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    Putin holds first talks with Western leaders since Syria strikes
    Oct02

    Putin holds first talks with Western leaders since Syria strikes

    Russian President Putin, who was originally scheduled to be in Paris for a peace summit on the Ukraine conflict, will probably find the topic of Syrian air strikes on the agenda as well. …read more Source: Channel...

    Merkel has ‘good chance’ of winning Nobel Peace Prize
    Oct02

    Merkel has ‘good chance’ of winning Nobel Peace Prize

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel could win this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, the influential Bild newspaper said Friday, as the leader is lauded worldwide for her courage in opening her country’s doors to refugees fleeing war and persecution. “Chancellor Angela Merkel has a good chance of winning the Nobel Peace Prize,” said...

    OSCE says spots deadly Russian rocket system in Ukraine for first time
    Oct02

    OSCE says spots deadly Russian rocket system in Ukraine for first time

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – International monitors say they have spotted a new kind of Russian weapons system in rebel-held Ukraine this week, possible evidence of Moscow’s continued interest in Ukraine even as it focuses on Syria. …read more Source: The...

    US ‘Using Bulgaria’ to Supply Arms to Ukraine
    Oct02

    US ‘Using Bulgaria’ to Supply Arms to Ukraine

    The United States is delivering arms to Ukraine via Bulgaria, an article on RIA Novosti reads.Bulgaria is also “producing ammunition for the Ukrainian army” with US money, and Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic are ready to take part in similar schemes, the text argues further.Washington is doing so “despite official...

    Russian War Planes Bombs Syria; Russian TV Takes On The U.S.
    Oct02

    Russian War Planes Bombs Syria; Russian TV Takes On The U.S.

    Russian TV stations have updated their message. It’s no longer all about Ukraine. Now it’s all about Syria, and any Western criticism of Russia’s military actions in Syria is dismissed.» E-Mail This …read more Source:...

    Risks of Banking System of Azerbaijan Come from Half of Deposits Placed in Foreign Currency
    Oct02

    Risks of Banking System of Azerbaijan Come from Half of Deposits Placed in Foreign Currency

    BAKU / 02.10.15 / TURAN: Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Nigeria have got to the list of countries with high risks for the banking system. According to the report of Standard & Poor`s, in the case of Azerbaijan it is due to the fact that half of the deposits are placed in foreign currency. “Significant risks are generated by...

    [Ticker] Russian stooge cheats EU blacklist in Poland
    Oct02

    [Ticker] Russian stooge cheats EU blacklist in Poland

    Dmitri Polonski, a vice-premier in Russia-annexed Crimea in Ukraine, this week entered Poland for a meeting of the OSCE peace-monitoring body, despite being on an EU travel ban list. Polish media say he sneaked through customs by using a Russian passport with a slightly different spelling of his name. …read more Source:...

    Leaders meet to consolidate Ukraine’s fragile peace
    Oct02

    Leaders meet to consolidate Ukraine’s fragile peace

    The leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine meet in Paris Friday to consolidate a fragile peace in Ukraine, as the conflict is overshadowed by President Vladimir Putin’s dramatic intervention in Syria’s war …read more Source: The Daily...

    Leaders meet to consolidate Ukraine’s fragile peace
    Oct02

    Leaders meet to consolidate Ukraine’s fragile peace

    The leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine meet in Paris Friday to consolidate a fragile peace in Ukraine, as the conflict is overshadowed by President Vladimir Putin’s dramatic intervention in Syria’s war. …read more Source: The Times of...

    Ukraine peace talks in Paris overshadowed by Syria conflict
    Oct02

    Ukraine peace talks in Paris overshadowed by Syria conflict

    PARIS – The leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine meet in Paris Friday to consolidate a fragile peace in Ukraine, as Moscow — now heavily engaged in the Syria conflict — eyes relief from biting sanctions. …read more Source: Bangkok...