Putin says militants in Aleppo use civilians as shields

The Kremlin directive, described as an “urgent call”, has left affected Russian officials anxious and sparked speculation after the Russian authorities failed to explain the reason for the order.France proposed its resolution “to get this veto” in order “to escalate the situation and whip up anti-Russian hysteria” in the midst of the USA presidential campaign, Putin said. The BRICS summit comes amid doubts cast over the continuity of the bloc that accounts for almost 53 per cent of world population.Russian political analyst Stanislav Belkovsky told the Star: “This is all part of the package of measures to prepare elites to some “big war”. Third-party vote is fairy tale stuff
This year, she is consistently polling between 2 and even 7 percent – suggesting that many more voters are open to a new option. No, we aren’t a swing state, but we still get eight votes of the 270 votes it takes a candidate to win. He also blamed Washington for thwarting the U.S. -Russia-brokered cease-fire in Syria by failing to encourage moderate rebels to break ties with the al-Qaida-linked militants.Putin argued that both sides of the USA presidential race were manipulating remarks about Russian Federation for their own gains. The Hillary Clinton campaign announced recently that an FBI investigation was ongoing into Russia’s role in hacking its systems for emails.Putin said BRICS, made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, would “also contribute to settling conflicts and ensuring global information security”.- Syrian opposition activists said on Thursday that more than a dozen airstrikes were carried out overnight on rebel-held parts of the northern city of Aleppo. It said Kerry would discuss a “multilateral approach” to ending the crisis, “including a sustained cessation of violence and the resumption of humanitarian aid deliveries”. UK lawmakers press government for say on Brexit-EU talks
Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, also said: “This is a government that drew up no plans and no strategy for negotiating Brexit. It also might temper a sense of betrayal among moderate rebels who feel Obama encouraged their uprising by calling for Assad to go but then abandoned them, failing even to enforce his own “red line” against Syria’s use of chemical weapons. But Putin, who earlier this week called off a planned trip to Paris after his French counterpart Francois Hollande criticized Russia’s actions in Syria, launched a stinging attack on France’s handling of the resolution.Russian policy expert Fyodor Lukyanov commented that Putin’s sudden cancellation of his visit to France was a worrying development that recalls the height of the Cold War.Russian Federation is ordering all of its officials to fly home any relatives living overseas amid rising tensions over the prospect of a new world war, it’s been claimed. Russian Federation on Wednesday test-fired three missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads.US officials said they consider it unlikely that Obama will order USA air strikes on Syrian government targets, and they stressed that he may not make any decisions at the planned meeting of his National Security Council. UK food prices to rise as pound drop stirs grocers dispute
Unilever , which reported its latest quarterly earnings on Thursday, addressed the issue of price hikes in a call with analysts. Pitkethly said that economic fundamentals remain weak and that he does not expect the market to improve in the fourth quarter.

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