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Iran President Press Office Confirms Rouhani's Participation in Baku Talks

Tehran confirmed to Sputnik that Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani will take part in talks with the presidents of Russia and Azerbaijan in Baku in August.

For US, Losing Turkey to Russia is a 'Major Geopolitical Setback'

Turkey's increasingly warm relations with Russia spell trouble for the United States at a time when the already strained ties between Ankara and Washington have been further complicated following the unsuccessful attempt to overthrow President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, journalist and research analyst Salman Rafi Sheikh asserted.

Future Cycle Brings TRON to Life

The future is finally here and anyone can live their dreams of being in the TRON movie. All you need is a cyclotron.

Shooting Attack in Munich Which Claimed 10 Lives Not Linked With Daesh

The chief of Bavarian polce said that recent shooting attack in Munich had no links to Daesh.

Iran Condemns Munich Shooting, Expresses Sympathy for German People

Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman deplored the Munich attack and urged to launch a life-and-death struggle to eradicate killing of innocent people.

Lavrov to Protest Against Russian Detention in Thailand at Talks With Kerry

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will express protest over the arrest of a Russian citizen in Thailand at the US request during the meeting with the US Secretary of State John Kerry in Laos on July 26, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Saturday.

Russia Expects More Effective Coordination From US in Anti-Daesh Fight

Russia expects more active actions from the United States for the effective coordination in a fight against Daesh and al-Nusra Front, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Saturday.

Russia Disappointed by US Actions in Bilateral Relations - Deputy FM

Moscow is disappointed by the actions of Washington in the bilateral relations, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Saturday.

Putin Offers Condolences to German Nation After Deadly Munich Shooting

Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his condolences to the people of Germany following the deadly shooting in Munich in a letter addressed to the German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Minister President of Bavaria Horst Seehofer, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Saturday.

The Forgotten Gadgets of a Bygone Era

The last video recorder was produced in late July, 2016, marking the passage of a device which revolutionized home entertainment into obsolescence. Apparently, Funai was the last company producing tapes, and now it has ceased production.

German Police Search Apartment of Suspected Munich Shooter

German police have searched the apartment where the Munich shooting suspect lived with his parents, local media reported Saturday.

After Munich: What Needs to Be Done to Save Europe From Terrorist 'Chaos'

European leaders will have to make "tough and unpopular" decisions to prevent violence on the continent from escalating, political analyst Alexander Kamkin told the Vzglyad newspaper, commenting on the recent high-profile attacks, including an axe rampage and a shooting in southern Germany, as well as a truck attack in the French city of Nice.

North Korean Foreign Minister to Attend ASEAN Regional Forum in Laos

Veteran diplomat and North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho will participate in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Regional Forum in Laos during his first foreign visit since appointment in May, media reported Saturday.

Donald the Destroyer: Vanquishing the Republican Gods

After extinguishing 16 Republican competitors Donald Trump won his hard-earned presidential ticket during the Cleveland convention, though his nomination was boycotted by the Bush clan and other party heavyweights.

WADA Report: Doping for Russia-Bashers

The World Anti-Doping Agency launched a global campaign against Russian athletes and lobbied for them to be banned from Rio Olympics in an attempt to make sports another tool of political pressure on Russia.

Turkey: Army in Handcuffs

Turkey is swept up in a military purge following last week’s failed coup attempt and while the West is in an uproar, President Putin can be the first world leader to meet President Erdogan early next month.

Understanding Trump

Look at who he appeals to, why and how to respond. There is a lot being written spoken about Trump by intelligent and articulate commentators whose insights I respect. But as a longtime researcher in cognitive science and linguistics, I bring a perspective from these sciences to an understanding of the Trump phenomenon. Show More Summary

Thousands Will March in Philly to Demand Fracking Ban on Eve of Democratic National Convention (VIDEO)

The march comes on the heels of yet another study revealing the negative public health impacts of fracking. On Sunday, one day before the Democratic National Convention commences its four-day event at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia,...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Picks Virginia Senator Tim Kaine for VP, Frustrating Sanders Delegates

Clinton calls him progressive, but critics say he's too pro-corporate. Hillary Clinton has picked Virginia Senator Tim Kaine as her running mate, a centrist from a swing state who speaks Spanish, worked with Central American missionaries when he was in his 20s, and slowly made his way up the political ladder to the U.S. Show More Summary

Donald Trump’s Dark and Scary Night

The GOP presidential nominee's acceptance speech was a litany of fear and resentment, a dog whistle to disaffected white Americans. The GOP’s new big dog blew the whistle Thursday night for nearly an hour and a half and it was loud and shrill enough to reach the ears of every angry, resentful, disaffected white American. Show More Summary

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