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Порошенко заявил, что Россия заплатит высокую цену за авианалеты на Украину

"Совместные учения со странами-членами НАТО "Чистое небо - 2018" нужны для того, чтобы показать, что цена для России, которая будет использ
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Порошенко заявил, что Россия заплатит высокую цену за авианалеты на Украину

"Совместные учения со странами-членами НАТО "Чистое небо - 2018" нужны для того, чтобы показать, что цена для России, которая будет использовать воздушные силы для нападения на Украину, будет очень высокой", - написал украинский лидер в Facebook, комментируя совместные с членами НАТО учения "Чистое небо".

CNN: пропавший саудовский журналист погиб в ходе допроса, который «пошел не так»

Саудовцы готовят доклад, в котором планируют признать, что смерть журналиста наступила в процессе допроса, который, согласно источникам, дол
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CNN: пропавший саудовский журналист погиб в ходе допроса, который «пошел не так»

Саудовцы готовят доклад, в котором планируют признать, что смерть журналиста наступила в процессе допроса, который, согласно источникам, должен был привести к его похищению из Турции и тайной доставке в Саудовскую Аравию. При этом убийство Хашогги не было преднамеренным.

Суд Нью-Йорка отклонил иск о клевете, поданный порнозвездой Сторми Дэниелс к президенту Трампу за его пост в Twitter

Актриса, утверждающая, что люди Трампа угрожали ей, требуя прекратить афишировать их связь, представила "доказательства" угроз - рисунок
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Суд Нью-Йорка отклонил иск о клевете, поданный порнозвездой Сторми Дэниелс к президенту Трампу за его пост в Twitter

Актриса, утверждающая, что люди Трампа угрожали ей, требуя прекратить афишировать их связь, представила "доказательства" угроз - рисунок некоего мужчины. Трамп в Twitter назвал это "скетчем" и сравнил рисунок с фото ее бывшего мужа. Дэниелс сочла это клеветой и подала в суд. Но судья сослался на 1-ю поправку к Конституции о свободе слова.

Венгерским бездомным за ночевку на улице отныне грозит тюрьма

Найденный ночью спящим на лавочке сперва получит предупреждение, однако после четвертого предупреждения нарушителя задержат. Новый закон п
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Венгерским бездомным за ночевку на улице отныне грозит тюрьма

Найденный ночью спящим на лавочке сперва получит предупреждение, однако после четвертого предупреждения нарушителя задержат. Новый закон предписывает бродягам останавливаться в ночлежках, однако, в частности, в Будапеште на 30 тысяч бездомных приходится всего 20 тысяч мест в таких заведениях.

Une soixantaine d’objets d’art canaque vendus aux enchères en Normandie

Une soixantaine de massues, de sculptures et de photos issus d'une collection privée constituée au XIXe siècle ont été mis aux enchères samedi en Normandie
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Une soixantaine d’objets d’art canaque vendus aux enchères en Normandie

Une soixantaine de massues, de sculptures et de photos issus d'une collection privée constituée au XIXe siècle ont été mis aux enchères samedi en Normandie

Messmer de retour à Tahiti

Star du petit écran, l’hypnotiseur d’origine canadienne revient à Tahiti, tout juste un an après s’y être produit une première fois.
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Messmer de retour à Tahiti

Star du petit écran, l’hypnotiseur d’origine canadienne revient à Tahiti, tout juste un an après s’y être produit une première fois.

Ranil to meet Modi

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe will visit New Delhi later this week and meet his counterpart Narendra Modi to discuss bilateral matters, official sources in Colombo said, the Hindu reported.
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Ranil to meet Modi

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe will visit New Delhi later this week and meet his counterpart Narendra Modi to discuss bilateral matters, official sources in Colombo said, the Hindu reported.

Saudis preparing to admit Jamal Khashoggi died during interrogation

The Saudis are preparing a report that will acknowledge that Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death was the result of an interrogation that went wrong, one that was intended to lead to his abduction from Turkey, according to two sources.
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Saudis preparing to admit Jamal Khashoggi died during interrogation

The Saudis are preparing a report that will acknowledge that Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death was the result of an interrogation that went wrong, one that was intended to lead to his abduction from Turkey, according to two sources.

