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    The Morning Vertical, April 11, 2016
    Apr11

    The Morning Vertical, April 11, 2016

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

    G-7 Foreign Ministers Push Nuclear Disarmament in Hiroshima
    Apr11

    G-7 Foreign Ministers Push Nuclear Disarmament in Hiroshima

    HIROSHIMA, Japan—Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven industrialized countries, meeting Monday in the atomic-bombed Japanese city of Hiroshima, called for a renewed push for flagging nuclear disarmament efforts as they wrestled with some of the intractable global problems facing their nations. A joint communique condemned the usual suspects:...

    Two Indian students stabbed to death, one injured in Ukraine
    Apr11

    Two Indian students stabbed to death, one injured in Ukraine

    Two Indian students at a medical college in Ukraine were stabbed to death while another sustained injuries in the attack on Sunday. Those who died in the Sunday attack allegedly carried out by three Ukrainian nationals have been identified as Pranav Shaindilya from Muzaffarnagar and Ankur Singh from Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh. Indrajeet Singh...

    Belarus FM: All sides have to be genuinely interested in resolving the Ukrainian conflict
    Apr11

    Belarus FM: All sides have to be genuinely interested in resolving the Ukrainian conflict

    “At present there is no recipe for ending the conflict that still exists in the brotherly country of Ukraine,” stated Vladimir Makei. In his words, all the sides, primarily those directly involved in the situation, have to be genuinely interested in resolving the conflict. …read more Source:...

    Lithuanian Seimas website under attack
    Apr11

    Lithuanian Seimas website under attack

    The Lithuanian parliament’s website came under attack in the run-up to the event of Crimea’s Tatar community to prevent foreign users from observing the community’s global gathering online, informs LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Ukraine PM resigns for sake of better EU ties
    Apr11

    Ukraine PM resigns for sake of better EU ties

    PM Yatsenyuk says he will quit for the sake of stability and improving EU ties. Dutch PM said it could take “months” to decided whether to uphold the EU-Ukraine association treaty. …read more Source:...

    Malaysia’s first sharia-compliant airline suspended
    Apr11

    Malaysia’s first sharia-compliant airline suspended

    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s first Islamic-compliant airline has been suspended for three months after it failed to adhere to aviation regulations, a senior official said Monday, as the government announced a safety audit of the carrier. “Rayani Air has been suspended for three months,” Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, director-general of the...

    Bulgaria Had Negative Balance of Trade in January-February
    Apr11

    Bulgaria Had Negative Balance of Trade in January-February

    In January 2016, Bulgarian exports to the EU exceeded BGN 2.2 B, which represented a decrease of 1.4 % compared to the same month last year. The main trading partners of Bulgaria were Germany, Italy, Romania, Greece, France and Belgium, which accounted for 67 % of all exports to the EU. The largest increase was registered in the export of...

    Kerry joins other G7 foreign ministers at Hiroshima A-bomb museum
    Apr11

    Kerry joins other G7 foreign ministers at Hiroshima A-bomb museum

    By Arshad Mohammed and Kiyoshi Takenaka John Kerry on Monday became the first US secretary of state to pay his respects at Hiroshima’s memorial to victims of the 1945 US nuclear attack, raising speculation that US President Barack Obama might make his own visit in May. Following the visit by Kerry and his counterparts from the Group of...

    Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk quits
    Apr11

    Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk quits

    Ukraine’s Prime Minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, has announced his resignation following a political crisis that has paralysed the government and frozen the release of western aid for months, “Armenpress” reports, citing The Guardian. …read more Source:...