Russia, Argentina may increase bilateral trade to three billion dollars in 2015 thanks to energy projects and food supply. Russia would expand its presence in Argentinean energy sector, will build a fifth nuclear power plant in Argentina.
Ukraine has large uranium deposits, nuclear power plants, ability to enrich nuclear fuel; produced ballistic missiles in Soviet times may create a nuclear bomb. “Ukrainian Defence Minister Valery Geletei’s statement that Ukraine may regain status of a nuclear power and create weapons of mass destruction.
US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has told senators that the United States is “at war” with ISIL terrorists in Syria and Iraq, added that ISIL will “directly threaten our homeland and our allies” unless the United States confronts the group militarily.
A rally outside the Ukrainian Parliament building has turned violent as activists set tires on fire. Meanwhile, MPs have adopted a law that bans the closest allies of Ukraine’s deposed President Yanukovich from politics.
Swiss village angery over supporting one refugee family. a mother from Eritrea, seven children, authorities aim to increase taxes. 1,000 people live in village of Hagenbuch, spend 60,000 Swiss francs US$64,000 euro) a month on the family, 30 percent of monthly expenses for entire village, assisting the woman with groceries shopping, cooking and cleaning.
The Ukrainian parliament has approved laws on special status for the Donetsk and Lugansk Regions, as well as amnesty for those participating in the hostilities.
Bill Clinton has been recorded going off-message and criticising the Israeli government’s unwillingness to seek peace with Palestinians in unguarded comments that contrast with other leading Democrats, including his wife, potential presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Michigan mother says that she is devastated because Kalamazoo County is foreclosing on her home after brain bruises from a car accident caused her to miss a single tax payment two years ago. Deborah Calley paid cash for her home in 2010. offered to pay her back taxes, county has said that it is now too late.
Snowden “I routinely came across the communications off New Zealanders. NSA plugged into undersea Southern Cross cable, which “carries majority of Internet traffic between New Zealand and rest of the world.” allow access to data from Australia, and via Australia to large parts of Asia.
Why has Nestlé, who owns a baby-formula producing company called Gerber, removed GMOs (genetically modified organisms) from baby foods and formulas in South Africa and not in the United States? Perhaps because South African parents are more vocal than Americans
Argentinean farmers have increased their levels of herbicide spraying of crops, and the results don’t look good. A huge increase in cancer incidence is being reported in Argentina linked directly to areas of heavy GMO crop engineering and high biotech herbicide use.
36 children were reported to have died excruciating deaths last night after receiving tainted measles vaccines under a UN-sponsored programme in the rebel-held north of Syria.
The International Franchise Association (IFA) is flying fast food store owners and other franchisees into Washington on Tuesday to drum up congressional opposition to a recent legal decision that could make corporations liable for how franchise employees are treated.
The Pentagon plans to train and arm 5,000 militants in Syria as part of the Obama administration’s long-term strategy to confront the ISIL terrorist organization. Obama requested $500 million from Congress to train and equip what Washington calls moderate militants fighting government of Syrian President Assad and ISIL militants.
Iran has refused an offer from the United States to join a global alliance preparing to combat Islamic State militants, according to Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
There is no such thing as a ‘good’ terrorist, and we call on other nations not to show their political ambitions while fighting with terrorism, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said during a Paris conference on Iraq. 30 countries took part in the event. Criticized move not to invite Syria and Iran.
The combat dolphins are trained for military duties at the Crimean State Oceanarium. Trained to hunt for mines, plant bombs on hostile ships or attack enemy divers with special knives or pistols fixed to their heads. Schooled for anti-sabotage and rescue missions.
US Congress to vote this week on Obama administration’s request for authorization to train and arm “rebel” forces in Syria fighting government of President al-Assad, overwhelming approval expected in both the Democratic-controlled Senate and Republican-controlled House of Representatives.
Obama administration putting together a “coalition of the willing” to ramp up its new war of aggression in the Middle East. Using pretext of “degrading and destroying” Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militias, plans directed at ousting Syrian President al-Assad also aimed against Syria’s backers, Iran and Russia.
According to the U.S. Treasury, the federal government has officially run a deficit of 589 billion dollars for the first 11 months of fiscal year 2014. U.S. national debt has actually grown by more than a trillion dollars in less than 12 months.
A US-led military maneuver has begun in western Ukraine, amid continued fighting between government troops and pro-Russian forces in the country’s east. The military drill, dubbed “Rapid Trident 14,” started early Monday near Ukraine’s border with Poland and involves 1,300 troops from over a dozen countries.
