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    First container train from Ukraine to China passes through Azerbaijan
    Jan24

    First container train from Ukraine to China passes through Azerbaijan

    Trial container train linking Ukraine to China through Black and Caspian Seas departed from Baku Int’l Sea Trade Port to Aktau, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan’s Caspian Shipping Company CJSC said Saturday. …read more Source:...

    Video: Noam Chomsky on the war against ISIS
    Jan24

    Video: Noam Chomsky on the war against ISIS

    (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); In this episode of UpFront, Mehdi Hasan speaks to the renowned American academic Noam Chomsky about his public spat with the Turkish president, the war against ISIL and Russia’s annexation of Crimea.We also look at the ramifications of the Saudi Arabia-Iran feud, and debate the state of...

    Securing Interests: Russia Could Deploy Ground Troops to Crimea ‘if Needed’
    Jan24

    Securing Interests: Russia Could Deploy Ground Troops to Crimea ‘if Needed’

    TEHRAN (FNA)- Amid the rising number of threats, such as NATO’s expansion and Ukraine’s irredentism in the Black Sea region, Russia is building up its military capabilities in Crimea, including the possible deployment of ground troops to the peninsula. …read more Source: Fars News...

    Ukraine Finance Minister Says Deal With Russia Over $3 Billion Debt Still Possible
    Jan23

    Ukraine Finance Minister Says Deal With Russia Over $3 Billion Debt Still Possible

    Ukraine’s finance minister says there is still a chance to avoid a court battle with Russia over $3 billion of debt that Kyiv defaulted on in December. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine issues decision on expanding embargo on goods from Russia
    Jan23

    Ukraine issues decision on expanding embargo on goods from Russia

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    Russian general Igor Sergun dies suddenly after being ‘sent to Syria by Vladimir Putin to ask President Assad to step down’ | Middle East | News
    Jan23

    Russian general Igor Sergun dies suddenly after being ‘sent to Syria by Vladimir Putin to ask President Assad to step down’ | Middle East | News

    A Russian general has died of unknown causes just weeks after reportedly being sent to Syria to negotiate with President Bashar al-Assad. Colonel-General Igor Sergun was the head of Russia’s secretive GRU military intelligence service and Deputy Chief of the armed forces General Staff. The Ministry of Defence gave no information on how or...

    Stimulus hopes pump oil, stocks higher
    Jan23

    Stimulus hopes pump oil, stocks higher

    World stock markets and oil prices rallied Friday, building on the previous day’s recovery sparked by European Central Bank hints of more eurozone stimulus. Tokyo’s Nikkei 225 index got the markets off to a positive start, surging nearly six per cent following a report in the Nikkei business daily that the ank of Japan was considering...

    [Ticker] Soros funds Dutch Yes campaign in Ukraine vote
    Jan23

    [Ticker] Soros funds Dutch Yes campaign in Ukraine vote

    Hungarian-American billionaire George Soros is donating €200,000 to the Yes side in the Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine association agreement, through his Open Society Foundation, Dutch broadcaster NOS reported Friday. Voters will express their opinion about the deal in a non-binding vote on 6 April. …read more Source:...

    Burials begin for Burkina Faso nationals killed by jihadists
    Jan23

    Burials begin for Burkina Faso nationals killed by jihadists

    OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso (AP) — Burials have begun for the 10 Burkina Faso nationals killed in last week’s attack on a cafe and hotel in the capital, Ouagadougou, highlighting the local toll suffered in the latest West African country targeted by Islamic extremists. For many in Ouagadougou, the attack — the first of its kind in Burkina...

    Interpol Explains Removal Of Yanukovych Figures From Public Wanted List
    Jan23

    Interpol Explains Removal Of Yanukovych Figures From Public Wanted List

    Interpol says it has removed the names of several suspects from the time that former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych was in power from its public wanted list in response to a legal complaint Yanukovych has filed. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...