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Russian Trawler is Sinking: More Than 50 People Dead - 04/02/2015

Large stand-alone freezer trawler Dalny Vostok was wrecked in the Sea of Okhotsk, according to preliminary data, on board were 132 crew members. The ship sank in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk in the 300 kilometers from Magadan on Thursday night. Of the 132 people on board, at least 54 people are dead. Anglers call this type of ship "uterus". Besides fishing bottom and midwater trawls, the boats process...

US to Impose Sanctions against Cyber Criminals - 04/01/2015

US President Barack Obama signed a decree on the possible establishment of sanctions against cybercriminals, Tass reports. US is obviously concerned about the threat that potential cyber criminals may create. - Today I signed a decree that provides new powers to respond to threats from cyber criminals, threatening the security of the country - the White House representative said. As noted,...

Massive Power Cut in Turkey - 03/31/2015

Blackout hits different parts of Turkey cripples transportation services. A major power cut across Turkey brought services in more than 40 cities to a standstill. Turkey’s government was struggling to tackle the situation of nation’s largest power cut in 15 years that affected the country’s vital transport infrastructure. The blackout led to cancellation of Istanbul metro services as well as...

Saudi’s Intervention in Yemen - 03/31/2015

Regional involvement in Houthi rebel’s power struggle could further extend the war rather than bringing it to an end. The initiation of military operations by Saudi Arabia and its allies in Yemen sparked a rally in crude oil prices. The Saudi led Gulf Arab allies of nine countries continued its airstrikes against the rebels Shiite Houthi, who seized major parts of Yemen. The idea of Iranian proxy...

EU to allocate $ 1,1 billion for Syria - 03/31/2015

The EU decided to allocate $ 1.1 billion to provide humanitarian aid to Syria and Syrian refugees in particular in 2015, the channel Sky News Arabia said on Tuesday. On Tuesday, Kuwait hosted a conference of donor countries, to discuss the humanitarian assistance to Syrian refugees in 2015. In 2014, the European Union at a conference in Kuwait has allocated 550 million euros to overcome the...

Nigeria’s Close Contested Elections – Signs of Disturbance - 03/30/2015

Nigerians heading to election results to select their President amidst the nation’s war against Boko Haram. Nigeria’s election poll on Saturday for both president as well as parliament is a close competition for election. The election campaigns were completely ruled by slowdown in economy and a battle against Islam militants. The stability of the economy worth $500 billion is being tested by the...

G20 Organizers Unintentionally Disclosed World's Leaders Private Information - 03/30/2015

Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection accidentally leaked personal data of G20 leaders. It is reported by The Guardian. According to the newspaper, an employee of one of the departments randomly send private information to its counterpart in the organizing committee of the Asian Cup football tournament. The file contained names, dates of birth, passport and visa numbers of...

Peacekeeping Missions to Attain A New Dimension In Collaboration With The Member Nations - 03/30/2015

The conference of U.N. Defence officials made an historic appeal. The U.N. Secretary General invites the nations to join hands with peacekeeping missions. New York- 27 March 2015 – The Secretary General has marked the day at the conference of United Nations’ Defence Chiefs by making an appeal for more contribution of troops to all the higher military authorities present there. The troops, thus...

Oil Prices Jumped on the Ground of Military Conflict in Yemen - 03/26/2015

The southwest corner of the Arabian Peninsula has become a full-scale hotspot. Start of international intervention in Yemen will not only add heat to fire, blazing now in the Middle East, but also led to a sharp rise in oil prices. Of course, the bombing and missile air strikes of nearly a dozen Arab League countries on  Huthis movement positions in Yemen and the rise in oil prices by nearly...

Yemen President flees from the country amidst unrest - 03/26/2015

Yemen’s President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi has fled the southern port city of Aden by boat on Wednesday after Houthi militants seized the city airport and arrested two of his top officials. The drastic move by the Houthi militants in the poorest Arab country has agitated its wealthy neighbor, Saudi Arabia, who is planning to take military actions against the dissidents. Meanwhile, it is not...
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