Articles by Daniel Tovrov

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Russian Missile Engineer Sentenced To 8 Years For Spying

Alexander Gniteyev, an engineer at the Avtomatika production plant in the city of Yekaterinburg, was found guilty of leaking classified information about Russia?s Bulava intercontinental ballistic missiles to foreign intelligence agencies

Greece: New Democracy Party Leads Syriza In Polls

Greece's center-right New Democracy party has a slight edge among voters over the Coalition of the Radical Left, or Syriza, party ahead of the June 17th parliamentary elections, according to a new opinion poll.

Half Of South Sudan Facing Hunger Crisis: UN

More than four million people in South Sudan -- about half of the country's population -- face hunger and food shortages as clashes with Sudan along the border continue, according to the United Nations.

Two Killed In Colombia Assassination Attempt

Authorities believe that the target of the attack was former justice and interior minister Fernando Londono, who was inside his car during the blast. Londono was injured and his driver was one of the victims.

First South Sudanese Refugees Flown Out Of Sudan

A total of 164 people arrived in South Sudan's capital city, and some 15,000 more will be moved from the Kosti refugee camp in the White Nile State to Khartoum, where they will board southbound planes by May 20.

Turkey Seeks To Overhaul Constitution

The new, multi-party Constitutional Reconciliation Commission met in the capital of Ankara on Monday and Tuesday to begin reworking and simplifying the country's 30 year old constitution, a document which gives the military broad and potentially oppressive rights over individuals and minority groups.

UN Chief Praises Aung San Suu Kyi At First Meeting

During their historic first meeting, United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon praised Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi as a real leader (who) demonstrates flexibility for the greater cause of the people of a country.