Boralesgamuwa accident: Doctor re-remanded till Oct.30

The doctor, who was involved in the Boralesgamuwa accident in which a Police Inspector was killed, was further remanded till October 30 by the Gangodawila Magistrate today.  
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Boralesgamuwa accident: Doctor re-remanded till Oct.30

The doctor, who was involved in the Boralesgamuwa accident in which a Police Inspector was killed, was further remanded till October 30 by the Gangodawila Magistrate today.  

Special HC summons ‘Ali Roshan’, six others

Colombo Special High Court today issued summons on S.N. Roshan alias ‘Ali Roshan’ and six others to appear in the Court on October 26 over the charges of possessing four elephants without a valid license during the period of 20
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Special HC summons ‘Ali Roshan’, six others

Colombo Special High Court today issued summons on S.N. Roshan alias ‘Ali Roshan’ and six others to appear in the Court on October 26 over the charges of possessing four elephants without a valid license during the period of 2012 to 2015.

I have always maintained integrity, transparency: Jayasuriya

While claiming that he had always maintained integrity and transparency with Cricket related matters, Sanath Jayasuriya, who has been charged under the ICC’s Anti-Corruption Code, said that his legal team was in the process of drafting his response to t
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I have always maintained integrity, transparency: Jayasuriya

While claiming that he had always maintained integrity and transparency with Cricket related matters, Sanath Jayasuriya, who has been charged under the ICC’s Anti-Corruption Code, said that his legal team was in the process of drafting his response to the ICC.

NASA wants to send humans to Venus – here's why that's a brilliant idea

Popular science fiction of the early 20th century depicted Venus as some kind of wonderland of pleasantly warm temperatures, forests, swamps and even dinosaurs. In 1950, the Hayden Planetarium at the American Natural History Museum were soliciting reservation
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NASA wants to send humans to Venus – here's why that's a brilliant idea

Popular science fiction of the early 20th century depicted Venus as some kind of wonderland of pleasantly warm temperatures, forests, swamps and even dinosaurs. In 1950, the Hayden Planetarium at the American Natural History Museum were soliciting reservations for the first space tourism mission, well before the modern era of Blue Origins, SpaceX and Virgin Galactic. All you had to do was supply your address and tick the box for your preferred destination, which included Venus. Today, Venus is unlikely to be a dream destination for aspiring space tourists. As revealed by numerous missions in the last few decades, rather than being a paradise, the planet is a hellish world of infernal temperatures, a corrosive toxic atmosphere and crushing pressures at the surface. Despite this, NASA is currently working on a conceptual manned mission to Venus, named the High Altitude Venus Operational Concept – (HAVOC). But how is such a mission even possible? Temperatures on the planet’s surface (about 460°C) are in fact hotter than Mercury, even though Venus is roughly double the distance from the sun. This is higher than the melting point of many metals including bismuth and lead, which may...

A map for all seasons

Maps are trendy. They show us for what we stand: we tweet, we post, we upload images on our location. Restaurants are located, bus stops are identified, our next house is visited digitally and on site and various other things that now sit quietly on our phone
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A map for all seasons

Maps are trendy. They show us for what we stand: we tweet, we post, we upload images on our location. Restaurants are located, bus stops are identified, our next house is visited digitally and on site and various other things that now sit quietly on our phone, tablet or watch. All based on a map one forgets that even exists and even more so that someone has to create and update it. On top of that someone has to create a series of maps that identify where the bus stops are. It is useless to be told that a stop is 150 metres away when one has no idea which direction to start walking towards. The geographic, social and physical data when brought together on a map create an integrated system known as a spatial infrastructure. In Malta, after 20 years of preparation, the SIntegraM project was born: out of an initiative by experts within the Planning Authority, the University and all the ministries and entities. The Maltese basemap on which all depends for environmental analysis, development planning, laying of new roads, ambulance detours, bus routes and a thousand other applications, is currently undergoing a rebirth. A new basemap will be launched over the next months and...

