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    Australian Open: After Sania Mirza, Bopanna reaches second round with partner Mergea
    Jan21

    Australian Open: After Sania Mirza, Bopanna reaches second round with partner Mergea

    Indian tennis stars enjoyed comfortable wins in the Australian Open on Thursday as Sania Mirza eased into the second round with partner Martina Hingis while Rohan Bopanna also registered a straight sets win in the men’s doubles first round in Melbourne. Sania’s rampaging run with her Swiss partner continued as the duo stretched its...

    British inquiry to report on ex-spy’s radiation murder
    Jan21

    British inquiry to report on ex-spy’s radiation murder

    Former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko/AFPLondon, Jan 21 – A British judge could point the finger at Russia on Thursday for the radiation poisoning of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko in London as an inquiry into his agonising death publishes its conclusions. The Guardian newspaper reported the inquiry could “find the Russian state liable...

    Australian Open: Men’s doubles first seeds Tecau and Rojer get to a winning start
    Jan21

    Australian Open: Men’s doubles first seeds Tecau and Rojer get to a winning start

    Romanian tennis player Horia Tecau and his doubles partner Jean-Julien Rojer (the Netherlands), the first seeds of the men’s doubles competition of Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the year, qualified on Thursday for the second round of the tournament after defeating Martin Klizan (Slovakia)/ Sergiy Stakhovsky (Ukraine) 7-5, 6-2, in...

    Azerbaijan’s chairmanship in GUAM to bring co-op to higher level
    Jan21

    Azerbaijan’s chairmanship in GUAM to bring co-op to higher level

    Azerbaijan’s chairmanship in the GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development, which brings together Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova, will be dynamic, informative, productive and bring the cooperation within the framework of the organization to a higher level, GUAM Secretary General Altay Efendiyev said in an exclusive...

    NATO Considers Inviting Russia to Formal Talks
    Jan21

    NATO Considers Inviting Russia to Formal Talks

    NATO is discussing whether to invite Russia to their first formal talks since 2014, aiming to put ties damaged by the Ukraine crisis back on an even keel …read more Source: Al-Manar...

    Azerbaijan, Ukraine discuss agricultural cooperation
    Jan21

    Azerbaijan, Ukraine discuss agricultural cooperation

    Azerbaijan and Ukraine have explored ways of developing the bilateral agricultural cooperation as Minister of Agriculture Heydar Asadov met with Ukrainian Ambassador Alexander Mishchenko, AzerTag reports. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine-Georgia-Azerbaijan-Kazakhstan-China experimental train arrives in Georgia
    Jan21

    Ukraine-Georgia-Azerbaijan-Kazakhstan-China experimental train arrives in Georgia

    As earlier reported, the first test train on Ukraine-Georgia-Azerbaijan-Kazakhstan-China route has departed from the Ilichevsk sea port. The 5471 km long route to bypass Russia will be a new direction of Silk Road and an alternative way for delivery of Ukrainian …read more Source: Azerbaijan State News...

    Sajdik: Surkov-Nuland talks helped revitalize talks on Ukraine
    Jan21

    Sajdik: Surkov-Nuland talks helped revitalize talks on Ukraine

    Vladislav Surkov and Victoria Nuland held a six-hour meeting in Kaliningrad Oblast on 15 January. …read more Source:...

    Demining activities in Ukraine’s conflict zone to be over by late March
    Jan21

    Demining activities in Ukraine’s conflict zone to be over by late March

    “Today the working group on security coordinated the date for the completion of the demining activities and the restoration of vital civilian facilities, by 21 March,” said Martin Sajdik. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Hacker Pleads Guilty In Massive ‘Botnet’ Conspiracy 
    Jan21

    Ukrainian Hacker Pleads Guilty In Massive ‘Botnet’ Conspiracy 

    A Ukrainian computer hacker accused of trying to frame a prominent cybersecurity expert has pleaded guilty to using more than 13,000 computers to steal log-in and credit-card data. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...