Russian President Vladimir Putin and new French President Emmanuel Macron will get acquainted and exchange views on the key problem issues, regional conflicts, during their first meeting in Paris May 29, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Tuesday.
Undoubtedly, the development of modern technologies is rapidly progressing. But expectations of any outstanding changes, like robots efficiently doing most of human jobs, is far from reality.
Berlin and Ankara are working on resolving the crisis around the Incirlik airbase after Turkey banned German lawmakers from visiting the base, German Ambassador to Turkey Martin Erdmann said Tuesday.
At least 22 people have been killed and 59 injured in a suicide bombing at a concert in Manchester, the UK's deadliest attack in a decade. Thousands the world over on social media expressed shock and despondency at the horror – but also hope. However, one prominent Muslim journalist was subject to abuse and accusation.
Of late, Europe has been beset with problems previously unbeknown or marginal. Like its Nordic peers, Finland is sounding the alarm over immigrant children's rights being trampled upon in their new home country. The worst-case scenario involves forced marriage and genital mutilation, and the scope of the problem remains unknown.
Daesh has relocated its headquarters from the northern Iraqi city of Mosul to the town of Hawija in the province of Kirkuk.
Thousands of British and Dutch football fans are arriving in Stockholm ahead of Wednesday (May 24) night's Europa League final between Manchester United and Ajax of Amsterdam. Security at the Friends Arena is expected to be stepped up after Monday (May 22) night's suicide bomb attack in Manchester.
The last group of militants and their family members withdrew from the district of Al Waer in Syria's Homs within some 24 hours on Monday, a Sputnik correspondent reported from the city.
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