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Chelsea learn Champions League quarterfinal fate amid sanctions turmoil

Chelsea will face record 13-time winners Real Madrid in the Champions League quarterfinals as the London club’s defense of their title continues.  The draw for the elite continental club competition’s next fixtures was made on Friday, and elsewhere placed Premier League leaders Manchester City against Atletico Madrid, Villarreal against Bayern Munich, …

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Chelsea sale thrown into turmoil as Abramovich sanctioned

The sale of Chelsea FC has been cast into uncertainty after owner Roman Abramovich’s assets were frozen by the UK government. Abramovich first tried to hand over “stewardship and care” to the club’s trustees before confirming last week that he was looking to sell the reigning European and world champions. …

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Saudi Arabia: economic hardships and turmoil

East – a delicate matter. Take the latest statement of the Minister of energy of Saudi Arabia Khalid al-falikha. In it, he, without batting an eye, stated that the Kingdom would not be ostensibly to increase their production up to maximum capacity and make the oil flood in the market. …

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Viktor Alksnis: the great turmoil of the 90s

  “” continues a series of interviews about the recent past of our country. Following the restructuring, we recall the key events and phenomena of the 90’s- the era of Boris Yeltsin. USSR people’s Deputy, member of the Supreme Council of Latvia, the leader of Deputy group “the Union” Victor …

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