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The Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) will not file collective appeals regarding the strict International Olympic Committee (IOC) criteria Russian athletes face to gain the right to compete in the Rio Summer Games, head of the ROC’s legal department Alexandra Brilliantova said Monday.
On Friday the Polish parliament recognized the 1943-1945 Volhynia massacres of over 100,000 Poles by Ukrainian nationalists as an act of genocide. Many in Ukraine fear that this could be a signal for other EU countries to claim territories that went under Kiev’s hand in the 20th century, Lenta.ru wrote.
The Kremlin spokesman ruled out Vladimir Putin's personal interference in tackling problems related to the ban of Russian athletes from 2016 Rio Olympics.
An upcoming look at the DNC, Voter Suppression is still a thing, and White Supremacist David Duke makes his political return.
Just ahead of this week’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Wikileaks released a trove of internal DNC emails. The two Sams breakdown what’s in them: including plans to attack Bernie Sanders, Cozy relations with MSNBC, and close ties with lobbyists.
On today's special episode of Loud & Clear, Brian spends the full hour looking at the state of the Democratic Party and the candidate they are preparing to coronate - Hillary Clinton.
Six residents of Yerevan who were detained for violence against police during the recent riots in the Armenian capital will be charged for participating in mass disorders, the press service of the Armenian Investigative Committee said Monday.
Victims of both the Nice atrocity, in which 84 people were killed by a man driving a truck through crowds on Bastille Day, and the Paris attacks of November 13, in which 130 died and hundreds more were injured in a series of attacks, are considering legal actions against the state.
Turkish Airlines has dismissed 211 employees for reasons including allegedly supporting the movement of US-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen, the company said on Monday in a statement.
The first ever Meeting of BRICS Employment Working Group, which is essentially a Senior Officers Level meeting between BRICS countries to shape the agenda for Labour and Employment track in BRICS, has been scheduled to be held on July 27-28 at Hyderabad.
Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump’s public support rating rose after his party’s national convention in Cleveland last week, giving him to a lead over Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, a poll revealed Monday.
The International Olympic Association's decision to lift the blanket ban on Russian athletes for the Rio Olympics has raised hopes for Indian Olympic contenders currently facing internal investigations for doping allegations.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov met with his counterparts from China, New Zealand, Myanmar, Canada and Brunei in Vientiane. These bilateral talks, however, are just part of Lavrov's busy schedule during 2016 ASEAN events in the capital of Laos.
The estate of late Russian businessman Boris Berezovsky is "hopelessly insolvent," UK Competition Appeal Tribunal Judge Richard Arnold said on Monday.
The Ansbach suicide bomber pledged allegiance to Daesh, the Bavarian interior minister said Sunday stating that the attack was an act of terrorism.
Russian experts may arrive in Egypt in September to check airport security there.
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are enjoying the support of 42 percent of voters, a new poll showed.
The German interior minister ordered to step up police presence at airports and rail stations.
There are growing concerns over the recently negotiated Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) between the US and Pacific Rim countries after a key Australian government adviser warned the deal contains features of "questionable benefit" amid growing opposition to the agreement.
A global trend promoted by inventors, entrepreneurs and designers, who blend open-source philosophy, cutting-edge technology and do-it-yourself attitude to create innovative products is getting increasingly popular in Russia. Participants of the Moscow Mini Maker Faire told Sputnik why.