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17:01 Obama Avoids G-Word, Calls 1915 Events 'Meds Yeghern'
US President Barack Obama did not use the word “genocide” when describing the 1915 events that led to great suffering of Ottoman Armenians during his annual Armenian Remembrance Day speech on April 24, 2014, despite expectations of Armenian-Americans that he would use the word this time.During a vis...
24.04.2014
11:47
Visa Center Strengthens Ties Between Azerbaijan And UK Citizens Visa Center Strengthens Ties Between Azerbaijan And UK Citizens
The opening of a visa center in Baku is the next step towards further strengthening of the ties between Azerbaijani and UK citizens.
24.04.2014
16:42
Ship Seizure Deepens China's Rift With Japan Ship Seizure Deepens China's Rift With Japan
Decision by court in Shanghai to impound a Japanese ship in a 78-year-old legal case has serious implications for dozens of other compensation cases aimed at Japanese companies and the government. The Japanese government has reacted with restraint after the Shanghai Maritime Court on Saturday (20.04...
23.04.2014
15:04 No Plans To Lift Mugabe Sanctions: Eu Envoy
Ambassador Del Ariccia suggested Mugabe was trying to evade stringent transparency requirements on selling diamonds.
23.04.2014
14:31
Japan's Toyota Sets New 12-Month Sales Record Japan's Toyota Sets New 12-Month Sales Record
Japanese carmaker Toyota has said it has sold a record number of vehicles in the year to March. The company noted the sales boost was in no small way due to last-minute buying ahead of a VAT hike in the country. Toyota announced Wednesday it sold more than 10 million vehicles in the fiscal year endi...
23.04.2014
14:19 Visits To Japanese War Shrine Irritate Us
US concerned disputes stemming from WWII straining Japan’s relations with South Korea, a treaty ally, and China with which it wishes to maintain cordial relations.
23.04.2014
13:46 UN Discussed The Cancellation Of Iranian Envoy's Visa
Commenting on the US law blocking a visa for Iran's proposed UN envoy, the chair of the UN Committee on Relations with the Host Country ambassador Nicholas Emiliou of Cyprus told reporters on Tuesday (22 Apr) that "the Committee decided to remain seized of the issue and we will revert to it if neces...
23.04.2014
13:31
FIFA Lift Barcelona Transfer Ban While Sanction Is Appealed FIFA Lift Barcelona Transfer Ban While Sanction Is Appealed
World football's governing body FIFA have temporarily lifted FC Barcelona's ban on transferring players. The Catalan club will be able to make signings this summer while they appeal the sanction. FIFA announced the suspension in a statement on Wednesday, citing the complexity of the case and the sho...
23.04.2014
10:17
Turkey Delays Discussion Of Lifting Ex-Ministers Immunities Turkey Delays Discussion Of Lifting Ex-Ministers Immunities
Turkey's parliament has postponed discussion on deprivation of immunity of former ministers implicated in a corruption scandal.
23.04.2014
03:19 US Vs Iran Standoff On Iranian Un Ambassador Continues
Two sides make their case on U.S. denial of visa to designated Iranian ambassador to the UN but no decision and no new meeting scheduled.
23.04.2014
01:16
Iran Protests At U.N. Committee On Envoy Ban As U.S. Stands Ground Iran Protests At U.N. Committee On Envoy Ban As U.S. Stands Ground
Iran complained to a United Nations committee on Tuesday about Washington's refusal to grant a visa to Tehran's proposed new U.N. envoy due to his suspected links to hostage-takers, even as the United States stood firm on its decision, Reuters reported.
23.04.2014
12:24 A Critique Of State And Power
In traditional societies, a government would rely on a specific person or dynasty for its legitimacy. The king would search for a sacred foundation, but the search was actually about real people. Japan's emperor, who was referred to as the son of the sun; the Persian ruler Chosroes, who was believed...
22.04.2014
17:04 China Angered By Japan Pm's Offering To Yasukuni Shrine
Japan's PM Abe donates gift at shrine honoring war criminals convicted by Allies after WWII.
21.04.2014
16:16 Putin Signs Law To Ease Russian Citizenship For Former USSR Residents
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law that would relax requirements for obtaining Russian citizenship for those who are fluent in Russian and live or have lived in the Soviet Union or the Russian Empire within the present borders of the Russian Federation.According to the law, a foreign ...
21.04.2014
09:22
Decades Later, Hostage Crisis Still Haunts US-Iranian Relations Decades Later, Hostage Crisis Still Haunts US-Iranian Relations
The White House has refused to grant a visa to Iran's new UN ambassador due to his involvement in the 1979 hostage crisis. The diplomatic clash comes at a delicate time in negotiations over Tehran's nuclear program. Responding to a groundswell of domestic pressure, the Obama administration has denie...
21.04.2014
05:02
Japan Posts Record 13.75 Tln Yen Trade Deficit In FY 2013 Japan Posts Record 13.75 Tln Yen Trade Deficit In FY 2013
Japan posted a record 13.75 trillion yen (about 134.24 billion U.S. dollars) trade deficit in the fiscal year of 2013 ended in March, Japan's Finance Ministry said Monday, Xinhua reported.
21.04.2014
15:02
Iran, Azerbaijan Discuss Abolition Of Visa Regime Iran, Azerbaijan Discuss Abolition Of Visa Regime
Iran and Azerbaijan have discussed the abolition of visa regime,
19.04.2014
01:45
Obama Signs Act Barring Visas For Certain UN Representatives Obama Signs Act Barring Visas For Certain UN Representatives
U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday signed into law an act that bars entry of certain representatives to the United Nations, Xinhua reported.
19.04.2014
00:33 Obama Signs Act To Deny Visa To Iran Envoy
The American President said he would treat the act as advisory in order to ensure that his ability to receive or reject ambassadors is not impeded by the law.
19.04.2014
17:00
Trade, Security Top Obama's Agenda In Japan Trade, Security Top Obama's Agenda In Japan
In light of an expanding China and economic challenges, Japan and the US 'intend to overcome mutual differences and together forge a sturdy economic order for Asia and the Pacific in the 21st century' with Obama's visit. The red, white and blue bunting is being prepared for the streets of the Japane...
18.04.2014

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