Russia will back the draft resolution proposed by Palestine that sets the datelines for establishment of the State of Palestine, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said Sunday.
The international community must help rebuild the war-torn Gaza Strip and Russia will be actively involved in the reconstruction works, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said Sunday. Russia to help Palestinians as quickly and efficiently as possible to rebuild the Gaza strip.”
Russia paid off a near record $53 billion in foreign debt, sold off dollars to use as capital to stabilize their declining currency, and to protect their primary resource industry from the deflation America caused by dumping excess oil into the market supply.
Russian virologists are planning to introduce vaccines to fight Ebola within the next six months, the country's Health Minister Veronika Skvortsova stated Saturday. Russia has begun the creation of special drugs that will also be used for the prevention and treatment of Ebola.
President Petro Poroshenko on Sunday dismissed Ukraine’s third defense minister since March. The Western-backed leader’s official website said he would nominate a new defense chief.
Russian agricultural workers will soon strengthen their positions in domestic market, and strengthen their international competitive position, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in his best wishes letter to Russian farmers on Agricultural Workers Day. State will double its efforts to create conditions for further rise of agriculture, for secure food provision in the country.
A new US military base in Deveselu, Romania is due to be up and running next year as a part of NATO's overall ballistic missile defense (BMD) system;US Department of the Navy.
A health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital has tested positive for Ebola. The employee helped care for Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States.
British author Nick Kollerstrom hands himself over to Scotland Yard, tells police he is a law-abiding British citizen who has doubts about 9/11 and 7/7 bombings. According to British prime minister Cameron means he is as dangerous as ISIS terrorists, should be arrested. Came to police station to comply with prime minister’s declaration.
Balkan states in both NATO and the EU, such as Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania, joined the US-led coalition. Those non-EU and non-NATO states backing the Western military campaign in Iraq and Syria include Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia.
Romania’s bourgeois elites used crisis instigated by Washington and Berlin in Ukraine to transform the country into a hotbed of imperialist intrigues. They seek to revive nationalist nostrums, previously associated with fascist fringes of society, elevate them to the status of official state policies.
Monsanto’s losses attributed to farmers in major agricultural zones favoring soy over GMO corn because of falling crop prices caused by Syngenta’s release of MIR162 corn, which has been refused by Chinese officials repeatedly which have depressed both local and foreign corn bushel prices.
Russia is moving tactical nuclear weapons systems into recently-annexed Crimea. Obama backing indirect talks with Moscow aimed at cutting U.S. non-strategic nukes in Europe.
Britain and America will hold 'war games' next week to test their response to the collapse of a major bank on either side of the Atlantic. Britain and America will hold 'war games' to test their response to the collapse of a major bank, like Lehman Brothers.
Edward Snowden may not have a Nobel Prize or be able to go home, but he’s got a statue in Manhattan and a blockbuster new documentary, where he tells the behind the scenes story of his decision to go public with terabytes of classified government docs.
Thousands of anti-fracking activists in over dozen countries unite against dirty energy technology, which contaminates groundwater, causes health problems. Over 250 events on all continents taking place, part of Global Frackdown day, targets fracking, technique to extract hydrocarbons by pumping pressurized chemicals underground.
Obama signed into law amendment to Executive Order 13295, redefines who can be quarantined and why. any police officer or ‘health official’ can, without question, on suspicion alone, quarantine someone simply for showing any sign of ‘respiratory illness.
Over 20,000 Kurds have staged a protest rally in Germany against the ISIL Takfiri terrorists’ attacks in Syria. Protest was held in German city of Dusseldorf Saturday, called by several Kurdish organizations to censure assaults by ISIL militants on Kurdish towns in Syria.
US started conducing screening of West African passengers at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport Saturday to halt the spread of Ebola, carried out by teams armed with thermal guns , also ask travelers to fill out relevant questionnaires. Five US airports screening passengers from West Africa.
Single biggest medical force on the Ebola frontline has been Cuba. 165 Cuban health workers arrived in Sierra Leone last week, the first batch of a total of 461. Western governments more focused on stopping the epidemic at their borders than actually stemming it in west Africa.
Iran and Russia plan to establish a joint bank as an effort to multiply bilateral trade and bypass sanctions on the Islamic Republic’s banking sector. “Such a bank would be able to exchange money between the two sides using rials and rubles and put aside dollars, euros and pounds.
