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Avtopro and PrivatBank: Functional use of the bank's tools for business development

Other way, your competitors will take your place. Experts from Avto.pro decided to gather information about the current situation in this market. And they have noticed that the main problem of this industry in Ukraine is still the same – the lack of a well-build communication and data from all the areas of an auto market.

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Hope US changes its relative neutrality policy with Pak: JD (U)

I have been working on this issue very hard. "Terrorism is terrorism", Kerry said at a press conference alongside India's Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj. "Due to his travel to China for the G20 summit this weekend, secretary Kerry will extend his stay in India", said Mark Toner, the visiting deputy spokesman in the U.S.

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US, Russia Agree To Plan To Restart Syrian Cease-Fire, Peace Talks

The truce, agreed after a day of marathon talks in Geneva between Mr Lavrov and his U.S. counterpart John Kerry, will come into force on Monday, the first day of the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha. Russian Federation is a main backer of Assad's government while the US has been supporting rebel groups trying to remove him from power. "We welcome the deal if it is going to be enforced", they said.

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Trapped passengers rescued from French Alps cable cars

Kathy Cook, who was visiting the Alps from MI, said she was trapped in the cable vehicle for almost 10 hours. Passengers in the cars closest to the ground were able to be transferred to other cars to make it down the mountain. Mr Dechavanne said the cable cars each had a survival kit with cereal bars, water and survival blankets, and that each auto was contacted by phone to explainthe situation.

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Obama reminds Beijing tribunal ruling on South China Sea is 'binding'

Hua said China hopes for positive, genuine and constructive efforts from the United States to maintain peace and stability in the South China Sea region. In a joint statement, the Asean leaders said their summit "took note" of the concerns expressed by some leaders on land reclamation and escalation of activity in the area, which had eroded trust, increased tensions and could undermine peacein the region.

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Modi, Obama meet at ASEAN summit

Li made the remarks while attending the 19th summit of ASEAN+3 (China, Japan and South Korea). Last month, a breakthrough in talks at the Asean-China joint working group (JWG) was achieved and officials have set a deadline to finish a framework for a CoC by the middle of next year.

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UN Security Council condemns North Korea missile tests

The UNSC threatened "further significant measures" should Pyongyang continue provocations in defiance of UNSC resolutions, but did not elaborate. The "previously expressed determination" refers to the wording of a 2013 UNSC resolution. North Korea fired three ballistic missiles off its east coast Monday. North Korean diplomat Choe Son Hui arrived in Beijing on Tuesday with her interpreter, the South's Yonhap news agency cited an anonymous source familiar with the situation in North Korea ...

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What if? There's still time for drama before Election Day

The current Republican nominee is neither principled, honest nor morally upright. To that end, Trump could have stated that before specifically considering what he would do with the current illegal immigration population, he would institute Phase One of his enforcement-oriented administration: Secure the border; end catch and release, President Barack Obama's self-defeating policy of apprehending illegal border crossers and, instead of returning them home, releasing them into the general ...

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PM leaves for Lao PDR to attend ASEAN and East Asia Summits

Despite these claims, images from the dinner quickly revealed that Duterte was not, in fact, seated next to Obama or Ban. Duterte said he would demand that Obama allow him to first explain the context of his crackdown before engaging the USA president in a discussion about the deaths.

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Obama, Putin, agree to continue seeking deal on Syria

President Obama, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and other G20 leaders have wrapped up their talks on Monday in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was set Monday evening to hold his first bilateral talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping in almost 1½ years and would reportedly urge him to ease tensions in regional waters.

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Duterte tells Obama not to question him about killings

Apparently, Duterte had wanted a specific provision taken out of the proclamation but Medialdea said this provision was only seen in one of the drafts. Medialdea also said there was no time limit for the proclamation. Senate President Aquilino " Koko " Pimentel III said that while it is within the discretion of the President to make such pronouncements, it is in no way part of an effort to suppress civil liberties, freedom of speech and lawful dissent of civilians as some sectors fear.

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Multiple bomb blasts in different Syrian cities

A vehicle bomb first exploded and as rescue workers approached to aid victims, a suicide bomber detonated his vest, state media reported . The blasts happened in government-held areas of Damascus, Homs and Tartous, as well as at a Kurdish checkpoint in Hassakah.

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Uzbekistan receiving condolences over Islam Karimov's death

The 78-year-old Karimov, whose death from a cerebral hemorrhage was announced Friday, was being laid to rest in his birthplace of Samarkand, the ancient Silk Road city. Under the Uzbek constitution, if the president dies his duties pass temporarily to the head of the senate until an election can be held within three months.

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PM Modi arrives in China to attend G20 Summit

A Chinese official confronted U.S. President Barack Obama's national security adviser on the tarmac on Saturday prompting the Secret Service to intervene, an unusual altercation as China implements strict controls ahead of a big summit. Though the worldwide climate deal was sealed in Paris last December, it still needs to be signed and delivered by at least 55 countries representing at least 55 percent of global emissions to achieve a legal status called "entry into force".

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Nationwide strike continues for second day as 2 nurses held in Delhi

Cabinet Secretary Pradeep Kumar Sinha reviewed the preparedness of the administration to handle outbreaks of dengue and chikungunya at a meeting of the Committee of Secretaries of the Union Government and representatives of the Government of Delhi and local bodies such as New Delhi Municipal Corporation and Delhi Municipal Corporations here yesterday.

