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    Four Afghans Among Victims of Istanbul Attack
    Jun30

    Four Afghans Among Victims of Istanbul Attack

    Four Afghans are among those killed in triple bombings at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport on Tuesday, Afghan Consulate General Mali Quraishi said on Thursday. He added that two other Afghans were wounded in the attack. Quraishi did not provide further details in this regard. The death toll from Istanbul attack rose to 41 dead and 230 injured on...

    “After Brexit reconceptualization and expansion of Armenia-Great Britain military-political relations is possible”
    Jun30

    “After Brexit reconceptualization and expansion of Armenia-Great Britain military-political relations is possible”

    Interview with Eduard Abrahamyan, expert on NATO strategy, intelligence, security and strategy researcher at the Leicester University (United Kingdom), fellow at Policy Forum Armenia, based in Washington, DC. Mr. Abrahamyan results of the referendum in Great Britain shocked the international community. In your opinion, what happened and what may...

    IS suspected of airport attack
    Jun30

    IS suspected of airport attack

    SHATTERED REMAINS: A man looks at the damage caused by suicide bombers at Ataturk Airpor t’s international arrivals terminal in Istanbul. Pictures: AFP 41 killed in deadly Istanbul siege by suicide bombers Turkish investigators pored over video footage and witness statements yesterday after three suspected Islamic State (IS) suicide bombers...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko to Discuss Investment, Security on Sofia Visit
    Jun30

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko to Discuss Investment, Security on Sofia Visit

    Ukrainian President Petro Porosehnko is visiting Bulgaria’s capital Sofia on Thursday to meet counterpart Rosen Plevneliev and discuss bilateral issues, the latter’s press office has said. Issues such as economic and investment cooperation, regional and international security, and specific bilateral documents will be on the agenda,...

    Putin mends ties with Turkey, lifts tourism ban
    Jun30

    Putin mends ties with Turkey, lifts tourism ban

    MOSCOW: President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday lifted restrictions on travel to Turkey after mending ties with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan, seven months after Ankara downed a Russian jet, triggering a raft of sanctions.` Following his first call with Erdogan since the incident, Putin announced that Moscow’s ban on charter...

    Russia Is Far From Isolated
    Jun30

    Russia Is Far From Isolated

    Nikolay Pakhomov Economics, Eurasia A recent economic summit shows the world still wants in. In 2014, when the White House started pressuring the chief executives of some of America’s largest companies to skip the event, the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) gained an additional symbolic meaning. After the twentieth SPIEF...

    Situation in Ukraine remains ‘volatile,’ warns UN official
    Jun30

    Situation in Ukraine remains ‘volatile,’ warns UN official

    Unless urgent action is taken in Ukraine to separate sides and remove heavy weaponry, wide spread hostilities in the country could re-escalate, a senior United Nations human rights official Wednesday warned. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Turkey points fingers after airport attack
    Jun30

    Turkey points fingers after airport attack

    Investigations are under way to determine the identity of the trio who carried out a triple suicide bombing at Ataturk Airport. ||| Istanbul – Turkey pointed the finger at Islamic State on Wednesday for a triple suicide bombing and gun attack that killed 42 people at Istanbul’s main airport, and President Tayyip Erdogan called it a...

    T&T national survives Istanbul airport attack
    Jun30

    T&T national survives Istanbul airport attack

    Gail AlexanderPublished: Thursday, June 30, 2016Gail Alexander and Joel Julien T&T national Sherlin Stewart, who travelled through Turkey’s Ataturk airport on Tuesday, escaped unhurt in the terrorist attack which occurred at that airport that day, the Foreign Affairs Ministry has confirmed. A traumatised Stewart, who was in Turkey up to...

    US accuses Russia of wrong naval signals
    Jun30

    US accuses Russia of wrong naval signals

    The United States on Wednesday accused Russia of deliberately displaying the wrong naval signals and interfering with a US aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean Sea, in the latest salvo about a June incident that both countries blame on each other. Captain Danny Hernandez, spokesman for US European Command, said the Russian warship Neustrashimy...