The Russian Finance Ministry is not involved in creating Venezuela’s national cryptocurrency petro, any speculations on this issue are lies, Russian Foreign Ministry deputy spokesman Artyom Kozhin said Friday.
Russia’s Defense Ministry has summed up the results of a nationwide competition of suggested monikers for any of the three new weapon systems President Putin mentioned in his recent state-of the-nation address to parliament.
After the film about the Utøya drama orchestrated by Anders Breivik, the worst ever massacre in peacetime Norway, the Mental Health Helpline has seen a dramatic surge in calls from disturbed Norwegians.
EU leaders plan to discuss measures against Trump’s protectionist policies. According to an EU official, they will take into consideration accelerating free trade deals with Mexico, South America, Japan, Singapore and others willing to engage with them. Sputnik discussed this with Shino Takayama, Research Fellow at the University of Queensland.
Moscow decided to expel 23 UK diplomats as a response to a similar move by Britain after Prime Minister Theresa May blamed Russia for being "highly likely" behind the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal, a claim strongly denied by Moscow, which has repeatedly called on London to provide access to the case's materials.
The English football team is set to take precautionary measures to avoid poisoning at the World Cup held in Russia after the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal. The Sun reported that British football players will bring their own cooks. Sputnik discussed this with Dougie Brimson, best-selling author of books about football-related violence.
Once glorified as a Ukrainian hero, Nadezhda Savchenko is now being vilified as a “traitor.”
While local Muslims see it as a confirmation of being part of Swedish society, long-time residents launched a petition to prevent the construction in a quiet residential area as a countermeasure, but failed.
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