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Republican presidential contender Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker said on Sunday he was open to the idea of building a wall along the US northern border with Canada.
US neocons are deliberately aggravating tensions with nuclear-armed Russia and thoughtlessly pushing the world to the brink of an all-out nuclear war, US veteran foreign policy consultant Dr. William R. Polk warns.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is an unbelievably weak leader in his nature, American historian Professor Stephen Cohen said. According to him, Poroshenko yields to foreign influence and is incapable of defending his own stanc...
Jeff Merkley, US Senator from Oregon, announced Sunday he was supporting the nuclear deal reached by Iran and P5+1 group, becoming the 31st senator to back the agreement.
The Norwegian TV series “Occupied” narrates the story of Russia’s “occupation” of the territory of Norway. The new project is reported to be the most expensive series in the history of Norwegian TV, media reported.
Maybe it's time to build new big battleships, American scholar Robert Farley suggests, adding that he expects the return of the era of big warships.
Speaking at the European Forum Alpbach, the head of Croatia Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovi? said that the EU should work with Russia to resolve the Syrian crisis and other security issues.
Canadian and American military instructors in Ukraine will create a new Special Forces - the elite police unit for rapid response.
The English-language Ukrainian newspaper Kiev Post praised the Ukrainian battalion Azov for training children at its summer military camp, German magazine Blauer Bote reports.
Great responsibility only comes with great power.
Italy’s major oil and gas group, Eni, says it has found a gas field off Egypt’s Mediterranean coast which could possibly be one of the world's largest natural gas fields.
We Are The Mighty online magazine recently published a list of seven pieces of new Russian weaponry and military equipment which are sending shivers down the spines of Western military commanders.
US President Barack Obama invited Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to visit the White House in October, a spokesman said in a statement on Sunday.
Poland’s Deputy Minister of Culture, Piotr Zhuhovsky, said that the gold of the Third Reich, which was found in the German armored train of the Second World War, will pass into the possession of the State Treasury unless a legitimate contender comes forward, Russian news service reports.
The lower house of the Japanese parliament has already passed the legislation which would permit the country’s troops to participate in military action abroad. The constitution currently only allows Tokyo to engage in warfare in cases of self-defense.
Ukraine’s overall debt stands at roughly $70 billion, of which some $40 billion is owed to international money creditors, according to the country's finance ministry. Earlier this month, global rating agencies, including Fitch and Standard & Poor's downgraded Ukraine's ratings, forecasting a possibility of default for the country.
A storm of biblical proportions approaching a beach in Belgium was captured on video.
In 1990, Western leaders promised NATO would not continue its expansion to the East, but it was a lie. The primary goal of the military alliance was to encircle Russia, and the last target in its game was Ukraine, where the United States installed its puppet government and ruined the economy, the website Alles Schall und Rauch wrote.
Kiev, backed by Washington, has already mobilized its military forces for an all-out war against Donbass, US author Stephen Lendman stresses, adding that President Poroshenko has proliferated numerous Big Lies about the Ukrainian civil war since taking office last year.
Three Syrian children and their families who had been rescued from a minivan in Austria disappeared from the hospital they had been treated in, media reported Sunday citing the police.