Good serving staff is hard to find and harder to keep, and now Pyongyang wants those dozen waitresses who long ago fled to Seoul returned without delay.
Information on the Israeli air force’s activity along the border between Lebanon and Syria is yet to be confirmed by the country’s authorities.
A Sputnik source in the Russian space industry has confirmed that it is considering the option of reviving a program of peaceful launches of Voevoda missiles to deliver cargo into orbit around the Earth. Sputnik has gathered some facts about the characteristics of the carrier rocket based on the Voevoda missile.
In 2014, reports surfaced of the Kiev military allegedly using chemical weapons in its operations against the Donbass militia.
NATO is considering sending more troops to Afghanistan amid rising fears over security in the troubled country.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US Department of Defense criticized Russia for not putting enough efforts into combating radicalization and terrorism within its own borders, Pentagon representative Lieut. Col. Kone Faulkner told Sputnik on Saturday.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russia may renew launches of the Voevoda (NATO reporting name Satan) intercontinental ballistic missiles to place spacecraft into orbit, a source in the Russian space industry told Sputnik.
A new statistic has revealed that, to date in 2018, more children in US schools have been killed in shootings than the current total of military service member fatalities.
A test flight of the fifth generation Su-57 fighter jet with a developmental engine installed on it has been caught on camera in Russia's Zhukovsky.
China's fifth-generation Chengdu J-20, its most advanced fighter jet, has recently successfully completed its first maritime combat training. The latest Chinese jet has been in development since 2002 and entered into service in 2017.
The South China Sea, a strategically and economically key maritime region, is disputed between numerous countries in the region. Beijing has been pushing its claim on the area by constructing artificial islands around the disputed Spratly Island chain.
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WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The United States agreed to divert two nuclear-capable B-52 bombers from flying over the Korean peninsula after North Korean leader Kim Jong-un threatened to cancel the upcoming summit with President Donald Trump, US media reported.
The Pentagon released a video Thursday that recreated the October 4, 2017, ambush in Niger that left four US soldiers and five Nigeriens dead, revealing details previously unknown to the public.
China's first domestically built aircraft carrier, Type 001A, returned to the Dalian Shipyard Friday after completing its sea trials, which began May 13.
With his proposal to close the door to female soldiers in order to ward off the "disastrous consequences" of the state savings program, Finland's defense minister has triggered national outcry among politicians, journalists and ordinary Finns alike.
On May 17 it was announced The Atlantic Council will partner with Facebook to "independently monitor disinformation and other vulnerabilities" in elections round the world.
Some NATO member-states, including Germany, are far from being on track to meet the alliance's 2 percent of GDP target.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Russian military will fly Tu-160 supersonic strategic bombers to the Arctic this year to protect the country's eastern maritime borders, Aerospace Forces’ long-range aviation commander Sergei Kobylash said Friday.
TOKYO (Sputnik) - North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un presided over an enlarged meeting of the central military commission for the first time in two years, local media reported Friday.
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