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Flooding, heatwaves forecast unless UK urgently tackles climate change
Britain must take more action to prepare for the effects of climate change and introduce more structured planning rather than focusing on mitigating the results of catastrophes, a new report has warned.

30.06.2015 10:30

Zimbabwe phases out local currency at 35 quadrillion to US$1
Zimbabwe has started retiring its almost worthless local currency in favor of the US dollar. Today, 35 quadrillion Zimbabwean dollars are equal to US $1, as a result of hyperinflation which hit the country in 2009.

15.06.2015 10:51

China begins freight train service to Moscow
China has started a rail freight service linking the western Xinjiang region also known as a "core area" of the Silk Road economic belt with Moscow. It is expected to deliver $8.1 billion worth of cargo annually.

11.06.2015 09:44

​Argentine minister challenges Cameron over Falklands/Malvinas
An Argentine minister has challenged Prime Minister David Cameron over the British claim on the Falkland Islands during a summit in Brussels.

11.06.2015 08:14

Vying for control over water: Why ISIS' grand ambitions put everyone at risk
Beyond the clamor of war hides a more vicious and insidious conflict - ISIS is vying to control water. Away from the sensational headlines, the terror group is working to throw the global economy out of balance in a game of dominoes we all stand to lose.

10.06.2015 15:12

‘EU migrant crisis - direct consequence of Western Europe colonial practice‘
To deal with the migrant crisis the EU has to change its relations with the countries of the global South, to implement a policy to integrate migrants into the EU and to ensure they won’t be socially discriminated, says human rights activist Ajamu Baraka.

09.06.2015 11:55

Russia begins grain deliveries to Iran – Russian food watchdog
Russia has started delivering grain to Iran according to the Russian food safety regulator Rosselkhoznadzor. The first 100,000 tons could be part of the ‘oil-for-goods’ barter deal between Moscow and Tehran.

08.06.2015 07:31

Russia’s crude output at record high in May - Bloomberg
Russia’s oil output was close to a post-Soviet high in May, at 10.708 million barrels a day, Bloomberg said, citing Russian Energy Ministry data. The report comes days before an OPEC meeting where top producers are expected to unveil their output policy.

02.06.2015 13:13

Ukraine plans to seize Russian foreign property to compensate for ‘lost’ Crimea
Kiev will nationalize Russian overseas property as compensation for the losses over Crimea’s reunification with Russia, Ukraine’s Deputy Minister of Justice Natalia Sevostyanova said. The decision is now up to the European Court of Human Rights.

02.06.2015 07:52

US-led wars and arms sales in Middle East ‘very big business’
Washington says it provides arms to the Middle East in the name of defense, but this activity has fomented wars while fragmenting the region, says Brian Becker from the anti-war Answer Coalition.

22.05.2015 14:46

BRICS bank to complement Washington-based development institutions – Presidential aide
The BRICS New Development Bank is not an alternative to the IMF and the World Bank but rather a complement, said Presidential aide Sergey Glazyev. It will address the challenges that Western institutions currently ignore.

22.05.2015 13:40

US promises Ukraine help to become gas exporter
Ukraine has every chance of becoming a gas exporter again, as it was in the first half of the 20th century, said US Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt. He added that the US will certainly help Kiev to achieve the goal.

15.05.2015 07:29