This formal recognition would allow both sides to do things that have never been possible earlier, Carter said.
* TalkPool and Sigma Technology Solutions sign global
framework agreement within Internet of Things Source text for Eikon:
MOSCOW, Dec 8 (Reuters) – Russia’s communications regulator
said on Thursday it had a constructive meeting with
representatives of LinkedIn Corp., a social networking
website it blocked last month over its failure to comply with a
data storage law.
President-elect Trump has a new — and unlikely — adviser: Leonardo DiCaprio. DiCaprio met with Donald Trump to push climate activism and for green jobs — just as the president-elect announced a climate-science skeptic to head the EPA on Wednesday. Terry Tamminen, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation CEO, released a statement after the Trump […]
In what could be a major boost for gender equality and mothers in particular, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is likely hike allocation for the Ministry of Women and Child Development by 20 percent with an emphasis on universalising the maternity benefit scheme.
PARIS, Dec 8 (Reuters) – Canada has selected the Airbus C295W aircraft for its fixed-wing search and rescue
programme, the European company said on Thursday.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday appreciated people’s support for his demonetisation decision.
Carrier union boss: No regrets about calling Trump a liar – Dec. 8, 2016 by Chris Isidore @CNNMoney December 8, 2016: 9:08 AM ET The Indiana union leader attacked by Donald Trump in tweets says he has no regrets about calling the president-elect a liar for his claims about saving jobs at Carrier. “He […]
President of Aleppo local council said that 150,000 people are condemned to death in besieged eastern Aleppo, Reuters reported on Thursday.
He added that more than 800 died, as many as 3,500 wounded in past 26 days.
Red Cross evacuates 148 mostly disabled & elderly civilians found in Aleppo’s old city, BBC reported.
Meanwhile, Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad says victory for his forces in Aleppo would be a “huge step” in ending war, AFP reported.
“It’s true that Aleppo will be a win for us,” Assad said.
“Let’s be realistic — it won’t mean the end of the war in Syria,” Assad said. “But it will be a huge step towards this end.”
Regime forces have retaken about 80 percent of former rebel territory in Aleppo since launching an all-out offensive three weeks ago to recapture Syria’s second city.
Asked about the possibility of a truce, Assad said: “It’s practically non-existent, of course”.