Films at Citylights

The Cinema Bar by Citylights at 56, St John Street, Valletta, will be showing the films The Fisher King and Animal House today at 6pm and 8.30pm respectively, and another two films – The Outsiders and Alfie tomorrow at 6pm and 8.30pm respectively.
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Films at Citylights

The Cinema Bar by Citylights at 56, St John Street, Valletta, will be showing the films The Fisher King and Animal House today at 6pm and 8.30pm respectively, and another two films – The Outsiders and Alfie tomorrow at 6pm and 8.30pm respectively.

Historic Attard baroque villa granted top protection

An 18th-century baroque villa and its surrounding gardens situated in the Attard village core has been given the highest protection status as a Grade 1 property by the Planning Authority. Villa Barbaro which is a single storey property has been scheduled for
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Historic Attard baroque villa granted top protection

An 18th-century baroque villa and its surrounding gardens situated in the Attard village core has been given the highest protection status as a Grade 1 property by the Planning Authority. Villa Barbaro which is a single storey property has been scheduled for its significant architectural and historical importance, the PA said. The property was built by the Barbaro family as a country retreat residence. Its  imposing wide façade, separated into a number of bays by means of pilasters, is furnished with highly decorated windows. The main entrance is flanked by two Tuscan pilasters which act as supports for an overlying open stone balcony. Immediately surmounting the entrance is a carved putto face and a marble slab inscribed with the original name of the house 'Bello-sguardo Villa Barbaro'. The name is indicative of the rural setting the villa once had and the extensive views it enjoyed. The most renowned and exceptional feature of the property is the enfilade of reception rooms to the left of the main entrance hall which has been architecturally treated by playing with wall thicknesses, so as to create a straight axis eliminating the pronounced façade splay. These three rooms...

Fgura council ordered to pay woman injured by poor pavement

Fgura local council has been ordered to pay damages of €42,736.58 to a former hairdresser who fell while buying vegetables from a street vendor as a result of a poorly-maintained pavement. The incident happened on November 9, 2010 in Triq il-Kitba and the w
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Fgura council ordered to pay woman injured by poor pavement

Fgura local council has been ordered to pay damages of €42,736.58 to a former hairdresser who fell while buying vegetables from a street vendor as a result of a poorly-maintained pavement. The incident happened on November 9, 2010 in Triq il-Kitba and the woman, Sonia Mifsud, sued the council in 2013 after it refused to compensate her. The woman insisted that the council was solely responsible for the incident owing to negligence of its duty to properly maintain the pavement. The woman said that as a result of the incident she fractured a bone in one of her feet and was no longer able to work as a hairdresser in her Vittoriosa shop. The council denied responsibility and said the pavement was in a good state at the time of the incident. The court in its considerations said there was no doubt that the council was responsible for the pavement, and pictures taken at the time of the incident showed that the pavement was in a bad state. In considering the damages, the court observed that the woman had not presented evidence regarding her income as a hairdresser and this alleged income was therefore not being taken into consideration. The court, however, considered caselaw with regard...

South Africa urges to implement South Sudan peace deal

October 15, 2018 (JUBA) - South Africa reaffirmed its support for the implementation of the revitalized peace agreement and called on the parties to abide by its provisions for the benefit of South Sudanese people and the regional stability. In a statement r
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South Africa urges to implement South Sudan peace deal

October 15, 2018 (JUBA) - South Africa reaffirmed its support for the implementation of the revitalized peace agreement and called on the parties to abide by its provisions for the benefit of South Sudanese people and the regional stability. In a statement released in Johannesburg Monday after his meeting with President Salva Kiir on Monday, the South African Deputy President David Mabuza urged the signatories of the IGAD-brokered peace agreement to be committed in their efforts of (...) - News / South Africa

