Rossiya Segodnya International Information Agency has opened a personal exhibition of Dmitry Donskoy, one of the legendary veteran photographers of the agency and the winner of numerous Russian and international professional competitions, at site of Russia's State Central Museum of Contemporary History.
With just two weeks to go before Florence the asteroid whizzes past Earth on September 1, researchers at NASA, along with space fans, are anxiously awaiting the opportunity to catch a glimpse at the nearly 3-mile-wide rock.
While the rest of us are hunting down the last pair of eclipse-approved goggles, researchers are preparing to take advantage of the solar eclipse for more ... scientific reasons.
The best pyrotechnic teams from all over the world are heading to Moscow to take part in the 3rd International Rostec Fireworks Festival.
A woman who was raped and brutally beaten while out hiking in Northern Ireland has now written a critically acclaimed novel, inspired by the experience. Winnie M. Li told Sputnik how challenging it was to write the book Dark Chapter and how common rape is in Britain.
During a live on-the-scene update on the Barcelona bombing by a local news program, a man walked behind the presenter, proudly wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with the slogan "FCK ISIS." Response on social media was immediate and overwhelming.
A herbivorous dinosaur which has been unearthed in Chile has been heralded as the missing link to explaining dinosaur evolution in a new study.
In response to the growing demand, US President Donald Trump declared a national emergency on the opioid epidemic; however, as noted in a recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report, this crisis was brewing long before he took charge of the oval office in January.
In a series of unfortunate events, a 70-year-old Ohio man's funeral turned into a fight club scenario after his 57-year-old wife was confronted by his mistress at the viewing Monday afternoon.
Popular reservation site Booking.com has dropped a Swiss establishment accused of being anti-Semitic from its roster after images surfaced indicating the hotel was singling out its Jewish customers.
Escalating tensions on the Korean Peninsula and the constant ballistic missile tests conducted by Pyongyang have led a steadily growing number of Japanese to seek personal protection for themselves and their families by purchasing private fallout shelters.
Social media went into overdrive after #WeAreManchester tickets for the benefit gig sold out within minutes, with fans furious at touts who have purchased them only to resell at a higher price.
Russian communications watchdog Roskomnadzor on Thursday took away the Russian web domain (.ru) from a US neo-Nazi website, the Daily Stormer, Alexander Zharov, the head of Roskomnadzor, said in a statement.
Shane Perkins, a renowned Australian track cyclist, has been granted Russian citizenship and now will be able to represent Russia at the 2020 Olympic Games.
The developer of the KOI8-R Cyrillic character computer encoding, Andrey Chernov, who also participated in establishment of the Runet, the Russian-language part of the Internet, died due to an illness, local media reported Thursday.
Politicians seem to be winning at tweeting, as the majority of the top 10 most liked posts on Twitter were made by statespeople - not celebrities. Prolific Twitter user and current US President, Donald Trump, would most likely be sad to find out he is not featured in the top ten.
A drone flew over a French prison, reportedly delivering a mysterious parcel intended for some of the inmates. Prison guards seized the drone but were unable to retrieve the contents of the package.
Malala Yousafzai, a 20-year-old Pakistani activist for female education who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014, has announced that her own education will continue after she was accepted to Oxford University.
Wanting to strike a pose with a baby dolphin that washed ashore on the beaches of Almeria in Spain, selfie-obsessed tourists wounded up killing said mammal.
Santiago Borja is an airline pilot who braves each storm he encounters with a camera in his hands. His incredible “Storm Portraits” series, photographed from around 37,000 feet above the ground, allows you to see thunderstorms in all their glory.
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