On Friday, the UK and France and Germany announced that sanctions relief for Iran will continue past September 20.
During his interview with Sputnik, Russia's top diplomat has weighed in on a wide array of subjects that define the state of international affairs on a global scale at the moment - from tense presidential campaign in the US, to security in the turbulent Persian Gulf and the tumultuous relations between Russia and the US and the European powers.
Under a new law signed by the governor of Nigeria’s Kaduna state, those convicted of rape will now be surgically castrated or face bilateral salpingectomy, the removal of the Fallopian tubes.
The US Navy is embarking on an ambitious, three-year plan to restore its air training program after a spate of safety and technical issues has left the service short by some 90 fighter pilots from its goal number.
A Tesla owner in Canada’s Alberta province has been charged with speeding and dangerous driving after he set his car to Autopilot and took a nap while traveling at speeds of 93 mph, authorities said.
Failure to pass a short-term spending bill by the end of the month will lead to a partial shutdown of the federal government on 1 October, as current government funding runs out after 30 September, the end of the federal fiscal year.
In yet another lawsuit, Facebook is now being accused of allegedly spying on Instagram users through the cameras on their mobile phones.
The number of COVID-19 cases that have been confirmed worldwide has surpassed 30 million, according to Baltimore, Maryland's Johns Hopkins University, which tracks and compiles data from national and local authorities, the media and other sources.