Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies (KRET), a subsidiary of the state-owned Russian corporation Rostec, has developed a new type of electronic missile jamming unit for Russia’s Armed Forces, according to RIA Novosti.
Lawmakers in the European Parliament have hit out at what they describe as "procedural tricks" being used to protect Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem from investigation into the LuxLeaks scandal.
The Russian Embassy in New Delhi denied on Monday media reports that Russia had recommended Russian citizens to refrain from visiting India, and the resort of Goa in particular, a statement obtained by Sputnik said.
Russian pilots have “at times” crossed into Israeli air space while conducting flights over Syria, however the incidents have never lead to any drastic consequences, similar to the Turkish downing of Russia's Su-24 bomber, due to ‘excellent security coordination’ between the two states, according to a top Israeli defense official.
Analyzing the Turkish attack on a Russian Su-24 bomber in Syria last week, Turkish journalist Umit Kivanc suggested that Ankara's narrative on how things went down doesn't seem to mesh with the basic facts, adding that a reasoned analysis has led him to conclude that the attack may have been a deliberate, political provocation.
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The German chancellor has expressed doubts that a meeting in Brussels between the EU and Turkey and another between the eight countries most affected by the migrant crisis represent the beginnings of a more united Europe.
The concentration of tiny PM2.5 particles in the air in the Chinese capital of Beijing reached a critical mark, according to the Real-time Air Quality Index.
Russian airstrikes on the Turkish-Syrian border cause an increased flow of Syrian refugees, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Monday.
Russian scientists have developed a unique system for the transmission of electricity between spacecraft using lasers and photoelectric converters, according to the Russian daily Izvestia.
Turkey made a bad mistake when it shot down the Russian aircraft which had strayed into its airspace for 17 seconds. The operation, conceived to teach Russia not to interfere with the Third Syrian War – designed to create a colonial state in Northern Syria to which the Turkish Kurds would be transferred – had the opposite effect. Show More Summary
You could hardly open a Pennsylvania newspaper in 2012 without running into a story about the prosecution of sexual predators or their enablers. The case of Jerry Sandusky, the Penn State football coach convicted of abusing 10 boys, was all over the headlines. Show More Summary
According to Jens Stoltenberg, NATO supports Turkey’s right to defend its territory and airspace.
The approval of a visa-free regime between the European Union and Turkey would be a reason for the United Kingdom to exit the bloc, the UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader said Monday.
New Delhi will purchase Russian-developed Su-30MKI aircraft and Indian-made TejasMK-II planes as well as French-built Rafale fighters for Indian Air Force, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha said.
Jordanian Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Nayef Fayez said that Jordan does not yet have the capacity to accommodate as many Russians as Egypt did but hoped to increase the number of holidaymakers from Russia.
A plane carrying the body of Lt. Col. Oleg Peshkov, the pilot of the Russian Su-24 bomber downed by Turkey over Syrian territory, has left the Turkish capital of Ankara for Moscow, the Turkish Ulke Haber news portal reported Monday.
According to a source in the Council of the European Union, Israel’s decision to suspend contact with the European Union on the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict is a temporary measure.
According to the US Embassy in Kabul, the city is under the threat of an imminent attack within the next 48 hours.