The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has reclassified net neutrality from Title II to Title I of the Communications Act of 1934, slashing regulations on what Internet Service Providers (ISP) can do regarding internet speed.
A relative of an Argentinian sailor serving aboard the ARA San Juan submarine that went missing last month claims that the submersible was apparently shadowed by a British helicopter days before its mysterious disappearance.
German SPD party leader Martin Schulz's talk of a European federalist constitutional treaty sparked an uproar of dissent and criticism within the European Union, especially from its Eastern European members. Speaking to Sputnik, Czech politician Premysl Votava outlined what he said was so dangerous about Schulz's proposal.
Thursday's marathon press conference with the Russian president wasn't just serious business. Sputnik collected the top half-dozen most imaginative, curious, and hilarious moments from the event. Take a look!
Much to the Internet’s users’ amusement, the elderly lady didn’t know what was inside those pretty purple baubles she bought in a local shop.
Indonesia’s highest judicial body narrowly ruled against outlawing homosexual relations in the country, stating that it’s not the court’s role to criminalize private behavior.
The Ukrainian general prosecutor's office has accused Ex-Georgian president-turned Ukrainian street politician Mikheil Saakashvili of attempting to stage a coup d'état in Kiev, and said that the politician fell short of just $210,000 US in funds to carry it out. The politician appeared to admit that this was true, live on Ukrainian television.
Several Conservative MPs rebelled against the UK government in a crucial vote on Brexit in parliament. While the country's leaders claim they can and will now deliver Brexit, more potentially bruising parliamentary battles lie ahead - and public appetite for the move could be ever-depleting.
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