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Since September, protesters in Chisinau have been demanding the resignation of the Moldovan government and the chief prosecutor, while also calling for early parliamentary election and prompt action to tackle corruption in the count...
Unlike the United States that tries to dictate its own policies and rule the world, Russia doesn’t want to push its worldview on others; that’s why Russian policies in Syria are way more rational and consistent than Washington’s desire to keep its imperial ambitions, French Boulevard Voltaire reported.
The Voivodeship administrative court in Warsaw once again turned down a request to declassify the documents in the case of Leonid Sviridov, a Rossiya Segodnya freelance correspondent, the journalist's lawyer said Friday.
The campus of Texas Southern University in Houston is on lockdown after reports of shooting at a student housing complex, local media reported on Friday.
Since the beginning of the air campaign Russian air forces have carried out about 140 strikes against terrorist positions in Syria.
A Mexican citizen was arrested at New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport after inspectors discovered he was carrying cocaine disguised as candy, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said in a statement on Friday.
Western arms companies ignore Saudi Arabian human rights violations in favor of profit, providing Riyadh with almost any weapon it wants, spokesman for UK-based Campaign Against Arms Trade Andrew Smith told Sputnik.
The United States must not engage in any further activities in the Syrian civil war, US Senator Chris Murphy said in a release on Friday.
The Russian Defense Ministry has received two state of the art satellites as part of the country’s new missile early warning network, Deputy Minister Yuri Borisov said Friday.
Vladimir Putin has chosen the right timing for his military operation in Syria. His clever move gave him a chance to return Russia its status as world power, DWN wrote.
A two-year-old girl interrupted a military homecoming ceremony in Colorado to embrace her father who she had not seen for eight months.
The United States is not considering a no-fly zone in Syria because it is too resource-intensive and distracts from the fight against the Islamic State and support for the Syrian opposition, a senior US administration official told reporters on Friday.
Russia's military involvement in Syria is undeniably a game-changer in the Middle East, US geopolitical analyst Eric Draitser told Sputnik, adding that Washington will definitely try to restore its shrinking positions in the region at all costs.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission will return to Ukraine at the end of this month to conclude the review of the country's fiscal policies, IMF European Department Director Paul Thomsen told Sputnik on Friday.
The Eurosceptic Alternative for Germany (AfD) party intends to sue Chancellor Angela Merkel for human smuggling, the party’s deputy chairman announced Friday.
The Russian military’s engagement in the Syrian conflict could rescue battered crude oil prices, T. Boone Pickens, a US oil tycoon and Chairman of BP Capital Management, said.
US Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) is tracking any potential cyberthreats from Russia in the Syrian battlespace as a matter of policy, CYBERCOM Deputy Commander Lt. General James McLaughlin said on Friday.
Since the beginning of the Syrian civil war four and a half years ago, the United States and some of its allies have supported what they term "moderate" armed Syrian opposition factions, as they do not believe Syrian President Bashar Assad to be the country's legitimate authority.
Russia must use its influence with Syrian authorities to contribute to a diplomatic solution of the ongoing Syrian crisis, UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said on Friday.
The European Union has displayed a complete inability to defend its external borders from hundreds of thousands of refugees pouring into Europe to seek shelter from conflicts in their home countries, Czech President Milos Zeman said Friday.