GANGNEUNG (Sputnik) - Russian figure skater Alina Zagitova set a new world record with the results she had received during the short program at the 2018 Winter Olympics on Wednesday.
Although urgent measures were promised by the Norwegian government following revelations of extreme cruelty against Somali-Norwegian children in so-called "Quran schools" in late 2017, the problem is far from solved, according to national broadcaster NRK.
The Italian right-wing coalition led by Silvio Berlusconi is winning public support ahead of the elections. Both the Five Star Movement and center-left Democratic Party tied for second place with 28%. Sputnik discussed this with Roberto D’Alimonte, a professor of political science at the LUISS university in Rome and a top expert in electoral laws.
Sputnik spoke to Mark O'Byrne, Executive and Research Director of Goldcore.com, an international precious metal bullion brokerage services platform, to find out the future of cryptocurrencies market and Bitcoin in particular.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Director of US National Intelligence Dan Coats said that the United States was working with Russia to gather intelligence on counterterrorism in an effort to ensure global security, even though Washington considered Moscow an opponent and disagreed with its policy in other areas.
While Iceland may soon become the first nation in Europe to ban the circumcision of boys, Norway's Child Ombudsperson Anne Lindboe has hailed Reykjavik's human rights commitment, venturing that Oslo may soon follow suit.
Attention! Your eyes are about to enter the bikini zone as American athletes’ revealing gear at the Winter Games in South Korea have made social media platforms explode.
Newly declassified documents have been released, revealing the covert relationship between Britain’s MI6 and former Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi, forged to track down Libyan dissidents and terrorists. Sputnik spoke to Libyan journalist Mustafa Fetouri to find out why the UK eventually turned on its one time counter-terror partner.
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