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05:49, 25 January 2015 Sunday
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13:59, 14 January 2015 Wednesday
Russia's financial crisis may bury Putin's Eurasian dream

Few if any of Russia's former Soviet neighbours can escape the impact of its crisis, deepened by oil prices plunging to almost six-year lows, and the pain may encourage some to think more independently

10:56, 09 January 2015 Friday
Hui Chinese Muslims and the flow of Uighurs to Kazakhstan

Whilst the Hui Chinese Muslims are free to practise their religion, the clampdown of the Chinese government means the road to Kazakhistan is a door for religious freedom for the Uigurs.

17:34, 08 January 2015 Thursday
After years of communist pressure Turks in Bulgaria don t

After communist regime collapsed in Bulgaria, everything is not so well for Turks however at least they do not have a state that wants them to change their name

14:19, 08 January 2015 Thursday
Bosnia leads global search for missing with expertise on bones

Evidence collected at the ICMP's identification centre in the city of Tuzla, housed in a sport centre, has been used in hundreds of criminal cases since the war.

12:33, 07 January 2015 Wednesday
Gambia's 'iron fist' Sheikh Alhaji Yahya Jammeh

Jammeh, 49, assumed power through a military coup 20 years ago

09:18, 06 January 2015 Tuesday
Saudi king's health opens door to various scenarios

One possible scenario is for King Abdullah to step down, given his health condition, to ensure a smooth succession of power while he is still alive.

09:44, 29 December 2014 Monday
2014 A year of symbolic Palestine recognition

Symbolic support for Palestinian statehood was brought about by a series of motions adopted by a number of European parliaments

11:10, 26 December 2014 Friday
35 years since Soviet invasion changed Afghanistan's fate

On Dec. 27, after building their military presence, the Soviet Union seized control in Afghanistan

09:35, 24 December 2014 Wednesday
Thailand's tsunami village still reeling from tragedy

A decade after Boxing day tsunami, Baan Nam Khem villagers still affected by disaster

10:07, 23 December 2014 Tuesday
From Baltic to Asia East-West aerial confrontations heat up

Baltic and Nordic countries in particular - all members of NATO or the European Union or both - have reported increased Russian air force activity.Outside the Baltics, experts say they worry about incidents around the Senkaku Islands between China and Japan

10:09, 22 December 2014 Monday
How Syria policy stalled under the 'analyst in chief'

Officials warned that stalling the process would give extremists a chance to take over control.

10:58, 21 December 2014 Sunday
10 years on tsunami warning stumbles at the quot last

A far bigger concern is getting warnings to at-risk coastal communities, and making sure people get to safety in time.

09:21, 18 December 2014 Thursday

The official said that Pope Francis played a key role in the rapprochement between Washington and the last bastion of communism in the Western world

13:19, 17 December 2014 Wednesday
Inside Iraq's quot killing zones quot Sunnis forced to leave

The battle for the Baghdad Belt will help define the future of Iraq and whether it will break up in all but name. Both Shi'ite and Sunni tribal figures as well as Iraqi security officials say the militias have decided to rid the capital's hinterlands of its Sunni majority for good.

11:04, 15 December 2014 Monday
What was agreed and what wasn't agreed in Lima climate

U.N. climate negotiations wrapped up in Lima on Sunday with a modest agreement about the building blocks of a deal due to be agreed on in Paris in a year's time.

16:20, 14 December 2014 Sunday
After U S torture report Poland asks what its leaders

The report's publication is giving rise to uncomfortable questions in countries that hosted the "black sites" and may complicate future security cooperation with the United States.

11:38, 12 December 2014 Friday
U S corporations winning fight over human rights lawsuits

The Supreme Court ruling means human rights lawyers now have to look more seriously at alternative ways to seek redress for alleged abuses.

23:19, 09 December 2014 Tuesday
To deter U S from torturing again those involved should

There will undoubtedly be much debate about its finding that torture did not "work" - that it produced little if any intelligence of value that was not or could not have been obtained by lawful means.

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