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China slams US for using nuclear arms treaty with Russia as means to ‘blackmail’ Beijing
China has warned the United States that Beijing will “never accept any form of blackmail” after US President Donald Trump said that his country’s pull out from a decades-old Cold War-era nuclear arms control treaty with Russia also linked to China’s arsenal.
India explores corridor to Kazakhstan, Russia via Iran
India is attempting to put in place a corridor linking Gujarat and West Bengal to Kazakhstan and Eastern Russia via Iran's Bandar Abbas Port.
Iran-Russia non-oil trade up 81% in value from March to September
Iran and Russia traded 956,662 tons of non-oil commodities worth $751.38 million during the first half of the current Iranian year (March 21 - Sept. 22), Eghtesad online reported on Sunday.
Russia warns Trump over 'dangerous' plan to quit nuclear treaty
Moscow on Sunday warned US President Donald Trump that his plan to ditch a Cold War-era nuclear weapons treaty with Russia was a dangerous step.
Putin: Russia would use nuclear arms if under missile attack
President Vladimir Putin hailed new missiles in Russia's military arsenals but emphasized Thursday that the country would only use its nuclear weapons in response to an incoming missile attack.
Iran, Russia to set common standards
Iran and Russia are working on establishing common standards to boost economic cooperation, said the Head of Institute of Standards and Industrial Research of Iran (ISIRI) on Wednesday.
Teenager kills 17 in Crimea college shooting
At least 17 people were killed and dozens injured at a college in the Black Sea region of Crimea on Wednesday when a student went through the building shooting at fellow pupils before killing himself, Russian law enforcement officials said.
Russia, UK may switch to settlements in national currencies
Russian and British companies could switch to settlements in rubles and pounds, abandoning US currency transactions, in the event of political and economic necessity, said a Russian official.
Russia backs switching to national currencies
Transitioning to mutual settlements in national currencies could open prospects for countries of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), according to the Russian prime minister.
Russia: Iran’s presence in Syria none of Israel’s business
A senior Russian official dismissed the Israeli regime’s demand that Iran be forced out of Syria, saying that the issue is none of Tel Aviv’s business as it is Syria’s sovereign right to authorize Iranian forces on its soil.
India will soon find out about my decision on sanctions over Russia deal: Donald Trump
The US embassy spokesperson in New Delhi had said that the CAATSA was aimed at Moscow and not intended to damage the military capabilities of its “allies and partners.”
Russia, China, North Korea call for review of sanctions against Pyongyang
The United Nations Security Council should reconsider its sanctions against Pyongyang, deputy foreign ministers of Russia, China and North Korea said in a joint communique released after their consultations in Moscow on Wednesday.
Iran's six-month imports from Russia double in value
A report on Iran's imports during March 21-September 22 shows the value of imports from Russia has doubled compared the figure for the corresponding period last year.
Most heavy arms pulled out of planned Syria buffer zone
Terrorists and Turkish-backed militants in Syria's last major terror stronghold have withdrawn heavy weapons from nearly all of a planned buffer zone, a monitor said Tuesday, a day ahead of deadline.

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