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President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev met with Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Khalid Al-Falih in Davos, Switzerland Jan. 18.
Aurora Humanitarian Initiative’s 2016 Opinion Audit is concluded and results reveal the degree to which a global audience is aware of Armenia, Armenians and the Aurora Prize.
Raiffeisen Bank and some commercial banks of Czech Republic consider the possibility of financing the deals on Czech technologies and equipment supplies to Azerbaijan, Milos Vecera, Head of Raiffeisen
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev met with chief executive officer and co-founder of Palantir Technologies, Alex Karp, in Davos, Switzerland, Jan. 18.
A senior NATO general echoed the words of US President-elect Donald Trump in acknowledging that parts of the NATO military alliance are “obsolete,” saying it needs to adapt, but cited v
Religious groups wants the man accused of making racist comments about Diwali to do community service in Indian communities.
Sergey Lavrov comments on media reports saying that Mohammed Alloush, one of the group’s leaders, may head the Syrian armed opposition delegation at the Astana talks
Human Rights Defender of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic has a key role on raising issues of the gross human rights violations committed by the Azerbaijani forces against the people of NKR during the
The Armenian journalists got reasons to smile on Jan. 17, as both the Russian Foreign Ministry and the US Department of State, being surprisingly naive, started commenting on the journalists' statemen
Vladimir Putin have taken part in the launch the Bovanenkovo-Ukhta 2 gas pipeline and put into operation Transneft’s two new gas lines Zapolyarye-Purpe and Kuyumba-Taishet via a video call
Seventeen Daesh terrorists were neutralized in northern Syria over the last 24 hours as a part of Operation Euphrates Shield, the Turkish military said early Wednesday.
When you enjoy a warm cup of coffee from a cafe run by an international chain like Starbucks, you may hardly realize that the unique flavor may be coming out of Ethiopia.
Le Pen said earlier that she would officially recognize Crimea as part of Russia in case she won the French presidential election
The number of overall transactions on the payment cards, emitted by the International Bank of Azerbaijan (IBA), achieved 28,427,115 totaled over 4 billion manats during 2016.
The foreign minister says the form, in which invitations are sent, allows ensuring the participation of all who are mentioned in public statements, including US representatives
Anti-corruption campaigners have accused the British government of falling short on its longstanding commitment to fight corruption, voicing concerns over the government’s “rejection of
Galust Sahakyan expressed confidence the Armenian-Bulgarian relations will further develop and intensify during her tenure.
Angela Merkel, Francois Hollande, Theresa May and the leaders of other European states very actively campaigned for Hillary Clinton, according to Russia's top diplomat
A senior Crimean official has told reporters that residents of the region would welcome a visit by French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, as well as other politicians who support
According to a report, the Gauteng Education Department failed to build as many schools as it should have, resulting in overcrowding.
The average weighted rate of the Azerbaijani manat against the US dollar was set at 1.8285 AZN/USD for Jan. 19 after a currency auction held by the Central Bank (CBA) on Jan. 18
Councillors who fail to champion initiatives to turn around poorly performing municipalities will face sanctions, warned KZN MEC.
The CIA has published online nearly 13 million pages of declassified records, including papers on the US role in overthrowing foreign governments and the secret ‘Star Gate’ telepathy pr
KwaZulu-Natal jewellery stores and shopping malls are beefing up security in the wake of robberies in and around Durban in recent weeks.
The mystery of the Algarve’s dwindling seahorse population may be as much due to theft as the State condoned pollution that affects their Ria Formosa breeding grounds. A Portuguese family from Olhão
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden is legally eligible to obtain Russian citizenship, his lawyer said, after it was announced that his asylum status had been extended for 3 more years
UJ said it had completed more than 25% of all registrations by new and returning students for the 2017 academic year.
Sergey Lavrov says the OSCE should remain an important platform for discussing approaches to all the key issues of the all-European agenda
Iranian leader's top advisor international affairs voiced hope that the upcoming meeting "will help the Syrian government to take a significant step towards establishing peace in the country"
Scores of injured people were airlifted on Wednesday to hospital for treatment after a botched air strike on Boko Haram Islamists in Nigeria killed at least 52 civilians and aid workers. The medical c
A Czech national believed to be infected with HIV and wanted by Interpol for sex-related crimes has been apprehended by Thai police.
In 2016, the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) made up AZN 59,987,700,000, down 3.8% from previous year, said a statement from the State Statistical Committee.

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