The US has spent $2.8 trillion on counterterrorism since the September 11 attack, a new report by the Stimson Center has found. The report is the first of its kind to attempt to accurately account for spending in this field.
The US Air Force is stationing MQ-9 Reaper drones at Greece’s Larisa Air Force Base, the first time the unmanned aerial vehicles will be making a home there, it was reported Thursday.
Seemingly ignoring recent German media criticism that his bouquet for German Chancellor Angela Merkel was an "insulting" act of "macho dominance," Russian President Vladimir Putin did it again, this time giving Emmanuel Macron's better half an arrangement of pink and yellow flowers.
Viktoria Skripal has expressed concerns that her cousin Yulia's first public testimony since her poisoning may have been made under duress. Political observer Igor Shatrov isn't so sure and says there's one moment in her statement which completely undermines London's claims about Moscow being responsible for the poisoning of Yulia and her father.
Stunning Sol Perez has sent her fans into a flurry of excitement by posting a new cheeky clip with an obvious reference to the "Baywatch" series.
Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein is going to turn himself in to New York City police on Friday to face sex abuse charges, sources familiar with the case revealed Thursday.
The Eurovision Song Contest’s official Facebook page has warned fans to withhold buying tickets for the 2019 event set to take place in Israel. Cnaan Liphshiz, a Europe correspondent for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, gave his take on the move in an interview to Sputnik.
RIA Novosti Ukraine and Sputnik have been added to Kiev's sanctions list and blocked in the country. The Russian Foreign Ministry expressed its "outrage" over the decision, calling it an "act of political censorship." Speaking to Sputnik, Soviet-born Swedish journalist Israel Shamir said the move reminded him of something he'd experienced before.
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