Sputnik has obtained amateur footage of the quiet movement of US military convoys along Czech and Slovak roads, with the transfers receiving no coverage from local or foreign media.
At least four different women have already been to Storstrøm Prison and visited Peter Madsen, the Danish tabloid daily BT reported. To top it off, a female prison worker recently resigned over initiating a relationship with the notorious "submarine killer," who is serving a life sentence.
While the Greens and anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany party are celebrating their breakthrough in the Bavarian regional election, the conservative sister party of Angela Merkel’s CDU and the Social Democrats are reflecting on their poor performance, which some interpret as an omen for Germany's governing parties and the Chancellor herself.
Commenting on Washington's attempts to alienate Iranian companies' ownership by freezing Iranian funds in US bank accounts, lawyer Maryam Jelalvand from Tehran University told Sputnik that the main problem pertains to the US continuing to act with impunity on the global stage.
It emerged earlier this month that Moscow had supplied S-300 air defense systems to Syria, raising concerns in Israel and the United States. The move followed the accidental downing of a Russian Il-20 surveillance aircraft on September 20.
The statement of Iran's foreign ministry comes following reports by the Turkish newspaper Sözcü earlier in the day that a suicide attacker was inside the Iranian embassy in Ankara.
In order to make criminals think twice before pulling the trigger, the Swedish Police Authority together with the City of Malmö and the Swedish Prison and Probation Service have presented a new project called "Stop Shooting," prompting the mockery of fellow Swedes.
Earlier, a spokesperson for UK Prime Minister Theresa May said that she would never agree to a Brexit backstop plan that would "trap" Britain in a customs union with Brussels permanently, adding that the arrangements must be made on a temporary basis.
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