Journalists arrested over protest outside Sudanese parliament

October 15, 2018 (KHARTOUM) - Security authorities in Sudan detained a number journalists for several hours before to release them, Monday. The journalists demonstrated outside the parliament to protest the ban of a colleague from covering the sessions. Th
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Journalists arrested over protest outside Sudanese parliament

October 15, 2018 (KHARTOUM) - Security authorities in Sudan detained a number journalists for several hours before to release them, Monday. The journalists demonstrated outside the parliament to protest the ban of a colleague from covering the sessions. The security agents dispersed a protest by the journalists of Al-Akhbar newspaper in front of the National Assembly in Omdurman, before to arrest nine protesters. The newspaper organised the protest after the parliament officials (...) - News / Sudan

Turkmenistan co-ops with World Customs Organization

A meeting between the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan Rashid Meredov and the Secretary General of the World Customs Organization (WTO) Kunio Mikuriya has taken place in Brussels, the Turkmen Foreign Ministry said in a sta
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Turkmenistan co-ops with World Customs Organization

A meeting between the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan Rashid Meredov and the Secretary General of the World Customs Organization (WTO) Kunio Mikuriya has taken place in Brussels, the Turkmen Foreign Ministry said in a statement. The promising areas of cooperation between Turkmenistan and the World Customs Organization were discussed during the meeting. In particular, the Turkmen side expressed interest in studying and learning the experience of the WTO in improving the organization of customs control at the borders, the message says. Turkmenistan, with its modern infrastructural facilities, is becoming an important part of trade and transport and logistics systems at the regional and international level. The World Customs Organization is an intergovernmental international organization headquartered in Brussels, Belgium. The WTO focuses on the development of international instruments, conventions on such issues as classification of goods, estimation of customs value, rules of origin of goods, customs duties, security of the supply chain, simplification of international trade procedures, the fight against customs offenses and counterfeit goods (protection of intellectual property), and the fight against corruption. The Parliament of Turkmenistan ratified last year an agreement on transit and transport cooperation («Lapis Lazuli»), which was previously signed at the level of senior officials of the Foreign Ministries of Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey It is expected that railways and highways will connect the city of Torghundi in the Afghan province of Herat with Ashgabat, then with the Caspian port of Turkmenbashi. The corridor will extend to Baku, then will pass through Tbilisi and will reach Ankara with branches leading to Poti and Batumi, then will run from Ankara to Istanbul. The project budget, which aims to facilitate transit logistics and to simplify customs procedures, is estimated at $2 billion. The project is designed to increase the economic integration of the region and the volume of trade. Source: Trend

6th meeting of CESDRR Council in Almaty

Bishkek, Oct. 16, 2018. /Kabar/. The sixth meeting of the Council of the Center for Emergency Situations and Disaster Risk Reduction (CESDRR) was held in Almaty, Kazakhstan at the Center with the participation of Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Rep
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6th meeting of CESDRR Council in Almaty

Bishkek, Oct. 16, 2018. /Kabar/. The sixth meeting of the Council of the Center for Emergency Situations and Disaster Risk Reduction (CESDRR) was held in Almaty, Kazakhstan at the Center with the participation of Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan Yuri Ilyin and State Secretary of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Kyrgyzstan Azamat Mambetov,. At the meeting of the Council, the report of the Center for 9 months was discussed and approved, the sing;e Register of forces and means of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan was approved, the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic reported. A joint project of the Center and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) on the development of unmanned aircraft in order to prevent emergencies and eliminate their consequences was presented to the participants of the Council meeting. The members of the Council proposed to intensify the efforts of the sides to further expand the composition of the Center, as well as to use more effectively the Center's potential in the practical implementation of international programs and projects in the field of disaster risk reduction, strengthening preparedness for responding to emergency situations. Following the meeting, a decision of the Council of the Center was signed. On September 14, 2016, an official opening ceremony of the Center for Emergency Situations and Disaster Risk Reduction was held in Almaty. By its status, the Center is a permanently operating intergovernmental body, an international organization established to provide effective mechanisms for mitigating risks of emergency situations and reducing their consequences, jointly reacting through measures agreed by all concerned sides, and stimulating regional and international cooperation.

