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Indias Demonetization Is a Distraction, Not a Solution
01.02.17 11:15

Asia rising

Demonetization was billed as a ‘silver bullet’ for India’s woes. In reality, it will prevent more effective solutions.

The Diplomat
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Irans Rouhani to visit Putin in Moscow in March - TASS
01.02.17 11:14

Iran

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will visit Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in March, the TASS news agency quoted the Iranian embassy in Moscow as saying on Tuesday.

Reuters
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African Union re-admits Morocco after 33-year absence
31.01.17 13:30

Africa

The African Union decided on Monday (Jan 30) to allow Morocco back in the fold after a 33-year absence, despite stiff resistance from some member states over the status of Western Sahara.

AFP
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Iran tested medium-range ballistic missile - US official
31.01.17 13:29

Iran

Iran on Sunday carried out a test launch of a medium-range ballistic missile that exploded after 630 miles (1,010 km), a U.S. official said on Monday.

Reuters
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How Much Can the Philippines Boost Its Military Budget Under Duterte?
31.01.17 13:28

Global Security

The Philippine defense secretary outlines an ambitious target for the country’s military budget.

The Diplomat
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Colombia FARC rebels gather to disarm, ELN eye peace
31.01.17 13:26

Americas on the move

Colombia said FARC rebels will finish mustering in demobilisation zones on Tuesday (Jan 31) to begin a historic disarmament process ending a half-century conflict.

AFP
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Trumps secretary of state pick Tillerson clears Senate hurdle
31.01.17 13:25

Americas on the move

The US Senate on Monday (Jan 30) advanced the nomination of Rex Tillerson to be President Donald Trumps secretary of state, setting up a final confirmation vote for later this week.

AFP
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Yemens Houthis attack Saudi ship, launch ballistic missile
31.01.17 13:22

Middle East

The armed Houthi movement attacked a Saudi warship off the western coast of Yemen on Monday, causing an explosion that killed two crew members and injured three others, Saudi state news agency SPA reported.

Reuters
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Japan’s Cheap Money Era May Be Ending
31.01.17 13:19

Economics

Japan is hopeful about the prospects of long-hoped-for inflation rates in the Year of the Rooster.

The Diplomat
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Poroshenko Cuts Germany Trip Amid Fighting In Eastern Ukraine – What You Need To Know About
31.01.17 13:11

f.USSR

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has cut a working visit to Germany amid the increased fighting between pro-Kiev forces and local militias in the region of Donbass in eastern Ukraine.

SouthFront
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“New Al Qaeda Group on the Block”, The End Of Mingling – “Moderate Rebels” Join Al-Qaeda In Syria
30.01.17 13:55

Iraq War, "War on terror"

Lots of confusion about the infighting in the “rebel” held Idleb governate in Syria, the situation is now clearing up. After other tricks, like renaming the group, did not work to deceive al-Qaeda finally pulled back the veil. It is no longer hiding between the “moderate rebels” but is now (again) a clearly identifiable groups. Groups near to al-Qaeda integrated with it, other groups split with significant parts joining the al-Qaeda organization.

Moon of Alabama
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King Salman has no issues with Trump
30.01.17 13:53

Middle East

The US President Donald Trump must be a man with a queer sense of humour. He kept the call to King Salman of Saudi Arabia pending for his announcement on Friday to fully sink in – to the effect that the Saudi citizens will be subject to “extreme vetting” before being allowed to enter America.

M K Bhadrakumar
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Turkey reopens embassy in Libya, vows to support unity efforts
30.01.17 13:50

Africa

Turkey reopened its embassy in Libya on Monday, 2-1/2 years after closing it due to the security situation, the Turkish foreign ministry said, as diplomatic missions begin to reopen in the divided country.

Reuters
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African Union to choose new leader, review Morocco membership
30.01.17 13:46

Africa

The African Union is due to choose a new leader on Monday in a vote more likely to expose differences over the International Criminal Court and other issues than reaffirm the continents solidarity and common purpose.

Reuters
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Ukraine says more soldiers killed in deadliest clashes in weeks
30.01.17 13:45

f.USSR

Five Ukrainian soldiers were killed and nine wounded as a result of an offensive by pro-Russian separatists over the weekend, the Ukrainian military said on Monday - the deadliest fighting in eastern regions since mid-December

Reuters
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