MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov refutes US President Joe Biden's claims about Russia's alleged intention to interfere in the 2022 Congress elections via spreading disinformation.
Russian businessman Roman Abramovich is suing author Catherine Belton and her publisher Harper Collins over a book in which she claims he bought Chelsea Football Club on the orders of the Kremlin. Ms Belton is a former Financial Times correspondent in Moscow.
A woman from Roselle Park, a town in New Jersey, has been at loggerheads with local Democratic authorities after she put up some telling signs on her mother’s fence. The banners featured phrases like ‘Joe Biden S***s’ and ‘F*** Biden Not My President’.
The Russian Aerospace Forces is known to occasionally send missile-carrying strategic bombers on patrols in neutral waters near Alaska, with the Pentagon maintaining a large garrison in the northernmost US-state.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, Finance Minister Avigdor Liberman, and Defense Minister Benny Gantz agreed on a 58 billion Israeli shekel ($17.8 billion) defenсe establishment budget for 2022, the prime minister's office said on 28 July.
On 21 June, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan made waves by saying that men, unlike robots, will be affected by what a woman is wearing. He said it during an interview with US-based news publication Axios while talking about the issue of spike in rape cases in his country.
Both Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky debuted at the Olympics as 15-year-olds. But the Americans were not the youngest athletes to appear in the quadrennial mega-event, nor were they the youngest medal winners at the Games. A 10-year old Greek gymnast named Dimitrios Loundras was the youngest person to have ever participated in the Olympics (1896).
According to the plan proposed by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, 200,000 new vaccine doses will be delivered to Israel on 1 August. That batch will only be given to the elderly, and there are fears that the country will be drawn into another crisis if the jabs are not supplied on time.