So US President Donald Trump named a previously unknown country, Nambia, while meeting with African leaders at the United Nations headquarters in New York.
A 2009 email recently obtained by Judicial Watch reveals a Clinton Global Initiative invitation to then-Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin from the Clinton Foundation.
In a video released by the so-called Committee to Investigate Russia, renowned actor Morgan Freeman said the United States was “at war” and “came under attack by the Russian government”.
So three US Congressmen urged the Federal Communications Commission to investigate Sputnik Radio's alleged role in the 2016 Presidential Election. The thing is, the station went on air on FM radio on July 1, 2017, that is eight months after the vote.
According to a report by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, since early 2017, the US Air Force has launched a total of 2,353 airstrikes across Afghanistan, compared to 1,072 such strikes in 2016.
Despite Russia inviting NATO experts and foreign journalists to observe the planned Zapad-2017 drills with Belarus, the military bloc's member states claimed the exercises allegedly pose a "threat" to their security.
The Pentagon has reportedly decided to spend some $2.2 billion on arming Syrian rebels with Soviet-style weapons.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has slammed the US as Washington voiced strong discontent regarding Ankara's deal with Russia on the supply of S-400 missile systems, saying that "we are the hosts in our home."
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) questioned former Sputnik employee as part of the investigation of reports that the agency allegedly acted as a Russian propaganda agency in violation of the US Foreign Agents Act (FARA). At the same time, the portal claimed that the FBI also received access to Sputnik's working correspondence.
Always eager to promote peace across the world, US President Donald Trump is considering a new type of nuclear weapon – a mini-nuke – to further improve the United States military's peacemaking capabilities.
A military and diplomatic source told Sputnik that the US Air Force had evacuated more than 20 Daesh field commanders from the Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor. The US-led coalition denied the claims.
While Catalonia has slated an independence referendum on October 1, the Spanish government is adamantly opposing it.
Newsweek published a bizarre story over the weekend that linked the Russian government to pretty much everything wrong in the world from the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing to the Syrian Civil War and ensuing refugee crisis.
On Tuesday, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the Trump administration would cancel the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) on March 5. The DACA program allowed temporary legal status to children of undocumented immigrants.
Speaking about cooperation between Russia and the US, President Putin said that it's difficult to have a dialogue with people who confuse Austria and Australia.
Turkey signed an association agreement with the then European Community in 1963 and submitted a membership application in 1987, but has yet to receive accession into the EU, which now seems unlikely.
On Thursday, the US Department of State demanded that the Russian government close its Consulate General in San Francisco, a chancery annex in Washington, DC, and a consular annex in New York City by September 2, in what it called "the spirit of parity invoked by the Russians."
As the newest round of negotiations on Brexit proceeded, the UK came under fire from EU authorities, who criticized London's position as "unserious" and non-constructive. The EU's Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier urged Britain to speed up and start "negotiating seriously".
Media have been alerted after the head of Iran's atomic energy organization said Tehran could easily restore its military nuclear capabilities by resuming uranium enrichment to 20 percent should the US keep escalating the situation around the republic's alleged violation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
While millions of Americans are affected by Hurricane Harvey, one of the worst natural disasters to hit the United States in decades, US President Donald Trump has continued to push for his southern border wall to separate the United States from Mexico.
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