President of Uzbekistan approves agreement on construction of nuclear power plants with Russia

President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev approved an agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan on cooperation in construction of a nuclear power plant in the territory of the Republic of Uzbe
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President of Uzbekistan approves agreement on construction of nuclear power plants with Russia

President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev approved an agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan on cooperation in construction of a nuclear power plant in the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan on 13 October 2018, Gazeta.uz reported. The document was signed on 7 September 2018 in Moscow following the 19th meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission for Economic Cooperation. Uzbek Prime Minister Abdulla Aripov and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed the agreement. Uzbekistan and the state corporation Rosatom have agreed to build a nuclear power plant (NPP) in the republic. The NPP will consist of two power units with a capacity of 1,200 megawatts each. For the construction of a nuclear power plant, the safest and most modern power unit in the world has been set aside. Its commissioning is scheduled until 2028. Currently, the need for electricity in Uzbekistan is 69 billion kW/h. Almost 85% of this energy is generated by burning gas and coal, the remaining 15% is produced by hydroelectric power plants. 16.5 billion cubic meters of natural gas, 86 thousand tons of fuel oil and 2.3 million tons of coal are consumed to generate electrical energy. A potential site for the construction of nuclear power plants was chosen near Lake Tudakul on the border of Navoi and Bukhara regions. An official visit to Uzbekistan by Russian President Vladimir Putin is scheduled for 18-19 October. Source: UzDaily

100 persons with disabilities in Kyrgyzstan to receive wheelchairs

Bishkek, Oct. 16, 2018. /Kabar/. In Bishkek, on October 17, wheelchairs will be passed to the most needy adults and children with disabilities. A charity campaign was launched in the cooperation with the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) an
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100 persons with disabilities in Kyrgyzstan to receive wheelchairs

Bishkek, Oct. 16, 2018. /Kabar/. In Bishkek, on October 17, wheelchairs will be passed to the most needy adults and children with disabilities. A charity campaign was launched in the cooperation with the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) and the Red Crescent of Kyrgyzstan,, in which 100 people with disabilities in all areas of Kyrgyzstan from among the most vulnerable will be provided with wheelchairs. In addition to standard wheelchairs, 35 special children’s and teen’s wheelchairs will be handed over within the campaign to serve children with cerebral palsy, muscular atrophy and other neurological diseases. This campaign is part of the Toskolduksuz Zhashoo! (“Life without barriers!”) Campaign, initiated by two organizations, which also includes courses for women with disabilities in sewing, as well as training for the elderly with disabilities in computer technologies. The goal of the campaign is to provide persons with disabilities with new opportunities to fulfill themselves, gain new skills and knowledge that will contribute to social integration, strengthen the independence of PWDs, and also provide an opportunity to create a source of income.

Kyrgyzstanis win gold and silver medals at World Armwrestling Championship

Bishkek, Oct. 16, 2018. /Kabar/. The World Armwrestling Championship is held in Turkey, where Kyrgyzstan acquired two medals on the second day, the State Agency of Youth, Physical Education and Sports reported. 1 thousand 203 sportsmen from 54 countries are
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Kyrgyzstanis win gold and silver medals at World Armwrestling Championship

Bishkek, Oct. 16, 2018. /Kabar/. The World Armwrestling Championship is held in Turkey, where Kyrgyzstan acquired two medals on the second day, the State Agency of Youth, Physical Education and Sports reported. 1 thousand 203 sportsmen from 54 countries are taking part in the tournament. On the first day of the competition, Otkur Askhat uulu won a prize for the country, he competed in the weight category up to 50 kg. According to the results of the games, he won the silver medal in left hand competition.

Tanzania drives Africa’s e-money growth

Tanzania has been mentioned as among of the next drivers of high growth in the mobile money operation in the world, after recording highest service’s penetration rate.
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Tanzania drives Africa’s e-money growth

Tanzania has been mentioned as among of the next drivers of high growth in the mobile money operation in the world, after recording highest service’s penetration rate.

