A session of the Brazilian Senate devoted to the impeachment of suspended President Dilma Rousseff began.
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Russia has made yet another technological breakthrough thanks to the Western sanctions: it has developed its own technologies for the exploration and production of hard to extract shale oil. This advance is even more significant given that the sanctions have stopped Russian oil companies from using western equipment.
Majority of the public (57%) support a ban on wearing the burka in the UK, whilst just 25% are against outlawing it, according to the poll.
Analysts speaking to Sputnik and other Russian media outlets comment on Tokyo's announcement that it would cooperate with Russia economically regardless of progress on resolving the territorial dispute over the Kuril Islands.
The British College of Policing (CoP) which sets standards for UK Police Officers and also commercially offers worldwide training courses is currently under intense criticism after refusing to reveal the full details of its training deals with forces in Bahrain.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by immigration attorney Alan Diamante ahead of Donald Trump's major immigration speech today in Arizona.
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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov expressed Moscow's concern over the actions by the Turkish army and Ankara-backed opposition units in northern Syria and their potential impact on peace efforts in the Syrian conflict, according to the statement of the Russian Foreign Ministry.
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Three more journalists were arrested in Turkey, according to local media.
London's Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) are investigating a string of death threats made towards at least 25 MPs who have been singled out over email.
The International Space Station (ISS) has been the bedrock of hundreds of experiments, with collaboration from all over the world which have led to DNA sequencing and major developments in health and scientific research.
Syrian armed forces and militia liberated over half of the territory of an air force school in Southern Aleppo, according to a RIA Novosti correspondent.
Average export price forecast of Russia’s Gazprom company remained at $167-$171 per 1,000 cubic meters this year, according to the top manager at the firm's subsidiary Gazprom Export.
Airstrikes of Saudi-led coalition killed another 16 civilians in Yemen, according to local media.
Under fire French President Francois Hollande has suffered yet another blow ahead of next year's national elections with economy minister Emmanuel Macron resigning from the government, sparking speculation he will launch his own presidential bid.
Iranian women have been given the go-ahead to take part in motorsports, according to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) citing Mahmud Seydanlu, the Federation’s chairman of motorcyclists and motorists.