16:29 Belarusians remember common roots with Russia, Ukraine - " President Lukashenko
The Belarusians remember the common historical roots with Russia and Ukraine, BelTA cited Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko on 22 April.
The former Soviet republic was occupied by the Nazis between 1941 and 1944, when it lost 2.2 million people, including most of its large Jewish population.
Worldwide NSA political and economic spying, new Snowden documents
The classified files leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden to the two publications show that the NSA targeted German Chancellor Angela Merkel and more than 100 other leaders of foreign governments as part of a program known as "Nymrod."
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What does Crimea mean for Kazakhstan oil?
What might Putin's actions in Crimea mean for Kazakhstan , where foreign investors since 2005 have poured more than $170 billion in FDI into the country, primarily in the energy sector? In 2013 Kazakhstan's oil production surged to roughly 1.64 million barrels per day.