At least 10 people have been killed during fresh clashes in war-torn eastern Ukraine over the last 48-hours. 15 people were wounded by artillery shell shrapnel.Donetsk have been under artillery fire since Sunday which has severely damaged residential and administrative buildings.
Scotland will vote in a country-wide referendum Thursday either to stay part of the U.K. or reclaim its independence after 307 years.Most of the North Sea’s oil and gas reserves lie north and east of Scotland, and those resources have continued to fuel the Scottish people’s hopes of independence.
President of the National Palestinian Unity Government Mahmoud Abbas has halted government attempts to try Israel at the International Criminal Court for war crimes particularly those committed in Gaza. Abbas says the move is necessary to relaunch negotiations with Israel.
Russell Pearce, the first vice-chair of the state’s Republican Party resigned from his statewide position after calling for the forced sterilization of women on welfare. “You put me in charge of Medicaid,first thing I’d do is get birth-control implants, or tubal ligations,” test recipients for drugs and alcohol.
Earlier this year, Konstantin Biryulin, deputy head of the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation, told ITAR-TASS that Russia had completed the delivery of 100 T-90S tanks to Azerbaijan in April of this year and as many tanks could be supplied to that country again.
. Egypt plans to increase export of fruits and vegetables to Russia amid Moscow’s embargo on the imported Western food, Egyptian Minister of Trade Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour said Monday.
The European Union does not recognize elections in the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol,; EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton. "The European Union continues to condemn the illegal annexation of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the City of Sevastopol by the Russian Federation.
Ukrainian army lost 107 men in battles near Ilovaisk, the Donetsk region; Ukrainian Defense Minister Valery Geletei. Several battalions of Ukrainian army, the National Guard and voluntary battalions were surrounded by militias fighting for the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics.
Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov: We believe, that we can reach the deficit-free budget in the current year, give or take the tenths, but for the present time we see an opportunity to finish the budget deficit-free, which is truly very important,"
RIA Novosti: The much-anticipated prisoner swap between Ukrainian security forces and militia in the republic of Donetsk is underway. The swap follows ceasefire agreement; agreed to exchange all captives held by Kiev and militias.
On September 18 Scotland will vote on whether it wants to split away from the United Kingdom,end its 307-year dependence on London, “yes” vote threatening to strip the UK of some of its key defense facilities and significantly shrink its population and landmass, decreasing its international influence.
Upland resident Fernand Bogman: "It's hard for me to pour bucketss of water to keep grass, green,"the city, disagrees, charged Bogman $1,238 in fines also faces a misdemeanor for failing to follow city code. Code enforcement cited Bogman for failing to maintain his lawn ordered him to take action.
Americans 5 percent of the global populationconsume 80 percent of the global supply of painkillers. prescription drug overdose now the leading cause of preventable death in America, exceedinge death rate from car accidents. Some of the most abused are high-level meds like oxycodone, which comes from a class of drugs known as opioids.
Cargill Inc, the top US grain exporter, sued Syngenta AG in a Louisiana state court for damages from China's rejection of genetically modified US corn, Cargill said cost the company $90 million. Cargill accuses Syngenta of exposing the grain trader to losses by selling the seeds to American farmers before the Swiss company had secured approval from China.
NATO member states have started supplying weapons to Ukraine, the country’s Defense Minister said on TV. His comments came a few days after a similar statement by a Ukrainian presidential aide sparked a diplomatic scandal and a rash of denials.
Marijuana has become pretty normal in America. people still getting dragged off to jail for possession. According to FBI estimates, about 750,000 people were arrested for marijuana-related offenses in 2012. The vast majority of them were for simple possession.
The new sanctions against Russia announced by Washington and Europe do not make sense as merely economic measures. I would be surprised if Russian oil and military industries were dependent on European capital markets in a meaningful way. Such a dependence would indicate a failure in Russian strategic thinking.
With weak job growth, rising poverty, it’s an idea that is gaining more credence. Arguments for a universal basic income (UBI) in which everyone without exception would receive an equal stipend Advocates of UBI see it as more effective means of reducing poverty and shrinking the inequality gap. Politics of the issue are not favorable.
The Syrian government and its close allies in Moscow and Tehran warned Barack Obama that an offensive against Islamic State (Isis) within Syria would violate international law hours after the US president announced he was authorising an open-ended campaign of air strikes against militants on both sides of the border with Iraq.
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