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Russia considers it unacceptable to suppress an extremist organization in one case, and turn a blind eye to the actions of the same militant group in another case.
Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) are calling for the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) to put an end to the "unequal treatment of European investors in the US."
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier will visit Ukraine to express Germany’s support to the reforms planned by the Ukrainian government.
It would be possible to consider the creation of a monetary union within the Eurasian Economic Union, Dmitry Medvedev said.
Russian President Putin and Slovakian Prime Minister Fico are set to discuss bilateral cooperation exchange opinions on actual topics on the international agenda on June 2.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron meets Germany's Angela Merkel on Friday for crucial talks over Britain's membership of the European Union. Both leaders know they will have to make compromises, but history is on their side.
An active defense system developed for Russia’s fifth-generation T-50 jetfighter is also able to neutralize enemy planes’ stealth capability, RIA Novosti reported Friday, citing the press service of the Himalaya system’s designers, the Radioelectronic Technologies Concern [KRET].
The FIFA presidential election is taking place during the 65th FIFA Congress in Zurich on Friday. After the US Justice Department had unsealed an indictment charging top FIFA executives with racketeering and money laundering, many Western politicians and top football officials urged four-time Joseph Blatter to step down.
Trilateral gas talks between Russia, Ukraine and the European Commission (EC) will be held next week in Belgium’s capital Brussels, Ukraine’s permanent representative to the European Union Kostiantyn Yelisieiev said Friday.
Russia's economy evened out and oil prices leveled out to the value of the ruble, the finance minister said.
There is no rule in international law that forbids a country from exercising extraterritorial jurisdiction when there is a connection, Steven Schneebaum told Sputnik.
US should investigate the financial records of the Clinton Foundation instead of the FIFA corruption scandal, Charles Ortel told Sputnik.
Russia will adequately respond to what it sees as an “unrestrained expansion” of NATO’s missile defenses, a top defense ministry official said on Friday.
A treasurer and a judge, both members of the Islamic State, fled the city of al-Shadadi located in al-Hasakah Governorate in northern Syria after government forces pushed back militants from more than 100 villages in the province.
All 209 FIFA members will be eligible to vote in the presidential election within the next few hours amid the corruption scandal involving several top FIFA officials.
Arrested high-ranked FIFA official charged with corruption may reveal information about those other who involved in the scandal.
European High Representative Frederica Mogherini has confirmed her readiness to visit Moscow in the near future, Russia’s EU Envoy Vladimir Chizhov told RIA Novosti on Friday.
The ongoing scandal erupted as a reaction to Russia's and Qatar's winning the bids to host World Cup competitions, FIFA President Joseph Blatter said.
Passengers face no risk from Friday's leak of radioactive material in New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, an official with the airport's operator said Friday.
So far 1,826 deaths have been reported due to heat waves in India, Indian Home Ministry sources told Sputnik.