WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The United States may consider sending thousands of more American troops to the Middle East as tensions rise with Iran, media reported on Wednesday.
A US federal judge declined Wednesday to preliminarily enjoin a congressional subpoena for US President Donald Trump's financial records, ruling that Deutsche Bank was free to comply with the demand.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe or Abe Shinzo?
BERLIN (Sputnik) - Germany wants Turkey to cancel its deal to purchase S-400 surface-to-air missile defence systems from Russia, as the agreement contradicts the interests of Ankara's partners in NATO, and instead opt for buying the US-made Patriot system, cabinet spokesman Steffan Seibert said Wednesday.
With two pilot episodes now available for online watching, some netizens have rushed to express joy at cancelling their television licence, with many arguing that the “embarrassing” Putin show, set to be broadcast by BBC, is sufficient grounds for them to ditch television and the British broadcaster altogether.
For the second time in a month, a dolphin washed ashore in Florida with plastic in its stomach. This time, biologists were stunned to retrieve a 24-inch hose from the esophagus and forestomach of the marine mammal.
The reports come just a few weeks after the United States deployed an aircraft carrier strike group and a bomber task force to the Persian Gulf in what White House National Security Adviser John Bolton described as a "clear and unmistakable message" to Iran.
The stars and stripes are at the center of a polarizing legal fight between an RV dealership and a North Carolina city council due to the flag’s size and proximity to the highway.