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    EU's Mogherini sees Russia sanctions being renewed
    May19

    EU's Mogherini sees Russia sanctions being renewed

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini expects sanctions against Russia over its actions in Ukraine to be renewed in July, she told a German newspaper on Thursday. …read more Source: The...

    EU’s Mogherini sees Russia sanctions being renewed
    May19

    EU’s Mogherini sees Russia sanctions being renewed

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini expects sanctions against Russia over its actions in Ukraine to be renewed in July, she told a German newspaper on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Two crew members of Azeri plane still alive after Afghanistan crash – aviation authority
    May19

    Two crew members of Azeri plane still alive after Afghanistan crash – aviation authority

    Two Ukrainian crew members on board an Azeri freight plane which crashed in Afghanistan on Wednesday are still alive, Azerbaijan’s civil aviation authority (DMAA) said on Thursday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Seven die in Afghanistan crash of Azerbaijan's Silk Way freight plane
    May19

    Seven die in Afghanistan crash of Azerbaijan's Silk Way freight plane

    BAKU (Reuters) – Two Ukrainian crew members on board an Azeri freight plane which crashed in Afghanistan on Wednesday are still alive, Azerbaijan’s civil aviation authority (DMAA) said on Thursday. …read more Source: The...

    US to send new ambassador to PH
    May19

    US to send new ambassador to PH

    US Flag (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia) The United States government is poised to send a new ambassador to the Philippines in time for the much anticipated start of the administration of President-elect Rodrigo Duterte next month. US President Barack Obama has just announced his intent to nominate Korean-born Sung Y. Kim as America’s new...

    Rosatom sees SA as entry point to Africa
    May19

    Rosatom sees SA as entry point to Africa

    Russia’s state-owned nuclear energy firm may join forces with SA companies to develop a nuclear power industry that could be rolled out across Africa. ||| Johannesburg – Russia’s state-owned Rosatom said it may join forces with South African companies to develop a nuclear power industry in the country that could be rolled out...

    Løkke, Løkke laughs at the White House
    May19

    Løkke, Løkke laughs at the White House

    According to US President Barack Obama, the search for the host of next year’s White House correspondents’ dinner is over. Step forward Lars Løkke Rasmussen. The Danish PM was in fine form at a state dinner for the five leaders of the Nordic nations at the White House on May 13, rattling off a series of one- liners. Weighty comedy...

    Early 20th Century Merchants Left Indelible Mark on City’s History
    May19

    Early 20th Century Merchants Left Indelible Mark on City’s History

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – In the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, merchants in Akmola, as the town was called then, were not only the great-grandparents of today’s modern business environment – they also left beautiful houses and facilities behind...

    Russian Black Sea Pipeline Options ‘Shouldn’t Be Forgotten’ – Deputy PM
    May19

    Russian Black Sea Pipeline Options ‘Shouldn’t Be Forgotten’ – Deputy PM

    Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister has said alternative options to have a Russian pipeline build under the Black Sea should be taken into account.”I am not referring to a continuation of halted South Stream,” Donchev has made clear. South Stream is an abandoned pipeline project that was to carry gas to Central Europe under the Black Sea...

    SOCAR commissions floating gas station in Ukraine
    May19

    SOCAR commissions floating gas station in Ukraine

    The floating gas station will supply yachts, cruisers and boats with fuel, reported Ukrainian media on May 18. …read more Source:...