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Rosneft-China Cooperation Volume to Amount to $500 Billion by 2035

According to Rosneft CEO, the total volume of cooperation with the company's Chinese partners may soon amount to $500 billion.

Zionism—What Is It? Why Is It Getting Trashed?

European and U.S. “elites” turn against the Jewish state.

Russia is Building a 'New East' In Vladivostok

The first-ever Eastern Economic Forum is a landmark event that speaks to the cooperative nature of multipolarity.

Gazprom, YPF Energy Sign Deal on Joint Exploration in Argentina

The Gazprom-YPF agreement defines the key principles of cooperation on hydrocarbon exploration and production in Argentina, according to the Gazprom statement.

Russia Expects Threefold Energy, Oil Export Leap to Asia-Pacific Region

Alexander Novak said oil deliveries to the Asia-Pacific region could increase significantly in the next five years.

Congressman of Largest Military District Tells Constituents He ‘Wrestled’ with Iran Deal Decision

But Scott Rigell says no: "They hold an apocalyptic worldview and they talk about the destruction of Israel."

Dialogue Crucial in Implementing Ukraine Constitutional Amendments-Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin called for Kiev-Donbas dialogue stressing that amendments to the Ukrainian constitution on the granting of more autonomy to the country’s southeastern regions (Donbas) must be introduced after talks with the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics (DPR and LPR).

Europe Follows US Policy in Migrant Crisis, Consequences Expected - Putin

Vladimir Putin stated that Europe is 'blindly' sticking to US policy in resolving the migrant crisis, which is leading to drastic consequences that Russia had warned about.

US, Russian Leaders Mull Creation of Intl Anti-Terrorism Coalition - Putin

Vladimir Putin said Russia and the United States are both interested in creating an international anti-terrorism coalition, adding that the issue had been already discussed with the US President.

US Energy Department Improves Equipment for Workers at Nuclear Waste Site

The US Department of Energy (DOE) said that Washington-based nuclear waste site would increase personal protective equipment of workers at the field responding to the recent lawsuit against the DOE, which was accused for failing to protect workers.

Prison Guard 'Beat Up' Squad Accused of Killing Inmate: Why Prison Abuse Is So Common and Overlooked

America is the only democracy in the world that doesn't have independent oversight of prisons. Samuel Harrell’s death at the hands of a group of correctional officers at the Fishkill Correctional Facility in Beacon N.Y. known as theShow More Summary

Putin Calls for 'Attractive' Energy, Transport Tariffs, Free Ports Regime

Russian President Vladimir Putin has called for additional measures to decrease transport and energy costs for business and proposed extending the free port regime from the Far East city of Vladivostok to other cities in the region during his speech at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok.

Russia, Venezuela to Continue Talks With Producers to Stabilize Oil Market

Russian Energy Minister said that Russia and Venezuela agreed to continue consultations with international oil producers on the stabilization of the situation on oil markets.

Russia Has Huge Resource Potential, Talented Specialists - McKinsey Head

McKinsey & Company head urged global investors to pay more attention to Russia as it has vast natural and human resources as the world sees scarcity of both nowadays adding that decrease in oil prices will have short-term effect.

Norwegian Wood? Hot Dogs and Ice Cream to Be Made From Trees

A Norwegian company is using trees to create a calorie-free fat substitute that can be used in foods from ice cream to hot dogs, and is being hailed as a potential weapon in the fight against obesity.

Putin Kicks off Eastern Economic Forum With Major National Address

Russian President Vladimir Putin kicks off the inaugural Eastern Economic Forum (EEF)’s opening ceremony with an address to the nation.

US Capitol Lacks Plan to Use Electric Power Cheaply, Efficiently

The Senate and House of Representatives have reportedly used expensive electric power while spending taxpayer money inefficiently.

Pentagon Told to Expand Ethics Programs Across US Armed Forces

A Government Accountability Office stated that Pentagon failed to put into life recommended programs to improve ethics within the US armed forces, which experience lack of professionalism and accountability.

Tons of Property in US Biggests Cities Slide in Value

Research shows around half of the homes in New York City, Washington, DC and several other US metropolitan areas are losing value - which could be an alarming sign for many property markets.

Saudi King, Obama to Discuss Iran Threat at White House

Saudi Arabia King Salman and US President Barack Obama will hold negotiations on Gulf state regional security questions with a special emphasis on the Iran nuclear deal and Tehran’s threatening activities to be taken place at the White House on Friday.

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