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The US National Reconnaissance Office’s Delta IV heavy rocket NROL-37 launch is delayed at the request of the customer, according to United Launch Alliance (ULA).
Germany does not see sanctions on Russia as an end in itself but will keep pressure on Moscow to force it to abide by the Minsk peace deal on Ukraine, a spokesman for the German foreign minister said Friday.
Danish police found no law violations in a Copenhagen exhibition dedicated to history of martyrs, a member of the Copenhagen branch of the ruling Liberal Party Diego Gugliotta told Sputnik on Friday.
As we come down to the final few weeks of the referendum campaign, it is becoming apparent that many people still do not understand the basic arguments for and against remaining in the EU, and may vote according to what their favourite personality says, rather than the issues.
While the G7 leaders re-affirmed their commitment to anti-Russian sanctions in Japan, French lawmakers made another move to thwart them on May 27, when the French Senate’s Committee for European Affairs voted for a resolution calling to reduce the punitive measures imposed against Moscow.
Is India becoming increasingly racist? The Indian government insists otherwise, following a fatal attack on a Congolese student and the assault of a Nigerian in Hyderabad.
Sputnik has been told that the best mathematicians and scientists over the years have all dabbled with gambling - in one way or another - to find answers to complicated questions and the path to the perfect bet - but gambling has not made any of them millionaires.
"Lega Nord" leades want to discuss with the Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi the migrant crisis issue amid recent refugees' deaths.
According to the first vice president of the Cuban Council of State and Council of Ministers, Cuban government highly appreciates the country's economic and political relations with Russia.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, host Brian Becker is joined by international affairs and security analyst Mark Sleboda to discuss how war games continue on Russia's doorstep, as 13 NATO countries send 10,000 troops to participate in military drills in the Baltics starting today.
According to a biology report, a gene resistant to an antibiotic of last resort has been found in the United States.
The recent terrorist plots detected in Poland underscore the need for tough national counter-terrorism legislation.
This week’s edition of Context Countdown begins by discussing the Western mainstream media’s atrocious double standards in reporting on the suicide attacks in Tartus and Jableh.
In an exclusive interview for Sputnik, Syrian Democratic Union Party co-chair Salih Muslim discussed the ongoing operation to liberate the Daesh capital of Raqqa, the overall political and military situation in the region, his party's contacts with the US, Russian and Syrian governments, and the Kurdish side's hopes for the Geneva peace talks.
Washington seems not to meet Moscow halfway on the dispute over INF treaty obligations, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Friday.
Polish Member of the European Parliament Janusz Korwin-Mikke said that Poland has benefited from its EU membership by receiving subsidies but Warsaw's losses have outweighed the benefits.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev is planning to extend the Western food imports ban until the end of 2017.
David Cameron said he was ready to send a navy warship to Libya to help intercept vessels of people and arms smugglers.
Having a large family with lots of close relatives is tough enough in times of peace, but it's even worse when you are a refugee on the run. 47-year-old Syrian Daham al-Hasan hopes to head to Sweden with his three wives and 20 children, but is stuck in Denmark due to Sweden's increasingly strict border controls.
Russia is ready for contacts with NATO, however, the alliance does not propose any concrete ideas, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Friday.