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    Ted Cruz literally will not answer simple questions on Trump’s ties to Russia
    Jul11

    Ted Cruz literally will not answer simple questions on Trump’s ties to Russia

    NBC’s Kasie Hunt pressed the senator in the wake of news of Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russia-linked lawyer. Ted Cruz won’t answer straightforward questions about Trump’s relationship to Russia. Approached by MSNBC’s Kasie Hunt on the Hill this morning, the senator was asked a relatively simple question: “Is Russia...

    Contingency plan designed to deal with rising Congo fever cases
    Jul11

    Contingency plan designed to deal with rising Congo fever cases

    ISLAMABAD: In the wake of recent surge in Crimean Congo Haemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) cases, a contingency plan has been designed for prevention and control of the disease, especially during Eid-ul-Azha because of exposure to tick infected animals and their massive movement. An important meeting was held comprising representatives of the National...

    Ted Cruz, from Mars, says Obama ‘facilitated Russian aggression’ and he’s ‘glad’ Trump isn’t
    Jul11

    Ted Cruz, from Mars, says Obama ‘facilitated Russian aggression’ and he’s ‘glad’ Trump isn’t

    GOP Sen. Ted Cruz full on jumped the shark Tuesday morning on Capitol Hill, trying to sell reporters what sounded like a Kremlin-approved list of talking points to deflect from the scandal now engulfing the very highest levels of the Trump administration. Cruz dismissed Washington’s Russia “obsession” as the “Democratic...

    3 tigers resettled in France after Lebanon rescue
    Jul11

    3 tigers resettled in France after Lebanon rescue

    AFP / by Maya Gebeily | One of three Siberian tigers to be resettled in France growls in a cage at a centre of the Animals Lebanon NGO on June 10, 2017, before they are flown to their new sanctuary -AFP photo EIRUT: Three Siberian tigers rescued in Lebanon from an attempt to smuggle them into war-ravaged Syria were being resettled to France on...

     ECS targets increasing Egypt’s exports by 10%
    Jul11

     ECS targets increasing Egypt’s exports by 10%

    Through its foreign offices in 46 countries, the Egyptian Commercial Service (ECS) aims to increase Egypt’s non-petroleum exports by 10% as part of the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s strategy to promote industrial development and foreign trade of Egypt until 2020, according to Ahmed Antar head of the ECS. Antar told Daily News Egypt...

    Ukraine urges Ryanair to resume flight talks
    Jul11

    Ukraine urges Ryanair to resume flight talks

    Discussions end a month after Ukrainians were offered visa-free travel to EU …read more Source: Financial...

    Belarusian Nobel laureate Sviatlana Alieksijevič hit by a smear campaign
    Jul11

    Belarusian Nobel laureate Sviatlana Alieksijevič hit by a smear campaign

    Sviatlana Alieksijevič, Photo: rfrmo.io On 19 June, the Russian information agency Regnum published a widely discussed interview with Sviatlana Alieksijevič, the 2015 Nobel Prize Winner from Belarus. Despite the fact that Alieksijevič forbade Regnum to publish the interview, the news outlet went ahead and released the article. In a conversation...

    The G20 Is Obsolete
    Jul11

    The G20 Is Obsolete

    The optics at the G20 summit in Hamburg were striking. On the one side, the United States. On the other, 18 nations and the European Union. While the dividing issue was climate change, for many, this symbolized something larger. In a video that instantly went viral, Chris Uhlmann of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation put it pithily: “The G20...

    Greece takes part in NATO “Sea breeze” exercise in Ukraine (videos)
    Jul11

    Greece takes part in NATO “Sea breeze” exercise in Ukraine (videos)

    Three NATO guided missile warships are set to exercise with Ukrainian forces in the Black Sea later this month, a U.S. Navy official told USNI News on Monday. Guided missile destroyer USS Carney (DDG-64) and guided missile cruiser USS Hue City (CG-66) transited the Bosphorus Strait over the weekend and will join 16 other countries as part of SEA...

    Siemens to press criminal charges as Russian-bound turbines head to Crimea
    Jul11

    Siemens to press criminal charges as Russian-bound turbines head to Crimea

    Siemens will open charges on the “responsible individuals” who shipped turbines to Crimea from Southern Russia. Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said Moscow will push ahead to construct two plants in the region.German industrial giant Siemens is set to open criminal charges against those guilty of transferring shipments of gas turbines...