A massive blast rocked the Afghan capital Kabul early Monday. At least two people were killed and 6 injured, Health Ministry ascited by local media, with the death toll expected to rise.
The devastation in Mosul and Aleppo are comparable, Professor Seyed Mohammad Marandi told RT, and yet the Western media only choose to highlight the suffering in the Syrian province and downplays the plight of those in the Iraqi city.
Crimea’s reunification with Russia is an “organic” process, Serbian movie director, Emir Kusturica, told journalists in Yalta, saying, that those living on the Peninsula do not need approval from abroad to build their lives as part of Russia.
The international MAKS 2017 Air Show has concluded in Zhukovsky, just outside Moscow. RT highlights the most stunning moments of the six-day event which included breath taking flight performances and racing duels between planes and cars.
The scandal around the US officials allegedly colluding with the Russian government has been “overblown” and serves to “to take the president off his agenda,” Donald Trump’s new communications director, Anthony Scaramucci has said.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has hit out at George Soros and the European Union as the statesman’s war of words with the Hungarian-American billionaire continues to escalate.
At least one person has been killed and two others injured in a shooting incident at the Israeli embassy complex in Jordan.
Iran and Iraq have sealed an agreement to boost military cooperation and to battle against “terrorism and extremism”, Iranian media has reported.
A molecule previously used as an antibiotic could be key in combating the effects of the Zika virus, according to new research from a Spanish university.
The Arab League has warned Israel about crossing “a red line” in the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict over the sacred city of Jerusalem.
A correspondent for Sputnik’s Arab news desk, Sara Nureddin, has come under fire in western Mosul. An Iraqi soldier accompanying her received five gunshot wounds.
Ankara procuring the advanced S-400 anti-missile system from Russia would become a matter of concern for Washington, Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Dunford said, dismissing reports of the purchase as “incorrect.” Read Full Article at RT.com
A 16-year-old German girl, who went missing a year ago after converting to Islam, has been identified among those captured by the Iraqi military last week, a prosecutor confirmed.
Planes meet sport cars on the second day of races at the MAKS 2017 Air Show outside Moscow. The first day of the competition ended in a tie.
The popularity of French President Emmanuel Macron has tumbled by 10 percent since he came to power, a new survey shows.
A disabled man who spent almost three weeks behind bars told RT about his time in jail, how his family reacted to his freedom, and how he managed to run a night club from a wheelchair.
More than 100 refugee minors remain missing after being smuggled into the UK illegally from France during the last 12 months, the Independent has learned, warning of potential sexual abuse of children by their smugglers.
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Brussels has urged US lawmakers to coordinate their anti-Russia actions with European partners, as Washington steams ahead with a new bill to expand sanctions against Moscow.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has ordered police officers to shoot drug dealers in the country if they attempt to resist arrest, drawing immediate comparisons with his Filipino counterpart, Rodrigo Duterte.