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    The Nobel Prize and a ‘Monument to Suffering and Courage’
    Oct08

    The Nobel Prize and a ‘Monument to Suffering and Courage’

    Sergei Grits / APThe Belarusian author Svetlana Alexievich has been awarded this year’s Nobel Prize in Literature for her “polyphonic writings, a monument to suffering and courage in our time.” Alexievich, 67, is perhaps best known for Voices from Chernobyl, which told the consequences of the nuclear disaster, and Boys In Zink, which...

    Svetlana Alexievich of Belarus wins Nobel literature prize
    Oct08

    Svetlana Alexievich of Belarus wins Nobel literature prize

    STOCKHOLM (AP) — Belarusian writer Svetlana Alexievich won the Nobel Prize in literature on Thursday for works that the prize judges called “a monument to suffering and courage.” Alexievich, 67, used the skills of a journalist to create literature chronicling the great tragedies of the Soviet Union and its 1991 collapse: World War II, the Soviet...

    Turkey Could Look Elsewhere for Gas Supplies, NPP Builder, Erdogan Tells Russia   
    Oct08

    Turkey Could Look Elsewhere for Gas Supplies, NPP Builder, Erdogan Tells Russia  

    Turkey could receive the natural gas it needs from sources other than Russia, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday amidst mounting tensions between Ankara and Moscow over recent violations of Turkish airspace by Russian warplanes flying bombing missions in Syria, newswires reported. He also warned Russia that Turkey can find a...

    Belarusian Svetlana Alexievich wins Nobel Prize for Literature (Updated)
    Oct08

    Belarusian Svetlana Alexievich wins Nobel Prize for Literature (Updated)

    Belarussian author Svetlana Alexievich has won the Nobel Prize for Literature for her portrayal of life in the former Soviet Union which the Swedish Academy said was “a monument to suffering and courage in our time.” Alexievich’s work includes a series of books called the “Voices of Utopia” about individuals in the former Soviet Union as...

    Immigration Divides Europe
    Oct08

    Immigration Divides Europe

    Turn the pages of TIME’s special report on migrants this week and you’ll see pictures of anguished refugees, of riot police at the barricades, of ordinary Europeans doing their all to help. The human dimension of this story is undeniably compelling. But to understand how a historic migration will change Europe, you need to look past...

    In less than a year a new framework Armenia-EU agreement should be ready. Eduardo Lorenzo Ochoa
    Oct08

    In less than a year a new framework Armenia-EU agreement should be ready. Eduardo Lorenzo Ochoa

    168.am interviewed Mr. Eduardo Lorenzo Ochoa, Director of European Friends of Armenia. – Few days ago analyst of Reuters has authored an article about European neighbourhood policy writing. “The European Union’s dream of building “a ring of friends” from the Caucasus to the Sahara has turned into a nightmare”). Some experts even think that...

    British Group Issues Evidence Russian Buk Shot Down MH17
    Oct08

    British Group Issues Evidence Russian Buk Shot Down MH17

    A British NGO has published a summary report claiming that a Russian Buk surface-to-air missile system shot down a Malaysian Airlines passenger jet on July 17, 2014 over eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people aboard. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Unconvincing Spain eye Euro qualification
    Oct08

    Unconvincing Spain eye Euro qualification

    Madrid (AFP) – Defending champions Spain can seal their place at next year’s European Championships in France when they host minnows Luxembourg in Logrono on Friday.However, Vicente del Bosque’s men are under pressure to produce plenty of goals as well as the three points after an unconvincing campaign that has failed to dispel...

    U.S. Lawmakers Probing Possible Spying Lapses In Russia: Reuters
    Oct08

    U.S. Lawmakers Probing Possible Spying Lapses In Russia: Reuters

    By Mark Hosenball, Phil Stewart and Matt SpetalnickWASHINGTON, Oct 8 (Reuters) – Senior U.S. lawmakers have begun probing possible intelligence lapses over Moscow’s intervention in Syria, concerned that American spy agencies were slow to grasp the scope and intention of Russia’s dramatic military offensive there, U.S....

    Football: Unconvincing Spain eye qualification for Euros
    Oct08

    Football: Unconvincing Spain eye qualification for Euros

    MADRID (AFP) – Defending champions Spain can seal their place at next years European Championships in France when they host minnows Luxembourg in Logrono on Friday.However, Vicente del Bosques men are under pressure to produce plenty of goals as well as the three points after an unconvincing campaign that has failed to dispel the doubts...