Former Bolivian President Evo Morales, who resigned due to the protests that engulfed the country following the recent elections, has told Sputnik exactly what happened during those days – when he decided to resign, whether the transfer of power was legal, how he managed to leave for Mexico, and who tried to stop him.
MEDays forum, attracting more than 2,500 attendees, has concluded in Tangier, Morocco on 16 November. The three-day forum was dedicated to issues of geostrategic, political, economic and social importance in the Mediterranean, African, and Arab states.
Morocco is welcoming the MEDays forum, which attracted over 2,500 attendees, including over 150 international speakers and more than 80 government representatives. The forum is dedicated to issues of geostrategic, political, economic and social importance in the Mediterranean, African, and Arab states.
International Forum MEDays kicked off in Tangier, Morocco on 13 November. The three-day event was launched under the topic "Global distrust crisis: Facing subversion and uncertainties". The gathering welcomes 4,500 attendees, including political analysts, and business leaders from more than 80 countries.
Sputnik has spoken to former Head of the Bolivian Senate Adriana Salvatierra, who left office after the resignation of Evo Morales, to discuss the situation in the country.
Last week, Bolivian President Evo Morales resigned after the country's armed forces sided with demonstrators who had were opposing his serving a fourth term.
GENOA (Sputnik), Daesh has destroyed and pillaged numerous cultural heritage sites in the Middle East and stolen ancient treasures to raise funds for its terror operations. The Illicit trade in antiquities is a crime under international law.
GENOA (Sputnik), Anastasia Levchenko - US President Donald Trump announced that Daesh* leader al-Baghdadi was slain on 27 October, adding that he killed himself after detonating a suicide vest.
On the side-lines of the 2019 Moscow Non-Proliferation Conference, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi, in an exclusive interview with Sputnik, spoke about how the forthcoming US presidential election could affect the JCPOA.
GENOA (Sputnik), Anastasia Levchenko - In late October, US President Donald Trump said that Daesh leader al-Baghdadi had been killed in a US operation in Idlib, Syria. The Daesh terrorist group reportedly confirmed the death of its leader on 31 October.
What are the prospects for gas transit talks between Russia, Ukraine and the EU? Will the EU change its policy on Russia after Brexit? What awaits Syria after the agreement reached between Putin and Erdogan? Vladimir Chizhov, Permanent Representative of Russia to the European Union, shares his views on the most pressing issues of global politics.
Concerns for the mental and physical welfare of Julian Assange are mounting among human rights activists- as the mainstream media continue to mock his declining health.
The tenth Leopolda meeting (a political meeting held annually on the initiative of Matteo Renzi since 2010 near the former Leopolda train station in Florence) has been held in Florence with a record number of participants registered.
As artificial intelligence technology is becoming more intelligent and integrated into our lives, teaching machines about human ethics is an important task according to Nick Bostrom, an Oxford University Professor and the head of the Future of Humanity Institute that’s also home to the Center for the Governance of Artificial Intelligence.
Why are failures necessary in business and in life? Stuart Lawson, a senior advisor for EYRussia and CIS, Board director of Skolkovo Ventures, board member of the Association of European Businesses, chairman of the Finance and Investment Committee and co-chairman of the banking committee, reflects in an exclusive interview with Sputnik.
That’s the message of Peter Morgan, CEO of Deep Learning Partnership and author of ‘Machine Learning is Changing the Rules: Ways Businesses Can Utilize AI to Innovate’ report. Morgan spoke to Sputnik on the sidelines the VIII International Forum on New Technologies in Global Economy - “Open Innovations”- held by Russia’s Skolkovo Innovation Centre.
Russia’s Skolkovo Innovation Centre held the VIII International Forum for Innovation Development "Open Innovations", the country’s primary technological entrepreneurship event, on 21-23 October. The forum was attended by officials, businessmen and various firms, including PeakBridge, a firm specialising in investments in foodtech.
Russia’s Skolkovo Innovation Centre is hosting the VIII International Forum for Innovation Development "Open Innovations", the country’s primary technological entrepreneurship event, on 21-23 October. The forum is being attended by officials, businessmen and various firms, including Dutch multinational conglomerate Philips.
Digital economy development is intrinsically linked to cybersecurity, and the risks of data leaks, hacking of systems and theft of funds are growing every year, the CEO of an international cybersecurity firm has revealed.
Four years after the European Troika crushed the leftist rebellion of Greece's Syriza, Greeks have reflected on the implications of the crisis as the country celebrated one year since “exiting” the EU bailout scheme as well as deepening ties with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during a 5 October visit to Athens.