Approved by Washington, Quito’s decision to roll back austerity cuts to fuel subsidies in the wake of massive protests led by indigenous people could be an attempt to do nothing more than weaken a growing revolutionary movement in Ecuador, an expert told Sputnik Tuesday.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian President Vladimir Putin in phone talks on Tuesday invited Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to visit Russia, the Kremlin press service said.
US defense contractor Lockheed Martin is testing a new exoskeleton that aims to make mountain climbing an effortless feat for US soldiers. The Pentagon hopes to have the system on the battlefield next year, following feedback from the testing soldiers.
A woman in France died and another was severely injured after a fair ride malfunctioned on Monday during a town’s annual “funfair.”
A third of 2,000 surveyed American adults have ended a relationship due to conflicts over chores, a new poll reveals.
Andrew Cuomo, who has served as the Democratic Governor of New York since 2011, has recently been working to honour Mother Cabrini for her work in helping the Italian immigrant community.
Clashes between the Kurdish militia and the Turkish forces have been occurring for almost a week, while at least 260 US troops have reportedly left the area. In the meantime, the Syrian military has boosted its presence in the region, recapturing the city of Manbij.
On Tuesday, Russia’s commander-in-chief began his visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which is dedicated to a variety of issues ranging from affairs in the Middle East to boosting business cooperation. The reception that the hosts offered him in Abu Dhabi has given a new meaning to the word “welcome”.