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    The most popular places of Kyrgyzstan included in Google’s Street view project
    May07

    The most popular places of Kyrgyzstan included in Google’s Street view project

    Cholpon-Ata, May 7 / Kabar /. Google’s Street view project is available for all Internet users, public relations director of Google to Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan Marina Tarasova told in Cholpon-Ata during the presentation of the project. “We covered the largest city of Kyrgyzstan – Bishkek, Osh, Talas,...

    Why Moscow’s Man in the Vladimir Putin Mask Wants to Go to Jail
    May07

    Why Moscow’s Man in the Vladimir Putin Mask Wants to Go to Jail

    Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown. But in Russia, the real hardships fall on the head wearing a Vladimir Putin mask. One man knows this better than anyone. Over the last few months, Roman Roslovtsev has been detained nine times for an offense he describes as “absurd.” Now, when he stands in front of the Kremlin sporting a rubber mask of the...

    Abe, Putin sound each other out prior to G7 meet
    May07

    Abe, Putin sound each other out prior to G7 meet

    First face-to-face encounter between leaders since Japan followed US in imposing sanctions against Russia for Ukraine action …read more Source: Anadolu...

    2015 crisis has political connotation, Crimea fueled tensions – Minister
    May07

    2015 crisis has political connotation, Crimea fueled tensions – Minister

    …read more Source: AKIpress News Agency

    Barack Obama sets up council to aid smooth transition for next govt
    May07

    Barack Obama sets up council to aid smooth transition for next govt

    The White House Transition Coordinating Council would provide guidance to executive departments and agencies and the Federal Transition Coordinator regarding preparations for the Presidential transition, including succession planning and preparation of briefing materials. (Source: AP) US President Barack Obama has signed an executive order...

    IMF Sees ‘Very Encouraging’ Signs From Ukraine’s New Government
    May07

    IMF Sees ‘Very Encouraging’ Signs From Ukraine’s New Government

    Early signs coming from Ukraine’s new government are “very encouraging,” a top International Monetary Fund official said on May 6. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia, Japan agree to improve ties
    May07

    Russia, Japan agree to improve ties

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday vowed to shore up bilateral ties in all directions after their relations have been at a low point since the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: <a href=http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2016-05/07/c_135340351.htm target=_blank title="Russia,...

    With the Peshmerga on the Front Lines Against ISIS
    May07

    With the Peshmerga on the Front Lines Against ISIS

    GWER, Iraq—First you notice the sound of jet engines. The sky is overcast, so you can’t see the coalition warplanes. But you can hear them. And you know what the snarl of jet noise and the occasional thud of an airstrike symbolizes for the Islamic State fighters about a mile away. With a Kalashnikov slung over his shoulder and a curved...

    Liverpool-Sevilla Europa final set
    May07

    Liverpool-Sevilla Europa final set

    LIVERPOOL — Liverpool romped into the Europa League final with a 3-0 win over Villarreal on another magical night at Anfield to tee up a showpiece clash with holder Sevilla which swatted away visitor Shakhtar Donetsk 3-1 Thursday. Five-time European champion Liverpool reached a 12th continental final thanks to an own goal from Bruno Soriano and...

    German Paper Publishes ‘Manifesto’ From Panama Leak Source
    May06

    German Paper Publishes ‘Manifesto’ From Panama Leak Source

    BERLIN— A German newspaper that obtained leaked files from a Panamanian law firm detailing offshore financial dealings published Friday what it said is a manifesto from its anonymous source, who described having been moved to act by “the scale of the injustices” the documents show. The daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung was offered the leaked data over a...