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Development of Arctic Council to be discussed at conference opening in Moscow

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The Russian International Affairs Council said that the event continues a detailed study of the international aspects of cooperation in the Arctic region the council began in 2011
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Tolls to use Germany’s autobahn network roads are due to come into force after the country reached an agreement with the European Commission. The initial plan had been to charge all cars on the autoba
The Aso Villa Chapel on Sunday organised its annual end of the year thanksgiving with former Heads of State, Gen. Yakubu Gowon, Olusegun Obasanjo and Ernest Shonekan in attendance. The service which t
The chair of the city council and two journalists have been killed in a shooting in the Finnish town of Imatra, police said, adding that the assailant was immediately arrested. Read Ful
An amended law that toughens penalties for female genital mutilation to up to 15 years in jail has come into effect, the health ministry announced Sunday. Health ministry officials will monitor and ov
Gbenga Odogun, Lokoja A group, representing the Egbira speaking communities in Bassa Local Government Area of Kogi State, has accused the military personnel drafted to quell the ethnic clashes in the
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In a dig at the United States, Pres Putin said the efforts to create a single-pole world had failed, and the multi-pole balance of power is being restored, RIA Novosti reports Dec. 4.
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Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos has announced, on Sunday, at Digi24 private broadcaster, that the Pitesti-Sibiu highway will be finalized in 2012, if things go according to plan.
Major construction companies in KwaZulu-Natal are pushing to have the ringleaders of a Mafia-style business forum jailed for repeatedly shutting down big construction projects.
A French court on Saturday upheld a 25 year prison sentence handed to a former Rwandan intelligence agent jailed in France’s first trial over the African country's 1994 genocide.
Nine children aged between 12 and 14 and two adults were killed in a crash in Russia after a bus was rammed by a truck. The children in the bus belonged to an acrobatics team returning
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Is there collusion between political elites and captains of industry amid state capture, asks Muxe Nkondo
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Relatives of a Durban mother of five claim "blatant negligence" resulted in her death after being treated at two public hospitals.
Fidel Castro’s ashes were taken on Sunday to a cemetery in the cradle of his revolution as Cuba opens a new era without the communist leader who ruled the island for decades. Capping a week of t
US President-elect Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to hit back at a Saturday Night Live comedy sketch that mocked him for tweeting too much. Read Full Article at RT.com
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