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    Syria and Ukraine: two fronts in Russian war for influence
    Oct01

    Syria and Ukraine: two fronts in Russian war for influence

    By Robin Emmott and Phil Stewart BRUSSELS/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Russia’s air strikes in Syria are in part designed to extract concessions… …read more Source:...

    Syria and Ukraine: two fronts in Russian war for influence
    Oct01

    Syria and Ukraine: two fronts in Russian war for influence

    The Kremlin says Russian air strikes are targeting “well-known” terrorist organization inside Syria.Russian warplanes target insurgents in Syria but not Islamic StateU.S. questions targets of Russian air strikes in SyriaRussia begins Syria air strikes in its biggest Mideast intervention in decadesPowers struggle to agree on Syria;...

    Syria and Ukraine: two fronts in Russian war for influence
    Oct01

    Syria and Ukraine: two fronts in Russian war for influence

    Russia’s air strikes in Syria are in part designed to extract concessions from the West over Ukraine by making Moscow a key player in any attempts by world powers to hammer out a post-conflict settlement in Damascus, some Western officials believe. …read more Source: Channel...

    Lithuania and Ukraine renew science and technology co-op agreement
    Oct01

    Lithuania and Ukraine renew science and technology co-op agreement

    Lithuania and Ukraine have signed an agreement on cooperation in the area of science and technology (S&T) in 2016-2020, writes LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Russian Investment Slows Amid Economic Uncertainty, Military Action In Ukraine And Syria
    Oct01

    Russian Investment Slows Amid Economic Uncertainty, Military Action In Ukraine And Syria

    As Russian airstrikes in Syria continued Thursday, investors in Russia put a hold on their plans as uncertainty over the ruble, low oil prices and sanctions continued. While capital investment has declined in Russia this year, corporate profits have risen. But many businesses were still unwilling to invest, Bloomberg reported. …read more...

    The number of the companies participating in DigiTec Expo has increased by 70 percent
    Oct01

    The number of the companies participating in DigiTec Expo has increased by 70 percent

    The 11-th annual DigiTec technological exhibition starts on October 2. This year DigiTec is exceptional in both the broad geography and the number of the participating companies. The three-day international exhibition, which is entitled “Fest for technological Armenians”, will bring together about 170 companies and 40 000 visitors under one roof....

    Putin in Syria Is Just Like Putin in Ukraine
    Oct01

    Putin in Syria Is Just Like Putin in Ukraine

    Russia is fighting its new war using the same tricks as in the last. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine-Russia Conflict 2015: US To Send Radar Technology To Ukrainian Military
    Oct01

    Ukraine-Russia Conflict 2015: US To Send Radar Technology To Ukrainian Military

    U.S. President Barack Obama authorized a deal to send $20 million in radar technology to Ukraine, Business Insider reported Wednesday. The Pentagon had been discussing the radar for months, and it wasn’t until after a high-profile meeting between Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin that Obama decided to finalize the deal. …read...

    Ukraine to pull out small-caliber weapons from war-torn east
    Oct01

    Ukraine to pull out small-caliber weapons from war-torn east

    MINSK, Belarus (AP) – Ukrainian government forces will pull out small-caliber weapons from the war-torn east in two days’ time if the cease-fire holds, the defense minister said on Thursday. A military conflict between government forces and Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine has been raging since April 2014, leaving more...

    Ukraine to pull out small-caliber weapons from war-torn east after rebels agree to deal
    Oct01

    Ukraine to pull out small-caliber weapons from war-torn east after rebels agree to deal

    Ukrainian government forces will pull out small-caliber weapons from the war-torn east in two days’ time if the cease-fire holds, the defense minister said on Thursday. …read more Source: FOX...