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BRICS leaders arrive in India for summit

The fourth BRICS summit will begin in New Delhi on Thursday, world media report.The leaders of China, Russia, Brazil and South Africa have already arrived in the country and were greeted by members of the government. Here are some candid and not so candid images of their arrivals.

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Foreign ministers of co-chair states of the OSCE Minsk Group call for political will to resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh settlement, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said.

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Seoul summit discusses nuclear threats

The world summit on nuclear security has ended in Seoul. All states developing nuclear technologies took part. North Korea and Iran were not invited, which is a signal that the talks concerned them. Experts have called the final statement unclear. It contains urges to ban highly enriched nuclear fuel. Third world states were recommended to export only light-water reactors.

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Javakhk "Joker"

The main purpose of the "Javakhk movement" at this stage is achieving self-government

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World Press on Iran, Turkey and the Caucasus (March 27, 2012)

The Guardian published an article entitled 'Arab spring leads to wave of Middle East state executions.' "Middle Eastern countries have stepped up their use of capital punishment, executing hundreds of people as rulers across the region seek to deter the wave of uprisings sweeping the Arab countries," the article reads, continuing "Despite a significant reduction in the number of countries that used the death penalty worldwide last year, there was a sharp rise in exe

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Seoul summit to discuss terrorism

Seoul hosts on Tuesday the second day of a summit on nuclear security with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in attendance. Talks will stress on improvement of nuclear security and use of nuclear materials by criminals.

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The summit on the nuclear safety held in Seoul today is on the main focus of the today's newspapers. "Obama urges North Korea and Iran to drop nuclear programs" is an article published today by the Los Angeles Times. On Monday US President  Barack Obama appealed to the leaders of North Korea and Iran to abandon their nuclear weapons programs at the Summit on Nuclear Safety in Seoul, South Korea.

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