New Delhi (Sputnik): US President Donald Trump's move to back out of talks with the Taliban is a mistake, according to former Indian diplomats and security experts on Monday.
The Taliban warned on Sunday that more Americans will die after US President Donald Trump cancelled secret peace talks with the group’s leaders over the weekend.
Facebook Dating has officially launched in the US, with the company promising to “make it easier to find love”. But the Silicon Valley giant’s unreliable track record keeping user data safe will make many think twice before setting up a ‘dating’ profile and sharing their intimate details with Facebook.
The upper chamber of the UK parliament, the House of Lords, on Friday approved a bill that would force Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ask the European Union for a Brexit deadline delay. Anshu Srivastava, a member of The Full Brexit group, has weighed up the UK government's options to break the Brexit deadlock.
As European states appear to be caught by the US-China fight over Huawei, The French telecom company Iliad has announced it had picked Nokia for the expansion of its 5G network in France in a step that the Finnish national broadcaster dubbed a “market turning point”.
Former Prime Minister of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe has passed away at the age of ninety five two years after he was removed from office in a military coup, which brought an end to his nearly four-decade reign as leader of the African nation.
The British Parliament's House of Lords has backed a bill that stops a no-deal Brexit and obliges Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ask to delay London’s departure from the European Union for another three months in the event that lawmakers fail to approve a new “divorce” agreement with Brussels by 19 October.
The Commissioner in charge of legal cannabis sales in Massachusetts has said Britain should follow her state’s example of recruiting ex-drug dealers and people from communities involved in what was once the underground market for marijuana. Ian Hamilton, Researcher in the Department of Health Sciences has commented on the recent developments around the UK withdrawal agreement and the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.
Hurricane Dorian, which hit the Bahamas on 1 September with 185 mph winds, has technically diminished from a Category 5 to a Category 1 hurricane, before moving away northeast towards North Carolina on Friday. After assessing the results of the hurricane, analysts have been looking at ways to cope with similar climate disasters.
Former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, 95, passed away at Singapore’s Gleneagles Hospital on Friday. Though Mugabe was removed from office in November 2017, his death has reignited conversations about his legacy and once again thrust Zimbabwe’s future into the global spotlight.
While US President Donald Trump touts a “50-year low” 3.7% US unemployment rate, the statistic excludes millions of part-time and temporary workers, giving a false impression of the country’s economic well-being. The real unemployment rate is at least triple the Department of Labor’s calculations, an economics professor told Sputnik.
Although the IG Horowitz report did not find evidence that ex-FBI Director James Comey leaked any classified information about his talks with Donald Trump to the press, there is a big chance that upcoming exposures concerning the FBI's targeting of Trump's campaign may hit the ex-FBI chief and other top officials, Charles Ortel believes.
On 4-6 September 2019, the Russian port city of Vladivostok is hosting two major regional events, namely the East Economic Forum (EEF) 2019 and the 20th jubilee India-Russia annual summit. Indian observers have looked at the decades-long India-Russian partnership, and expect more to come in terms of economic collaboration.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was reportedly considering striking Iranian nuclear objects during former US President Barack Obama's times but had failed as the security cabinet hadn't supported the idea.
A federal judge in the Eastern District of Virginia ruled Wednesday that the federal terrorism watchlist, also known as the Terrorist Screening Database, violates the constitutional rights of the US citizens recorded on it. A journalist placed on the list told Sputnik it was impossible to reverse.
A US federal court on Wednesday found Greg Craig, a prominent Washington lawyer who served as an adviser to former President Barack Obama, not guilty of hiding facts from the US Justice Department (DOJ). The first prominent Democrat indicted due to Mueller investigation, Craig’s acquittal is a “setback” for Russiagate, a journalist told Sputnik.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The terms of the so-called peace agreement US and Taliban officials recently struck in Doha will not change the military or political conditions on the ground inside Afghanistan in any meaningful way, analysts stated.
A bill that could prevent a no deal Brexit is set to make it through the House of Lords by the end of the week. The document stipulates that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will have until the 19th of October to get either a revamped Brexit agreement, or no deal departure from the EU approved in parliament.
The Prime Ministers major defeats on Tuesday and Wednesday come as tens of protests have taken place across the country, including metropolitan cities like Manchester, Edinburgh, Cardiff and others to remain in the EU or separate from London, ushering a new period of political uncertainty over Britain's future.
Alexis Delaroff, the CEO of Accor New East Europe, told how Accor brands work in Russia, the Far East Region, and explained how the digitalisation influenced the hotel business.