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Goldman Sachs, HSBC, BASF sued in first US metals price manipulation case
Four major global firms are to appear in a New York court accused of manipulating platinum and palladium prices for eight years. The law suit is the first of its kind in US history.

26.11.2014 10:53

​EU should accept gas transit risks, if it rejects South Stream – Russian Economy Minister
If European countries don’t want to eliminate gas supply problems by building the South Stream pipeline, they should take responsibility for the possible transit risks, said Russian Minister of Economic Development Aleksey Ulyukayev.

26.11.2014 11:08

'Merry Muslim Christmas': Muslim family invites Danes to celebrate Xmas together
Christmas is not a Muslim holiday per se, but one unorthodox Muslim family in Denmark decided to break the rules. Hussein Allouch's open invitation to celebrate Christmas with his family has gone viral on Facebook, with thousands eager to join in.

26.11.2014 08:12

Surge in US armored vehicles next to Russian borders
American armored vehicles sent to Poland and the Baltic States for military drills are to remain for the constant training of local troops and rotation of US forces. More fighting vehicles will be “pre-positioned” at US military bases in Germany.

26.11.2014 06:37

Fighting deadly flab: Half a million cancers a year caused by obesity – WHO
Obesity and being overweight are to blame for at least half a million cases of cancer a year, says the World Health Organization's cancer research agency. Women are especially at risk, and the problem is most serious in North America.

26.11.2014 08:00

Russian film festival kicks off in 35 Polish cities
The festival of Russian cinema “Sputnik over Poland” is starting in 35 Polish cities. It’s the second biggest film event in the country, and is being held for the 8th time – despite all political complications between the two countries.

November 25, 2014 20:25

European gas stocks enough to survive without Russian supplies for a year – OECD
Most European countries have enough stocks to cover for “lost” gas from Russia should there be a major disruption. Hardest hit would be Slovakia, Austria, and Turkey as they rely on Russia for at least 15 percent of their energy needs, OECD experts say.

25.11.2014 15:11

​South Stream of ‘national importance to Serbia’ – ambassador
South Stream is an essential gas project and will guarantee energy stability in Southeast and Central Europe, according to the Serbian Ambassador to Russia Slavenko Terzic.

25.11.2014 11:28

Iran nuclear deal enters the danger zone
In the end, a nuclear deal with Iran was aborted in Vienna. Is that a hopeful sign? Or should everyone start praying – and running for cover?

25.11.2014 09:48

Finland joining NATO would alienate Russia – President Niinisto
Finland’s leader Sauli Niinisto says his country, which has traditionally steered a course between Russia and the West, should not join NATO, despite the Ukraine crisis and calls from other Finnish politicians.

25.11.2014 02:04

‘American beer is just filthy water’ - Czech President
The Czech president Milos Zeman eulogized his country’s trademark beverage, while insulting US beer as “filthy water” during a presidential business summit in the Central Asian republic of Kazakhstan.

24.11.2014 18:06

‘Canaries not for sale!’ Islanders protest oil drilling (VIDEO)
Hundreds of people have protested against oil drilling by Spanish oil giant Repsol, in Spain’s Canary Islands. The islanders’ protest follows previous Greenpeace’s actions stopped by the Spanish Navy.

24.11.2014 14:52