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Main news of April 14



* Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and U.S. President Barack Obama have an "historic opportunity" to work together on common problems, a senior U.S. senator said in Moscow

* Police in the United Arab Emirates confirmed on Tuesday that a Russian businessman had been murdered in the city of Sharjah, gulfnews.com reported

* Russia's NATO envoy claimed on Tuesday that plans by the alliance to hold military exercises in the former Soviet republic were an attempt at interference in Georgia's internal affairs

* Russian operatives have prevented a major terrorist act from being carried out in Chechnya, seizing 60 kilograms of explosives on April 9, a senior Interior Ministry official said

* Russia's foreign minister said on Tuesday there was no need to change the format of discussions on North Korea's nuclear program, adding the six-nation talks would resume soon despite current problems


* The Georgian opposition launched on Tuesday a "new front" outside the state television headquarters as street protests demanding President Mikheil Saakashvili's resignation continued for a sixth day

* Moldova's opposition parties said on Tuesday that there is no point to a planned recount of voting in the April 5 parliamentary elections, ordered by the Constitutional Court earlier this week

* The situation in Thailand's capital has normalized, and demonstrators have left the area in front of the government building, The Nation website reported, citing the Thai Foreign Ministry

* Russia's foreign minister weighed in on the high-profile custody dispute over a three-year-old Russian-French girl on Tuesday, saying Hungary had taken a "hasty" decision in returning her to France

* Bolivian President Evo Morales ended a hunger strike on Tuesday after the country's parliament passed an electoral law ratifying a date for general elections in December, according to media reports

* Support for Georgia by the West has significantly increased since the events of August 2008, and Georgia is not afraid that Russia will launch a military offensive, President Mikheil Saakashvili said

* Countries involved in the negotiations over the legal status of the Caspian Sea are getting closer to reaching a mutual understanding, the Russian foreign minister said

* Somali pirates hijacked a Greek cargo ship with 22 crewmembers on board in the Gulf of Aden, a spokeswoman from the Greek trade ministry told RIA Novosti

* UEFA president Michel Platini starts a two-day visit to Ukraine on Tuesday to check on the country's preparations for Euro 2012

* The first-ever cloned camel has been born in Dubai, the Gulf News newspaper reported

* Poland is in three days of mourning for the 21 victims of a blaze that broke out in a homeless shelter in the country's northwest, a spokesman for the presidential administration said

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