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Iran nuclear deal collapse could spell grave consequences for the Korean peninsula – Lavrov

The potential collapse of the nuclear deal with Iran could set a dangerous precedent and will have serious consequences for the tense standoff on the Korean peninsula, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has warned. Tensions between North Korea and the international community have steadily been rising over Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program. An already volatile situation has been further inflamed by ...

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Russia international Dzhikiya suffers serious knee injury, could miss World Cup

Russia’s international defender Georgi Dzhikiya is a doubt for this summer’s World Cup after suffering what appears to be a serious knee injury in a friendly for club side Spartak Moscow in Abu Dhabi Thursday. The 24-year-old was playing for Spartak against Shanghai SIPG when his leg reportedly gave way. One report suggested it may have been caused due to ...

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Afrin knot: How the battle for a small Kurdish enclave could be the death knell for US-Turkey ties

Turkey is gearing up to move troops toward Afrin, a Kurdish-held area of Syria. The battle over the tiny enclave, which many would struggle to find on the map, could put Ankara in open conflict with NATO ally the US – here’s how. READ MORE: Erdogan demands NATO take stand on US-backed Syrian Border Force This week, the countdown began for ...

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Bitcoin could still hit $100,000 this year – analyst

The price of bitcoin, which has been taking a beating since the start of the year, could still rise significantly and reach between $ 50,000 and $ 100,000 by the end of 2018, according to Saxo Bank analyst Kay Van-Petersen. Read more “First off, you could argue we have had a proper correction in bitcoin, it has had a 50 ...

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Bitcoin bubble could burst & it would be no big deal – report

The surge of bitcoin has been raising fears that it could be approaching bubble territory. Analysis from Capital Economics, however, says its crash wouldn’t be that big of a deal for the broader financial markets. Read more “Unlike the bubbles in the tech sector in the late 1990s and in US residential property a few years later, a bursting of ...

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‘We could lose the historic victory’: Farage fears Brexit reversal

Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage says he is growing increasingly concerned that the UK’s historic vote to leave the European Union could be overturned after all. The former UKIP leader claims the ‘Leave’ camp has lost steam in negotiations, giving the ‘Remainers’ more leverage in controlling the debate and influencing both parliament and the public on EU membership unchallenged. READ MORE: ...

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Scrapping Iran deal could prove a grave error in US foreign policy – Moscow

Russia has lambasted the apparent US intention to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal and scrap the agreement. Such a move could be one of Washington’s grave foreign policy mistakes, Russia’s deputy foreign minister said. Read more Moscow believes that Washington has either already made or is close to making a decision to withdraw from the Joint Comprehensive Plan ...

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Mars ice cliffs could be key to supporting life on Red Planet

Mars has ice sheets more than 100 meters deep hiding beneath its red dust, offering a potential water source for future explorers of the Red Planet, according to new research. A team of scientists, led by Colin Dundas, a geologist at the US Geological Survey, analyzed data from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), specifically looking at eight areas where erosion ...

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‘Polexit’ vote could happen if Warsaw becomes EU net contributor – Tusk

EU President Donald Tusk has warned that Poland’s nationalist government could follow the UK in leaving the 28-member bloc if one day its contribution to the bloc outweighs the funding it receives. In an interview with the weekly Tygodnik Powszechny, the former Polish prime minister and opponent of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party said he has “no doubt ...

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Assange getting Ecuadorian ID could be ‘first step’ to diplomatic immunity – rights activist

Published time: 10 Jan, 2018 21:39 The Ecuadorian ID reportedly granted to Julian Assange could mark his first step to obtaining diplomatic immunity, as Ecuador wants to resolve Assange’s indefinite embassy stay, human rights activist Peter Tatchell told RT. “Granting an identity card is potentially the first step towards granting citizenship of Ecuador. And there is a possibility that he ...

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