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Azerbaijan marks Ashura Day

Today, October 12, Azerbaijan commemorates the 10th of Muharram – the Day of Ashura, APA reports.
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Former leader of “DPR” terrorists Igor Strelkov during Thursday’s televised debates with the Russian opposition’s Aleksey Navalny said he had organized the invasion of the Ukra
Jon Huntsman remains the most probable nominee for the post of the next U.S. Ambassador to Russia. After his nomination was put forward by President Donald Trump, it has yet to be approved by the U.S.
A Pennsylvania judge has sentenced a married couple to up to seven years in prison each for “gifting” their daughter, then nine years old, to Lee Kaplan to be his wife. Kaplan was convi
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Former American football star O.J. Simpson was granted his release from prison on Thursday after serving nearly nine years behind bars for armed robbery. A four-member parole board in the western US s
Paris Club became popular in Nigeria in 2005 when the ‘Club’ judged the Federal Government’s economic reforms as far-reaching and focused that it cancelled 60 per cent of the country
A major fire broke out at a waste processing facility of the Ekosistemi company in Zalog near Novo mesto (SE) this afternoon, but the situation is said to be under control. Unlike in the case of the M
Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja The Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, on Thursday met behind closed doors with State governors elected on the platform of the ruling All Progressives Congress. The meeting which
Chester Bennington, the singer of the chart-topping hard rock band Linkin Park, has died in an apparent suicide, the coroner’s office said Thursday. He was 41. Los Angeles authorities were alert
Chester Bennington, the singer of the chart-topping hard rock band Linkin Park, has died in an apparent suicide, the coroner’s office said Thursday. He was 41. Los Angeles authorities were alert
The United States will not accept the results of the so-called elections held on July 19th as affecting the legal status of Nagorno-Karabakh, the U.S. Department of State spokesperson told in response
Logistics operator KLG Europe Logistics targets a nearly 10% increase in its 2017 turnover, to EUR31 million, compared with EUR29 million posted in 2016.
Former American football star O.J. Simpson was granted parole on Thursday after serving nearly nine years behind bars for armed robbery.       Simpson could walk free as early as Octobe
The station will be placed on a hilltop at an elevation of more than 400 meters above sea level
Chester Bennington, lead singer of the band Linkin Park, has committed suicide by hanging, TMZ reports.
  Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja The Federal Government on Thursday presented a draft of the Medium Term Expenditure Framework 2018-2020 to the National Economic Council with a view to getting the contr
The rock star is thought to have hung himself at a private residence in Los Angeles, The Sun reports.
Romania’s state-owned hydropower producer Hidroelectrica will pay entirely the dividends for 2016, in the amount of RON1.035 billion, to its two shareholders, namely, the Energy Ministry, which owns
According to the Center, the space freighter will fire braking engines at about 23:58 p.m. Moscow time
The Government today approved the creation of the Hospital and University Center of the Algarve management structure which will run the region’s hospitals, the Centre for Medicine and Rehabilitation
Chester Bennington, the lead singer of rock band Linkin Park, has died at 41, the Los Angeles County coroner said, AP reports. He was was found hanged, according to TMZ citing law enfor
Disgraced American football star O.J. Simpson — who was acquitted of murdering his ex-wife and her friend, but jailed for armed robbery years later — is expected to be granted his release
Disgraced former American football star O.J. Simpson argued for his release from prison on Thursday after serving nearly nine years behind bars for armed robbery, saying, “I’ve done my tim
Six teenagers that represented Burundi at the First Global robotics challenge in Washington, DC went missing after the competition. Two have been spotted entering Canada, according to p
Survivors of sexual assault have accused the US Air Force Academy of using mental health diagnoses to cover up sex crimes and as a way to force cadets out of the military university. R
The team has been invited by Deputy Defense Minister of the United Arab Emirates Abdullah al-Hashimi
The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a warning against the misuse of AIDS medicine leading to drug resistance, and gradually increased deaths, Press TV reports.
A new monitoring body to counter racism and other forms of discrimination within the Football Union of Russia (FUR) has begun its mission in the domestic championship in preparation for
OMV Petrom on Thursday announced the signing of a contract to sell OMV Petrom Wind Power SRL (Dorobanu Wind Park) to Transeastern Power B.V., a limited liability company registered in the Netherland
With temperatures soaring to 100F (37C), inmates at a jail in St. Louis, Missouri have been begging for help because of a lack of air conditioning. Read Full Article at
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The expanded visa application form came into effect on July 17, 2017
Trade turnover between Ukraine and the European Union in the first quarter of 2017 increased by 21.6%, the press service of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade reported.

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