China also welcomes the decision of the European Union to liberalize the visa regime with Ukraine.
U.S. fighters escorted Russian Tu-95 bombers for 12 minutes until they changed course towards returning to their base.
A major of the Russian Marine Corps Sergei Bordov, originating from Sevastopol (Crimea), was killed in Syria.
Roman Seleznev, the son of a Russian lawmaker, wrote an 11-page handwritten letter to U.S. District Judge Richard Jones, admitting his hacking activities in the U.S., and asking for forgiveness.
North Korea will continue missile tests despite increased tensions with the United States, said Deputy Foreign Minister of the DPRK Han Song-ryol.
Adviser to the president of Russia, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences Sergei Glazyev in an interview with TV channel Tsargrad said that in order to achieve economic growth and technical progress in Russia it is necessary to act as…
China’s first airliner C919 made by COMAC company passed high speed test on the runway.
Russia lost from 1.3 to 1.5 billion dollars because of duties on grain supplies to Turkey, imposed in response to a ban on the import of Turkish tomatoes into Russia.
The USA claim that they can “completely destroy” key military facilities of the DPRK.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) does not rule out Russia’s suspension from participation in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2018, but the decision can be made only after the song contest in Kiev in May.