Estonia Should Acquire Missiles Capable of Striking St. Petersburg – Journo

Vahur Koorits, a reporter for Delfi, a Baltic news portal, called for Estonia to acquire missiles capable of hitting St. Petersburg and develop a navy which could...

The Long Haul: 'Yellow Vests' Launch 10th Weekend of Protests in...

The demonstration, scheduled for Saturday, is titled "Act 10". As many as 80,000 law enforcement officers have been mobilized across France to keep order during the demonstrations which...

Russian-Greek Commission on Economic, Tech Cooperation to Meet in Thessaloniki

On Friday, Katrougkalos, who co-chairs the commission alongside Russian Transport Minister Evgeny Ditrich, held a meeting with Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko in Athens. READ...

Refuse, Resist! Brum Rubbish Collectors Ready to Strike as Council Talks...

Unite Cabinet members met at the Birmingham Council House on Tuesday to negotiate a peaceful settlement of an ongoing dispute between council bin workers and city officials in the...

Swiss Court Cancels Arrest of Gazprom-Owned Nord Stream Shares – Gas...

"On January 16, a court of the canton of Zug (Switzerland) decided to completely cancel its decision of May 29, 2018, on imposing interim measures in Switzerland against shares of Gazprom...

Problem of Kosovo Will Not Be Solved Soon – Serbian President...

The problem of Kosovo will not be solved soon because the Albanians living in the split region are not ready for a compromise, Serbian President Aleksandar...

German Soccer Coach Claps Back at Reporter’s Sexist Locker Room Question

German soccer club BV Cloppenburg (BVC) Head Coach Imke Wübbenhorst is already making waves without even 31 days under her belt after responding to a reporter's ignorant...

London Destroying Evidence on Skripal Case – Russian Foreign Intelligence Chief

Russian Foreign Intelligence Service Director Sergei Naryshkin has stated that London is destroying evidence related to the Skripal case. "This is a dirty provocation...

UK Parliament Debates Over No-Confidence Motion Against Prime Minister May

The defeat of the deal has heightened uncertainty around Brexit: Britain is set to quit the European Union on 29 March, however, there is still no settled...

EU Envoys Agree to Sanction 4 Alleged Russian GRU Officers –...

The source stressed that two of the four Russian officers were sanctioned over their alleged involvement in the attack on former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and...

Moscow Blames London for Delayed Consular Access to Arrested Spy Whelan

"The British side did not use the bilateral consular convention, which has been in force between our countries since 1965. This slowed down the process of granting consular...

WATCH British MPs Hold Final Debate and Vote on Brexit Deal

The vote concludes months of intense debates in the House of Commons over May's Brexit plan. In order to get her deal through Parliament, the prime minister needs 318...
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