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An Eighth champion

After the second semi-final between Germany and Spain the world awaits an eighth champion

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European World Champion

The last obstacle to a European side lifting the 2010 World Cup was a good side, but not the continent’s strongest. Uruguay has lifted the World Cup twice, but the last time was in 1950.

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After Clinton

Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan are now able to enjoy greater political independence

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bp revises Caspian situation

The ecological catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico, the loss of a platform and the ongoing oil spill have substantially undermined BP’s positions.

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Transcaucasus mission of the State Secretary

Today the expert community of the South Caucasus is wondering whether the US State Secretary Hillary Clinton's visit will give impetus to the negotiation process on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

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Europe thrashes South America

Those who backed South American sides after the first group stage at the World Cup now see their hopes for the continent lie with its sole representative in the semi-finals - Uruguay. No one expected that Brazil and Argentina would fall to the Dutch and the Germans respectively in the last eight.

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Tbilisi intends to take revenge

A hearing on "recognizing the genocide of the Chechen and the Cherkess people in Russia" has been recently held in the Georgian parliament's committee on relations with the peoples of the North Caucasus.

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Au revoir, Festival!

The Fifth International Festival of Arts “At Larisa Gergiev’s”, in which more than 100 concerts of vocal and instrumental music, opera, ballet and drama performances and exhibitions were presented by artists of various genres, has finished its work in the capital of North Ossetia, Vladikavkaz.

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Chechen agriculture

Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov noted that the agricultural sector was damaged during the war more than other spheres of the Chechen economy and its recovery needs the assistance of the federal government

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The past and future of Georgian tea

Soviet Georgia produced 500,000 tons of tea annually. But those times have gone and Georgian tea makers will have to adjust to the new competition.

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