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28 July 2014 Military News

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  • Hague court fines Russia over $50bn in Yukos case Iran Press TV 28 Jul 2014 -- An international arbitration panel in the Netherlands has ordered Russia to pay USD 51.6 billion (£30.38 billion) in damages to a group of shareholders of the defunct oil giant, Yukos, for expropriating its assets.
  • Hague Court Rules Against Russia In Yukos Case RFE/RL 28 Jul 2014 -- A court based in The Hague has ordered Russia to pay about $50 billion to a group of former shareholders of the Yukos oil company.
  • Yukos Payout Ruling 'Another Way of Sanctioning Russia' – Lawmaker RIA Novosti 28 Jul 2014 -- The Hague arbitration court's decision ordering Russia to pay $50 billion worth of damages to former shareholders of defunct oil producer Yukos is just another way of sanctioning Moscow over its handling of the Ukrainian crisis, a senior Russian lawmaker said Monday.
  • Russia to Appeal Hague Arbitration Court Ruling on Yukos - Finance Ministry RIA Novosti 28 Jul 2014 -- Russia will appeal a recent ruling by an arbitration panel in the Netherlands over the payment of billions of dollars to shareholders of the former Russian oil giant Yukos, the Finance Ministry said Monday.
  • Russia to Use All Legal Capabilities to Fight Ex-Yukos Shareholders in Hague Court RIA Novosti 28 Jul 2014 -- Moscow will use all of its legal capabilities to uphold its interests in a $50-billion court case by ex-Yukos shareholders in The Hague, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Monday.
  • Hague Court Requests Russia to Pay $50 Billion to Yukos Ex-Shareholders RIA Novosti 28 Jul 2014 -- The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague has requested Russia to pay $50 billion to former Yukos oil company shareholders, partially satisfying their demand of $114 million, Kommersant business daily wrote Monday citing sources close to the case.
  • Gunned down in Mombasa - the clerics that have died IRIN 28 Jul 2014 -- More than 21 Islamic clerics have been gunned down in Kenya's southeastern port city of Mombasa over the past two years, according to the human rights group Haki Africa. All but one of them was linked by the government to terrorism and support for the al-Shabab insurgency in neighboring Somalia.
  • Georgia Launches Criminal Case Against Ex-President Saakashvili RIA Novosti 28 Jul 2014 -- The Georgian Prosecutor General's Office announced Monday it had launched a criminal case against the ex-Soviet republic's former President Mikheil Saakashvili and other top officials on power abuse charges.
  • US Health Agency Expects More Cases Of Ebola Before Outbreak Ends VOA 28 Jul 2014 -- The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has so far claimed 670 lives and infected more than 1,200 people. An expert from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says more cases can be expected in the coming weeks and months. Tealth agency is actively trying to stem the spread of the infection.
  • West Africa Battles Worst Ever Ebola Outbreak VOA 28 Jul 2014 -- The rapidly spreading Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the deadliest ever, health officials say.
  • Liberia Closes Borders to Curb Ebola Outbreak VOA 28 Jul 2014 -- Liberia is closing most of its borders in an attempt to contain an outbreak of the Ebola virus, which has killed nearly 700 people in West Africa.
  • ESA Spacecraft to Land on a Comet VOA 28 Jul 2014 -- After a long flight through deep space, a European Space Agency probe is finally approaching its target - a comet millions of kilometers away from earth. Scientists say the mission may lead to some startling discoveries about the origins of the water on earth.

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