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Deputy Mayor of London Justine Simons: Moscow is similar to London

Russian capital hosts civic leaders for conference on cultural development
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Archaeologists have discovered the human remains of Swiss villagers dating back to 5,500BC. Read Full Article at
Ceasefires have been declared many a time in Donbass since the spring of 2014 when the armed civil conflict broke out in eastern Ukraine
The Soyuz-2.1v carrier rocket with the defense ministry’s satellite was launched from platform No43 of the Plesetsk space center’s launching pad No4 on Friday, June 23
A New Jersey native, who was part of the brawl outside the Washington DC residence of the Turkish ambassador, faces hate crime charges in connection to the May 16 incident. Read Full
with Ademola Olonilua The second season of dance competition, ‘Forward Dance Championship’ ended on a high note and it was witnessed by numerous students from various secondary schools in Lagos. The c
While the EU decided at the last summit to send out a message of a U-turn, there are still several issues that are undermining the block's unity, the Delo newspaper notes in its commentary Europea
Civil initiatives have become almost part and parcel of every project in Slovenia and have gained an unsavoury reputation among the public, but the newspaper Dnevnik believes not all should be so frow
For two full decades we have not seen a politician with a substance and articulated vision who would be ready to put interests of the people in front of interests of their party or their own interest,
The next war with Israel would draw hundreds of thousands of fighters from across the entire Middle East, Hezbollah’s leader has warned after the Israeli Air Force chief promised to dro
COASTAL towns and cities in Spain celebrated the midsummer festival of San Juan last night (Friday) by jumping over bonfires on the beach and ...
A member of the so-called White Helmets which has been hailed by the western media as ‘peace-bearing heroes’ has been caught on camera helping a group of unidentified militants disposin
The main ceremony celebrating National Day, with which Slovenia will mark the 26th anniversary of its independence on Sunday, will take place on the eve of the holiday in Ljubljana's Congress Squ
Two parties that are part of the United Left (ZL), a group of six opposition deputies in parliament, will meet for a congress in Ljubljana on Saturday to merge into a new party, the Left, to get read
SPANISH president Mariano Rajoy says his British counterpart's proposals for cross-EU citizens' rights post-Brexit was 'not bad', but 'could have been ...
A Oklahoma doctor has been charged with second-degree murder for prescribing excessive amounts of opioids and other drugs, causing the overdose deaths of at least five patients. Read Fu
A CHILDREN'S football trainer has been fired after his team flattened the opposition in a match by scoring 25-0, creating divided opinions among the public.
In a behind-the-scenes interview about RT’s new documentary on North Korea, director Natalya Kadyrova describes the challenges of filming in the world’s most restrictive nation, includi
The Senate Judiciary Committee wants to hear from former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, after ousted FBI Director James Comey implied she interfered in the investigation of Hillary Cli
(Reuters) – Shikhar Dhawan and Ajinkya Rahane compiled an opening partnership of 132 for India against West Indies before rain washed out the first one-day international in Trinidad today. The p
NASA has released incredible new footage of rarely seen volcanic activity on the surface of the Moon – and it may reveal why parts of Earth’s satellite shine so brightly. Read Full Arti
A DRIVER left ?10,000 in cash on the roof of his car and forgot about it until he set off - by which time nearly ?4,000 had ...
The decision to place ‘I’m poor’ signs on the houses of people eligible for government support by the Indian state of Rajasthan has offended residents who accuse the the local governmen
Works have been started on the restoration of gas supplies to the capital's combined heat and power plant No. 6 (CHPP-6), Adviser to the Minister in the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukr
Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies accidentally killed a teenager when bullets meant for an aggressive pit bull terrier ricocheted off the ground and hit the boy, according to author
Below is a roundup of major events on Friday, 23 June:
The German government has hit back at the Turkish Presidency of Religious Affairs (Diyanet) for its criticism of a recently opened liberal mosque which allows men, women and the lGBT co
Official documents detailing the actions of a Nazi-hunting unit established by the Chilean government during World War II have been released to the public for the first time. Read Full
A proposed new bill passed by the New Jersey Assembly requires the state’s school districts to teach children how to interact with law enforcement from kindergarten through to grade 12.
A two-day long Brussels summit of the European Council ended Friday with leaders agreeing on various issues including security, migration, Brexit, climate change and economy, Anadolu Agency reports.
Angolan Vice President Manuel Vicente will face trial in Portugal over allegations he bribed a magistrate to drop two investigations against him, according to a Wednesday ruling cited in Portuguese m
Embattled senator representing Kogi West in the National Assembly, Dino Melaye, said he had filed his case against the Independent National Electoral Commission. He said he filed the case on Friday at
On June 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit the Artek International Children's Center in Crimea, according to the Kremlin's press service.
Popular hit maker, Innocent ‘2baba’ Idibia has described the fraud case which led to Dammy Krane’s arrest as a case of implication. Tuface maintained that Dammy Krane, who was formerly sig
Simon Utebor, Yenagoa The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Bayelsa State Command, says its anti-vandals’ team has arrested a suspected ringleader that masterminded the blowing up of the

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