A team of British and American scientists has successfully modeled the energy of a hydrogen H2 molecule using Google’s quantum computer. The experiment could be a scientific breakthrough if this method proved to be feasible with more complicated molecular structures.
Russia's energy giant Gazprom is ready to discuss resuming the Turkish Stream gas pipeline project with Turkey and is waiting for the Turkish side to take the next step, Gazprom Management Committee Deputy Chairman Alexander Medvedev said Tuesday.
The Daesh terrorist group has claimed responsibility for hostage taking in a church in France's Normandy which resulted in the death of an 86-year-old priest.
A huge explosion hit Shirvan arms factory in Azerbaijan, many people are feared trapped inside.
Boris Johnson's water cannon are far too expensive, as new information reveals the excessive amount of money being spent on storing the devices.
Restrictions on agricultural product imports from Turkey to Russia should be lifted in stages, Russian Economic Development Minister Alexei Ulyukayev said Tuesday after talks with his Turkish counterpart.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by security analyst Mark Sleboda to look at the allegations leveled against Russia by Hillary Clinton's campaign.
On today’s episode of Double Down, hosts Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are joined by Valentin Schmid of the Epoch Times to discuss the big bets and the even bigger warnings of a major yuan devaluation.
DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is run out of the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia following more revelations from the Wikileaks email dump. Meanwhile, Clinton supporters want to focus less on the emails, and more on potential foreign influence in US elections.
French Presiden Francois Hollande said that hostage crisis in northern Normandy region is a terrorist attack, the two knifemen had links with Daesh.
French President Francois Hollande rushed to the scene of the latest terror alert after two assailants were killed by police after taking hostages - including a priest and nuns - at a church in northern France.
A shooting has taken place in Berlin with a doctor coming under fire. The attacker shot himself dead, German Bild.de reported.
Negotiations on a peaceful settlement to the conflict in Yemen, currently underway in Kuwait, will be extended for another week, a source at the talks told Sputnik on Tuesday.
The UK Trades Union Congress (TUC) published on Tuesday a five-point plan for the government to implement before triggering Article 50 outlining the procedure to start an exit process from the bloc.
With UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's term in office expiring on December 31, the race to find a successor is already on. Chances are that the post may be taken by UNESCO’s long-serving Bulgarian Director General Irina Bokova.
An Ethiopian man died and six migrants were wounded overnight after several clashes erupted at the Calais "jungle" camp in northern France, local online magazine La Voix Du Nord reported Tuesday.
Russia's sixth Yasen-class submarine will be laid down at the Sevmash ship-building company in the city of Severodvinsk on July 29, a defense industry source told RIA Novosti on Tuesday.
Nepalese Prime Minister K. P. Sharma Oli's ouster has definitely provided a level playing field for India, but China is not going to yield its hard earned influence in Nepal easily.
Nintendo's stock slumped as the commercial performance of Pokémon Go is poised to disappoint amidst lack of in-game advertising, whilst target audiences' initial excitement is cooling down.
Well dogs are great, but rhinos are cooler!