Syrian government forces have repeatedly reported of finding caches with militants' weapons produced in NATO member-states, as well as Israel.
Israel’s victory in the Eurovision final on May 12 has been mirrored not only online, but by official mass media outlets, and a number of parallels have most naturally been drawn with the nation’s latest moves in the Gaza standoff.
Philip Breedlove, the hawkish Obama-era NATO supreme allied commander who once called Russia an "existential threat to the West," has told a Polish newspaper that the alliance's members must be ready to respond to the Russian "threat," but not necessarily through direct military conflict.
US Vice President Michael Pence announced that Washington would not make any concessions unless North Korea initiates verifiable and irreversible denuclearization.
While the EU is paving the way for tanks in Europe, preparing infrastructure, Germany is arming itself with the newest А7V modification for the Leopard 2, advertised by the producer as the world's most powerful main battle tank.
Venture Global's Calcasieu Pass export facility in Louisiana is due to start operating in 2022, when a total of 6 million metric tons of the company's LNG will be bought by Royal Dutch Shell, Italy's Edison and Portugal's Galp.
Former Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori said that during his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin a couple of years ago, he had recalled that there is no peace treaty between Moscow and Tokyo, which is why Russia is not obliged to render any kind of assistance to Japan.
Saudi artist Donya al Saleh has asserted in an interview with Sputnik that the Gulf country has witnessed tremendous cultural changes in the past decade. She says the kingdom is becoming increasingly open and it welcomes emigrants to return to their home country, which now at long last boasts of “freedom.”
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