US President Donald Trump rocked the world when he announced that the United States now recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, throwing the Middle East into an uproar and prompting political leaders all across the globe to consider the consequences of this development.
The International Olympic Committee decided to bar Team Russia from participating in the 2018 Winter Olympics, prompting a number of prominent individuals to publicly express their doubts about this move.
After 22 years, Donald Trump may be the first US president to permit the move of the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and recognize the latter as capital of Israel.
While the Syrian Army and its allies move to deliver a killing blow to Daesh (ISIL/ISIS), the Pentagon rushed to take the credit for the destruction of the terrorist organization.
The armed forces of the United States and South Korea have kicked off their annual air drills, Vigilant Ace, slated for December 4-8. The exercises are taking place days after North Korea launched a Hwasong-15 intercontinental ballistic missile, which fell into the Sea of Japan.
The United States' attempts to force North Korea into terminating its nuclear program only help aggravate tensions on the Korean Peninsula, according to the Russian Foreign Ministry.
The US Department of Defense finally revealed that the number of US troops stationed in Syria is about four times greater than originally announced.
US actor Alec Baldwin recently made waves by suggesting US President Donald Trump be removed from office and placed in a retirement home in Moscow.
A US Navy P-8A Poseidon reconnaissance plane conducting a surveillance flight over the Black Sea near Russia's border was intercepted by a Russian Su-30 fighter aircraft, prompting the Pentagon to declare the encounter as "unsafe."
Having apparently given up on forming a so called 'Jamaica coalition', German Chancellor Angela Merkel now considers an alliance with the Social Democrats, even though not long ago she also mulled the possibility of snap elections as well.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has thrown down the gauntlet in a war of words with Russia, which she labeled a "hostile state."
The Russian, Iranian and Turkish leaders held a major meeting on Syria in Sochi, and the US wasn't invited.
Russian military aircraft will be absent from the exhibits at the upcoming Farnborough International Airshow due to the efforts of a British regulator called the Export Control Organization (ECO).
Famed talk show host Charlie Rose is the latest public figure to be accused of sexual misconduct and, as a result, both PBS and CBS have terminated their relationships with him.
Google billionaire Eric Schmidt has announced that the search engine will come up with new algorithms that will make it harder for articles from Sputnik News and RT to appear on the Google News service.
The US Forces in Japan have prohibited drinking for their troops after a deadly accident in which a US serviceman, who might have been under the influence of alcohol, drove a truck and crashed into a local citizen's vehicle. The 61-year-old Hidemasa Taira died in hospital.
TOP500 recently revealed China has surpassed the US in their list of “fastest supercomputers in the world.”
It seems like former Lebanese PM Saad Hariri, who is allegedly being held with his family in Saudi Arabia, can only dream about home now.
French President Emmanuel Macron appears to be exhibiting impressive diplomatic flexibility as he calls for amending the nuclear deal with Tehran.
The US National Security Agency appears to be reeling after a major hack which resulted in the theft of many of the organization's cyber weapons sapped the morale of its employees.
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