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Gazprom Turns to Russian Gov't With Ukrainian Request for Gas Discount

Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller said that Gazprom sent a letter to the Russian government with a request to consider the issue of giving a discount for gas deliveries to Ukraine for another three months.

Russian Military to Unveil New Drones in June – Defense Ministry

Russian Defense Ministry said that new unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), including the Eleron, Orlan-10, Forpost and Gorizont drones, will be unveiled at the inaugural Army-2105 international forum scheduled for June 2015.

New Details of Silk Road Trade Route Boost Chinese Stock Markets

The growth was shown first of all by the companies linked to the new China's Road Silk economic project, especially the companies dealing with the construction of the infrastructure and investment, according to Ma Baoli, a financial analyst with Beijing Securities Net.

Moscow Dances Indian Style

The 9th All-Russian Indian Dance Competition was held in Moscow on March 29, 2015. The contest was part of the Holi Mela 2015 - Festival of Colors celebration.

Russian-Sudanese Ties Need Renewed, Powerful Impetus – Foreign Minister

Sudanese foreign minister said that Russian-Sudanese relations need a more powerful impetus, in particular in the sphere of trade and investment.

Major European Powers Join Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

Denmark, Spain and the Netherlands became the latest European countries applying to join the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), following several other major European powers.

Greece and Germany in Open Hostility Over Bailout Program

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has admitted his country’s relations with Germany over its latest bailout have declined into a state of "open hostility."

Russia Invites Ukrainian Second World War Vets to Moscow for Victory Day

The Russian Foreign Ministry has sent out personal invitations to veterans of the Second World War from across Ukraine to celebrate Victory Day on Moscow's Red Square, Russian News Service (RSN) reports.

Russia Begins Large-Scale Air Defense Drills in Siberia

Large-scale air defense drills have started in Russia's Eastern Military District, according to the Russian Defense Minister's press service.

Plane Crash Triggers Germanwings Financial Crisis – Managing Director

According to company’s managing director, Germanwings plane crash in the French Alps has caused a severe financial crisis for the airline.

US Republicans Say Obama Greater Threat to Country Than Putin – Poll

Over a third of Republican voters consider the American President Barack Obama as more dangerous threat to the United States Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to the poll.

Euro Unions Slam Big Four Accountancy Firms for Dodging Trillions in Tax

European trade unionists have called for the split-up of the Big Four accountancy firms, PWC, Ernst & Young, Deloitte and KPMG, who they say are using their dominant position to help multi-national companies avoid trillions of Euros in tax.

Right Sector Leader Predicts New Maidan, Larger and Bloodier Than Before

Rada MP and Right Sector Leader Dmitri Yarosh told Ukrainian media that a third Maidan would be bloodier than before, given that growingly impatient young revolutionaries are now heavily armed.

Russia Committed to Swift, Comprehensive Deal on Iran's Nuclear Program

All participants of the talks between Tehran and the P5+1 group on Iran's nuclear program confirmed a fundamental commitment to achieving a comprehensive settlement of the situation over the next few days, according to statement of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

Jerusalem Court Convicts Former Israeli Prime Minister for Graft

According to TV channels, Jerusalem District Court convicted former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert of fraud and breach of trust, revising an acquittal verdict delivered three years ago.

Russia to Consider Extension of Gas Package for Ukraine - Kremlin Spokesman

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Russia will consider Ukraine’s Naftogaz suggesting an extension of the so-called winter package on gas deliveries.

Gold Slides Again as US Inches Towards Monetary Tightening

With US dollar set to advance on the Fed tightening, gold is slipping, gradually losing its ‘safe haven’ appeal.

Lufthansa Fears Second U4 9525 Black Box May Never Be Found

A Lufthansa manager has said that the company fears that the second black box, containing the flight data recorder from subsidiary Germanwings flight U4 9525 which crashed in the Alps may never be recovered.

Global Stocks Advance on China Stimulus Expectations, Oil Drops Further

Equity markets posted gains on Monday due to more solid expectations of monetary easing in China, tightening in the US and the inspiring corporate news from Europe.

P5+1, Iran Nuclear Program Talks in Lausanne Positive, Results Premature

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that there are certain positive signals in talks on Iran's nuclear program with the P5+1 group.

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