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Bulgaria to build new $236mn ‘gas corridor’ with Romania and Greece - media
Bulgaria has reportedly inked a deal on a new “gas corridor” with Romania and Greece which will be completed in 2018, and is expected to cut the country’s almost total dependency on Russian natural gas.

23.04.2015 07:23

Russia and China set up $200mn hi-tech fund
Russia and China have signed a deal to set up a joint $200 million venture fund - a startup incubator for Russian businesses and a new Chinese robotics center.

22.04.2015 07:20

Poland to purchase US Patriot missiles, Airbus helicopters
Poland has approved the purchase of US Patriot missiles, the country’s defense ministry confirmed on Tuesday. Warsaw also said it will buy helicopters from the European firm Airbus, which will cost the country $8.6 billion.

21.04.2015 20:54

​Bombed out? British jets striking Iraq running out of ammo, MoD to place new order
The Royal Air Force (RAF) has had to order a new batch of 500lb (227kg) bombs to continue its airstrikes in Iraq after the intensity of operations against Islamic State has caused them to run low.

21.04.2015 10:20

China to invest $46bn in economic corridor with Pakistan - media
Chinese President Xi Jinping has arrived in Pakistan on Monday on his first visit to the country in nearly a decade. He is reportedly going to announce a $46 billion investment in energy and infrastructure.

20.04.2015 07:24

World’s longest well drilled in Russia’s Far East
Russia’s Rosneft is reporting it has finished drilling the world’s longest oil well at the Chayvo field, part of the Sakhalin-1 project. The use of unique ExxonMobil technology is one of the key factors behind the record.

14.04.2015 12:58

‘US states’ sanctions on Iran unlikely to sink the nuclear deal’
If individual American states keep their own sanction against Iran it will certainly make things more complicated but is unlikely to become the determining fact in the fate of the nuclear deal with Tehran, Jim Jatras, a former US diplomat, told RT.

14.04.2015 12:51

‘US can’t afford more war and aggression, people want peace with Iran’
Iranians and Americans want peace, but a small but very wealthy and powerful group of oil corporations and military contractors in alliance with Israel want further hostilities throughout the Middle East, claims Caleb Maupin, International Action Center.

14.04.2015 08:51

Russia officially joins $50bn China-led infrastructure bank
On Tuesday Russia officially becomes a founder of the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). It means Russian companies can take part in infrastructure projects in the Asia-Pacific region, and could attract foreign investment into Russia.

14.04.2015 07:35

Greece to be effective partner with Russia’s Gazprom - Forbes
The Turkish Stream gas pipeline project makes Greece an important and useful partner for Russia’s Gazprom, despite the country‘s financial problems, Forbes magazine has said.

13.04.2015 07:26

Russia and Greece to ink Turkish Stream gas pipeline deal within days - Greek minister
Russia and Greece are to sign a memorandum of cooperation on the construction of a new pipeline in the Turkish Stream project which will deliver Russian gas to Europe via Greece, according to the Greek energy minister.

10.04.2015 13:10

Russia’s contribution to Iran nuclear talks
Following the recent talks between the P5+1 and Iran, a framework political agreement on the final settlement of Iran’s nuclear program has been reached.

10.04.2015 12:21