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Two Be-200 amphibious aircraft put out 26 forest fires in Portugal, protecting 13 towns, a Russian Emergencies Ministry spokesperson said Tuesday.
Fire broke out on Tuesday at a refugee reception center in northwestern France amid protests against the government's plans to accommodate migrants at the center, local media reported.
Sputnik news agency and radio is getting ready for the training session at the international Sputnik School of Young Journalists, to be held between September 5-8. Students from 18 countries attend the school.
It turns out that a pair of sunglasses and a cap can make a goat look pretty hip.
The UK government could be tackling "phantom students" in its attempts to reduce net migration, as the number of non-EU migrants who remain in the country after their studies is about half the figure estimated by the Home Office, a research suggested Tuesday.
The DCNS data leak has made a strong case for another India-Russia collaborative venture for the construction of six new nuclear attack submarines.
Police are negotiating with the BLM protesters at the London City Airport, the Scotland Yard said in a statement on Tuesday.
Russia will remain as a reliable friend for Uzbekistan, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday.
The United States will continue its presence in the East China and South China seas.
The United States and Laos signed a new Comprehensive Partnership deal on Tuesday.
Russia and Bolivia signed an agreement on military cooperation on the sidelines of the Army-2016 military forum held in Kubinka near Moscow.
Thousands of residents of Kobani canton in northern Syria are protesting against Turkey’s construction of a wall along their joint border, which has sparked clashes with the Turkish police; in an interview with Sputnik Turkiye the canton’s Defense Minister has called the move invasive while other experts say it is aimed at separating the Kurds.
The UN Human Rights Commissioner has compared the propaganda tactics used by Donald Trump and Nigel Farage to those of Daesh terrorists.
Forging ahead in its effort to quell an insurgency of more than five decades in the north eastern part of the country, the Indian Government has started supplying advanced weaponry and electronics to the Myanmar Army.
Japan will continue to discuss with Russia the issue of four southern Kuril Islands, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said Tuesday.
The Egyptian Commission for Rights and Freedoms, a civil liberties watchdog, has created an application in a bid to protect Egypt's activists and journalists from state abuse.
Although Syria's tourism sector was hard hit between 2012 and 2013, most tour operators in the country have already returned to work, with new tourist projects currently under development, Syrian Minister of Tourism Bishr Riyad Yazigi told Sputnik.
Protesters have caused disruptions to flights at the London City Airport by blocking the runway, the airport annoucned in a statement on its website on Tuesday.
The current state of PACE-Russia relations has certain areas for development, PACE head Pedro Agramunt said.
The Afghan Police's Crisis Response Unit (CRU) killed all three attackers on CARE NGO in Kabul and rescued 42, local media reported Tuesday, citing Ministry of Interior spokesman Sediq Sediqqi.