MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The first liftoff of Russia's new Soyuz-5 medium-lift launch vehicle, set to replace the Ukrainian-made Zenit launcher, from the Baikonur space centre is scheduled for the second half of 2022, the press service for the Russian State Space Corporation Roscosmos told Sputnik on Sunday.
OpenAI’s team of Dota 2 bots, which has beaten top players in the past, moved to face challengers on the internet – and has suddenly started to lose to teams of human players, who are learning how to exploit OpenAI Five’s weaknesses.
The Trump administration on Wednesday announced new measures over Cuba - lifting the ban on Title III - that will allow US citizens to file lawsuits over property confiscated by the Castro government in the 1959 revolution. Sputnik discussed the move with José Gabilondo, professor at the College of Law at Florida International University.
During his appearance on the Late Show to discuss the Tribeca Film Festival, Hollywood actor Robert De Niro called US President Donald Trump a 'total loser' and 'dumbbell', continuing attacks on the US leader and his policies that began during Trump’s 2016 campaign.
The Sudanese military ousted the country's long-time president on 11 April 2019 after months of protests by the country's citizens, demanding his resignation. The protests didn't cease after this, as citizens are now demanding that the military cede power to a civilian government.
US Gen-Xers entering middle age are increasingly subject to depression and despair often leading to suicide, according to a new study.
Earlier, France sent around 300 soldiers, five tanks, and 20 infantry fighting vehicles to a military base located near the Russian border with the Baltic States in a bid to boost NATO's presence in the region.
In 2017, Russia and Syria signed an agreement on locating a point of material and technical provision for the Russian Navy in Tartus for 49 years.