The Israeli-Turkish diplomatic standoff shows no signs of stopping, even more so as Israel is set to initiate a controversial debate in its parliament.
The Eurovision Song Contest is no stranger to controversies caused by the politics behind the singing. Throughout the years the competition has fallen prey prey to international bickering and attempts to push forward a charged agenda.
Recently, Moscow has made a decision to speed up the delivery of S-400 to Turkey as Ankara expressed willingness to purchase these missile defense systems. Meanwhile, Washington has repeatedly argued that Turkey's acquisition of S-400 from Russia is not in line with NATO's interests.
In a recent case involving the much controversial extraterritorial reach of US policies, hundreds of people may lose their jobs if one of BP’s oil fields is shut down.
Ex-FBI chief James Comey insisted that it is essential for the agency to use informants in order to protect the United States, calling out Trump for criticizing the organization’s methods.
Web developers or online editors of the US news portal The Daily Beast might want to think about getting their, well, act together, unless placing an online article under the tab that spells a rather unpleasant word in Russian is the new way of promoting news content.
The US government's effort to ban Kaspersky Lab, the Russian security software protecting its networks from malicious viruses, seems to have hit a major snag.
A British military retiree had allegedly terrorized the residents of a French town, living in a forest nearby, where he fled from a trial concerning 40 robberies. The guerilla outlaw settled with comfort in a concealed tent, using his military training.
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