SOCHI (Sputnik) - Russian President Vladimir Putin informed Syrian President Bashar Assad in a phone call about the provisions of the Russia-Turkey memorandum of understanding on actions in Syria following talks with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
The explosion occurred after two unidentified men played with and mishandled what appeared to be a hand grenade, according to witnesses.
US Air Force officials confirmed Tuesday that part of an MC-130 special mission aircraft that was found to be detached during an inspection on Friday has been found on a US military installation in Japan.
US Military Academy officials are looking for cadet Kade Kurita, 20, who disappeared from the academy at West Point in New York on Friday with an M4 carbine assault rifle.
Brussels and London struck a Brexit agreement on Thursday, with the bloc making the necessary preparations to ratify the accord. Both sides, however, still consider the risk of a no-deal scenario to be high, especially after House of Commons Speaker John Bercow rejected the government's motion for a new Brexit vote in Parliament on Monday.
Four people have died after contracting Legionnaires’ disease at a state fair that took place between September 6 and 15 in Fletcher, North Carolina.
As anti-government protests persist in Hong Kong and foreign lawmakers push back against the exports of crowd-control supplies, the city’s police force recently tapped into a new and reportedly stronger supply source from mainland China.
Chilean authorities on Monday said that they will impose a curfew in the coastal provinces of Valparaiso and Concepcion in response to mass protests against the government imposing transportation fees that increase of the cost of living, local media reported.