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Washington hawks want regime change in Russia, no more and no less. Their hatred of Putin, who has the guts to have his own opinion of world affairs, and who stands firm for his country’s right to look after its security interests, makes him the ultimate evil.
Mevlut Cavusoglu, Turkey’s foreign minister, said that Ankara does not conduct an operation against Assad in Syria, but Turkey and the United States have a common position on the necessity for Assad to resign.
Retired British Rear Admiral Chris Parry called the lack of Russia-NATO cooperation “unfortunate” in light of the shared threat from terrorist groups.
Abdul Kalam, who served as India’s president for five years from 2002 to 2007, died of a heart attack at the age of 83.
Definitely not a safe way to drive.
Mateusz Piskorski, the head of Poland's Zmiana (Change) party, said that fragments of the Russian Maritime Doctrine are taken out of context as proof of a "rather exotic thesis that Russia is conducting an offensive, perhaps even aggressive, policy toward the West."
The Public Policy Polling survey found that 54 percent of US citizens support the final agreement between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries.
37-foot boat collided with a concrete pillar neara bridge near near the Baltimore suburb of Dundalk.
Kazakhstan is expected to become the 162nd member of the WTO by the end of 2015.
A new and risky form of transportation.
The initiative includes a real call-up of several thousand reservists and a simulation of mobilizing thousands more.
Istanbul’s police department received information that terrorist organizations may commit attacks on public transport in some downtown areas of the city, according to local media.
There is growing concern about the level of anti-refugee sentiment in Germany after a series of attacks over the weekend highlighted a worrying trend of increased violence towards asylum seekers, with reports of bashings, houses being set alight and even a car bomb explosion.
Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambayev believes the US State Department's decision to grant a human rights award to an activist charged with organizing ethnic clashes in his country served as an attempt to create a situation of controlled chaos in Kyrgyzstan.
A flashy and spectacular stunt.
Mohammad Hada Karmi, a department head at Iran's Civil Aviation Organization, said that Tehran is hoping to strengthen aircraft fleet with Russian-made planes.
Ankara attacked only military targets of ISIL and PKK in Iraq and Syria, according to Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.
Sergey Ananov had been attempting to make a record-breaking a solo flight around the Arctic Circle in a Robinson R-22 helicopter weighing less than one ton.
Marek Belka says it is "not safe" to join the currency bloc, which suffers from a "vicious circle" based on a lack of solid fiscal integration.
The organizers of the Russia Arms Expo 2015 hope that more foreign partner companies will show interest in taking part in the upcoming event, according to Deputy Industry and Science Minister of the Russian Sverdlovsk Region Igor Zelenkin.