When Rwanda gets mentioned in the international media, it’s usually about the genocide, Western guilt, the M23, and Susan Rice. But its worth looking at how they’ve transformed their economy to become an African tiger.
TODAY: Putin sees Brexit having lasting effects; Nabiullina says bank will handle own bailouts from now on; Canada to supply troops to NATO for Russian border; Russia replaces Baltic Fleet commanders; Russia wants compensation from Turkey before full normalisation; Turkey pipeline fate still uncertain; Putin in Finland.» Read More
TODAY: Russia and Turkey begin normalising relations following Putin call with Erdogan; Russia-NATO council to meet this summer; Putin extends import ban until 2018; Duma passes controversial and unpopular new laws before adjourning for the summer; Belykh arrest linked to Navalny?; Party of Progress denied election registration by CEC; ‘Google Tax’ to come into force.» Read More
TODAY: Russia and US accuse each other of dangerous actions in the Mediterranean, US authorises Russian surveillance flyover, Foreign Ministry slams former US diplomat; Central Bank relaxed about potential Brexit fallout; mobile phone companies warn against new anti-terror laws; mending ties with Turkey will take time, says Peskov; criminal case opened against NGO.» Read More