• Cancer cells
    Last update: 19:23 05.07.2019
    19:23 05.07.2019

    Expert on Cancer: 'Traditional Old-Fashioned Chemotherapies Don't Really Work in This Context'

    After conducting a small study, the University of Surrey, have discovered that a strain of the common cold virus can infect and kill bladder cancer cells.

  • Flags of Russia, EU, France and coat of arms of Nice on the city's promenade
    Last update: 15:04 05.07.2019
    15:04 05.07.2019

    If Major EU Companies Ask to Lift Anti-Russia Sanctions, Politicians May Listen – Lega

    GENOA (Sputnik) - If major European companies asked for the relief of anti-Russian sanctions, this could lead to the change of the political landscape convincing more countries to work to lift the restrictions, an Italian politician representing Lega party, Gianluca Savoini, told Sputnik.

  • A general view shows the skyline of a central business district in Beijing
    Last update: 06:36 05.07.2019
    06:36 05.07.2019

    Bid for Truce in Trade War? China Opens Finance, High Tech to Foreign Investment - Pundit

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the opening of the Summer Davos in Dalian said that China would lift restrictions on the share of foreign investment in the financial sector a year earlier, by 2020. Liberalisation will affect broker companies, funds, as well as companies operating in futures markets.

  • Boris Johnson, a leadership candidate for Britain's Conservative Party, attends a hustings event in Bournemouth, Britain, June 27, 2019
    Last update: 20:04 04.07.2019
    20:04 04.07.2019

    'The Best Way for Brexit to Happen is to Get Boris Johnson as Prime Minister' - Commentator

    Prime Ministerial candidates Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt have revealed further details of the policies they would pursue, should they win the upcoming postal vote. But just who will come out on top?

  • Trump meets with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the DMZ on the border of North and South Korea
    Last update: 19:56 04.07.2019
    19:56 04.07.2019

    US-North Korea Talks: Hawks in Trump Administration Seem to Have the Upper Hand - Academic

    The North Korean government has accused the US administration of being obsessed with sanctions, despite the fact that the two nations agreed to resume denuclearisation talks earlier this week.

  • German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen gives a statement to the media prior she faces the defense commission of the lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin, Germany May 10, 2017.
    Last update: 14:50 04.07.2019
    14:50 04.07.2019

    'Von der Leyen's Nomination is Obviously Result of Backroom Deal Orchestrated by Merkel' - Prof

    The European Council appointed German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen as a candidate for president of the European Commission on 2 June. Former SPD leader Sigmar Gabriel slammed the decision, describing it as an "unprecedented act of political trickery".

  • Chinese President Xi Jinping, left, shakes hands with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
    Last update: 04:59 04.07.2019
    04:59 04.07.2019

    New Geopolitical 'Game'? Pundits Point to Possible Reason Behind Recent Erdogan-Xi Meeting

    Turkey and Malaysia, both two large Muslim countries almost simultaneously gave a signal to the United States and other Western countries that they do not intend to play against China in the Xinjiang issue.

  • An Iranian technician works at the Isfahan Uranium Conversion Facilities (UCF), 420 kms south of Tehran, 03 February 2007
    Last update: 03:49 04.07.2019
    03:49 04.07.2019

    US Intelligence Has ‘Muffed’ Proof on Iran’s Alleged WMD Programs for Decades

    Gareth Porter, a historian, investigative journalist, and analyst specializing in US national security policy, told Radio Sputnik’s Loud & Clear that the US’ claim that Iran had a nuclear weapons program is based on false ideas bolstered by the US intelligence community and that China is unlikely to succumb to the US’ anti-Iran campaign.

  • Troops march over the Memorial Bridge in Washington, D.C., as they head towards the Pentagon during the National Victory Day Parade on Saturday, June 8, 1991
    Last update: 03:16 04.07.2019
    03:16 04.07.2019

    ‘The President We Deserve’: Trump’s July 4 Show of Military Force Reflects US’ Sordid Origins

    US President Donald Trump has yet to release the complete details of his military-centric Fourth of July event, but those against him are denouncing the move, claiming the president is being more self-serving than patriotic. History, however, may beg to differ.

  • Last update: 01:57 04.07.2019
    01:57 04.07.2019

    Ten Years After Anti-Zelaya Coup, Honduras is a ‘Vast Neoliberal Laboratory’ Key to US Imperialism

    Friday was the 10-year anniversary of the 2009 coup d’etat that ousted Honduras’ left-wing, democratically-elected president, Manuel Zelaya. Mass demonstrations preceded the day, and journalist Max Blumenthal told Sputnik the Honduran people haven’t given up hope on Zelaya’s popular vision.

