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Sumaira FH 2 hours ago
New US Sanctions to Have Lesser Effect on Russian Economy Than in 2014-2015 - Central Bank
It is expected that the impact of possible new US sanctions on Russia's economy will be smaller than it was in 2014-2015, the Bank of Russia's Director of Research and Forecasting Department, Alexander Morozov, said Tuesday.
Faizan Hashmi 3 hours ago
Russian Embassy Says Sent Over 70 Diplomatic Notes to UK Authorities Over Skripal Affair
The Russian Embassy in London said on Tuesday that since the incident with Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, who were poisoned in Salisbury in early March, it had sent more than 70 diplomatic notes and letters to the UK authorities with the aim to uncover the fate of the Skripals.
Sumaira FH 3 hours ago
Czech Cabinet Agrees $13Mln in Funding for Turkey Under EU Migrant Deal
The Czech government on Tuesday approved the transfer of over 11 million euro ($12.5 million) in funds to Turkey over the next five years as part of an EU arrangement to assist Syrian refugees in Turkish camps.
Sadia Abbas 6 hours ago
Ministry of Tolerance launches Zayed’s Beacons of Tolerance
Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance, has launched the initiative, "Zayed's Beacons of Tolerance", to serve UAE communities as knowledge hubs about the Founding Father, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and his vision for tolerance, co-existence and cooperation.
Rukhshan Mir 5 hours ago
Govt focusing on establishing small energy units to mitigate energy demand supply gap: Omar Ayub Khan
Minister for Power Division Omar Ayub Khan Tuesday said the government was focusing on power generation, transmission and establishment of small energy set ups which would help to cope with the energy shortage in the country.
Mohammad Ali 6 hours ago
Yemen Gov't Concerned Houthi Ceasefire Proposal Will Fail at Implementation - Adviser
The Ansar Allah movement's proposal for a ceasefire in Yemen is mired by concerns over its ability to uphold it, Mukhtar al-Rahbi, adviser to the Yemeni minister of information and former press secretary to Yemen's president, told Sputnik on Tuesday.
Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), approves 49 development, educational projects
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), represented by the Islamic Solidarity Fund, has approved financial support for developmental and educational projects in some of its member States with a total amount of $ 3.070.000 from March to mid-November 2018.
Sweden Consultations on Yemen to Focus on Humanitarian Issues - Member of Gov't Delegation
Discussions at the next round of consultations on Yemen in Sweden will focus on humanitarian issues, Hamza Alkamaly, a member of the government delegation to the UN-backed talks in Geneva and to the upcoming round of consultations in Sweden, told Sputnik on Tuesday.
Faizan Hashmi 7 hours ago
Yemeni Minister's Adviser Confirms Gov't Delegation Will Attend UN-Led Talks in Sweden
The government of Yemen has confirmed that it will attend the next round of consultations on Yemen in Sweden, Mukhtar al-Rahbi, an adviser to the Yemeni minister of information and former press secretary to the country's president, told Sputnik on Tuesday.
Fahad Shabbir 9 hours ago
Lad record's computerization in Islamabad to take two years
The land record of Islamabad will be fully computerized within two years after issuance of Admin Approval by the Ministry of Interior as the Central Development Working Party (CDWP) has approved the revised PC-1 of the project.
Mohammad Ali 10 hours ago
Three Men Arrested in Australia for Plotting 'IS-Inspired' Terror Attack - Police
Australian police arrested three men who are suspected of plotting a terrorist attack "inspired" by the Islamic State terrorist group (banned in Russia), Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton said Tuesday.