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There is no evidence that we have bombed civilians, in spite of everyone’s accusations, says Russian PM
There is currently a lack of supply in the international Russian tourism sector after Moscow suspended work licenses of Turkish companies
Russia may try to carve out Alawite mini-state in Syria for its ally Bashar Al-Assad, says British Foreign Minister
Russia intends to destabilise the Turkish state by putting it on the defensive with trade sanctions, says analyst
Suez Canal Economic Zone ready to allocate lands for industrial developers, says Darwish
Agreements regarding the Suez industrial zone, aviation imports but no concrete schedule provided as to when projects will commence
Russian Ministry of Defence denied Turkish claims
The results of this report will clarify the volume and the scope of the additional measures to be taken, says Russian official
The conflict over the Syrian opposition delegation is not between Russia and the US at this point, but between Russia and the US’s Turkish and Saudi allies, says Moscow-based analyst
Since the outbreak of the Syrian uprising, Russia has limited itself to its traditional role of providing arms, military, and logistical experts to its Arab allies. As Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad’s regime weakened, the Russians intensified their military support dramatically. Recently, the Russian “Caesar” opted to expand his role in Syria to include direct intervention …
Egyptian government has to move quickly if Egyptian tourism companies are to enter Russian market, says Abdel Latif
‘Novy God,’ the celebration of the Russian New Year, is often mistaken for Christmas. But a new initiative invites people to really get to know what’s behind the holiday and its traditions.
Egypt will enter 2016 with economic solutions for the provision of sustainable electricity through the nuclear plant, along with other projects to generate solar and wind power.
It is important to continue communication between Egypt and Russia towards a permanent solution for Syria
The deal indicates strong ties between both countries, says strategic experts
The Ukraine-Russia conflict is increasingly polarizing people of both countries. But these couples are bridging the nationality gap and growing stronger together.
Negotiations between the European Union, Russia and Ukraine aimed at resolving disagreements over a free trade deal between Brussels and Kiev have failed, adding to the already deep divisions between the three sides.
A journalist friend had told me a while ago, without naming who or when, that Russia was ready for a major strategic entrance into the region through its air campaign in Syria, compensating for all those years of being muscled out of the region with the end of the Cold War and the fall of …
The Russian president said more funding for Russia’s operations in Syria will be approved if necessary
Moscow insists that extremist groups cannot be included in future negotiations
Syrian rebels are being provided with military support and air cover against Islamist militants, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said. If confirmed would be a shift in Moscow’s Syria policy
In a meeting with defense leaders, Vladimir Putin has called on the military to take a tough stance against threats in Syria. His words were seen as a reference to Ankara, which shot down a Russian plane last month
The plane crashed over Sinai, killing all 224 people on board, mainly Russians.
Turkey’s prime minister has accused Russia of carrying out “ethnic cleansing” by targeting Turkmen in Syria. The comments come as Putin invited the UK to examine a Turkish-downed Russian warplane’s black box
Terrorist groups must be distinguished from other opposition forces before negotiations can begin, says Curkin
By Sayed Ghoneim The 20th century began with powers scattered between East and West. By the end of World War II and the victory of Western allies and the Soviet Union over the Axis forces, the world became bipolar, divided between the United States and the Soviet Union. Between the two forces, the so-called Cold War …
It is an attempt to control last unoccupied spot on Ionian-Adriatic Pipeline, says analyst