Friday, February 12, 2016

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EU Set To Drop Most Sanctions On Belarus For Good

EU foreign ministers are poised to allow most of the bloc's sanctions against Belarus to expire when they meet next week in Brussels, diplomatic sources have told RFE/RL, but an arms embargo will apparently remain in place.

Russia's Largest Carmaker Seeks Shareholder Support After Record Loss

Russia’s largest carmaker has called on shareholders to help save it from bankruptcy after reporting a record loss.

Jailed Kazakh Lawyer 'On Hunger Strike'

The mother of a Kazakh lawyer jailed for hitting a judge with a fly swatter says her son has been on hunger strike since January 13.

EU Tightens Screws On Russian, Chinese Steel Imports

The European Union has imposed antidumping duties on cold-rolled flat steel imports from China and Russia.

Baku Claims Armenian Losses In Karabakh

Azerbaijan says at least five Armenian soldiers have been killed in a clash with Azerbaijani forces near the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region.


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