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South Sudan said ready to export oil through Sudan

Addis Ababa, 12 February - Sudan News Agency (SUNA) learned that the government of South Sudan State expressed its readiness to export its oil through the Sudan as soon as a trade agreement is reached by the two sides. This came at the outs

South Sudan to begin implementing immigration laws March 2012

Tuesday, 26 July 2011 - Republic of Southern Sudan's Interior Ministry says implementation of immigration laws will begin in March 2012. The ministry's head of the Passports and Civil Registration, Adam Dilil, told a press conference in Juba

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Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinezhad has criticized Western sanctions against his country, saying that they will not be able to impede Iran's progress. The main purpose of those who sanctioned Iran

Iranian economy developing despite Western sanctions

Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinezhad has criticized Western sanctions against

The newly created Global Energy Storage Alliance (GESA) has been established as an international non-profit organization to bring together many of the world's leading energy storage and clean energy

Global Energy Storage Alliance (GESA) is Established

The newly created Global Energy Storage Alliance (GESA) has been established as

Three groups of countries which may react to the implementation of Iran's outlook would be consisting of America, Britain and Israel, European Union, and Syria and China, ILNA (Iranian Labour News

Senior official says USA, Britain to react to Iran's

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As part of its plan to deploy a two-layer ballistic missile defence system, India on Friday [10 February] successfully test-fired its indigenously developed supersonic interceptor missile from the

India "successfully" tests indigenously

As part of its plan to deploy a two-layer ballistic missile defence system,

The commander of the Military [Persian: Artesh] Navy Rear-Admiral Habibollah Sayyari has announced: Two Ghadir-class light submarines have joined the Military Navy. These submarines are completely

Iran launches two new light submarines

The commander of the Military [Persian: Artesh] Navy Rear-Admiral Habibollah

The number of Internet users was up 1,750 per cent in Turkey in the last decade. According to International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the number of Internet users reached 35m from 2m in the last

Turkey says number of Internet users reaches 35m

The number of Internet users was up 1,750 per cent in Turkey in the last

The number of websites on the mainland almost halved last year, an official think tank says - but it denies a clampdown by the authorities is mainly to blame. The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences'

Hong Kong paper reports 41 per cent Chinese websites

The number of websites on the mainland almost halved last year, an official

The US has denied Wednesday [13 July] that it backed Lebanon's version of maritime border demarcation with Israel submitted to the UN last August. Earlier this week Haaretz newspaper reported that

USA denies endorsing Lebanese version of maritime

The US has denied Wednesday [13 July] that it backed Lebanon's version of

Iran has signed an agreement with Iraq to provide gas to its power plants, Iran's news network IRINN reported on 1 July. The report said, the agreement, which is worth above 370m dollars, was signed

Iran signs 370m dollar gas deal with Iraq

Iran has signed an agreement with Iraq to provide gas to its power plants,

The town of Wuyuan in China's Jiangxi province recently released a new version of Nostalgia, a short film shown on CCTV's China News program promoting tourism to the heritage-rich town. Pastoral

Wuyuan: The Ancient Village In China That Brings Back

The town of Wuyuan in China's Jiangxi province recently released a new version

If the only place you ever get online is at home from your personal, secure connection then you likely don't have a need for things like identity verification software or two factor authentication .

Security Outside Your Protected Network Connection

If the only place you ever get online is at home from your personal, secure

China pledged on Friday [15 July] it will abide by World Trade Organization rules and apply same policies to both domestic and overseas companies in rare earth production, processing and export.

China to abide by WTO rules in rare earth production

China pledged on Friday [15 July] it will abide by World Trade Organization

The Communist Party of China (CPC) must adhere to and improve the socialist system with Chinese characteristics, Chinese President Hu Jintao said on Friday. The path of socialism with Chinese

China president urges party to hold socialism banner

The Communist Party of China (CPC) must adhere to and improve the socialist

The visit to China by Sudanese President Umar al-Bashir is a cementing of the good bilateral relations the two countries have maintained. But as South Sudan becomes a new republic in two weeks, the

Kenyan paper urges China to exert "positive

The visit to China by Sudanese President Umar al-Bashir is a cementing of the

Montserrat is set to dig deeper towards an economic windfall it is hoping to gain by exploiting geothermal energy from the active volcano that has laid waste to two-thirds of the island. The British

Montserrat invites geothermal energy developers

Montserrat is set to dig deeper towards an economic windfall it is hoping to

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