Azerbaijan will increase the excise tax rate on imports of tobacco and alcohol products by two times since 2018.
Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Berat Albayrak tweeted Nov. 7 that he discussed joint energy projects with Azerbaijani Energy Minister Parviz Shahbazov.
The number of protests across Russia has increased since the beginning of the year, with some three-quarters of rallies being on socio-economic issues. Just over a quarter were purely p
World-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking has warned that artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to destroy civilization and could be the worst thing that has ever happened to humanity. Seaking
The man who committed the deadliest mass shooting in Texas history was able to buy guns legally from a sporting goods store because a prior domestic violence conviction was never entered into an FBI d
The president also ordered to send humanitarian aid
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin says Ukraine should make use of the European bailout plan for Ukraine, which foresees, among other things, international donors' support of Ukrainian refor
Houthi forces showcased what they claimed were their newest anti-ship missiles, threatening to target Saudi warships “very soon.” The warning comes days after a missile fired from Yemen
Those sought-after experiences can be customised to the minutest detail
The European network of medical laboratories Synevo seeks to develop the franchising chain of biomaterial reception centers in towns with population of up to 50,000 people, Synevo Ukraine Commercial D
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has upheld at the first reading draft bill No. 3112-1 "Draft Electoral Code of Ukraine" by the authorship of a group of people's deputies headed by Parliament Speaker And
The development of an apparatus-program complex should replace similar foreign devices
Was Corbyn only half-heartedly against Brexit, or did he simply recognize how politically toxic it is being seen with Tony Blair? According to ex-PM Gordon Brown, the Labour leader refu
The Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SAPO) has filed appeals against the decisions of the Solomiansky District Court of Kyiv in the "backpack case," according to which all three defend
Officials of the Estonian Internal Security Service (ISS) last week detained a man heading to Russia at the Narva border crossing point who is suspected of working as an agent of the Russian Federal S
A woman who says she was raped by a stranger has set up a crowdfunding campaign to bring her alleged attacker to justice. Prosecutors refused to press charges, despite claims from Emily
None of the depositors of the International Bank of Azerbaijan (IBA) suffered losses as a result of the bank’s recovery process.
The municipal council of Árborg, South Iceland announced possible plans of building an international airport in their community.
Moscow and Rome have reached an agreement on direct deliveries of Russian Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) passenger jets to European customers, according to Russia's Federal Air Transport
Young families are moving house even before their children reach school age especially if they reside in the four largest...
Kyiv police have strengthened security measures near the building of the Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine's parliament, due to a rally scheduled for November 7, according to the TV news service TSN.
Small savers, who usually used to invest in real estate and gold, pour money in stock markets
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says he’ll phone his counterpart in Iran amid fears comments he made could lead to a British woman in an Iranian jail having her sentence doubled. Johnso
Slovak Economy Minister Peter Ziga and Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs Peter Szijjarto signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Eastring gas pipeline project.
The story of India’s digital payments revolution has an unlikely hero — its government
An “army of spies” tried to silence actresses and reporters making allegations against Harvey Weinstein, a report claims. Security firm Black Cube, run by former Mossad operatives, is r
One crew member died in the accident, while another was hospitalized
Romania's communications ministry has selected law firm SCA Bohalteanu si Asociatii to advise it on the share capital hike of state-owned postal operator Posta Romana, under a RON10,000 contract.
French prosecutors have opened an inquiry into fresh death threats against journalists at Charlie Hebdo after the satirical paper published a cartoon of Islamic intellectual Tariq Ramadan relating to
Ukraine may apply for NATO's Membership Action Plan (MAP) in 2020 after it reaches NATO standards through reforms, the head of the Ukrainian Mission to the North Atlantic Alliance, Vadym Prystaiko, sa
A number of Dutch Turks in Zaandam are being asked to undergo a dna test in a last-ditch effort to...
Asking prices of home for sale in Bucharest declined but grew in other cities across the country by an average 3.5% in the third quarter compared with the second quarter, according to a report relea
Tax evasion expected to come down and digitisation to gain traction
Further on, the talk can be about a batch of rotorcraft, the deputy director of Russia’s Federal Service for Military and Technical Cooperation said
UkrAgroConsult consultancy on Tuesday revised down its forecast for Ukraine's 2017 maize harvest by 2%, to 25.5 million tonnes from the previous outlook of 26 million tonnes due to a yield decreas
Moving goalposts to new targets remains unconvincing
A solo concert of famous pianist, laureate of international competitions Luka Safronov marking the 10th anniversary of Baku magazine was held at the International Mugham Center in Baku Nov.6.
An attempt to include a draft resolution on for resignation of Ukraine's Interior Minister Arsen Avakov shows there is a campaign against the party, Maksym Burbak, the faction's leader, has said.
Britain is among the most reliant on foreign doctors and nurses of all developed countries, according to NHS Providers. The findings have renewed calls for the government to guarantee t
Bloc of Petro Poroshenko MP Iryna Friz has said in the context of the case of a serviceman of the 79th border detachment of the Black Sea regional department of the State Border Service, Serhiy Kolmoh
Four journalists working for Russian television channels Zvezda and NTV and five military servicemen had sustained injuries in Syria
Ukraine should adopt European practices of setting prices of expensive innovative medicines, applying negotiation procedures and long-term contracts, Co-Chairman of the Healthcare Committee of the Ame
Public joint-stock company Ukrposhta (Kyiv) seeks to issue Series A-C UAH 600 million bonds, according to a posting on the website of the National Commission for Securities and the Stock Market.
In total, 441 Dutch four-year-olds and just under 1,000 five-year-olds have their own mobile phone, telecoms group KPN said on...
A Japanese court has sentenced a “Black Widow” who met wealthy partners via dating agencies and poisoned them with cyanide. She kept the poison in a plant pot, and revealed she had kill
The parliamentary faction of Oleh Liashko's Radical Party demands the creation of a temporary inquiry commission of the Verkhovna Rada to control the investigation by law enforcement agencies of terro
Technical consultations with the Indonesian Air Force are underway, according to Rosoboronexport
Monday was the last day of work for Social Democrat MP Ivari Padar in the Estonian parliament, as his mandate as member of the European Parliament in the seat left vacant by Estonian MEP Marju Laurist
Top officials for the International Olympic Committee are considering a menu of possible penalties against Russia for doping violations, including barring the country's national anthem at the comi
Private joint-stock company Kuznya on Rybalsky plant (Kyiv) has confirmed its readiness to cooperate with investigators of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) and oppose speculations
Investigators are considering three possible scenarios behind the killing of businessman Eduard Akselrod, which is qualified as a contract killing, the head of the investigative department of the Nati
As of Tuesday morning, about 500 protesters gathered near the building of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
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