The first suspected case of Ebola has been reported in Brazil where a man from Guinea, one of the affected West African countries, was hospitalized overnight with symptoms consistent with the lethal Ebola virus disease; Brazilian Health Ministry.
Islamic State forces have made new gains in Kobani, now controlling about 40 percent of the Syrian town of Kobani on the Turkish border and might well capture it;Deputy US National Security Adviser Tony Blinken.
Japan announced in September it would be returning to the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary next year with a remodeled scientific program. Japan has long taken advantage of a loophole in the International Whaling Commission’s 1986 moratorium on commercial whaling that allows the killing of whales for scientific research, leftover whale products to be sold on the market.
Team used light to erase specific memories in mice. Could control neurons which have been genetically sensitised to light, Hope work will reveal how different parts of the brain work together to retrieve memories.
The Russian parliament has started debating a bill making tattoo artists warn their clients about the possible dangerous consequences of getting inked. The sponsors are especially concerned about women who were getting tattoos in the small of the back.
13 states, District of Columbia plan to cancel policies out of compliance with Affordable Care Act because they don’t offer level of coverage law requires. Virginia hardest hit, 250,000 policies expected to be canceled, higher deductibles and expenses. Voters notified by November 1, right before Nov. 4 elections.
Building cordoned off in Paris Thursday after suspected case of Ebola was reported to authorities. Around sixty people quarantined, while checks are carried out. sick person is from Guinea, countryin West Africa hit by Ebola outbreak, killed thousands.
Panetta: Obama’s measures against Putin were not enough to stop him in Ukraine. "I would have taken very tough positions with regards to Putin."Proposed strong military options over crisis in Ukraine, further “sanctions” against Russia, providing “military aid to Ukraine.”
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called on people in country to remain calm after nurse in capital, Madrid, diagnosed with Ebola. Spain’s health system under fire over safety failures following the news. Spanish premier: government would “provide all information possible to public with total transparency.”
NSA has began sponsoring cybersecurity camps for middle and high school students, teach “low-level programming cybersecurity vulnerabilities are.” “Wireless scavenger hunt”; 10th graders dispatched to hunt down “rogue access points,” eliminate “threats on the Internet.”
The NYPD officer who used his gun to bludgeon an unarmed Brooklyn teenager in the face has been suspended without pay and might be indicted, after video footage of the violent August arrest went public this week.
California state regulators shut down 11 fracking wastewater injection wells last July over concerns that the wastewater might have contaminated aquifers used for drinking water and farm irrigation, the EPA ordered a report within 60 days.
World Bank forecasts that the total economic impact of Ebola could exceed $32 billion. Authorities restricting shipments of goods. Fear of Ebola spreading faster than the virus itself, report describes potentially "catastrophic" economic consequences, including food shortages.
Video has surfaced appearing to show a New York City police officer taking $1,300 from a man who says he was robbed and then pepper-sprayed by the cop during a stop-and-frisk last month that ended without arrest. Brooklyn district attorney’s office investigating allegations of wrongdoing.
Pakistani Defense Minister; Islamabad will “respond to Indian aggression,”insist his country did not want confrontation. India warns Pakistan of retaliation if it doesn’t stop “unprovoked firing” in disputed Kashmir region. 19 killed; soldiers on both sides exchanged fire, worst violence in region in a decade.
1.8 million people in a life-threatening situation UN report on Iraq. Their lives are in danger daily, influx of refugees is putting strain on locals, schools have been delayed from opening. The displaced people are being forced to take shelter wherever they can, often not even blankets for them.
Concern is mounting across the world as the killer Ebola virus is spreading to other continents after claiming almost 4,000 lives in West Africa. More people across the globe are being diagnosed with the deadly Ebola infection, including two cases in the US, one in Spain, and a recent finding in Australia.
Russian Health Ministry: Preventive measures taken in Russia will ensure absolute protection from Ebola entering country. Specialized sanitation and disease control teams would eliminate possibility of it spreading. Russian specialists taking steps toward developing Ebola vaccine currently being tested.
As US officials at the Pentagon discuss providing lethal aid to Ukrainian government forces, Germany has decided not to support a military solution to the civil war, Volker Perthes, the head of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs and adviser to the German government, told RIA Novosti Thursday.
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