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The S300-PMU Favorit systems arrived in Crimea in November to protect the peninsula’s airspace.
Russian order of French ships was a display of trust on the Russian side, a gesture that even in the most important and complicated issues of security Moscow is willing to rely on its partners, Russian envoy to NATO said.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced early parliamentary elections as his fractured coalition government failed to bridge differences.
There are no reasons why NATO should deploy more troops and increase its number of military drills on the bloc's eastern borders, Russia's envoy to NATO Alexander Grushko said. He also added that NATO is using the Ukrainian crisis for the "resuscitation of the alliance."
Iran has conducted several airstrikes against the Islamic State in the eastern Iraqi province of Diyala, stepping up its efforts to tackle the radical Sunni group, also targeted by a US-led international coalition since early August...
The US has too many experts of American and international law and in the wake of the rise of IS more Islamic experts are needed to help the country have a better understanding of the terrorist organization, American congressman Bred Sherman stressed.
Without establishing an agreed upon set of cyber-norms and norms of behavior in cyberspace it is impossible to determine what constitutes espionage, theft or acts of war, the head of the US Navy's Cyber Command believes.
Ukraine has goals other than reforming its armed forces and transition to NATO standards, according to Russia's envoy to NATO Alexander Grushko.
Japan has launched H-2A rocket carrying Hayabusa 2 to an asteroid 1999 JU3, a space rock that is thought to contain water and organic material.
US federal authorities arrested a 48-year-old Jalleel Tariq Abdul-Jabbaar, who allegedly threatened to kill former Ferguson Missouri Police officer Darren Wilson.
China has unveiled its first Mars rover ahead of the 10th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition kicking off in the city of Zhuhai on Tuesday, the South China Morning Post reported Monday.
Despite deteriorating relations between Washington and Moscow, Russia will not interrupt the supply of RD-180 engines for American carrier rockets.
Russian President Vladimir Putin underscored on Monday the importance of securing safe access to the crash site of the Malaysia Airlines passenger plane that came down in July over eastern Ukraine.
A particle accelerator designed by Russian scientists will be installed at the Brookhaven National Laboratory in the United States, Russian and US physicist Roald Sagdeev told RIA Novosti.
Berlin believes mass media’s interpretation of Germany’s report of the Malaysian Boeing crash in eastern Ukraine is incomplete and taken out of context, according to a diplomatic note sent to the Russian Embassy in Berlin.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and South Korean President Park Geun-hye agreed Monday to combine efforts to compel North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons program, South Korean senior presidential foreign affairs secretary Ju Chul-ki said.
Japan has invited Russian energy giant Gazprom to build a gas pipeline to the country and take part in several energy projects, Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller said Monday.
Russia’s banking system feels stable even under considerable changes in the ruble’s exchange rate, Central Bank head Elvira Nabiullina said Monday.
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