Russian gymnasts – world and European rhythmic gymnastics champion Alexandra Soldatova and multiple medalist of international tournaments Arina Averina – arrived in Baku Apr. 26 to participate in the
The PR department at United Airlines just can’t catch a break. It’s now emerged a rabbit predicted to become the biggest in the world has died aboard a transatlantic UA flight. Read Ful
Trade relations will not be easy-going after the US imposed 20 percent tariffs on Canadian lumber, warned Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland. Read Full Article at RT.com
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has begun its first ever dive between the rings of Saturn. The probe is expected to beam images back to earth when it resumes contact with mission control. Rea
Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and other terrorist groups are changing their tactics, moving fighters to Afghanistan, Yemen and Africa in order to set up a new large-scale terro
Belarus will be working for peace in Ukraine, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said as he visited the Chornobyl nuclear power plant on April 26, BelTA has learned.
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula said the R100 million police station which was planned for Muizenberg would not contribute to “radical transformation”.
Georgia will continue to be a friend and partner country of Romania, Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu said on Wednesday, pointing out that he wants the development of the cooperation between the two co
Tax officials have raided the grounds of two of English football’s biggest clubs as part of a fraud investigation. Several arrests were made. Read Full Article at RT.com
Justice Mojisola Olatoregun of a Federal High Court, Lagos, on Wednesday granted a fresh ex parte application ordering the forfeiture of $5.8M belonging to a former First Lady, Mrs Patience Jonathan.
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Burnley midfielder Joey Barton said he had effectively been forced into “early retirement” after being banned for 18 months over betting offences by England’s Football Association on
A British teenager has been jailed for masterminding a cyber-hacking business that carried out more than 1.7 million attacks on websites including Sony and Microsoft, wreaking havoc wor
The US and South Korean militaries have taken part in a combined firing drill as part of joint exercises amid increased tensions with Pyongyang. It comes just one day after the North la
Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour is the most popular party for younger British voters, with nearly half of all women under 40 and a third of men in the same age bracket coming out for the sociali
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has called historic the Wednesday's decision of the EU ambassadors to grant Ukrainians a visa-free travel across Europe, adding that the doors to Europe are no
Saudi Arabia very much appreciates Azerbaijan’s contribution to the agreement to reduce oil production, which was reached in December 2016 in Vienna.
The restructuring process is complicated by one of the creditors.
President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has today received a delegation led by Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Khalid Abdulaziz Al-Falih.
The weather forecast for the King’s Night festivities remains unsettled with the temperature dropping to around zero in many places....
Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers at today's meeting approved monetization of subsidy savings, which will affect approximately 1.5 million Ukrainian households, according to Ukraine's Prime M
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev viewed the newly reconstructed well in SOCAR's Bibiheybat field, the world`s first mechanically drilled oil facility Apr. 26.
For some 600 years, the great white oak looked over the people of Basking Ridge, New Jersey, and the people of Basking Ridge looked after the tree.
Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Kistion at a meeting with Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Energy Resources at the U.S. Department of State Mary Warlick has discussed f
Agriculture Minister Dejan Židan presented the government on Friday with initial estimates regarding last week's frost that has decimated crops in Slovenia, saying that the situation on the groun
French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen upstaged her rival Emmanuel Macron by making a surprise visit to an under-threat factory.
The inspection of the Public Procurement Office has not revealed any flaws, despite the criticism of former ministry employees.
On Wednesday, Sharapova will hold her first game following the 15-month suspension for meldonium use
The improvement in the services sector may bring several positive impacts.
Over a third of Europeans would be happy to abandon cash and rely on electronic payments if they could, according to a study by ING bank released on Wednesday. Read Full Article at RT.c