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    German Economy Minister Gabriel to visit Russia next week for trade talks
    Sep16

    German Economy Minister Gabriel to visit Russia next week for trade talks

    German Vice Chancellor and Economic Affairs Minister Sigmar Gabriel will visit Russia next week to hold talks with Russian government officials about the state of bilateral trade relations, his ministry said in a statement on Friday. Gabriel, who will be in Russia on Wednesday and Thursday, will take a business delegation with him, the ministry...

    Singapore gets third Paralympic gold in its history thanks to swimming champ Yip Pin Xiu
    Sep16

    Singapore gets third Paralympic gold in its history thanks to swimming champ Yip Pin Xiu

    National para-swimmer Yip Pin Xiu has won a second gold medal at the Rio Paralympics on Friday morning, local media reported. She came in first in the women’s 50m backstroke S2 event with the timing of 1 min 00.33sec, followed by China’s Feng Yazhu (1:02.66) and Ukraine’s Iryna Sotska (1:17.22). SEE ALSO: Table tennis player who...

    UEFA imeanza na moto
    Sep16

    UEFA imeanza na moto

    MADRID, Hispania LIGI ya Mabingwa Ulaya msimu huu imeanza kutimua vumbi wiki hii, huku miamba mbalimbali ya bara hilo la Ulaya ikitoa dozi za hali ya juu. Barcelona walitoa kipigo cha mabao 7-0 kwa Celtic, huku nyota wao, Lionel Messi, akipiga ‘hat-trick’ kwenye mechi ya kwanza ya michuano hiyo iliyochezwa juzi Jumanne. Baada ya...

    US to shift military assets to Syria under deal
    Sep16

    US to shift military assets to Syria under deal

    File- Secretary of State John Kerry (L) and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov shakes hands at the conclusion of a news conference following their meeting to discuss the crisis in Syria, in Geneva, Switzerland, on September 9, 2016. Photo: AP WASHINGTON: The US military will have to shift surveillance aircraft from other regions and increase...

    Don’t forget Russia in EU talks, Ukraine says in leaked letter
    Sep16

    Don’t forget Russia in EU talks, Ukraine says in leaked letter

    As leaders meet in Bratislava to try to stop EU fragmentation, Ukraine has highlighted Russia’s role in trying to “shatter” the bloc, EUobserver has learned. …read more Source:...

    CIS Summit to approve 15 documents
    Sep16

    CIS Summit to approve 15 documents

    The CIS Summit will open later today in Bishkek. The Presidents of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia and Tajikistan, Prime Minister of Moldova, Vice Prime Minister of Turkmenistan, Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan, Ambassador of Ukraine will partake in the event. …read more Source: AKIpress News...

    Bishkek hosts meeting of CIS Council of Foreign Ministers
    Sep16

    Bishkek hosts meeting of CIS Council of Foreign Ministers

    Bishkek, September 16 / Kabar /. The meeting of Council of Foreign Ministers of CIS countries has started in Bishkek. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan Erlan Abdyldaev is presiding over the meeting. The meeting is also attended by Foreign Minister of Russia – Sergey Lavrov, Kazakhstan – Yerlan Idrisov, Uzbekistan –...

    Donald Trump’s investments in India can affect Indo-Pak ties: Tim Kaine
    Sep16

    Donald Trump’s investments in India can affect Indo-Pak ties: Tim Kaine

    Washington, Sep 16 : Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Tim Kaine has alleged that Republican White House aspirant Donald Trump’s investments in India could have an impact on US’ efforts towards a stable India-Pakistan relationship if he wins the November general elections. “He (Trump) has got deals in the Pakistan part of...

    We Have to Deal With Putin
    Sep16

    We Have to Deal With Putin

    Since Donald Trump said that if Vladimir Putin praised him, he would return the compliment, Republican outrage has not abated. Arriving on Capitol Hill to repair ties between Trump and party elites, Gov. Mike Pence was taken straight to the woodshed. John McCain told Pence that Putin was a “thug and a butcher,” and Trump’s embrace of him...

    Europe must open up, not turn its back
    Sep16

    Europe must open up, not turn its back

    TALLINN — In the months following the United Kingdom’s Brexit referendum, the European Union seems to be undergoing an episode of post-traumatic stress. At a time when increased openness is of the utmost importance, the Continent is erecting internal barriers and isolating itself from the rest of the world. Some of the countries that make...