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      Wagner to pay $304,800 to 2 Russians freed in Libya 
      Dec16

      Wagner to pay $304,800 to 2 Russians freed in Libya 

      Russia’s private security company, Wagner, yesterday said it intended to pay 18 million Russian rubles ($304,855) to two of its members who were arrested in Libya on espionage charges in 2019 and were released last week. The announcement came in a statement issued by Concord Management and Consulting, which is being run by the Russian...

      Clashes Erupt between Ukraine Police, Anti-Lockdown Protesters in Kiev (+Video)
      Dec16

      Clashes Erupt between Ukraine Police, Anti-Lockdown Protesters in Kiev (+Video)

      TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Police officers suffered chemical burns to the eyes as a large rally against coronavirus restrictions held in the Ukrainian capital Kiev grew out of control on Tuesday. …read more Source:: Tasnim News...

      Canada says Iran should not lead investigation on downed Ukrainian plane
      Dec16

      Canada says Iran should not lead investigation on downed Ukrainian plane

      An independent Canadian report published Tuesday into a Kiev-bound passenger plane mistakenly shot down by Iran in January said Tehran should not be allowed to investigate itself and called for changes to civil aviation rules.:US President-elect Biden taps former rival Buttigieg for transportation secretaryUS designates Iran-backed Bahrain-based...

      Iran not properly conducting investigation into airliner crash: Report
      Dec15

      Iran not properly conducting investigation into airliner crash: Report

      Iran is not conducting its probe into the downing of a civilian airliner in January properly and many questions remain unanswered, an independent Canadian report into the tragedy said on Tuesday.For the latest headlines, : Iran tells passengers they can sue US for endangering flightSweden says Iran has denied access to detained dissident Habib...

      First Russian post-Soviet passenger plane with domestic-built engines takes flight
      Dec15

      First Russian post-Soviet passenger plane with domestic-built engines takes flight

      Russia flew a new passenger airliner with domestically-built engines for the first time since the Soviet era on Tuesday, the start of what it hopes will be a revival of a civil aviation industry to challenge Boeing and Airbus.For all the latest headlines : US slaps sanctions on Turkey over Russia’s S-400 air defense system purchaseRussia...

      Trump: Very disappointed with A-G Barr, he should have acted
      Dec13

      Trump: Very disappointed with A-G Barr, he should have acted

      President Trump says Biden lied about his son’s involvement in Ukraine deal on the debate stage, blames A-G for remaining silent. …read more Source:: Arutz...

      Russia, which annexed Crimea, concerned over US Western Sahara stance
      Dec13

      Russia, which annexed Crimea, concerned over US Western Sahara stance

      “This new position of the United States could dramatically impede UN efforts to promote the Settlement Plan for Western Sahara.” …read more Source:: The Jerusalem...

      Will Turkish drones help Ukraine reclaim territory?
      Dec11

      Will Turkish drones help Ukraine reclaim territory?

      As the Ukrainian news media buzzes with speculation that Ukraine may be planning to reclaim control of Donbass by Turkish drones, direct involvement by Turkey in the Ukraine-Russia conflict would cost Ankara dearly in its relations with Moscow. …read more Source::...

      Official: Ukraine wants to expand trade with Turkey
      Dec11

      Official: Ukraine wants to expand trade with Turkey

      Ukraine, Turkey very close to completing free trade agreement, says Ukrainian deputy economy minister …read more Source:: Anadolu...

      Newsdeck: EU leaders agree to extend Russia sanctions again
      Dec10

      Newsdeck: EU leaders agree to extend Russia sanctions again

      BRUSSELS, Dec 10 (Reuters) – European Union leaders agreed on Thursday to extend economic sanctions imposed on Russia for its intervention in Ukraine by another six months, a spokesman for European Council President Charles Michel said. …read more Source:: Daily...