Sanders, who handily won Saturday’s Nevada caucuses, has solidified his position as the clear frontrunner among the Democrats running for president, with recent national polling showing him leading the pack by double digits.
On Sunday, local media reported that the Syrian air defence was responding to a batch of "hostile targets" coming from the Israeli-controlled Syrian Golan Heights. Syrian air defence troops earlier received orders to defend the country's airspace "by all available means".
Syrian forces completed the liberation of most of the areas in Aleppo province which had previously remained outside of Damascus’s control this month, taking dozens of villages north and west of the city of Aleppo, as well as strategic towns used by the terrorists for logistics and weapons smuggling.
On Friday, the Pentagon reported that it had staged a “mini-exercise” in which Russia dropped a low-yield nuke on a European NATO member. The drill followed a recent House Armed Services Committee hearing in which a senior Pentagon official said that the US needed a plan to be able to “fight and win” wars in a nuclear-contaminated environment.
On Saturday, Israeli media reported that Mossad chief Yossi Cohen and Maj. Gen. Herzl Halevi, head of the Israel Defence Force’s Southern Command, traveled to Doha to ask Qatar to continue funding Hamas, the Palestinian militant and political group which Tel Aviv formally classifies as a terrorist group.
Tyson Fury became heavyweight world champion in a brutal title rematch in Las Vegas on Saturday night, proving that he’s wilder than Wilder.
As the historian suggested, the hieroglyph featured in the document in question may be referring not to a particular pyramid but rather to a whole region.
Mike Hughes, the daredevil known for his DIY rockets, was the subject of an upcoming Science Channel show titled ‘Homemade Astronauts’. He aimed to become the first civilian ever to build and successfully launch a crewed spacecraft.