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Press statement following talks with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi

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Press statement following talks with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi March 5, 2015, 17:30 The Kremlin, Moscow     PRESIDENT OF RUSSIA VLADIMIR PUTIN: Ladies and gentlemen, Russian-Italian relations rest on the rich traditions of long-term friendship and mutual respect. Italy is one of Russia’s most important partners in European affairs and in resolving pressing […]

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Libya crisis ‘festering,’ UN envoy warns, urging decisive action to build national unity

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United Nations News Centre – Libya crisis ‘festering,’ UN envoy warns, urging decisive action to build national unity.

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UN health agency points to ‘solid evidence’ backing its call to reduce sugar intake

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United Nations News Centre – UN health agency points to ‘solid evidence’ backing its call to reduce sugar intake.

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Investing in disaster resilience vital for sustainable development – senior UN official

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United Nations News Centre – Investing in disaster resilience vital for sustainable development – senior UN official.

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Nuclear plant plans get new momentum

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Nuclear plant plans get new momentum Lyu Chang Updated: Mar 5,2015 6:50 AM     China Daily Unit 1 at the Hongyan River nuclear power plant near Dalian, Liaoning province. China plans to have 58 gW of nuclear power in operation by 2020 and at least 30 gW under construction.[Photo/Xinhua] China’s nuclear energy development plans got a […]

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China to lower the annual GDP growth target to 7%

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China to lower the annual GDP growth target to 7% Updated: Mar 5,2015 9:03 AM     chinadaily.com.cn China plans to lower the annual GDP growth target to around 7 percent from 7.5 percent, the slowest in 22 years, in light of the ongoing property downshift and deflation headwinds, according to a draft government work report to […]

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