The development comes a day after the Tasnim News Agency reported that Iran would announce further steps towards scaling back its commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal amid a new set of US sanctions against Tehran.
Last week, an explosion was reported in the Dummar district of the country's capital Damascus. The blast at an ammunition depot led to a wildfire, but resulted in no casualties.
Tesla shareholders are not very fond of Elon Musk’s social media escapades, having repeatedly shown discontent over his spontaneous tweets having a lasting effect on the car firm’s stock price movements.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russia will reinforce its troops at the country's western border as a response to US plan to send additional troops to Poland, Vladimir Dzhabarov, the deputy chairman of the Russian upper house's foreign affairs committee said on Monday.
Prince Harry was largely considered the world’s most eligible bachelor before he decided to settle down and tied the knot with Meghan Markle, but now, a royal author claims that the US actress was not the only person he was dating at the start of their whirlwind romance.
In his latest clash with The New York Times, the US president once again slammed the “failing” outlet as “the enemy of the people” on Twitter and insisted that it committed “an act of treason” by publishing a story on alleged US cyber-attacks against the Russian grid.
In the aftermath of the First World War thousands of British, American and Canadian soldiers who had not yet been demobilised were stationed in England, some of them preparing to be sent to the occupied Rhineland.
Economists from the British Chambers of Commerce paint a bleak picture of UK economic growth and investment after a possible no-deal Brexit, while a KPMG survey of corporate CEOs reveals a high level of optimism spread across the UK's private sector.