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    49% Russians unperturbed by West’s sanctions: Poll

    49% Russians unperturbed by West’s sanctions: Poll

    Russia has announced that that Crimea and Sevastopol would become a special economic zone.

    Zuma joins list of African leaders shunning EU meet

    Zuma joins list of African leaders shunning EU meet

    Controversy over the EU invite list has led many African leaders to skip the summit.

    Beijing pushes for bilateral talks with Philippines

    Beijing pushes for bilateral talks with Philippines

    Philippines filed a lawsuit on Sunday, challenging China before a UN court at The Hague.

    Eurozone signals renewed growth, report says

    To spur growth, the ECB has enacted policies to keep inflation rates at around 2 per cent throughout the eurozone.

    Google, FB, Twitter eye 5 bn poll pie in Indian elections

    Google, FB, Twitter eye 5 bn poll pie in Indian elections

    814 million Indians will cast their ballot from April 7- May 12 in the world’s largest democratic exercise.

    West fails to understand China’s Ukraine policy: Russia

    West fails to understand China’s Ukraine policy: Russia

    The US said it is trying to diplomatically isolate Russia.

    Lavrov to meet Kerry over Ukraine crisis

    Lavrov to meet Kerry over Ukraine crisis

    The Russian FM has proposed "deep constitutional reforms" that would guarantee the rights of Russian speakers in Ukraine.

    Central African Republic marks grim anniversary

    Central African Republic marks grim anniversary

    CAR officials have asked the UN Security Council to authorise a peacekeeping force of at least 12,000 to end the ethnic conflict.

    Putin to visit China in May to bolster ties

    Putin to visit China in May to bolster ties

    The Chinese President has made Russia the priority of Beijing’s foreign policy.

    Xi urges political solution to Ukraine crisis

    Xi urges political solution to Ukraine crisis

    Beijing abstained in a recent UNSC vote on the situation, but supports efforts to de-escalate.

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