For seemingly the umpteenth time, the latest issue of Time magazine features an image of Russian President Vladimir Putin, with the cover story yet again devoted to the Kremlin's dastardly plot to 'hack the US election'. RIA Novosti contributor Igor Pshenichnikov says America's corporate media appears to have become the victims of its own agitprop.
The number of Christians in Germany decreased dramatically in 2016, largely driven by demographic changes, the German press reports.
Siemens' decision to discontinue its contracts with Russian partners on the delivery of equipment for electric power stations is only good news for Russia's power plant builders, Russian political scientist Sergey Mikheev said.
The liquidation of Ukraine's State Sanitary and Epidemiological Service has seriously affected Ukrainians' health, with cases of food poisoning and botulism seeing a sharp rise. Speaking to Sputnik, Ukrainian politics expert Roman Manekin warned that a bad situation threatens to turn into a catastrophe.
In their supporting of the Syrian Kurds, Americans first and foremost want to gain a foothold in the region, retired Turkish Major-General Armagan Kuloglu said in an interview with Sputnik.
A young (underage, in fact) drinker in New York City woke up to an especially nasty hangover Friday morning, when after a few too many cocktails she woke up not fully clothed in her own bed, but on a bar bathroom floor.
The first stage of Joint Sea-2017 Russian-Chinese joint naval exercises kicked off in the Baltic Sea Friday. NATO officials said they would 'closely monitor' the drills. Experts told Sputnik that Russia and China have the right to carry out drills wherever their national interests demand it, so long as they are in accordance with international law.
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