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Strong Earthquake Hits Turkey
16:14 23-10-2011
Strong Earthquake Hits Turkey Strong earthquake hit eastern Turkey today. Local seismological service informs that 7.3 magnitude earthquake was recorded at 14:41. Epicenter was on the border with Iran, 19 kilometers from Vani Province, Turkey .
The quake reportedly caused ruins in Vani province, effecting telephone and other communications. There is not information about victims.
The earthquake was felt in the capital of Georgia. Strong tremors were also recorded in Iran and Armenia.

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Russia will work with any elected U.S. president – Putin
Russia will work with whoever wins the U.S. presidential election in 2016, President Vladimir Putin assured. He added that despite the differences the two countries have, they also share many common interests.
Ukrainian nationalist group claims responsibility for murders of two public figures in Kiev
A Ukrainian nationalist group has claimed responsibility for the murders of two public figures in Kiev earlier this week, Euronews reports.
Angela Merkel does not rule out a free trade area with Russia
German Chancellor Angela Merle does not rule out the EU setting up a free trade area with Russia. According to the Deutsche Welle newspaper, Angela Merkel made this statement at the Economic Forum in Germany.
Ban Ki-moon calls for investigation of murder of Ukrainian politician and journalists
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has voiced serious concern over recent reports regarding the killing of prominent political and media figures in Ukraine. In a statement released by his spokesperson yesterday,
Afghanistan suicide bomb leaves many dead
At least 33 people have been killed and 100 injured in a suicide bomb attack in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, the BBC reports.
EU unlikely to discuss lifting sanctions against Russia
The foreign ministers of the European Union member states are not planning to adopt a document linking sanctions against Russia to the implementation of the Minsk accords during a meeting on Monday, a source close to the EU leadership claimed Friday.
EU should keep Russia sanctioned until peace deal is implemented - Obama says
U.S. President Barack Obama has recently said the European Union should maintain current sanctions against Russia until it carries out a ceasefire and peace deal agreed on in Minsk in February to end the fighting in Ukraine.
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Launch of the Organized Cancer Screening Programme in Georgia
Within the framework of the annual Cervical Cancer Prevention Week (CCPW) the Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia,