Xherdan Shaqiri’s stoppage-time goal gave Switzerland a vital 2-1 win against Serbia on Kaliningrad Stadium. The Swiss are now on four points and a victory against bottom side Costa Rica on June 27 will put them through to the round of 16.
Former Democratic US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton slammed Russian President Vladimir Putin as a leader of a movement that seeks to break up the EU. The comment comes despite Moscow’s numerous statements that Russia wants to see the EU become a strong and independent partner.
A memorial to Operation Desert Storm, also known as the Gulf War, or First Iraq War in the United States, will be built on the National Mall in Washington, DC, after a federal commission ended a years-long debate.
The Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria reported that the first large group of Free Syrian Army militants had sided with the Syrian government forces in the Southern deescalation zone.
The US military will "indefinitely suspend" two marine exchange programs with the South Korean military that have been scheduled to take place and involve training exercises. The move appears to be yet another indication of warming relations between North Korea, South Korea and the US.
A member of a Oregon’s national guard was punished writing on Facebook that immigrant children separated from their parents in temporary detention centers should feel “lucky we aren’t executing them.”
Elon Musk’s SpaceX just won a major $130 million contract to launch a US Air Force satellite into orbit, the military branch announced Friday.
To upload a photo from Moscow’s Red Square or the Bolshoi Theater is a must for any foreign tourist visiting the capital. However, these days, with the World Cup in full swing, Moscow’s guests are getting to know the city from a more up close and personal angle, and they are loving it.
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