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US Air Forces Central Command Commander Gen. Charles Brown said that representatives the United States and Russia call each other on phone everyday and communicate on operations in Syria as part of existing memorandum of understanding (MOU).
Warnings that Europe was on the brink of a humanitarian crisis following mass drownings in the Mediterranean Sea were issued long before member states reacted.
The large-scale US-NATO amassing of military forces on Russia’s Western borders, NATO’s so-called “Eastern Front,” is unprecedented and creates the impression of actual war preparations, according to Professor Stephen F. Cohen, however it might also be driven by the economics of the US military industrial complexes.
Several environmental groups' activists will gather on Saturday in the UK city of Sheffield to protest against pro-fracking policy of authorities, local media reported Thursday.
It was announced this week that one of Israel's most polarizing political figures, the ultranationalist Avigdor Lieberman, will assume the post of Israeli Defense Minister.
According to Information and Tourism Committee, Egyptian authorities plan to create a special company to provide security in airports.
The reshuffle of senior Taliban leadership will not improve the prospects for peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government, according to the report of the private intelligence firm Soufan Group.
As the relationship between Sweden and Russia is steadily marching towards a new all-time low, the mutual chill not only affects the countries' political circles, but takes its toll on bilateral projects. Last month, Sweden ousted a Russian research aircraft, worried that it might be used for spying, thus derailing an international science mission.
The UK Government's blanket ban on so-called "legal highs" comes in to force today, effectively criminalizing the production, distribution, sale and supply of New Psychoactive Substances (NPS).
This month has seen a critically important shift in the global geopolitical balance, with the Brazilian Maidan-style scenario now entering its final stretch. According to Russian analysts, the overthrow of the country's government, if made permanent, will have tremendous implications not just for Latin America, but for the world as a whole.
A number of European countries showed a more welcoming attitude to migrants, where governments and volunteers assisted those arriving in search of asylum, according to the Council of Europe.
Hospitals in conflict zones across the globe have suffered nearly 600 attacks in the past two years, a World Health Organization (WHO) report revealed Thursday.
Around 30 people died after a boat carrying over 100 migrants capsized in the Mediterranean Sea, just some 35 nautical miles off the Libyan Coast, media reported Thursday.
The partially recognized republic's president and parliament speaker said that referendum on joining the Russian Federation will be held in South Ossetia in 2017.
An Indian female police officer has slammed the media for objectifying women and diminishing their professional achievements.
The evacuation of unofficial Idomeni refugee camp on the border between Greece and Macedonia is almost complete, according to Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders, or MSF).
IOC is expected to issue the results of wider re-tests of Olympic champions' doping samples from the London 2012 games by the end of May, IOC President Thomas Bach said Thursday.
There is a serious flaw in the internal logic of NATO's expansion that makes the bloc's growth almost perpetual, American political analyst Gordon M. Hahn writes.
According to reports, European Commission decided on Thursday to sue Poland in the EU Court of Justice over Warsaw's fail to implement new EU rules on bank deposit guarantee schemes aiming to increase protection of depositors.
There's something quite hypnotising about watching trains rumble along.