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The Russian Strategic Missile Force has tested the modern Yars intercontinental ballistic missile. The previous test of the ICBM was conducted last week. Read Full Article at
Slovenia's Ambassador to Macedonia Milan Jazbec has withdrawn from the presidential race because he believes he will not be able to collect the required 5,000 voter signatures within the deadline
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Romania's national budget fails to get about 38 percent of due Value-Added Tax (VAT), and Romania does not fare well as far as collected VAT is concerned, Daniel Anghel, head of indirect rates and ta
Ukraine's economy has been growing for six consecutive quarters, and heads of companies record growth in optimistic expectations for the development of the macroeconomic situation, according to the po
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The situation on the Korean Peninsula remains tense amid Pyongyang’s active development of nuclear and missile programs
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