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    Arman Navasardyan. “The extremists said, you began shelling the ranks of our “Islamic state””
    Nov16

    Arman Navasardyan. “The extremists said, you began shelling the ranks of our “Islamic state””

    The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Armen Navasardyan, in an interview with the journalist of Aravot.am, referring to the terrorist attack in Paris, noted that the fact that hundreds of thousands of people intruded Europe played a major role and the Europeans approached this issue too carelessly. “What was the excuse to France? The...

    Syria’s civil war now Europe’s war after Paris attacks
    Nov16

    Syria’s civil war now Europe’s war after Paris attacks

    LONDON (AP) — What started as a distant civil war in Syria, with rebel factions challenging the authoritarian government of President Bashar Assad, has become Europe’s war, with no easy end in sight.Although Assad still clings to power, four-and-a-half years of conflict have turned Syria into a failed state, providing a haven for Islamic...

    Hollande Pressed to Amend Foreign Policy After Paris Attacks
    Nov16

    Hollande Pressed to Amend Foreign Policy After Paris Attacks

    French President Francois Hollande is under pressure to change policy in Syria’s civil war and work more closely with Russia after a wave of deadly attacks in Paris but he seems determined to stick to his guns and escalate military action. France has become arguably the most exposed Western nation to Islamist militants because of its...

    Syria’s civil war now Europe’s war after Paris attacks
    Nov16

    Syria’s civil war now Europe’s war after Paris attacks

    Mounted police pass under the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Monday, Nov. 16, 2015. France is urging its European partners to move swiftly to boost intelligence sharing, fight arms trafficking and terror financing, and strengthen border security in the wake of the Paris attacks. Photo: AP LONDON: What started as a distant civil war in Syria, with rebel...

    Syria’s civil war now Europe’s war after Paris attacks
    Nov16

    Syria’s civil war now Europe’s war after Paris attacks

    LONDON (AP) — What started as a distant civil war in Syria, with rebel factions challenging the authoritarian government of President Bashar Assad, has become Europe’s war, with no easy end in sight. The coordinated attacks in Paris brought suicide bombing to France for the first time and left 129 dead, driving home the dangers of having an...

    Russia Follows Disastrous U.S. Script to Intervene In Syria
    Nov16

    Russia Follows Disastrous U.S. Script to Intervene In Syria

    Vladimir Putin opened a new game of high stakes geopolitical poker. He is using military force to support Syria’s President Bashar Assad and counter U.S. backing for Assad’s opponents. Russia’s intervention almost certainly will turn out badly — apparently losing an airliner likely is just the start — but Washington...

    Ukraine To Return Artillery To Front Line If Situation Escalates
    Nov16

    Ukraine To Return Artillery To Front Line If Situation Escalates

    Ukraine’s military says it will be “forced to return artillery and mortars” to its eastern front line if fighting in the country’s east escalates further. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia Makes Proposal to IMF on Kiev’s $3 Billion Debt to Moscow: Minister
    Nov16

    Russia Makes Proposal to IMF on Kiev’s $3 Billion Debt to Moscow: Minister

    Russia has made a proposal to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) over its $3-billion debt dispute with Ukraine, the country’s finance minister said at the G20 Summit today. …read more Source:...

    Klitschko Leads in Second Round of Kyiv Mayoral Election
    Nov16

    Klitschko Leads in Second Round of Kyiv Mayoral Election

    Current mayor of Kyiv, Poroshenko Bloc candidate Vitalii Klitschko leads in the second round of mayoral election. …read more Source:...

    Only on AP: A Soviet sprinter who said no to steroids
    Nov16

    Only on AP: A Soviet sprinter who said no to steroids

    TBILISI, Georgia (AP) — The story of my close call with doping in the Soviet Union began in 1967, when I was 17 and had just returned home from training camp, deeply disappointed not to have made the national youth track team.I was the 100-meter and 400-meter champion for runners 17 or younger in Georgia, which at the time was one of the 15...