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Russian diplomat worried over war threat on Korean Peninsula

The Russian diplomat calls on the United States and South Korea to refrain from regular military drills near the Korean Peninsula
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Ukraine's Deputy Minister for temporarily occupied areas and internally displaced persons Yuriy Hrymchak predicts that the occupied part of Donbas could return to Ukraine in 2018, as the recently
Azerbaijani serviceman Rahim Aliyev died as a result of an accident in one of the training centers
Krista Parmakoski of Finland won the women's 10 km event at the Cross-Country World Cup meet in Planica on Sunday, ahead of Charlotte Kalla of Sweden and Norway's Heidi Weng.
Azerbaijan fully understands justified security concerns of Turkey against the menace of terrorism
Ukraine's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) is now verifying information if there are Ukrainian citizens among the victims of a terrorist attack on a hotel in Kabul.
According to Binali Yildirim, Ankara supports communication with Damascus with mediation of Moscow and Tehran
Could an alien virus arrive from outer space and wipe out the human race? It may sound like the plot of a B-movie, but an international group of scientists is now formally exploring the
At least 19 companies, including a Slovak one, are currently developing flying car planes, but there are still many issues that must be worked out.
Pickets were outside several French prisons on Sunday morning after mass meetings rejected government proposals to end a week-long strike sparked by inmate attacks on guards.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa announced far reaching measures intended to improve governance as well as restore the integrity of Eskom.
At the first council meeting of the year, De Lille’s powers were curtailed to the effect that she would not deal with the city's water crises.
Police blamed for inaction against ‘psycho’ suspect
Authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo blocked the internet in Kinshasa and set up roadblocks throughout the city ahead of planned protests Sunday demanding that President Joseph Kabila leave
France has withdrawn its bid for holding the World Expo 2025, an exhibition, the application for holding of which was filed by Azerbaijan as well
No place for "racist" H&M in South Africa
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Some 50,000 Romanians braved the sleet and snow on Saturday to protest against corruption in Bucharest. Brief scuffles broke out between the demonstrators and riot police during the mar
The newly appointed Eskom board should speedily start with the process of identifying and recruiting the best permanent executive talent

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