Daily Archives: April 11, 2017

‘Russia Does Not React Well to Ultimatums’: What Tillerson Can Offer Moscow

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will arrive in Moscow Tuesday for two days of talks with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov. Political observer...

Syrian Army Repels All Attacks of Terrorists Who Took Advantage of US Strike

Militants took advantage of the US missile strike on a Syrian airbase and attacked the government army from the south-western direction. All their attacks...

Russia Has Intel on Upcoming Chemical Weapons Provocations in Syrian Regions

Russia has intelligence from "trusted sources" that chemical weapons provocations are currently being prepared in more regions in Syria, including Damascus, Russian President Vladimir...

The G-7 Wants Russia to Pressure Syria, But It Won’t Sanction Moscow

Associated Press  (LUCCA, Italy) — The Group of Seven industrialized nations on Tuesday urged Russia to pressure the Syrian government to end the six-year civil...

Vladimir Putin says US is preparing to bomb Syrian capital and will blame devastation...

The Russian leader made the astonishing claim during a press conference with the Italian President Sergio Mattarella Vladimir Putin has claimed the US is preparing...

‘Real Action’ to Follow: Don’t Even Think of Attacking Russian Military in Syria

There will be no words but just actions should anyone dare attack Russian military facilities in Syria, a senior lawmaker said. MOSCOW (Sputnik) — A hypothetical...

In Trump’s Cruise-Missile Diplomacy, Iran and North Korea Could Be Next

The president has steadily increased the use of force, relaxing the rules of engagement and giving his generals free rein. By Michael T. KlareTwitter  The cruise-missile attack launched...

The EU wants Britain to pay a high price for a Brexit transition deal

Lianna Brinded Member countries of the European Union are about to sign European Council president Donald Tusk's strict set of guidelines that detail how the...

Trump Should Rethink Syria Escalation

Two dozen ex-U.S. intelligence officials urge President Trump to rethink his claims blaming the Syrian government for the chemical deaths in Idlib and to...

Armenia ready to open new chapter in EU cooperation

By Michael Kambeck and Diogo Pinto -EUobserver The first parliamentary elections in Armenia (2 April) since the constitutional reform referendum of 2015 went quite unnoticed...

«Ողջունում եմ ձեր նախաձեռնությունը». նախարար

Ապրիլի 11-ին ՀՀ սփյուռքի նախարար Հրանուշ Հակոբյանն ընդունեց իսրայելահայ գործարար, Հայ-իսրայելական առևտրի գրասենյակի փոխնախագահ, «Teamnet packing and international freight services» ընկերության ներմուծման և արտահանման...

6 things you should know about boob jobs — from women who’ve had them

Women's Health It might seem like a Kardashian tush is where it's at these days, but a perky pair of boobs is far from out...

Tillerson offers ultimatum to Russia after meeting with top foreign diplomats on sidelines of...

FoxNews.com U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson issued a stern ultimatum to Russia Tuesday: side with America and its allies on Syria, or stand alongside...

Cate Blanchett turns Marvel supervillain in the first look at Thor: Ragnarok

Rob Moran She's got Oscars and critical acclaim but now Our Cate has pivoted into that most sought-after of Hollywood roles: comic book supervillain. The first...

Venezuela Is The Wild Card In The OPEC Deal Extension

By Jacob Urban News coming out of Venezuela over the past two years has reeked of corruption and failed political leadership: a long list of...

Is Another Bust Looming Over The Oil Industry?

By Dwayne Purvis Notable authorities such as the EIA, the IEA, OPEC and BP forecast growth of demand for oil in their base case scenarios...

‘It would be a real shame if Wenger is remembered as a glorified accountant’...

Kevin Palmer Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is in danger of being remember as ‘a glorified accountant’, according to former Gunners and Ireland striker Niall Quinn. In...

Oil Markets Turn Bullish Amid Spiking Geopolitical Risk

By Nick Cunningham The surprise airstrikes by the U.S. on a Syrian airfield late last week brought an element of geopolitical risk back to the...

12 Dead And Many Injured After Pipeline Scavenging Goes Wrong In Yemen

By Zainab Calcuttawala Twelve dead and 29 injured after an attempt to scavenge oil from a pipeline in the Bajel district of Yemen two days...

Appalachia’s new trail: finding life after coal

Towns in impoverished eastern Kentucky, backed by private money, strive to build a post-coal entrepreneurial economy. Zack Colman Staff Writer APRIL 9, 2017   HINDMAN, KY.— Teddy Martin knows the...