  • A Boeing B-52 Stratofortress, tail number 58-0171, nicknamed Lil Peach II is seen chopped up per the New START Treaty (Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty) with Russia, at the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group boneyard at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Ariz
    Last update: 00:59 04.07.2019
    00:59 04.07.2019

    Russia, US Should Focus on Extending New START Treaty as Hopes for Reviving INF Lost - Analysts

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Since the possibilities for Russia and the United States to reach a consensus on the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty have been exhausted, the two countries must concentrate on finding common ground for extending the New START (Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty), experts said.

  • Last update: 21:16 03.07.2019
    21:16 03.07.2019

    Overtourism is Becoming a Huge Problem for Many Cities - Expert

    Edinburgh has been named along with Amsterdam, Rome, Venice and Barcelona as among the world's most over-run tourist destinations. The list also includes the Taj Mahal in India, the Peruvian citadel of Machu Picchu, Dubrovnik in Croatia, and Iceland, all cited as famous destinations "that can no longer cope with their own popularity".

  • Protesters rally against delay of the Brexit process in London, UK on 29 March 2019
    Last update: 19:56 03.07.2019
    19:56 03.07.2019

    Brexit ‘Must Be Delivered to Reinstate Credibility to British Political System’ – Politician

    Conservative Party leadership candidates Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt have revealed more details of their policies at the latest Tory hustings, with both vying to win over the Tory party's grassroots in the upcoming postal vote. But who will come out on top?

  • Britain's Conservative party leadership candidate Boris Johnson gestures during the first party hustings at the ICC in Birmingham, England, Saturday June 22, 2019
    Last update: 12:52 03.07.2019
    12:52 03.07.2019

    ‘UK Will Be Simply Swapping May for Johnson with No Change in Brexit Stalemate’ – Professor

    Former UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is mulling over abolishing or merging several government departments in order to save 8 billion pounds if he is elected prime minister. Johnson is currently running head-to-head with British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt for the post of Conservative Party leader.

  • A 3-D printed Facebook logo is seen on representations of the Bitcoin virtual currency in this illustration picture, June 18, 2019
    Last update: 08:01 03.07.2019
    08:01 03.07.2019

    'You're Blocked From Your Wallet': Libra May End Up With Tougher Control Over Users – Analyst

    by Ekaterina Blinova

    On 18 June, Facebook unveiled its new digital money that in contrast to Bitcoin will be backed by a basket of fiat currencies to prevent volatility. Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel has shared his vision on the future of the new stablecoin discussing which can be trusted more: Big Tech or Big Banks.

  • U.S. President Donald Trump meets with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas, in Panmunjom, South Korea, June 30, 2019.
    Last update: 05:17 03.07.2019
    05:17 03.07.2019

    US-North Korea Nuclear Deal Possible if Trump Accepts Freeze Over Dismantlement - Analysts

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - A US nuclear agreement with North Korea is possible if President Donald Trump defies his hawk advisers and drops demands for complete denuclearization, analysts said.

  • Election 2018 Ohio
    Last update: 03:49 03.07.2019
    03:49 03.07.2019

    ‘Deliberate Process’: Florida Law Tries to Roll Back Widely Approved Ex-Felon Suffrage Amendment

    Under a bill signed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Friday, former felons in the state will have to pay financial penalties connected to their sentences before they can become eligible to vote. A community organizer in Tampa told Sputnik the state will inevitably be swept into progressive trends as younger voters come into elected positions.

  • Trump meets with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the DMZ on the border of North and South Korea
    Last update: 03:24 03.07.2019
    03:24 03.07.2019

    US President Donald Trump to Use Korea’s ‘Road to Reunification’ as 2020 Election Ploy

    The impromptu but historic meeting between US President Donald Trump and his North and South Korean counterparts in the Korean demilitarized zone (DMZ) marked a number of firsts for the three nations, but Trump could see this as just another cog in his political machine.

  • Mercosur
    Last update: 00:14 03.07.2019
    00:14 03.07.2019

    Mercosur Common Currency: Viable or 'Bombastic' Proposal by Brazilian President - Pundit

    In June, during his visit to Argentina, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro advocated the creation of the peso-real, a single currency for Argentina and Brazil, which could later extend to all Mercosur member countries.

  • Knife crime
    Last update: 20:10 02.07.2019
    20:10 02.07.2019

    UK Organised Crime: 'We Need to Chase the Money' - Lecturer

    Currency transfer businesses and currency exchange businesses are to be raided by police in an effort to curb on suspected drug money laundering. This crackdown is in response to rising gang violence; police hope to target the flow of cash, which they believe will reduce street violence.