American media has recently changed its narrative while covering the situation in Aleppo, Professor Stephen F. Cohen highlighted. In the blink of an eye, al-Qaeda-inspired jihadists in eastern Aleppo have turned into "rebels," while Moscow and Damascus have become "war criminals" in the eyes of Washington.
An unknown person dressed up as a clown and armed with a plunger attacked a passing car in St. Petersburg. However, the driver reacted like a boss!
Iranian-US friendship marks its 61st anniversary this year. However, for one party this friendship is quite burdensome. At least, so it is seems to be for the Islamic Republic as Tehran intends to file a lawsuit against Washington's failure to comply with the provisions of the 1955 US-Iran Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations and Consular Rights.
The US intelligence community’s recent charges that the Russian government was responsible for hacks against Democratic Party targets were primarily intended to inform American voters, US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told a forum of intelligence professionals on Thursday.
US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton received debate questions ahead of the campaign's third and final debate on Wednesday night, Republican rival Donald Trump claimed in a Twitter message.
RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan denied on Thursday media reports that the broadcaster’s accounts had been blocked because of anti-Russian sanctions.
Slovakian automotive company Aeromobil recently announced its plans to start taking orders for flying cars in 2017. The firm also disclosed the price for the wonder-vehicle – it will cost around 200 thousand euro. Find out what other flying cars could give Aeromobil a run for their money.
India has signed many defense deals with Russia despite a strong financial crunch. Out of its deals it has accorded top priority to the purchase of the S-400 which it expects to be signed by the beginning of the next financial year.
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