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    US to destroy consensus on Syria with sanctions on Russia: Analyst
    Nov26

    US to destroy consensus on Syria with sanctions on Russia: Analyst

    An analyst says the US has imposed new bans on Russia in an effort to destroy the emerging consensus on Syria, which was moving towards a peaceful solution. …read more Source:...

    Dutch referendum on Ukraine is playing into Putin’s hands, says Poroshenko
    Nov26

    Dutch referendum on Ukraine is playing into Putin’s hands, says Poroshenko

    The Dutch referendum on ratifying a treaty between Ukraine and the EU is playing into Russian president Putin’s hands, Ukrainian… …read more Source:...

    No discrimination against Ukrainian imports in Belarus
    Nov26

    No discrimination against Ukrainian imports in Belarus

    “Many companies from third countries have been caught providing one kind of merchandise for the expert evaluation process and putting another kind of different quality on shop shelves,” said the spokesman of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. …read more Source:...

    France hopes sanctions against Russia may be lifted
    Nov26

    France hopes sanctions against Russia may be lifted

    Sanctions against Russia could be lifted, if Moscow meets its promises to reach peace in Ukraine – France stated after Kyiv closed its airspace to its neighbour’s airlines and stopped buying gas from Russia. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    With terror on your doorstep, you still need bread
    Nov26

    With terror on your doorstep, you still need bread

    On Saturday morning, a little over a week after the Paris attacks and the first day of the Brussels lockdown, we discuss survival strategies over our first cup of tea of the day. “I’d play dead,” I tell my husband Joe. I would try to hide under a body, I think to myself, but don’t say it out loud because I’m ashamed. Then I...

    Global landmine casualties increase, Afghanistan largely to blame
    Nov26

    Global landmine casualties increase, Afghanistan largely to blame

    LONDON: Long-term progress in reducing the number of landmine casualties was reversed last year, and rebel groups used the mines in 10 countries, the largest number since 2006, researchers said on Thursday. Non-state groups were still using the deadly devices in the 12 months to October 2015 in Colombia, Libya, Myanmar, Pakistan, Syria and Yemen,...

    Ukraine president: Voting no on referendum is a “yes” vote for Putin
    Nov26

    Ukraine president: Voting no on referendum is a “yes” vote for Putin

    Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko is very hopeful that the Netherlands will vote for the association agreement with Ukraine in the referendum in April next year. He stresses the importance of Dutch people’s right to express themselves in a referendum, though he calls the voting “corn on Putin’s mill” The post Ukraine...

    Nikolay Silayev: Risk of deployment of a “third front” around Karabakh is rather high
    Nov26

    Nikolay Silayev: Risk of deployment of a “third front” around Karabakh is rather high

    Would you assess the Caucasus policy of Russia? The Russia-U.S. geopolitical confrontation, which has been obvious over the past decade, is subsiding now. I think this is a positive factor given that it gives opportunities to the South Caucasus to develop more quietly. Moreover, at the current stage, the Caucasus policy is not a priority for...

    Aram Karapetyan. “The author for downing the Russian aircraft is not Turkey”
    Nov26

    Aram Karapetyan. “The author for downing the Russian aircraft is not Turkey”

    “New Times” party leader Aram Karapetyan believes that downing of the Russian aircraft in Syria is not Turkey’s handiwork but the West’s. According to Mr. Karapetyan, it was clear that all of that was organized, it was also evidenced by the fact that preparatory meetings were held the day before the incident. Erdoğan was conveying...

    Kazakhstan Willing to Supply Gas via Proposed TAPI Pipeline to India, FM Says
    Nov26

    Kazakhstan Willing to Supply Gas via Proposed TAPI Pipeline to India, FM Says

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – Kazakh Foreign Minister Erlan Idrissov took part in the Third Summit of Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF), held Nov. 23 in Tehran, stressing that Kazakhstan is willing to supply up to three billion cubic metres of natural gas annually through a...