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Sevastopol has been receiving inquiries about its vineyard development plan, the chairman of the city's legislature said.
Western countries are not planning to force Moscow to return Crimea because that would only be possible with the use of military force, and no one is interested in a military confrontation, European politician Günter Verheugen told Deutsche Welle.
People protesting on Saturday against urban renewal and sales of social housing in South London's Brixton have started smashing windows of estate agents' offices and storming the town hall, witnesses claimed on Twitter Saturday.
China will provide another 50 JF-17 Thunder fighter jets to Pakistan over the next three years.
Earlier in April, Sputnik Serbia confirmed that the Serbian military would take part in the parade after receiving an invitation from Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.
Security video obtained by The New Yorker from Rikers Island jail in New York City shows the abuse endured by a teenage inmate at the hands of a guard and fellow inmates.
The cat will never forget it and is already plotting revenge.
The death toll in a massive earthquake in Nepal has risen to 1,457, according to the Nepalese Army, Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat writes on his Twitter account.
French President Francois Hollande warned Saturday that Indonesia would face diplomatic consequences if it executes Frenchman Serge Atlaoui, who faces death over drug trafficking offenses.
Dozens of people took to the streets to protest against NATO and the bloc’s military bases in Spain, marching some 18 kilometers (11 miles) from Madrid to the Torrejon military base, a Sputnik correspondent reported.
When one thinks about Belgium, chocolate, mussels, beer and French fries typically come to mind, but certainly not half a dozen deadly F-16 fighter jets that destroyed over a hundred ISIL ground targets in Iraq.
American author Natylie Baldwin has debunked the three most common myths about Russia, pointing to the country's strong philosophical and cultural tradition and its rich and complex history.
A three-car suicide bomber attack claimed by ISIL has shut down the only crossing on the Iraqi-Jordanian border.
Search engine giant Google launched "person finder" service on Saturday to help track missing people as earthquake of magnitude of 7.9 hit Nepal and India earlier in the day.
A quarter of a century ago NASA launched the Hubble Space Telescope into the Earth orbit.
A helmet camera of a motorbike driver captured two horses and a pony crossing the road.
Gunmen shot dead a prominent Pakistani human rights activist on Friday as she was returning home after hosting a seminar about human rights abuses in Baluchistan province, police and associates said.
A magnitude 7.9 earthquake hit Nepal on Saturday, in about 82 kilometers (51 miles) northwest of country’s capital Kathmandu.
The US often acts according to principles of the corporate law and seeks to achieve its goals not only by economic, political and military means, but also using marketing technologies, German Internet portal reported.
On Friday, Hollande said that France would never forget the tragedy of the Armenian genocide, during a commemorative ceremony in Yerevan.