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Russian mega deal? NRZ seals 100-wagons-agreement

BARELY four days after canceling the Diaspora Infrastructure Development Group (DIDG) deal, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has signed a new agreement with a Russian firm that will see the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) receive 100 wagons. The deal worth US$10 million, however, could trigger a legal battle with DIDG who are still weighing their legal options in the aftermath of government’s… Read More
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‘West out of step, can’t accept its decline’ – Russian minster

UNITED NATIONS (AP) – Russia’s foreign minister took aim at the West on Friday, saying its philosophies are out of step with the times and that it is struggling to accept what he called its diminishing dominance in world affairs. In his speech before the U.N. General Assembly, Sergei Lavrov pointedly scorned much of the “West,” a term Russian officials… Read More
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For North Korea, More Leverage and More Big Demands Ahead of Talks

Korean Service reporter Connie Kim in Washington contributed to this report SEOUL – If North Korea soon resumes nuclear talks with the United States as promised, it could be entering the negotiations with an improved bargaining position following a summer of missile tests and a perception that the U.S. alliance structure in Northeast Asia has begun to weaken. North Korea earlier… Read More