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10 dead as blast rocks Philippine city

It is about 1,500 kilometres from the capital of Manila . He later told AFP that the president was in Davao on Friday night, but was safe. The explosion occurred close to one of Davao's top hotels that is popular with tourists and business people, city spokeswoman Catherine dela Rey said.

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Five Turkish soldiers killed, six injured in southeast clashes

The statement added that the injured soldiers were taken to hospital, and more than 100 terrorists were killed in the ongoing operation on Saturday. Turkey's state-run Anadolu news agency said three soldiers were killed and 20 wounded with three in critical condition in Hakkari Saturday morning.

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Paris climate deal: U.S. and China announce ratification

The United States and China, together responsible for 40 percent of the world's carbon emissions, have ratified the Paris global climate agreement on day. Obama, attending his last gathering of the world's 20 major economies before stepping down in January, wants to stress the urgency of curbing global climate change and to urge other leaders to use fiscal policy to boost economic growth.

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Clinton raises a combined $143 million in August

Ed gave you the key findings from Rasmussen . But Clinton's lead has shrunk since then, to 4.3 points in the RealClearPolitics average, and she's fallen short of the 50 percent mark in the last six national polls . Only one of the polls included in the average, the Fox News Poll, was sponsored by a group whose polls will be included in the calculations the Commission on Presidential Debates will complete to determine eligibility for the debates.

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Ex-Stanford student leaves jail early after sexual assault

Turner was convicted in March of three counts of sexual assault after being caught raping an intoxicated and unconscious 22-year-old woman behind a dumpster at a fraternity house. The woman was rescued from her attacker by two worldwide students from Sweden. Despite the huge worldwide publicity surrounding the case many of Turner's neighbours in his family's quiet neighbourhood were not familiar with the case - despite a number of protests being staged outside the family home.

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AEOI chief: Construction of 2 nuclear power plants to start in Sept

According to a report by the Institute for Science and International Security , a Washington-based think tank with a retroactively unfortunate acronym, Barack Obama's nuclear deal with Iran includes even more secret side deals than we thought - most, or all, of them favoring Iran.

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Egyptian president starts India visit, likely to meet Kerry

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi arrived in New Delhi on Thursday on a three-day visit and met with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. Diplomatic and Strategical Relationship between India and Egypt has been really strong and both holds good cultural, traditional and economical bonding.

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Music Director Vishal Dadlani in TROUBLE

Following widespread condemnation, including from Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convener Arvind Kejriwal, Dadlani removed his tweet and apologised. He expressed apologies many times. Chembur police said they are seeking legal opinion whether it warrants a case under 153-A. An esteemed Digambar Jain guru Tarun Sagar was invited by the Education Minister Haryana Ram Bilas Sharma to speak at the Haryana Assembly.

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Under fire for tweet on Jain monk, Dadlani severs ties with AAP

AAP minister Satyendrer Jain also apologised on Dadlani's behalf. "I met Tarun Sagar Maharaj and apoke about the controversy". Praising the Jain saint for his speech as a "great guidance to the nation and to politicians", Togadia said it is a commendable step by the HaryanaAssembly to invite him.

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UW-Madison returns to top of 'party school' rankings

SU wasn't the only Upstate New York school to crack the top list. With extracurricular activities at St. Bonaventure catering to a wide range of interests, "It's easy to make friends and find a good fit", another student said. The University of DE also made the list, ranked 12th. The guide, which has been printed annually since 1992, is based on surveys of 143,000 students about their school's academics, administration, student body and themselves.

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Auto bomb kills five soldiers outside presidential palace

A witness described seeing a large blast and a thick plume of smoke that rose high into the air. The blast also caused damage to nearby hotels often frequented by government officials and business executives. The attack follows a similar pattern of bombings in the country claimed by Al-Shabaab, which wants to turn Somalia into an Islamist state. The bomber rammed his truck into the gates of the hotel, targeting lawmakers and ministers holding a meeting there, according to Al-Shabaab ...

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France criticizes Turkish military intervention in Syria

French President Francois Hollande gestures as he addresses French ambassadors, Tuesday Aug. 30, 2016 in Paris . A senior USA military commander says the United States has made it clear to all of its partners fighting the Islamic State - including Turkey and the US -backed Syrian Kurdish fighters - that they must keep their focus on IS and stop fighting each other.

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Uzbek president Karimov taken to hospital -government

The statement posted on Instagram by his daughter, Lola Karimova, has sparked debate over how a power transition might work in a country that Karimov has ruled as his personal fiefdom for 27 years. Critics accuse Karimov of ruthlessly eviscerating all opposition in the cotton-rich country - most prominently with the alleged massacre of hundreds of protesters in the city of Andijan in 2005.

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GOP presidential nominee Trump plans major ad buy Monday

Now entering its sixth year, the Syria conflict has killed more than a quarter million people, displaced some 11 million, and has turned the once-cosmopolitan, secular country into a hive of factions with dangerously competing interests. The Trump campaign says the new spot, titled "Two Americas: Economy ", will be part of expanding its current ad buy from four state to nine states.

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Tropical depression moving into the Gulf of Mexico

The next two tropical storms of the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season will be named Hermine and Ian. Authorities at some locations in the Tampa-St. Locally - the effects are already being made with an increased swell and a higher risk of rip currents.