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Archive by 2012-10-25
Part of Australia has recognized Nagorno-Karabakh 2012-10-25 17:07 October 24, the upper house of parliament of the largest state of Australia - New South Wales - adopted a resolution on the recognition of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic
Terms of reestablishing relations between Georgia and Russia announced 2012-10-25 13:54 Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Maya Panjikidze has clarified the foreign policy priorities of the future government of Georgia.
Employees of Georgian port of Poti went on an indefinite strike 2012-10-25 12:53 On October 25, the workers of the Georgian port of Poti went on an indefinite strike.
Two militants eliminated in Kazan 2012-10-25 12:02 According to the Interior Ministry of Tatarstan, in the course of a special operation conducted in Kazan on Wednesday, two dangerous criminals were eliminated.
Counter-terrorism operation in Kazan?
Today Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha. On this occasion in Kazan mosque "Marjani" there was scheduled a prayer with the mufti of Tatarstan Ildus Fayzova. In this regard, the FSB, the IC RF and the local Interior Ministry tightened security. And not in vain: yesterday Kazan enforcers received information that the armed bandits settled down in one of the apartment houses of the city. Among them - the people who are wanted on the case of the attack on July 19. Checking the information on the site has developed into the regime of the counter-terrorism operation (CTO).
PIK's missing millions
Passion around the TV PIK does not cease. Why the only Russian-language channel in Georgia was closed? Some say that after the victory of the "Georgian Dream" the PIK was removed as a superfluous "propaganda mouthpiece of Saakashvili". But in the lobby of the channel they are talking about ther things. They are discussing a pretty penny stolen by the channel CEO. Producer of the channel Giuli Chachanashvili has told us about this and many other things.2012-10-25 18:45
Safarov's case goes back to the Nagorno-Karabakh issue?
Despite the fact that much time has passed since the liberation of Ramil Safarov, this fact still attracts international attention. They talk that Safarov's pardon could harm relations between Hungary and Azerbaijan. But the time will show. It is now clear that the case of Azerbaijani officer won't spoil the development of Azerbaijani-Hungarian cooperation. A political analyst Farhad Mammadov believes that the roots of the scandal around Ramil Safarov can be found in long-standing dispute between Baku and Yerevan. "This case is a result of the Karabakh conflict", he said.
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