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United States should ratify Kyoto Protocol, too United States should ratify Kyoto Protocol, too
As the debates are raging over the presidential election in November, a different type of battle is occurring over the quality of our atmosphere. | On Sept. 30, Russia's ... (photo: Sanctuary Collection) Times Union
America   Environment   Photos   Pollution   US  
Russia to expand military transit to Afghanistan Russia to expand military transit to Afghanistan
| MOSCOW. Oct 9 (Interfax) - Russia intends to expand transits of military cargoes and troops belonging to the anti-Taliban coalition members to Afghanistan via its terri... (photo: U.S. Army) Interfax
Afghanistan   Military   Photos   Russia   Terrorism  
A Russian soldier stands guard near a school taken over by terrorist in the town of Beslan, Russia. UN council adopts anti-terror resolution
| The United Nations Security Council has voted unanimously for a Russian-initiated resolution that seeks to expand the prosecution and extradition of terrorist groups an... (photo: Getty Images file) Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Al Qaida   Pakistan   Photos   Russia   Terrorism   UN  
Putin to visit Iran for strategic talks Moscow to go ahead with nuclear cooperation with ... Putin to visit Iran for strategic talks Moscow to go ahead with nuclear cooperation with ...
| MOSCOW (Agencies) - Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to visit Iran where Russia will continue to assist in development of a civilian nuclear program, a senior Rus... (photo: Getty Images) Tehran Times
Europe   Iran   Nuclear   Photos   Russia  
Putin sends Kyoto treaty to parliament for approval Putin sends Kyoto treaty to parliament for approval
| MOSCOW (AFP) (AP) - President Vladimir Putin sent the Kyoto treaty for approval to Russia's parliament, moving the UN's global warming pact a step closer to implementat... (photo: Sanctuary Collection) Tehran Times
Environment   Europe   Photos   Politics   Russia  
Involvement of India in G-8 healthy: Lavrov Involvement of India in G-8 healthy: Lavrov
NEW DELHI, OCT 8:  Describing India as one of the world’s “leading powers”, Russia said its involvement in the G-8 would be “healthy” for a more balanced and stable ... (photo: Getty Images) Financial Express
India   Photos   Russia   Terrorism   Tourism  
The                           oil that drives the                           US military The oil that drives the US military
By Michael T Klare | In the first US combat operation of the war in Iraq, navy commandos stormed an offshore oil-loading platform. "Swooping silently out of the Persian G... (photo: Getty Images) Asia Times
Iraq   Mideast   Oil   Pentagon   Photos  
Experts Say President Putin's Political Proposals Will Not Strengthen Security Experts Say President Putin's Political Proposals Will Not Strengthen Security
Vladimir Putin"> Vladimir Putin Russia's President Vladimir Putin says electoral reforms he is proposing are needed to fight terrorism after an attack by Chechen rebels i... (photo: NATO) Voa News
Chechnya   Photos   Politics   Russia   Terrorism  
India, Russia talks to focus on economic cooperation, regional security India, Russia talks to focus on economic cooperation, regional security
NEW DELHI - Russia’s foreign minister was to discuss security, trade and terrorism during his weekend visit to India, paving the way for a December meeting between Russia... (photo: NATO) Khaleej Times
Delhi   India   Photos   Russia   Terrorism  
Nobel Peace winner to be announced Nobel Peace winner to be announced
By Alister Doyle | OSLO (Reuters) - Among those tipped to win the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize today are the U.N. nuclear watchdog and its leader Mohamed ElBaradei, a Kenyan en... (photo: Getty Images) Reuters
Egypt   Norway   Nuclear   Photos   UN  
Blasts kill 30 on Egypt-Israeli border Blasts kill 30 on Egypt-Israeli border
An explosion tore through a resort hotel Thursday night where Israelis were vacationing at the end of a Jewish holiday, killing at least 30 people and wounding more than ... (photo: WN) China Daily
Egypt   Israel   Mideast   Photos   Terrorism  
A solution for Chechnya      S FREDERICK STARR A solution for Chechnya S FREDERICK STARR
| Russian President Vladimir Putin declares that the only acceptable outcome is the one he seeks to effect through a puppet government imposed on the dissident republic t... (photo: WN) The Independent Bangladesh
Defence   Europe   Photos   Russia   Terrorism  
France says report's bribe claims are bid to smear Chirac France says report's bribe claims are bid to smear Chirac
By John Lichfield and Anne Penketh | A section of the 1,000-page report by the chief US weapons inspector in Iraq contains allegations about Baghdad's attempts to bribe a... (photo: NATO) The Independent
Europe   France   Iraq   Photos   US  
Beslan: End the human suffering in Chechnya Beslan: End the human suffering in Chechnya
| The recent hostage debacle in the Russian town of Beslan which led to the death of more than 300 people has brought an unprecedented sympathy for the victims on one han... (photo: Oleg Nikishin/Getty Images) East African Standard
Chechnya   Photos   Russian   School   Terrorism  
Russia could finish Kyoto approval by year-end Russia could finish Kyoto approval by year-end
| Russia could ratify the Kyoto protocol by the end of the year and kick-start global attempts to control climate change, Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Zhukov said. | R... (photo: UN file) Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Emissions   Environment   Kyoto   Photos   Russia  
PUTIN TO VISIT INDIA IN DECEMBER Putin To Visit India In December
| MOSCOW, October 7 (RIA Novosti) - In December 2004, Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit India, Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Alexeyev has announced. | Forei... (photo: UN) Novosti
India   New Delhi   Photos   Politics   Russia  
TURKEY COMES A STEP CLOSER TO FULFILLING EUROPEAN DREAM Turkey Comes A Step Closer To Fulfilling European Dream
BRUSSELS, 07.10.04. Turkey came a step closer to fulfilling a 40-year-old dream when the European Commission recommended that the EU should begin membership talks with An... (photo: picture-alliance/dpa) ARC News
Brussels   Europe   Photos   Politics   Turkey  
Saddam 'destroyed weapons to get rid of UN sanctions' Saddam 'destroyed weapons to get rid of UN sanctions'
1.00pm - By ANNE PENKETH | Time and time again, like a mantra, Charles Duelfer repeats throughout each section of his painstaking report that there is "no evidence" that ... (photo: Getty Images) NZ Herald
Iraq   Mideast   Nuclear   Photos   UN  
Afghanistan needs Karzai Afghanistan needs Karzai
Nasim Zehra | The writer is an Islamabad-based security analyst, is a fellow of the Harvard University Asia Center nasimzehra@hotmail.com | Afghanistan’s President Hamid ... (photo: NATO) The News International
Afghanistan   Democracy   Photos   Political   Security  
Seoul, Tokyo and the forbidden nuclear                           card Seoul, Tokyo and the forbidden nuclear card
By Yoel Sano | As hopes fade for a speedy resolution of the crisis over North Korea's nuclear-weapons program, there have been indications that South Korea and Japan - Py... (photo: Getty Images) Asia Times
N Korea   Nuclear   Photo   Seoul   Tokyo  
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