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Pyongyang test-fires suspected ballistic missiles

North Korea has ramped up its testing activity in the recent months with what it claimed to be "hypersonic" missile ...

Canadians told to avoid Ukraine

Ottawa pointed to the movements of Russian troops within the country's own territory as a reason for concernThe Canadian government ...

UFC head Dana White weighs in on Joe Rogan & Spotify letter

UFC boss continued to defend Rogan in the wake of a viral letter after having previously thanked the podcast host ...

Two shots of Sputnik V accepted for international travel to Australia: TGA

Canberra [Australia], January 17 (ANI/Sputnik): Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has recognized the two-dose course of the Russian Sputnik V ...

Kremlin identifies red line in NATO-Russia relations

President Vladimir Putin's spokesperson has explained how NATO created the situation which Russia ?couldn?t tolerate any more?NATO's ?gradual invasion? into ...

Alekos Fassianos, Known as 'Greek Picasso,' Dies at Age 86

ATHENS - Greek artist Alekos Fassianos, whose work drew on his country's mythology and folklore, died Sunday at the age ...

Ex-President Poroshenko to Return to Ukraine to Face Treason Charges

WARSAW - Former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says he is returning to Ukraine to fight treason charges - even though ...

What Kanye should REALLY do on his trip to Russia

You may have heard of the superstar's plans to visit. So we decided to come up with our own list ...

Habs get Josh Anderson back as they face Coyotes

Not much has gone the way of the Montreal Canadiens this season, but they should get a major piece back ...

Kremlin reveals how it will respond to NATO deployments to Ukraine

Moscow considers talks with the US and NATO ?unsuccessful,? but there is no talk of military action, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry ...

Gorbachev faces lawsuit over killings

The action has been brought forward by relatives of some of those who died in the final days of the ...

America's new nuclear option

Washington mulling some of the harshest sanctions ever proposedA new bill before the US Senate that would introduce unprecedented new ...

Ukraine Blames Russia for Cyberattack

Ukraine Sunday blamed Russia for the defacement of government websites, contending it was part of Moscow's "hybrid war" against the ...

Russia not planning military action if security talks fail: Kremlin spokesperson

Moscow [Russia], January 16 (ANI/Sputnik): Russia is not considering military action if security talks with the United States and NATO ...

Ukrainian ministry of digital development claims Russia behind recent cyberattacks

Kyiv [Ukraine], January 16 (ANI/Sputnik): The Ukrainian Ministry of Digital Transformation said on Sunday that there was evidence pointing to ...

German politician compares anti-Russian sanctions to atomic bomb

Suspending Russia from the banking network would be an atomic bomb for capital marketsCutting Russia off from the international banking ...

Ukraine changes its mind on culprit behind cyberattack

One day after blaming Belarus, Kiev has now labeled Russia the perpetrator of a huge cyberattackA Ukrainian ministry now says ...

Coach of figure skating starlet Valieva in plea to fans

The Beijing Games contender's choreographer made an appeal after she became European figure skating championWinter Olympics hopeful Kamila Valieva survived ...

Russia keeping troops near Ukraine border because of tension

Moscow [Russia], January 16 (ANI/Sputnik): Russia will keep its troops near the border with Ukraine as long as NATO presence ...

Kremlin tells CNN about possibility of weapons deployment to Ukraine

Moscow considers talks with the US and NATO ?unsuccessful,? but there is no talk of military action, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry ...

Why did Peter I ban stone houses in Russia

There was a moment in Russian history when stone houses were allowed only in Saint Petersburg. Was it an absurd ...

Tanks on European streets due to Russian threat

Armored vehicles were pictured rolling through the streets of a Swedish town as the military cited ?tensions? between Russia and ...

Putin to hold talks with Iranian President in Moscow next week

Moscow [Russia], January 16 (ANI/Sputnik): Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold talks with his Iranian counterpart Ebrahim Raisi in Moscow ...

Russia considers kicking out rowdy foreigners

Non-citizens found guilty of serious violations of Russian law could be booted out if the plan goes aheadRussia's Ministry of ...

What is Macron's real goal in Africa

France seems intent on using its Council of the European Union presidency to tighten its slipping grip on Africa and ...

Indian, Russian navies conduct passing exercise in Arabian Sea

New Delhi [India], January 16 (ANI): Indian Navy and Russian Federation Navy conducted a passing exercise in the Arabian Sea. ...

Ukraine says Russia not responsible for huge cyberattack

Officials in Kiev originally blamed Moscow for the hackFriday's cyberattack targeting Ukrainian government agencies was carried out by a group ...

COVAX Delivers Billionth Vaccine

The Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center said early Sunday 326.2 million people around the world have been infected with the ...

Microsoft warns of destructive malware in computer systems of Ukrainian state institutions

Moscow [Russia], January 16 (ANI/Sputnik): Computer systems of several Ukrainian government agencies and non-profit organizations have been infected with malware ...

Russia confirms 29,230 new COVID-19 cases in past 24 hours

Moscow [Russia], January 16 (ANI/Sputnik): Russia has confirmed 29,230 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, which brings ...

Language Law For National Print Media Comes Into Force In Ukraine

A language law came into force in Ukraine on January 16 that requires all national print media to be published ...

Microsoft Discloses Malware Attack on Ukraine Government Networks

BOSTON - Microsoft said late Saturday that dozens of computer systems at an unspecified number of Ukrainian government agencies have ...

What are Arctic mirages

An illusory sun, forests, mountains and even entire phantom islands can be observed above the Arctic Circle.Imagine you are looking ...

Tanks in European streets explained by Russia

Armored vehicles were pictured rolling through the streets of a Swedish town as the military cited ?tensions? between Russia and ...

US official threatens Russia with 'sharp pain inflicted very fast

Top US diplomat vowed a swift response should Russia ?invade? Ukraine in ?any form?The US has some 18 ?different scenarios? ...

'Too much tension on border', says Peskov commenting on Ukraine situation

Moscow [Russia], January 16 (ANI/Sputnik): Russia cannot stress the importance of talks on security guarantees enough, since the situation on ...

Ukraine says Russia not responsible for massive cyberattack

Kiev claims ?cyber espionage? group backed by Belarusian intelligence hacked Ukrainian websitesFriday's massive cyberattack targeting Ukrainian government agencies was carried ...

Ukraine names alleged perpetrator of massive cyberattack

Kiev claims a ?cyber espionage? group backed by Belarus? intelligence hacked Ukrainian websitesFriday's massive cyberattack targeting Ukrainian government agencies was ...

Russians arrest US citizen over pedophilia claims

Arrested man allegedly raped his two sons in Houston, TexasAn American citizen has been detained in Moscow on suspicion of ...

Russian ice hockey coach fired after kicking own player

The shamed youth boss has been dismissed after footage emerged of him attacking a teenage player on his benchVladimir Gromilin ...

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Not since the 1936 Olympics in Berlin has a government tried to prevent an athlete from competing in a sporting ...

French government's Covid policies cause teachers to strike

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Great excitement in Tokyo over newborn twin pandas

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After 5,000 cranes die from bird flu, Israel acts to stop virus

TEL AVIV, Israel: An avian influenza upsurge has claimed the lives of over 5,000 cranes in Israel, resulting in the ...

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