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Russian company Heliports of Russia could open a helicopter center in Ulyanovsk Region.
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s staff failed to provide a laptop that reportedly contains an entire archive of Clinton’s emails, as requested by the FBI. According to the candidate’s HQ, the device must have been lost during postal delivery.
Leader of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas has not made a final decision on his meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Moscow, member of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Executive Committee Ahmed Majdalani said Monday.
The candidate has been dogged by health rumors following the release of a video showing what appeared to be an uncontrollable spasm for thirty seconds while her proponents argue the concerns are nothing more than a conspiracy theory...
A new explosion ripped through the center of the Afghan capital Kabul, local media reported Monday.
President Barack Obama took a hardline during discussions with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G20 Summit parroting the theory of Hillary and the Democrats that Moscow has nothing better to do than intervene in America’s election.
Sao Paolo police used tear gas to disperse a peaceful mass protest against Michael Temer, who was just sworn in despite his extremely low approval rating and multiple corruption allegations.
France does not know the whereabouts of some of its nationals in Gabon days after a wave of post-electoral violence hit its former African colony, the French foreign minister said Monday.
US intelligence services and law enforcement agencies are looking for evidence of covert operations allegedly conducted by Russia on the US soil, local media reported Monday.
While Brussels is in favor of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, member states are opposed, investigative journalist Tony Gosling told Radio Sputnik.
Sunday's state elections in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania saw the right-wing populist, anti-immigration, Eurosceptic Alternative for Germany (AfD) party trounce the party of Chancellor Angela Merkel in her home state. Commenting on the results, Sputnik Deutschland spoke to several regional officials, many of them shocked by the stunning upset.
An unusual cloud formation sets Twitter ablaze and leaves the Trump campaign believing that a higher power may be on their side in the 2016 election.
The Filipino leader blasted the United States for treating his country as though it were still a colony and demanded that President Obama stop meddling in the country’s internal affairs by criticizing Duterte’s bloody war against the drug cartels.
After a major offensive the Syrian Arab Army succeeded in driving out rebel fighters from an area just South of Aleppo and regime forces have once again encircled opposition forces to reestablish the siege.
An American weapons expert claims that the submarine missile launched by North Korea last week was identical to China’s JL-1 and argues that Beijing has long been providing weapons to Pyongyang in violation of international laws.
After being poorly received at the airport ahead of the G20 Summit, President Obama created a stir at the summit threatening "consequences" against China while in the country as a guest.
UK Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union David Davis said that the UK government will strive to build national consensus around ts stance on Brexit negotiations with the European Union.
Former First Minister of Scotland Henry McLeish said that the Britons voted for Brexit, but they had no idea about the outcome of their decision.
The Japanese car manufacturer is to start making engines for export in Russia's Primorsky Krai.
On Monday, speaking with his South Korean counterpart, Chinese President Xi Jinping emphasized that China was categorically opposed to the deployment of US missile defense in South Korea. Commenting on the president's remarks, Russian and Chinese political analysts told Sputnik what it is specifically that China is concerned about.