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    Key suspect in Nanga Parbat massacre escapes police raid
    Nov17

    Key suspect in Nanga Parbat massacre escapes police raid

    ISLAMABAD (AFP) – A key suspect in the 2013 massacre of foreign climbers in Pakistan is on the run after he hurled grenades at officers who were pursuing him, injuring 10 of them, officials said Tuesday.The suspect, named by police as Rahimullah, has a bounty on his head of one million rupees ($10,000) over his alleged involvement in the...

    Ukraine talks resume in Minsk
    Nov17

    Ukraine talks resume in Minsk

    “The talks on the settlement of the Ukraine crisis have started in Minsk with a meeting between the coordinators of the working groups,” the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Belgium cancels football match with Spain over security fears
    Nov17

    [Ticker] Belgium cancels football match with Spain over security fears

    Belgium has cancelled a friendly football match with Spain in Brussels on Tuesday due to security fears following Friday’s deadly attacks in Paris, where France’s match against Germany was targetted. In preparation for Uefa Euro 2016, Denmark is up against Sweden and Slovenia is meeting Ukraine Tuesday evening as planned. …read...

    Putin restructures Kiev debt to promote stability in Ukraine
    Nov17

    Putin restructures Kiev debt to promote stability in Ukraine

    Rather than seeking $3 billion repayment this year, Russia would be willing to agree to payments of $1 billion a year in 2016-18. …read more Source:...

    Putin’s Deal for Ukraine Isn’t Enough
    Nov17

    Putin’s Deal for Ukraine Isn’t Enough

    Why should Ukraine pay $3 billion back to the country that destabilized it? …read more Source:...

    The US Is Still Manipulating the UN After 70 Years
    Nov17

    The US Is Still Manipulating the UN After 70 Years

    Although President Barack Obama said he opposes “endless war” and “America’s combat mission in Afghanistan may be over,” he announced that the 9,800 US troops presently there will remain. Obama had previously stated that he would cut the US force in half, but he has decided to maintain the current troop level until...

    Karaganda Attracts International Operetta Stars
    Nov17

    Karaganda Attracts International Operetta Stars

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. The Karaganda Theatre of Musical Comedy was the host Nov. 1 for DosStar, the fifth International Operetta Festival. The event opened with a Russian burlesque performance by the Omsk State Musical Theatre directed by People’s Artist of Russia Kirill...

    Turkmenistan’s Pipeline Strategy:  Building a Diversified Export Infrastructure
    Nov17

    Turkmenistan’s Pipeline Strategy: Building a Diversified Export Infrastructure

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. Turkmenistan has huge mineral wealth, including reserves of natural gas that are estimated to be the fourth largest in the world. However, when the country became independent, it lacked an export infrastructure. The existing gas pipelines formed part of the...

    Moscow proposes Kiev restructuring deal for its 3 billion dollar loan
    Nov17

    Moscow proposes Kiev restructuring deal for its 3 billion dollar loan

    Moscow proposes Kiev restructuring deal for its 3 billion dollar loan …read more Source:...

    The Big Green Tent and the Subversive Power of Books
    Nov17

    The Big Green Tent and the Subversive Power of Books

    Angie WangT he big green tent revolves around banned books, a subject familiar to Ludmila Ulitskaya, one of Russia’s most acclaimed writers and, at 72, an outspoken protester against the Putin regime. Back in 1970, she was a young biologist who got fired from the Institute of General Genetics at the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences for...