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The Latest: Japan Warns UN Council on Swift N. Korea Action   - 1/6/2016
The latest on North Korea's announcement that it conducted a hydrogen bomb test Wednesday (all times Seoul): 4:05 a.m. Thursday Japan's U.N. ambassador says the Security Council will hurt its credibility
  
    



The Latest: WH Casts Doubt on NKorea Claims of Hydrogen Bomb   - 1/6/2016
The latest on North Korea's announcement that it conducted a hydrogen bomb test Wednesday (all times Seoul): 3:58 a.m. Thursday The White House says the U.S. government's early analysis of underground
  
    




BRIEF: SOCAR increases oil export from Novorossiysk in 2015 [Trend News Agency,   - 1/6/2016
Jan. 07--The State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) exported 1.27 million tons of oil via the Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline in 2015 compared to 932,160 tons of oil in the same period in 2014, SOCAR said
  
    



White House: No evidence so far to support North Korea’s hydrogen bomb claim   - 1/6/2016
By , TOKYO — World leaders slammed North Korea on Wednesday for carrying out a fourth nuclear test, an explosion that Pyongyang claimed was a powerful hydrogen bomb but whose strength was strongly questioned
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Raw: Putin Dons Skates For Ice Hockey Training   - 1/6/2016
Russian president Vladimir Putin donned his usual number 11 shirt and skated out onto the rink of the Ice Palace in the Krasnaya Polyana Olympic facility near Sochi, in southern Russia. (Jan. 6)
  
    



SF Sketchfest celebrates comedy milestones   - 1/6/2016
Photo: SF Sketchfest Image 1 of / 2 Caption Close Image 1 of 2 SF Sketchfest presents “An Afternoon With Alan Arkin: ‘The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming’ 50th Anniversary
  
    


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The Latest: Ukraine Says No One Speaks out Against Sanctions   - 1/6/2016
The latest on North Korea's announcement that it conducted a hydrogen bomb test Wednesday (all times Seoul): 3:41 a.m. Thursday Ukraine's U.N. ambassador says no member of the U.N. security Council
  
    



The Latest: Russia: 'Too Far' to Say It Wants More Sanctions   - 1/6/2016
The latest on North Korea's announcement that it conducted a hydrogen bomb test Wednesday (all times Seoul): 3:41 a.m. Thursday Ukraine's U.N. ambassador says no member of the U.N. security Council
  
    



Hillsborough commission backs Tampa-St. Pete ferry [Tampa Tribune, Fla.]   - 1/6/2016
Jan. 06--TAMPA -- Hillsborough County today became the second local government to embrace a high speed ferry service between downtown Tampa and St. Petersburg. County commissioners voted 5-1 to earmark
  
    


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Netflix Launches In India, Russia And 130 Other New Countries   - 1/6/2016
Netflix is now nearly everywhere but China.
  
    



Netflix Is Now Available Around the World   - 1/6/2016
World's Leading Internet TV Service Now Live in More than 190 Countries LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2016 /CNW/ -- Netflix launched its service globally, simultaneously bringing its Internet TV network to more
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Russia wants proportionate response to North Korea nuclear test   - 1/6/2016
Russian ambassador to the United Nations Vitaly Churkin on Wednesday called for "cool heads" and a "proportionate response" to North Korea's fourth nuclear test. Churkin was speaking to reporters ahead
  
    


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UPDATE 1-Ukrainian businessman sues over annexed Crimea airport   - 1/6/2016
* Kolomoisky funded anti-Russian fighters in eastern Ukraine * Loss of airport has cost him $15m, according to media * Court must decide if it has right to hear merits of case (Adds details, context)
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​Coke and a smile? Miffed Ukrainians say 'no thanks'   - 1/6/2016
Coca-Cola ( KO ) may be learning that international diplomacy is best left out of advertising. The soda giant has angered both Ukrainians and Russians with an advertisement that had a seemingly cheerful
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Ukrainians call for Coca-Cola boycott   - 1/6/2016
Ukrainian social media users have called for a boycott of Coca-Cola after it posted a festive map of Russia that included Crimea. The company originally posted a map that excluded the annexed peninsula,
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Japan must proactively work to reconstruct intl order / Reinforce deterrent of Japan-U.S.   - 1/6/2016
The following editorial appears in Wednesday's Yomiuri Shimbun: Japan's security environment is deteriorating as China has rapidly built up and modernized its military and North Korea has been proceeding
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The Nuclear Club: Who are the 9 members?   - 1/6/2016
Nine countries are known to possess nuclear weapons. The United States, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel and North Korea have among them approximately 15,850 nuclear
  
    



This goat was supposed to be a Siberian tiger's dinner. Now they are best friends,   - 1/6/2016
MOSCOW — An unlikely friendship between a tiger and a goat who was supposed to be his dinner has charmed Russia. In a zoo in the far reaches of Siberia, predator and prey have become best buddies.
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Hague court hears Russia-Ukraine arbitration over Crimean airport   - 1/6/2016
Jan 6 An international arbitration court in The Hague said on Wednesday it was hearing a case involving a military airport on the Crimean peninsula, which was annexed by Russia in early 2014. The case,
  
    



Russia wants 'proportionate response' to North Korea nuclear test   - 1/6/2016
A sales assistant watches TV sets broadcasting a news report on North Korea's nuclear test, in Seoul, January 6, 2016. Reuters/Kim Hong-Ji UNITED NATIONS Russian ambassador to the United Nations
  
    



Russian rouble weakens to 75 per dollar   - 1/6/2016
MOSCOW Jan 6 The Russian currency weakened to 75 roubles per dollar on Wednesday, hitting its lowest level since December 2014, dragged down by a near 5 percent fall in the international oil price.
  
    



Coca-Cola put Crimea on the map, then took it off   - 1/6/2016
It's tough these days to be a multinational consumer goods company doing business in both Ukraine and Russia. Coca-Cola felt it over the New Year's holidays: Because of a marketing agency's indiscretion,
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The Nuclear Club: who the 9 members are   - 1/6/2016
Nine countries are known to possess nuclear weapons. The United States, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel and North Korea had among them approximately 15,850 nuclear
  
    



Ukraine blackout is a cyberattack milestone Hundreds of thousands of homes were   - 1/6/2016
Malware is thought to be at fault for plunging hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian homes into darkness. Sergii Kharchenko/NurPhoto/Corbis Some cyberattacks are about stealing data, some about monkeying
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