Commenting on Monday's EU-Ukraine summit, Bundestag Foreign Affairs Committee member Gernot Erler told German media that Ukraine's leaders have presented the EU with "a bag of ideas, demands and expectations," but have offered few details in return about Ukraine's plans for development and reform.
Former US Assistant Secretary of Energy Chuck McConnell said that he, being a US taxpayer, does not want the United States to pay the gas bill for Ukraine.
On a visit to Lisbon ahead of the Trident Juncture military exercises to be held in Portugal later this year, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announces the NATO Response Force will more than double.
These smaller drills come a month after a large-scale snap inspection of the Northern Fleet, the head of Russian Defense Ministry's Northern Fleet's press service said Tuesday.
Russia is set to create world’s first rocket and missile engine manufacturing holding, which will bring together Russian manufacturers of engines for rockets and missiles.
Nepal's Tourism Ministry said that about 200 climbers had been rescued from Mount Everest and that 19 climbers are dead, in the aftermath of last week's massive earthquake in Nepal.
Russian specialists will attempt to contact Progress cargo vessel that has a glitch in its telemetry system.
Two two countries are discussing China's participation in a Russian project to create a permanent manned station on the Moon, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Tuesday.
Paleontologists from the University of Birmingham and other institutions have discovered a so-called "platypus" dinosaur in Chile.
The Turkish President’s latest comments about Crimea should be seen as nothing more than domestic chest-thumping and not as a revision of relations with Russia.
Russian Soyuz-2.1a rocket carrier blasted off to deliver a Progress cargo shipment for the International Space Station, a source in Mission Control told RIA Novosti Tuesday.
Work at the Malaysia Airlines crash site in East Ukraine may be completed Wednesday, according to the head of self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic’s Emergencies Ministry said Tuesday.
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