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If Turkish leadership wants to make its military operation in northern Syria legitimate, it will have to coordinate these activities with major stakeholders involved in resolving the Syrian conflict, including Damascus, Moscow, Washington and Tehran, political analyst Yasin Atlioglu told Sputnik.
At least 16 people were killed and four more were injured by fire that broke out at a warehouse in Moscow, a source in the local emergency services told RIA Novosti on Saturday.
Teachers put on the so-called “S-list” on suspicion of links to terrorists have been suspended, French Education Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem said. Sputnik discussed the situation with Gérald Arboit, a senior researcher at the Center for Studies of Intelligence Activities - CF2R), and with one of the blacklisted teachers.
Taliban militants captured the eastern Afghanistan's district of Janikhel.
The manufacturer of the Russian Sineva intercontinental ballistic missile promised to fulfill its contracts on time.
Absolutely terrifying to watch!
Russia's law enforcement agencies killed at least two militants during a special operation in country's southern Kabardino-Balkaria Republic, a source in regional law enforcement agency told RIA Novosti on Saturday.
Russian warships are conducting drills at the Black and Caspian Seas.
A sulfur tank exploded and caught on fire at an oil refinery in the US city of Carson located in Los Angeles County.
Russian S-300 and S-400 air defense systems of the Southern Military District are starting combat duty in new position areas as part of snap combat readiness drills, the Russian Defense Ministry informs.
The Turkish-led "Euphrates Shield" operation is likely to swing the balance in favor of Washington, some analysts say, while others warn that the US may alienate its Kurdish allies in Syria. They agree, however, that Ankara's involvement will dramatically change the course of the war.
A passenger car and a taxi have crashed in Japan, leading to the injury of at least nine school children, local media reported on Saturday.
The Secretary General of the Union of South American Nations, Ernesto Samper, has turned down the renewal of his mandate.
High-ranking officials from the Russian Defense Ministry could soon visit Ankara for talks on the Syrian issue, the Russian Kommersant newspaper reports.
Cincinnati, Ohio, is facing a public-health emergency, with 174 heroin overdoses registered in less than a week.
Grammarly’s team has analyzed unfiltered posts by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump supporters on Reddit, and has suggested that the two camps have more in common than they realize, at least when it comes to expressing themselves.
British Prime Minister Theresa May intends to formally trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.
The crews of Russian Aerospace Forces of the Western and Central military districts have started to relocate aviation equipment amid an ongoing snap combat readiness inspection.
There is still no substantial agreement between Russia and the United States on effective cooperation on Syria, US Department of Defense spokesperson Peter Cook told RIA Novosti.
The UN Security Council has condemned North Korea’s recent missile tests.