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Archive by 2012-09-24
Medoyev: South Ossetia is not going to join Russia 2012-09-24 13:22 According to the South Ossetian Ambassador to Moscow Dmitry Medoyev, South Ossetia is not going to become part of Russia.
Shevardnadze calls on the international community to help Georgia hold election 2012-09-24 12:25 On Monday, former Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze called on the international community to help the country to hold fair parliamentary election on October 1.
Syrian opposition calls for establishing an international conference 2012-09-24 11:49 Participants of the meeting of Syrian opposition have called the UN and the Arab League envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi to take the initiative to convene an "international conference on syria with the participation of all stakeholders".
Yevkurov is losing ground
The authority of the head of Ingushetia Yunus-Bek Yevkurov in the country is melting like spring snow. The protracted conflict with Ramzan Kadyrov, the continued extrajudicial killings and abductions, corruption and embezzlement have downgraded rating of the head of the region to nearly zero.
Armenia: 21 years of independence
Armenia has marked Independence Day. 21 years ago, on September 21, there was held a referendum, and 99% of people voted for secession from the USSR. Two days later, the Supreme Council officially declared Armenia an independent republic. During the past two decades by late September Yerevan transforms and changes all the traditional colors. Summer green city becomes red, blue and orange for a few days. National flags are fluttering throughout the city, national anthem sounds even in the most unexpected places, young people with painted in the tricolor faces are marching through the streets2012-09-24 17:14
USAID interests in the North Caucasus
Russian media has presented the fact that the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) funded the young entrepreneurs in Chechnya through the Chamber of Commerce of the Republic as the news. It has openly held seminars on training small business owners and farmers not only in Chechnya but throughout the North Caucasus for several years. It would be naive, of course, to assume that the United States sponsored the development of the North business basing on humane convictions.
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