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07 September 2012 Military News

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  • Ryabkov: Iran-IAEA cooperation is satisfactory IRNA 07 Sep 2012 -- Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that the cooperation between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is at a satisfactory level.
  • Canada Cuts Ties with Iran RIA Novosti 07 Sep 2012 -- Canada has frozen diplomatic relations with Iran and will expel Iranian diplomats from Canada, Foreign Minister John Baird announced on Friday.
  • Russia Denies 'Systemic Crisis' in Space Industry RIA Novosti 07 Sep 2012 -- Russia's space industry is not in crisis despite some local problems, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said on Friday.
  • Guinea: UN envoy welcomes Electoral Commission chief's resignation UN News Centre 07 Sep 2012 -- The United Nations envoy for West Africa today welcomed the resignation of the President of Guinea's National Independent Election Commission (CENI), noting that the announcement was crucial towards resolving the country's ongoing political impasse.
  • GUINEA: The missing parliament IRIN 07 Sep 2012 -- Guineans are hopeful that the 5 September resignation of the electoral commission president - one of the opposition's principal demands - will break a political impasse and move the country to a long-overdue parliamentary election.
  • CHAD: Floods affect tens of thousands IRIN 07 Sep 2012 -- Tens of thousands of people have been affected by flooding in parts of central, eastern and southern Chad following heavy rains in August. Thousands of hectares of crops and hundreds of houses have also been destroyed.
  • UGANDA: Floods displace 15,000 in northern Uganda IRIN 07 Sep 2012 -- Floods have forced at least 15,000 people to leave their homes in northern Uganda, where the deluge has destroyed houses, crops, roads and bridges.
  • Myanmar: UN refugee agency 'seriously concerned' over returns from China UN News Centre 07 Sep 2012 -- The United Nations refugee agency is 'seriously concerned' over reports that China has sent back from its Yunan province groups of Myanmar nationals who sought safety there from violence in neighbouring Myanmar's Kachin state.



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