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CIS jubilee summit kiсks off

Today, 8 of the 11 CIS leaders met in Dushanbe, Tajikistan's capital, to discuss further development of the post-Soviet association and urgent international problems

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World Press on Iran, Turkey and Caucasus (September 2, 2011)

The media today are reporting on Turkey’s decision to host earlywarning radar as part of Nato’s missile defense system directed atcountering ballistic missile threats from neighboring Iran. An articlepublished by the Guardian entitled “Turkey agrees to host missileearly warning radar for Nato” reports that the statement released bythe Turkish foreign minister does not mention when and where the USearly warning radar would be stationed. Nato members agreed to placethe radar system last year at a summit in Lisbon. Turkey was for a

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Russia wants Central Asia to organize security enforcement

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev had a meeting with the leaders of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tajikistan - Hamid Karzay, Asif Ali Zardadi and Emomali Rahmon. He believes that Central Asia should have responsibility for security in the region.

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The Washington Post reported that Iran says its parliamentary speaker will visit North Korea to discuss the “expansion of cooperation” with Pyongyang. The trip underlines the close ties between the two nations. The U.S. has accused North Korea of providing Iran with advanced missiles capable of targeting European capitals. Iranian and North Korean officials have said in the past that the two countries are in “one trench” in the fight against “arrogant powers.” Both are bitter enemies of the U.S. and the West.

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Undefeated president

Importance of Ahmat Kadyrov in the modern history of the Chechen society is discussed in the republic today

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UN to assign Turkey to head peacekeeping forces in Libya

The United Nations plans to send peacekeeping forces consisting of 200 military experts and 190 policemen to LibyaThere is information that UN General Secretary Ban Ki-moon plans to designate Turkey to manage these peacekeeping forces.

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Police killed in Grozny 'prevented major terrorist attack'

The suicide bombers who killed at least nine people in Grozny on Tuesday evening planned to commit a terrorist attack at a public event, but the police officers who tried to detain them prevented huge tragedy at the expense of their lives, the head of the ministry for internal affairs of Chechnya, Ruslan Alkhanov.Nine people died and 20 were injured in the blasts. Among the nine victims there were seven policemen, one person from the Emergencies Ministry and a civilian.

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