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President Sargsyan instructs to transfer financial flows arising from traffic enforcement cameras to state and local institutions

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President Sargsyan’s assignment and suggestion were made during a consultation over traffic issues and charged parking lots.
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The National Chairman, Board of Trustees, Peoples Democratic Party, Sen.Walid Jibrin, said on Wednesday that Biafra would be realised only by referendum and not quit notice. Jibrin stated this while s
A Pakistani man has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for laundering nearly $20 million as part of an international hacking scheme.
Nikki Haley, the US Ambassador to the United Nations, has told Congress that the US should decide on its role in Syria for the time when ISIS is driven out, “because a healthy Syria is
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Below is a roundup of major events on Wednesday, 28 June:
Kayode Idowu, Maiduguri Both students and staff unions of the University of Maiduguri have threatened to keep the institution locked when academic activities resume in October if the Federal Governmen
"Our duty is to search for new methods to improve our capabilities in order to quickly respond to the changes, challenges and threats of the modern world," Sergei Naryshkin said
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is confident that the people's deputies must abolish the parliamentary immunity. A respective draft law is ready for consideration and only requires support an
Former Gov. Danbaba Suntai of Taraba, who was involved in a plane crash in October 2012 has died in Houston, Florida, in the United States on Wednesday. Mr Emmanuel Bello, Senior Special Assistant to
Sergey Lavrov pointed out that ties between Russia and Germany had become "more meaningful and practical"
One hijacker was bust and another two escaped into thick bush after a shootout with police on the N2 north of Durban on Wednesday night.
Environmental groups and Indian-owned mining company Atha-Africa Ventures Ltd have reached an agreement for now on mining related activities.
The Edo House of Assembly on Wednesday confirmed 18 nominees as commissioners in the state. Governor Godwin Obaseki had on June 20 forwarded the 18-man list to the House for consideration and confirma
The Department of Basic Education welcomed a ruling by the high court that public schools could not promote one religion to the exclusion of others.
The spread of Islamic State to the Philippines should be a “wake-up call” for US allies in the Pacific and require a new regional partnership, according to the admiral in charge of US P
Addressing a talk show on ZIK TV June 28, Popular Front’s Rada faction deputy head Andrij Teteruk assured PF lawmakers would support the bill in its second reading.
A South Korean town has partnered with a Canadian company to sell local canned mountain air. The Korean municipality believes the partnership will help promote local nature and boost to
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Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has once again reassured troops fighting an Islamist insurgency in Marawi CIty that he will protect them from legal action, reiterating his desire
Olusola Fabiyi, Abuja The Independent National Electoral has said that it has no plan to shift the Osun West Senatorial election slated for July 8. The commission was reacting to a statement by the na
Telegram's founder Pavel Durov said earlier he agreed to include the messenger in the information register of the Russian telecom watchdog Roskomnadzor
Icelanders at the spouting hot spring Geysir repeatedly tried to tell a group of thirty or so tourist to leave... The post Tourists Ignore Repeat Warnings Of Danger At Geysir appeared first on The Rey
A 31-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday, in connection with the rape of a seven-year-old girl at the GPO informal settlement.
Follow all the action as Portugal take on Chile in Kazan for a place in the Confed Cup final. Read Full Article at RT.com
Earlier, the Kremlin spokesman said that possibility of a telephone conversation in the Normandy Four is being worked out via diplomatic channels
Two suspects are still on the loose after a robbery and shootout at a shopping centre in Rondebosch, Cape Town.
Ukrainian army in Donbas repulsed the attack on June 25 of the enemy infiltration group, killing 3 and capturing 4 its members. There were two Russian servicemen, the group CO and a sergeant. The othe
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