Apart from the talks with Minister Sergei Lavrov, Lamberto Zannier will also have a meeting with top officials of the CIS Collective Security Treaty Organization
The ruling coalition are meeting on Tuesday to resume debate on topical issues and planned legislative changes, including those affecting construction legislation, social services and defence.
The National Assembly is expected to pass on Tuesday a bill designed to prevent the diversion of funds from systemically important companies, a piece of legislation known as Lex Mercator.
A powerful 7.1 magnitude earthquake has struck off central Chile, some 35 kilometers west of the coastal city of Valparaiso, USGS reports. Read Full Article at RT.com
President Donald Trump chastised the UN Security Council for underperforming and called on it to “impose additional and stronger sanctions” on North Korea during a meeting with UNSC amb
According to the LuganskInformCenter news agency, electricity might have been cut by the Ukrainian side
A commercial bus somersaulted on the expressway, killing some passengers and injuring others, on Monday, in Ondo. See photos:
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has said that Washington "will confront Russia" after a top US military commander claimed Moscow is "sending weapons" to the Taliban. No specifics or evi
People in Moscow have been treated to a rare, stunning cloud formation of red and gold that seems to have covered the whole city, giving photo enthusiasts a chance to snap most impressi
A Cameroon military tribunal on Monday jailed a Radio France International correspondent to 10 years in prison for what it said was his “failure to denounce acts of terrorism.” Amnesty Int
New allegations of malicious business practices have been levelled against Uber CEO Travis Kalanick which claim that his company tracked iPhone users on a consistent basis and hid what
The market of security cameras stood at more than EUR15 million in Romania in 2016, driven by higher demand from industrial and real estate customers, which was even stronger in the first quarter.
Rolling stock manufacturer Astra Rail Industries, which owns Astra Vagoane Arad, Romvag (Caracal) and Meva (Turnu Severin) railroad car plants in business for more than 100 years, ended last year wi
This summer, the USA military convoy will drive through Slovakia en route to NATO exercises.
Rafael Benitez succeeded in his gamble of staying on as manager as he steered Newcastle United straight back up to the Premier League with a 4-1 win over Preston on Monday. The former Liverpool and Re
Israel has indicted an 18-year-old Jewish man with dual American-Israeli citizenship for making bomb threats to Jewish community centers (JCCs) in the United States, among other actions
Bill Clinton has trolled US President Donald Trump, poking fun at his claims that his predecessor, Barack Obama, ordered wiretapping on his phones during the election campaign. Read Fu
Nationalizing the land and banks, rumored ties to German intelligence – the Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin has sat down with the Russian Telegraph to discuss some of the burning issues
Its first session is planned for the autumn.
At least 2,064 homeless people live in the capital city.
At least four people were feared dead on Monday following a clash between scrap dealers and security men guarding oil pipelines in Isheri Osun/ Ijegun area of Lagos. Residents of the area said that th
The area surrounding Pego do Inferno, the waterfall and pool in the Tavira countryside, was burned to a cinder in the 2012 fire that swept across the eastern Algarve which left 21,500 hectares blacke
The general government deficit of Slovakia dropped below 1.7 percent last year.
Gradually 55 bilingual signs will be installed by the end of September.
A 51-year-old textile dealer at Balogun Market, Taiwo Titilayo-Momoh, who attempted to jump into the lagoon on the Third Mainland Bridge, Lagos, was on Monday hauled up before an Ebute Meta Chief Magi
Russian Foreign Ministry has responded to request on measures to protect Russian citizen Dilgam Asgarov, APA reports.
A British-Iranian woman jailed in Tehran after being accused of sedition has seen her appeal rejected by the country’s supreme court, her family said on Monday. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was giv
Moscow's Zamoskvoretsky court has rejected a lawsuit filed by the Jehovah's Witnesses religious group against the Justice Ministry's ruling on banning its activity in Russia, according to
Dissatisfied taxi drivers will go on a protest ride from Petržalka to Lama? on Wednesday.
Ogun State Governor, Ibikunle Amosun, rescued an aide to Osun State Governor, Ms Idiat Babalola, from mob attack at the premises of the late Senator Isiaka Adeleke, on Monday. According to the Senior
The safety of over 400,000 people in Raqqa, Syria, where US-backed Syrian opposition forces are bombing ISIS, is of "deep concern" to the UN. The offensive has resulted in "an escalat
Residential quarters of the Ukrainian-controlled town of Maryinka in Donbas, Ukraine's east, have come under fire when Russia's hybrid forces mounted an attack on Ukrainian troops stationed ne
The government ban on planting new eucalyptus forests is a “huge loss to the Portuguese economy,” according to the Portuguese Association of the Paper Industry, CELPA.
The head of Portugal’s leading
The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine’s work is worth of praise. It has destroyed a complicated corruption scheme involving the Ukrhazvydobuvannia, a gas-extracting and selling company, movin