A few days ago Seleznev wrote a letter to U.S. District Judge Richard Jones, admitting his crimes.
U.S. fighters escorted Russian Tu-95 bombers for 12 minutes until they changed course towards returning to their base.
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.
The USA claim that they can “completely destroy” key military facilities of the DPRK.
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.
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.
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.
The United States notified Japan about their intention to attack North Korea if China fails to force them to cease its nuclear missile program.
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.