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Demonstration against the Kadyrov Bridge in Russia

Demonstration against the Kadyrov Bridge in Russia

Hundreds of demonstrators in St. Petersburg protested a proposal to name a new bridge after the previous Chechen president Akhmad Kadyrov. Protesters claimed that the name of Kadyrov cannot be given to bridge since he had no connection to St. Petersburg. Recently St. Petersburg city commission agreed on the proposal to name an unnamed city […]

Erdogan reminds Germany’s Namibia Genocide

Erdogan reminds Germany’s Namibia Genocide

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan slammed Germany over the parliament resolution on the historical events which recognizes the relocation of Armenians by the Ottoman Empire as “genocide.” He spoke at Sebahattin Zaim University on June 5 and said that Germany blackmailed Turkey by this resolution. He called out the Germans over their history of mass […]

The Nazi Salute of Armenia

The Nazi Salute of Armenia

The German Parliament overwhelmingly adopted a resolution by declaring the killings of Armenians by Ottomans in 1915 a genocide. Turkish authorities called this initiative as irrational and recalled its ambassador to Berlin, Hüseyin Avni Karslioglu. President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan sent letters of thanks to the President of Federal Republic of Germany Joachim Gauck, Chancellor […]

Australian sinologists positive on ties with China

Australian sinologists positive on ties with China

By Li Feng from People’s Daily China and Australia should intensify collaboration in politics, economy, culture as well as peoples based on their current sound ties, Australian experts on Chinese studies expressed their optimism over bilateral ties at a symposium held in Sydney on Friday. “Australia-China relations are good overall”, said Jeffrey Riegel, Director of […]

Do you know anything about Kyrgyzstan?

Do you know anything about Kyrgyzstan?

I participated in an international forum last month. I met many people and made a lot of friends. But many of them have not heard about my country. So I was hurt… No, I’m just kidding here. Just it was not pleasant. Even someone asked me, whether Kyrgyzstan is a country of Mongolia. I only […]

2016 Independence Day of Georgia

2016 Independence Day of Georgia

On May 26, Georgia celebrates its Independence Day, commemorating the adoption of the Act of Independence in 1918, which outlined the main principles of the nation’s democratic development and formed a Democratic Republic. After being incorporated into the Soviet Union, Georgia once again regained its independence on April 9, 1991. This year Georgia celebrates 25th […]

98th Anniversary of the Republic of Azerbaijan is celebrated in Seoul

98th Anniversary of the Republic of Azerbaijan is celebrated in Seoul

Embassy of Azerbaijan in Seoul organized a ceremony to celebrate the 98th anniversary of the Republic Day of Azerbaijan and the 24th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Azerbaijan and South Korea. The ceremony was held in Millenium Seoul Hilton Hotel on May 24. All diplomatic representatives shared a great interest in the […]

Cameron says Turkey will join EU in year 3000

Cameron says Turkey will join EU in year 3000

In an interview with ITV, British PM, David Cameron said that Turkey can join the European Union in the year of 3000 because of its current progress. He told that “It is not remotely on the cards that Turkey is going to join the EU anytime soon. They applied in 1987. At the current rate […]

The ticking Korean bomb

The ticking Korean bomb

The ISIS and terrorist attacks in Europe grab regular headlines while a quiet bomb ticks in northeast Asia. The threat is not misplaced, considering nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles are at the command of a 33-year old authoritarian leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un. Korea is the last divided nation on the planet. Unification may […]

Stalin’s statue dismantled in Georgia

Stalin’s statue dismantled in Georgia

Stalin’s bust has been bashed in by the local administration in Ateni village of Gori, Georgia. Local residents, who celebrated the Victory Day on May 9, erected the bust without permission from officials. The statue was paint bombed by some anti-Stalin people ad after it was dismantled by the local authorities. Mamuka Shatakishvili, a local […]

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