Nuclear physicist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who headed Iran's research and innovation centre, was assassinated on Friday in a gun and bomb attack in Absard, a town located some 175 km to the east of Tehran.
Donald Trump's campaign and family have been maintaining that America's presidential elections have been rigged, while filing a number of lawsuits across the country to dispute the results. On Saturday morning, the President took to Twitter to claim that more than 1 million votes in Pennsylvania cast for Biden were created “out of thin air”.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A member of the US Air Force has died in a non-combat incident in the United Arab Emirates, the US Defense Department announced in a statement.
On Friday, Fakhrizadeh, an Iranian nuclear physicist and the head of the Iranian Defense Ministry's innovation center, was killed in a gunmen attack in the town of Absard in the Tehran region, which caused outrage and condemnation in the middle east.
The Russian military aircraft operating near the British border did not violate the UK's airspace but the Royal Air Force (RAF) said that they could create a "hazard" by causing civilian airlines to change routes in order to avoid flying to close to the aircraft.
LONDON (Sputnik) - More than 60 people have been detained in the UK capital during a protest against the government's coronavirus-related lockdown measures, London's Metropolitan Police Service said on Saturday.
Changing the occupant of the White House will not affect Washington's major strategy towards Turkey and the Middle East in general, say Turkish observers, explaining why Ankara can no longer be reliant on the US and its model of democracy.
An interview between Princess Diana and BBC interviewer Martin Bashir caused a furore among the British public back in 1995 by revealing intimate details about her marriage to Prince Charles and his infidelity. The interview was watched by nearly 23 million viewers throughout the country.