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Germany summons North Korean to protest against nuclear test BERLIN: Germany summoned the North Korean ambassador on Monday to protest against an announcement that the country is planning a new nuclear test, after it test-fired medium-range missiles."The Foreign Ministry summoned the North Korean ambassador, Ri Si Hong, in light of the announcement of a further nuclear test from the North Korean government," the ministry said."The Foreign Ministry emphatically calls upon the North Korean government to undertake efforts towards a de-escalation and to resume the dialogue towards resolving the nuclear question."It warned there would be a strong international reaction if the test went ahead.North Korea fired two Rodong missiles on March 26, just as the leaders of Japan, South Korea and the United States were sitting down to discuss containing the North Korean nuclear threat.Since then, North Korea has rattled sabres by firing artillery rounds into South Korean waters, prompting the South to fire back.South Korea has test-fired a new ...

Protests in east Ukraine aimed at bringing in Russian troops: PM KIEV: Protests in eastern Ukraine in which pro-Russian activists seized public buildings in three cities are part of a plan to destabilise Ukraine and bring in Russian troops, Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Monday.Saying Russian troops were within a 30 km (19 mile) zone from the Ukrainian border, Yatseniuk told a government meeting: "An anti-Ukrainian plan is being put into operation ... under which foreign troops will cross the border and seize the territory ...
Putin's party loses mayor race in Russia's third largest city MOSCOW: The Communist Party won a surprise victory against President Vladimir Putin's ruling party in a mayoral race in Russia's third largest city of Novosibirsk, election officials said on Monday.Communist lawmaker Anatoly Lokot won 43.75 percent of the vote against the acting mayor Vladimir Znatkov from the ruling United Russia party, who took 39.57 percent, the Siberian city's electoral commission said."We have created a unique situation in Russia where a united opposition managed to claim ...
Pro-Russian protesters in eastern Ukraine seize weapons: Interior Ministry KIEV: Pro-Russian protesters who broke into state security headquarters in the eastern Ukrainian city of Luhansk have seized weapons and road police have closed down entrances into the city, local police said on Monday."Unknown people who are in the building have broken into the building's arsenal and have seized weapons," police said in a statement.Separately, Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said on his Facebook page that the regional administrative building in another eastern city, Kharkiv, had ...
Russia bans Ukrainian dairy imports from six companies MOSCOW: Russia's consumer protection agency said on Monday it had suspended imports from six Ukrainian dairy producers, the latest sign of worsening trade relations between the two countries since Russia annexed Crimea. Rospotrebnadzor said in a statement it had found that the products violated dairy regulations after conducting laboratory tests. "To ensure consumer rights Rospotrebnadzor has suspended imports into the Russian Federation of (six) Ukrainian dairy producers," the agency said. Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
Hungarian voters poised to re-elect maverick prime minister BUDAPEST: Hungarians were set to return Prime Minister Viktor Orban to power for another four years in a parliamentary election on Sunday that was also expected to further entrench the far-right Jobbik party as a political force.Orban, 50, has had repeated rows with the European Union and foreign investors, particularly over heavy taxes imposed on the country's mostly foreign-owned banks, telecoms and energy firms, and increased state control over the energy sector.But many Hungarians see ...
Germany wants to call unions to order over strikes BERLIN: A pilots' strike in Germany last week has highlighted the power comparatively small groups of employees have to lay low key areas of the economy in pursuit of their own interests.And the German government is looking to draw up legislation later this year to prevent this from happening again."One company, one wage agreement" is the motto behind a proposed "Tarifeinheit" or unified wage-bargaining mechanism masterminded by Labour Minister Andrea Nahles.Over three days last week, ...

 



 
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