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According to Russian Energy Minister Ukraine is expecting Russia to give it a discount on gas without any grounds whatsoever, but Russia must first look out for itself and energy giant Gazprom.
A 17-year-old Ukrainian student is due to be deported from Poland for snapping a photo of himself waving his middle finger at a memorial dedicated to Jews who were exterminated at the Majdanek death camp during World War II.
According to local media reports, China adopted a new national security law for the protection of people’s fundamental interests.
China is the latest BRICS country to ratify the agreement, which was signed by the five members of the bloc in July 2014.
According to UN Refugee Agency report, a record number of 137,000 refugees have crossed the Mediterranean Sea into Europe in 2015, fleeing conflict and poverty in Africa and the Middle East.
According to President Abdel Fattah Sisi, Egypt will adopt new security legislation enabling faster trials for terrorism-related crimes.
A 15-hour riot at a maximum-security prison in Australia’s coastal city of Melbourne was quelled by police, the Australian corrections authority said in a statement on Wednesday.
About 200 protesters remained in the center of Armenia’s capital Yerevan for the overnight protest against the electricity price hike.
A total of 135 bodies have been recovered so far from the wreckage of the Hercules C-130 military transport aircraft in Indonesia.
The US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) defied the will of Congress and disregarded federal legal precedent on Monday by allowing the National Security Agency (NSA) to resume collecting phone records in bulk, experts told Sputnik.
The deadline for reaching a final agreement to guarantee a peaceful nature of Iran's nuclear program has already passed, but the negotiators have not worked out a deal yet.
Advocacy group People of Faith Against the Death Penalty Executive Director Stephen Dear claims that use of the death penalty is concentrated in a group of key counties across different US states.
What was originally designed as a rapid-response transport ship, the US Navy’s Joint High Speed Vessel will now be used in a broad range of functions throughout the world’s oceans.
The US Department of State has published about 3,000 pages of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s e-mails.
A member of the Japanese parliament's upper house claims that Tokyo should not portray Beijing as a threat since the disputes between China and Japan may be resolved only through dialogue.
Experts claim that new Jersey Governor Chris Christie has a difficult task in his campaign to become the next President of the United States because of his tarnished reputation as a state governor.
The highest court in the state of Oklahoma on Tuesday ruled that a Ten Commandments monument on the grounds of the State Capitol is a religious symbol and must be removed.
North Koreans are taking to “folk remedies” as the death toll from an outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS) in neighboring South Korea rose to 33. The number of new cases now stands at 182, according to official reports.
A new survey reveals 33 senators and 83 House members would vote to have the Confederate flag removed from Statehouse grounds - more than likely enough to meet the two-thirds majority required to pass a bill.
The US government announced that the skies over Washington, DC were a “No Drone Zone”.