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South Korea Still Hopes for High-Level Talks with Pyongyang Later This Month
South Korea Still Hopes for High-Level Talks with Pyongyang Later This Month
today  | rian
MOSCOW, October 20 (RIA Novosti)  - Seoul has proposed another round of vice-ministerial talks for October 30, the country’s largest news agency Yonhap reports, adding Read more »
Dutch Defense Ministry Says ‘Suspicious Object’ Sought by Sweden Not Dutch Submarine
Dutch Defense Ministry Says ‘Suspicious Object’ Sought by Sweden Not Dutch Submarine
today  | rian
MOSCOW, October 20 (RIA Novosti) - The suspected foreign submarine observed in the Stockholm archipelago does not belong to the Dutch Navy, a spokesperson for the Dutch Ministry Read more »
Nigeria Officially Ebola Free: WHO
Nigeria Officially Ebola Free: WHO
today  | rian
MOSCOW, October 20 (RIA Novosti) - The World Health Organization (WHO) declared Nigeria free of Ebola virus at a news conference in the country's capital on Monday. Nigeria was Read more »
Ashton: EU Countries Contribute $638Mln to Fund Fight Against Ebola
Ashton: EU Countries Contribute $638Mln to Fund Fight Against Ebola
today  | rian
BRUSSELS, October 20 (RIA Novosti) – The EU member states have already allocated 500 million euros ($638 million) to combat the Ebola virus outbreak, Catherine Ashton, EU Read more »
Deceptive appearances: seeing looks in a new light
Deceptive appearances: seeing looks in a new light
today  | dw-world
Too ugly, too fat, too tiny - are your looks holding you back? Perhaps what’s really stopping you is how you feel about them. Don't despair: There are several people trying Read more »
Single parents gain on 'traditional' German families
Single parents gain on 'traditional' German families
today  | dw-world
According to the German Federal Office for Statistics, 70 percent of families have a "classic structure" of married parents with a least one child. Since 1996, the Read more »
Lavrov Says PACE Regrets Decision to Deprive Russia of Voting Rights
Lavrov Says PACE Regrets Decision to Deprive Russia of Voting Rights
today  | rian
MOSCOW, October 20 (RIA Novosti) - The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) is regretting its decision to deprive the Russian delegation of its voting rights, Read more »
Lithuania Sees No Reason for EU to Ease Anti-Russian Sanctions: Prime Minister
Lithuania Sees No Reason for EU to Ease Anti-Russian Sanctions: Prime Minister
today  | rian
LUXEMBOURG, October 20 (RIA Novosti) – The European Union is not going to reverse its sanction policy in relation to Russia, Lithuanian Prime Minister Linas Antanas Read more »
Lavrov: No Need for NATO Presence in Arctic
Lavrov: No Need for NATO Presence in Arctic
today  | rian
MOSCOW, October 20 (RIA Novosti) – NATO presence in the Arctic Region is unnecessary, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Monday. “NATO doctrines and analysis Read more »
EU talks Ebola in Luxembourg as Spain nurse beats virus
EU talks Ebola in Luxembourg as Spain nurse beats virus
today  | dw-world
EU foreign ministers are gathering in Luxembourg to discuss Ebola. Despite allegations that authorities had mishandled her care, a nurse in Spain has tested negative for Ebola Read more »
Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Wins WTA Kremlin Cup
Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Wins WTA Kremlin Cup
today  | rian
MOSCOW, October 20 (RIA Novosti) - Russia’s sixth seed contender Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova has beat Romanian Irina-Camelia Begu in the final round of the Kremlin Cup Read more »
Lavrov: Moscow Believes US Continuing to Use Ukraine 'to Put Russia in Its Place'
Lavrov: Moscow Believes US Continuing to Use Ukraine 'to Put Russia in Its Place'
today  | rian
MOSCOW, October 20 (RIA Novosti) – Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Monday said the United States is continuing its attempts to use the situation in Ukraine Read more »


IBM to shed loss-making semiconductor unit
IBM to shed loss-making semiconductor unit
today  | dw-world
International Business Machines (IBM) has struck a deal to get rid of its unprofitable chip-making unit, media reports have claimed. They said the recipient would be investment Read more »
Lufthansa strike to become an international affair
Lufthansa strike to become an international affair
today  | dw-world
Lufthansa's long-haul pilots will join the action with their short- and medium-leg colleagues over changes to their retirement plans. Long-haul flights had originally been Read more »
Comet hurtles past Mars in rare celestial event
Comet hurtles past Mars in rare celestial event
today  | dw-world
A comet scraped past Mars on Sunday in what scientists called a once-in-a-million-years encounter. NASA documented the rare event, and it's hoped the data will shed light on the Read more »
Hamburg and Hoffenheim drew, Paderborn beat Frankfurt
Hamburg and Hoffenheim drew, Paderborn beat Frankfurt
today  | dw-world
Bundesliga minnows Paderborn claimed another big victim, coming from behind to beat Frankfurt 3-1. Earlier, Hoffenheim's draw with Hamburg means they become one of four teams to Read more »
Ukraine Saves $500 Million on Reverse Gas Flow From Europe: Ukrainian Prime Minister
Ukraine Saves $500 Million on Reverse Gas Flow From Europe: Ukrainian Prime Minister
Sun. 19 October, 2014  | rian
KIEV, October 19 (RIA Novosti) - Ukraine has saved some $500 million on replacing Russian gas supplies with reverse flows from Europe, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk Read more »
Serena Williams Not Impressed With “Williams Brothers” Comment
Serena Williams Not Impressed With “Williams Brothers” Comment
Sun. 19 October, 2014  | rian
MOSCOW, October 19 (RIA Novosti) – Serena Williams supports the one-year suspension of the head of the Russian Tennis Federation Shamil Tarpischev, who had earlier referred Read more »
Online reviews: Pillory or consumer protection?
Sat. 7 June, 2014  | dw-world
Anonymous online reviews are a great help for users, but they can severely damage the reviewed party. One doctor took an evaluation site to court to get the name of a reviewer. Read more »
Moldova, the 51st State?
Moldova, the 51st State?
Fri. 27 December, 2013  | nytimes
Here in Moldova, we’re not much impressed by the news from Ukraine. The citizens of Kiev smashed a statue of Lenin to protest their president’s reluctance to cuddle up Read more »
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