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The Defence Ministry of Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) does not exclude that Ukrainian military may stage provocations to disrupt the November 2 LPR People’s Council elections and LPR head elections, LPR Deputy Defence Minister for personnel affairs Vitaly Kiselev told on Sunday. We do not rule out provocative actions. They aim to hold their early […]

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Growth of conflicts in world poses threat to global security

Further growth of ethnic, religious and social conflicts in the world poses a threat to global security, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a plenary session of international discussion club Valdai in this Russian Black Sea resort city on Friday. “Such conflicts are dangerous taken not only as they are. They are forming a zone […]

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Islamic State chemical weapons’ for UN Security Council agenda

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has approved a suggestion from German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier that the Security Council debates whether Islamic State militants have used chemical weapons, a German government source said on Friday. No proof has been found that the terrorist organisation has used the weapons. But witnesses from the Syrian city […]

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Ukraine law enforcers put on high alert ahead of polls

Ukrainian armed forces, National Guard and other law enforcement agencies are put on high alert over early elections in Ukraine’s parliament the Verkhovna Rada due on Sunday. October 26, spokesman of Ukrainian National Security and Defence Council Andrei Lysenko told reporters it’s on Friday. The president decided that not voluntary battalions, but police, National Guard […]

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Putin says international security should be separated from interference into internal affairs

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that a clear-cut line should be drawn between international security and interference into internal affairs of a sovereign state. “The boundaries should be unambiguously drawn delimiting unilateral actions and a necessity of multilateral mechanisms,” Putin said at the Valdai International Discussion Club on Friday. “Within the framework of international law, […]

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UN needed more than ever at time of multiple crises

The world community marks United Nations Day on October 24, the anniversary of the entry into force in 1945 of the UN Charter.   With the ratification of this founding document by the majority of its signatories, including the five permanent members of the Security Council, the United Nations officially came into being. October 24 […]

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Narendra Modi intends to «build momentum» in relations with US

Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi received a compliment from President Barack Obama during a meeting at the White House. On Tuesday 30 September Obama praised the new Prime Minister of India for his efforts in economic growth and the needs of «poorest of poor». He also «impressed by the energy and determination that modi […]

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Vladimir Putin assured that Russian special services are not conducting mass surveillance of citizens

A question to the Russian President about how do Russian security services of large-scale collection of data in respect of their own nationals asked Edward Snowden – former CIA official, who was granted political asylum in Russia. Despite the fact that Russia is equally exposed to terrorist threats to the United States, large-scale espionage for […]

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Michael Bloomberg will spend $50 million on struggle with the free circulation of guns

Former new York mayor Michael Bloomberg plans to spend in 2014, $50 million through Everytown for Gun Safety, which will withstand the impact of the National Rifle Association. Key demographic in a propaganda campaign to curb violence will be women, and especially mothers, reported the press Secretary of the group Everytown Erika Soto Lamb. The […]

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U.S. Federal departments protected worse, than mailboxes of citizens

Data of some ministries of the federal U.S. Government were protected by passwords which aren’t recommended to be used even for accounts of e-mail of civilians, is spoken in the Congress report. Such passwords as “QWERTY” and personal names of users made vulnerable networks of several government agencies of the USA, is spoken in the […]

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