EA may lose $6bn due to armyworm: survey

Twelve African countries, including Tanzania, may lose maize yields valued at between $2.48 billion and $6.1 billion within the next five years due to the devastating fall armyworm (FAW).
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EA may lose $6bn due to armyworm: survey

Twelve African countries, including Tanzania, may lose maize yields valued at between $2.48 billion and $6.1 billion within the next five years due to the devastating fall armyworm (FAW).

Mufuruki hails survey, advocates engagement

The chairman of Infotech Investment Group Ltd, Mr Ali Mufuruki, has hailed the Top 100 Midsized Companies Survey and its related award for building the capacity of midsized companies. The initiative has empowered and enabled companies to have audited account
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Mufuruki hails survey, advocates engagement

The chairman of Infotech Investment Group Ltd, Mr Ali Mufuruki, has hailed the Top 100 Midsized Companies Survey and its related award for building the capacity of midsized companies. The initiative has empowered and enabled companies to have audited accounts and leadership structures that are considered vital for sustainability.

US government posts widest deficit since 2012

The U.S. government closed the 2018 fiscal year US$779 billion in the red, its highest deficit in six years, as Republican-led tax cuts pinched revenues and expenses rose on a growing national debt, according to data released on Monday by the Treasury Departm
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US government posts widest deficit since 2012

The U.S. government closed the 2018 fiscal year US$779 billion in the red, its highest deficit in six years, as Republican-led tax cuts pinched revenues and expenses rose on a growing national debt, according to data released on Monday by the Treasury Department.

North Korea slams US for 'evil' sanctions push

North Korea's state media on Tuesday slammed the United States for an "evil" attempt to maintain sanctions against Pyongyang, accusing President Donald Trump of blocking progress in inter-Korean relations.
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North Korea slams US for 'evil' sanctions push

North Korea's state media on Tuesday slammed the United States for an "evil" attempt to maintain sanctions against Pyongyang, accusing President Donald Trump of blocking progress in inter-Korean relations.

Amazon likely to buy 7-8 percent stake in Future Retail: TV

Amazon.com Inc is likely to buy an at least 7 percent to 8 percent stake in India's Future Retail Ltd through an investment arm, CNBC-TV 18 reported, citing sources.
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Amazon likely to buy 7-8 percent stake in Future Retail: TV

Amazon.com Inc is likely to buy an at least 7 percent to 8 percent stake in India's Future Retail Ltd through an investment arm, CNBC-TV 18 reported, citing sources.

Seychelles National Botanical Gardens to benefit from agreement with garden in Germany

An agreement with a botanical garden in Germany will lead to exchanges with scientists, experts and technical personnel. The agreement was signed by the chief executive of Seychelles National Botanical Gardens Foundation, Raymond Brioche, and the Lord Mayor
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Seychelles National Botanical Gardens to benefit from agreement with garden in Germany

An agreement with a botanical garden in Germany will lead to exchanges with scientists, experts and technical personnel. The agreement was signed by the chief executive of Seychelles National Botanical Gardens Foundation, Raymond Brioche, and the Lord Mayor of Dortmund, Ullrich Sierau, in September. The Seychelles National Botanical Gardens and the Botanical Garden Rombergpark will receive support from each other in the fields of horticulture, ecology, education, biodiversity conservation and research. Joint training programmes will be organised for staff and the public in these fields. “The problem that we face here in Seychelles is a lack of human capacity....

Somalia voices support for Saudi Arabia amidst mounting pressure over missing journalist

Mogadishu (HOL) - The Somali government reiterated its full support to Saudi Arabia and voiced opposition against attempts to undermine its sovereignty.
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Somalia voices support for Saudi Arabia amidst mounting pressure over missing journalist

Mogadishu (HOL) - The Somali government reiterated its full support to Saudi Arabia and voiced opposition against attempts to undermine its sovereignty.

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