14:11 GMT +3 hours
03 March 2015
Asia & Pacific
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Brave New World
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From Moscow with Love
MOSCOW, October 30 (RIA Novosti) - Russia's gold and foreign currency reserves dropped by $31 billion, to $484.7 billion, in the week of October 17 - October 24, the Central Bank of Russia said Thursday.
Second Mistral Built for Russia Begins Sea Trials in March
The Sevastopol, the second Mistral-class helicopter carrier built for Russia, is slated to begin sea trials in March, according to a representative of the French shipbuilding industry.
Missile Forces Drills From Baltic Fleet Kick Off in Russia's Kaliningrad
Defense Ministry’s Western Military Region for the Baltic Fleet’s press service said that joint Missile Forces from the Baltic Fleet have begun in Russia’s exclave of Kaliningrad.
Shinzo Abe in Political Donation Scandal
A local branch of the Japanese Prime Minister's Liberal Democratic Party has disclosed its receipt of donations from companies which received subsidies from the government.
Burning Desires: UK Police Failing Victims of Arson
Major Artillery Drills Begin in Russian Far East – Defense Ministry
Australia's Prime Minister Pledges 300 More Troops to Iraq
20 Killed, 13 Injured During Bus Crash in China
Russian Senate Takes Cost Cutting Measures, Agrees to 10% Less Pay
US to Deploy Six National Guard Companies to Ukraine This Week
Texas Town Sees 61% Drop in Crime After Kicking Out Cops
Some of the CCTV Cameras at Nemtsov Murder Site Were Shut Off – Media
Witness Describes Killer of Russian Politician Boris Nemtsov
Obama Threatened to Shoot Down Israeli Attack Jets - Report
Flashback: Vietnam War 50 Years Later
To TTIP or Not to TTIP?
The Mistral-Class Helicopter Carrier