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    Yandex to close its offices in Ukraine
    Jun01

    Yandex to close its offices in Ukraine

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    Murray battles past Klizan to set up Del Potro blockbuster
    Jun01

    Murray battles past Klizan to set up Del Potro blockbuster

    World number one Andy Murray set up a French Open blockbuster against Juan Martin del Potro yesterday, the latest chapter in what has developed into an epic rivalry.Murray, the 2016 runner-up, reached the third round with a bruising 6-7 (3/7), 6-2, 6-2, 7-6 (7/3) win over Martin Klizan of Slovakia.Del Potro, playing in Paris for the first time in...

    Putin, Modi talk up trade at Russia’s economic showcase
    Jun01

    Putin, Modi talk up trade at Russia’s economic showcase

    SAINT PETERSBURG (AFP) – Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian premier Narendra Modi looked to bolster declining trade Thursday, as the defiant Russian strongman sought to burnish a fragile recovery at the Kremlins economic showcase despite tensions with the West.Among the deals Modi and Putin oversaw on the third leg of the Indian...

    Putin hosts Modi at Russia economic forum
    Jun01

    Putin hosts Modi at Russia economic forum

    Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday hosted Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the Kremlin’s annual economic forum, as Moscow looks to burnish a fragile recovery despite tensions with the West.Modi and Putin met on the third leg of the Indian leader’s four-nation tour of Europe with the pair looking to bolster...

    Nigel Farage, the mind behind Brexit, is now an FBI “person of interest” in Trump-Russia
    Jun01

    Nigel Farage, the mind behind Brexit, is now an FBI “person of interest” in Trump-Russia

    Et tu, Nigel? The FBI’s Trump-Russia investigation appears to have taken another profoundly weird turn. Nigel Farage, the far-right British politician who played a leading role in the vote to leave the European Union, is now apparently being investigated by the bureau. The Guardian reported on Thursday that Farage is a “person of interest”...

    Gazprom Loses Court Battle With Ukraine
    Jun01

    Gazprom Loses Court Battle With Ukraine

    Ukraine got a much-needed victory in international arbitration court this week, after the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce ruled that Ukraine’s state-owned gas company Naftogaz had the right to re-export Gazprom supplies. The court also shot down Gazprom’s “take-or-pay” contracts, which require customers to...

    Finance: A company owned by Microsoft’s cofounder just unveiled the biggest plane in the world
    Jun01

    Finance: A company owned by Microsoft’s cofounder just unveiled the biggest plane in the world

    Paul Allen's Stratolaunch plane rests on 28 tires, weighs 500,000 pounds, and has a 385-foot wingspan. For decades, Ukraine’s Antonov An-225 has reigned supreme as the largest plane in the world. That is, until now. On Wednesday, Stratolaunch rolled its low-orbit-launch aircraft out of the company’s hangar in the California...

    Russian Envoy Warns Moscow Will Respond To NATO’s Eastern Boost
    Jun01

    Russian Envoy Warns Moscow Will Respond To NATO’s Eastern Boost

    Russia’s ambassador to NATO says Moscow will respond to the alliance’s military deployment in Eastern members. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Putin hosts Modi at Russia’s economic showcase
    Jun01

    Putin hosts Modi at Russia’s economic showcase

    Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted Indian premier Narendra Modi on Thursday on the sidelines of the Kremlin’s annual economic forum, as Moscow looks to burnish a fragile recovery despite tensions with the West. Modi and Putin met on the third leg of the Indian leader’s four-nation tour of Europe with the pair looking to bolster...

    Russia questions NATO plan for increased spending
    Jun01

    Russia questions NATO plan for increased spending

    What exactly are European NATO allies going to do with all those new weapons? That was the question from Russia’s ambassador to NATO, Alexander Grushko, as he cast doubt on the need for European members of the alliance to increase their military spending, as demanded by U.S. President Donald Trump. In a briefing with reporters Thursday,...