As reported by Reuters with reference to a representative of the Ministry of Defense of Afghanistan Dawlat Waziri, 36 militants of the Islamic State were killed in Afghanistan after the U.S. dropped its most powerful non-nuclear bomb.
Last month Consumer Protection Association “Public Control” received complaints from 34 Russian regions about reducing assortment and increasing prices for food.
Spokesman for the U.S. Pacific Command David Benham said that the missile launched from North Korea on Sunday night was not intercontinental, and exploded in the air almost immediately after the launch.
In the Italian city of Verona at the wine exhibition Vinitaly the Russians were forced to remove wines from the annexed Crimea from their booth.
The head of the Federation Council Committee on Defense and Security Viktor Ozerov commented on the statement of White House spokesman Sean Spicer that the United States could strike on Syria again in case of a new chemical attack.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said it is necessary to build relations with all powers in Afghanistan, including the terrorist group Taliban.
The United States notified Japan about their intention to attack North Korea if China fails to force them to cease its nuclear missile program.
According to Energy Minister of Georgia Kakha Kaladze, his country will stop receiving natural gas from Gazprom by the end of 2017, and switch to the natural gas imported from Azerbaijan.
The United States unexpectedly sent a strike group led by nuclear aircraft carrier Carl Vinson to the shores of South Korea. It was reported on Monday, April 10th by the Yonhap news agency referencing the South Korean military.
The head of the U.S. Department of State Rex Tillerson issued an ultimatum to Russia because of the support that Moscow provides to the Syrian regime.