On Sunday, New York-based ABC News broadcast a video allegedly showing a Syrian border town being bombed by the Turkish military, which later appeared to be footage from a nighttime machine gun demonstration in Kentucky.
The judge ruled that the 30-year-old man, who was born in Sudan and was granted asylum in Britain in 2010, acted with a terrorist motive. The defendant, however, claims that he got lost.
Beijing and Washington have gotten closer to signing a partial trade agreement, says Tom McGregor, Beijing-based author and senior editor for China's national broadcaster CCTV. He explains why he does not anticipate new bumps in the road for the US-China trade talks.
The photograph of a steak made from horse meat has admittedly made Norwegian Pia into “the world's most hated teenager”. Still, she has no regrets and maintains she did the right thing for the environment.
BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - Russia's Rosatom is discussing a project of a floating low-power nuclear power plant (NPP) with Brazil for the shelf extraction of commercial minerals, Evgeny Pakermanov, the head of Rusatom Overseas (part of Rosatom), stated.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi says US sanctions against Turkish officials and entities will do little to improve the situation in northern Syria, where Turkey has launched an operation having received a "green light" from US President Donald Trump.
Earlier this month, the Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK) founded by Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny was included in the foreign agents' list after Russian police searched the apartments of regional coordinators and activists linked with the organisation.
Ilter Turan, professor of international relations at Istanbul Bilgi University in Turkey and President of the International Political Science Association expressed his opinion about US President Donald Trump’s plan to impose sanctions on Turkey.