In July 2014, British police acknowledged undercover officers from the top secret Special Demonstration Squad had spied on 18 campaign groups - bereaved families and friends of deceased individuals seeking justice and truth in exceptional cases. Sputnik looks at some pivotal cases subject to intense police spying.
Arsenal's French manager Arsène Wenger has announced he is to leave the club at the end of this season after 22 years at the helm. Sputnik looks back at some of the best players he brought to the club and some of his most triumphant moments.
Footage has emerged on the internet showing a re-enlistment ceremony of Master Sergeant Robin Brown from the Tennessee Air National Guard who recited her oath in a very surprising fashion.
Russian servicemen have found more evidence of military poisonous substances being manufactured by Jaish al-Islam terrorists in the Syrian town of Douma, where on April 7 a false flag attack took place, serving as a pretext for the US and its allies to blame the government and strike the country.
Nightlife in the Russian capital may soon take on a new variety with the upcoming opening of the first legal sexbot brothel in the country.
US President Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to hit out at the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) – the world's largest oil cartel – for interfering in the natural movement and fluctuations of world oil prices.
A US-led coalition was assembled and carried out strikes against Syria earlier this month in response to an alleged chemical attack on the city of Douma. Damascus and Moscow have denied any involvement in the incident, and are working with investigators from the OPCW to determine if chemical weapons were indeed used.
The Australian Defense Department has declined to comment on the "operational details" of its three warships, which recently traveled to Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City via the disputed areas in the South China Sea.
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