The Morning Vertical, November 10, 2016

    Your daily roundup …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Viewpoint: Russia and Trump – a love story?
    Nov10

    Viewpoint: Russia and Trump – a love story?

    “If Trump recognizes Crimea as ours, lifts sanctions, makes an agreement with us on Syria and frees Assange, I will retire. Because the world will be wonderful.” This is how Rossiya Segodnya editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan commented the election of Donald Trump as the President of the United States. …read more Source:...

    Gas prices in Armenia and in other countries (table)
    Nov10

    Gas prices in Armenia and in other countries (table)

    As it is known, the RA Public Services Regulatory Commission plans to make a decision on reducing the price for natural gas. As a result, one cubic meter of natural gas will cost 139 AMD (0.29 USD) for residential customers, and 100 AMD (0.21 USD) for poor (welfare recipient) families. One thousand cubic meters of gas for processing industries...

    Call for new ways to raise Belarus-Ukraine trade to $8bn
    Nov10

    Call for new ways to raise Belarus-Ukraine trade to $8bn

    The Deputy Prime Minister reminded that Belarus-Ukraine trade totaled $8 billion in 2012, however, the figure has been falling due to objective and subjective reasons. “We have the potential to restore the trade turnover we had in the past within the next two years,” stressed the official. …read more Source:...

    Turkey’s Erdogan hails Ataturk on death anniversary
    Nov10

    Turkey’s Erdogan hails Ataturk on death anniversary

    President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday hailed the founder of modern Turkey Mustafa Kemal Ataturk on the 78th anniversary of his death but added the country’s influence should go well beyond the borders of the state he created. Ataturk, who died on November 10, 1938, founded Turkey as a secular republic in 1923 out of the ruins of the...

    Danish PM taking part in Paris terror attack commemoration
    Nov10

    Danish PM taking part in Paris terror attack commemoration

    Lars Løkke Rasmussen travelled to Paris today to meet French President Francois Hollande and take part in the one-year anniversary commemorations for the victims of the gruesome terror attack in Paris last year. The Danish prime minister will take part in the memorial at the Place de la Republique in Paris, which will pay tribute to the 130...

    Lessons for the World from Trump’s Win
    Nov10

    Lessons for the World from Trump’s Win

    By Ashutosh SheshabalayaAn emerging market perspective on a presumed American cataclysm.Donald Trump’s “surprise” victory in the U.S. elections should be a wake-up call for pundits and pollsters everywhere. It marks a turning point, less from the post-Second World War order than from two-and-a-half centuries of Enlightenment thinking, which...

    Moscow arrests alleged saboteurs planning attack in Crimea
    Nov10

    Moscow arrests alleged saboteurs planning attack in Crimea

    Russia’s security service has arrested several people in Sevastopol as alleged saboteurs working for Ukrainian military intelligence. Kyiv refutes claims the Ukrainian group was planning to attack infrastructure targets. …read more Source:...