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 U.S. Fed holds interest rates steady

The U.S. Federal Reserve held interest rates steady but signaled possible rate cuts of as much as half a percentage point over the remainder of this year, as it responded to increased economic uncertainty and a drop in expected inflation. …

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Azerbaijani army holds exercises at combined-arms range

Exercises of one of Azerbaijan's Army Corps were held at the combined-arms range, the country's Defense Ministry reported. They were held according to the plan of combat training for 2019 approved by the Azerbaijani Minister of …

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Iran to keep reducing JCPOA commitments

  Iran is determined to keep reducing its commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal gradually if the other parties’ non-commitment continues, Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali …

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Medvedev knows how to 'warm up' Russian economy

National Projects will influence on domestic economy over time but measures should be taken to warm it up already this year, Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said. "Growing investments within the …

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What to expect from OPEC+ meeting in July?

OPEC has agreed to move its next meeting to July 1, followed by a meeting with non-OPEC allies on July 2, according to new dates posted on the website of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. OPEC and allies were …

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Armenian parliament restricts gambling commercials

Armenia's National Assembly gave its final approval to the legislative changes implying restrictions for gambling commercials.  Now drawings are allowed to be aired on a TV or radio channels as well as in internet, including …

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Malta-Tbilisi flights to be launched in July

Air Malta is launching Malta-Tbilisi flights starting July 4, according to the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency (GCAA). Flights will be carried out every Thursday by an Airbus A320 type aircraft. "These seasonal …

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Era of digital terrorism coming in Russia

An era of digital terrorism is dawning, which is fraught with consequences similar to those stemming from the possible use of weapons of mass destruction, Russian Security Council Deputy Secretary Yuri Kokov said at the 10th …

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 U.S. may impose new sanctions on Turkey in July - media

The U.S. administration is weighing three sanctions packages to punish Turkey over its purchases of the Russian S-400 missile-defense system. According to the sources, the U.S. could impose sanctions as early as July, the soonest Turkey …

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IRGC on Iran's ballistic missiles capabilities

Iran’s ballistic missiles are capable of hitting “carriers in the sea” with great precision, the commander of Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards Corps, Brigadier General Hossein Salami said in a televised …

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 Trump names Esper as Acting Defense Secretary

Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan has withdrawn from consideration to hold the post in a permanent capacity, U.S. President Donald Trump announced. The president said Shanahan had opted to …

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Trump launches his 2020 campaign

U.S. President Donald Trump officially launched his 2020 presidential campaign Tuesday night in Orlando. Vice President Mike Pence took the stage prior to the president and said, "We're here …

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