MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The audit results of the Russian anti-doping agency (RUSADA) will be published Monday, the head of the Russina Olympic Committee (ROC), Stanislav Pozdnyakov, said.
MOSCOW, July 13 (Sputnik) - EU foreign ministers condemn Turkey's decision to convert Hagia Sophia from a museum back into a mosque, as it may fuel mistrust between religious communities, European Union Minister for Foreign Affairs Josep Borrell said Monday.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The global crude oil production last year has decreased by 0.7 percent year-on-year and averaged 75 million barrels per day (mbd) following a historical high reached in 2018, the OPEC said in its Annual Statistical Bulletin on Monday.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Wealthy individuals, calling themselves Millionaires for Humanity, in an open letter on Monday called on governments to increase taxes on rich people to help cope with the coronavirus pandemic and its consequences.
Marsalek helped run the German payments group for a decade before it collapsed in June, with German authorities still struggling to discover precisely what business actually took place inside the company, which had privileged access to global payments networks and major tech sector clients.
The country’s total foreign holdings are now above the $500 billion target set by the Central Bank of Russia a few years ago.
The new unit is expected to take part in the IDF's so-called "war-between-war" campaign against Iran amid ongoing tensions between Tel Aviv and Tehran.
According to the description, the most advanced modification of the jet, which is also known as "SuperGrach", has boosted the plane's electronic warfare system, navigation complex, and enhanced avionics, which allow the aircraft to be more effective during night raids.
Head of Britain's Armed Forces, General Nick Carter, has been criticised over the MoD's "shambolic" procurement policies, after admitting decisions to sell off vehicles had been made before the country decided on its strategic interests in an impending integrated review.
Despite lawyers for The Sun having reportedly tried to block Johnny Depp’s exes from testifying in a libel case against the tabloid for its “wife beater” story, some are anticipated to rise up in the Pirates of the Caribbean star’s defence.
US mainstream media has repeatedly criticised the 74-year-old president for engaging in his favourite pastime during the coronavirus outbreak, which has infected 3.4 million people in the United States. Trump has, in turn, accused the media of dishonesty and bias against him.
Researchers believe that the findings, based on the clinical records of 90 people, are virtually "a nail in the coffin" for so-called herd immunity theories, which suggest coronavirus flare-ups could be dealt with as soon as the lion's share of the world's population experiences the contagious disease.
The news comes after Amazon pulled all of the Redskins' team merchandise from its website, while Walmart, Target, and Nike, (which is the NFL's official uniform supplier) also said they won't be selling products featuring the team's name and logo. Pepsi, FedEx, and many other companies also joined the campaign, calling for the name to be changed.
The debate between football fans and sports pundits on which of the two players deserves to be named GOAT – the greatest of all time – has been going for many years (it seems it won’t end even after the two hang up their boots), with numerous football greats like Zinedine Zidane and Marco Van Basten sharing their opinion on the debate.
The Reds previously enjoyed great success, having won the Club World Cup, the UEFA Super Cup, etc. but nothing in their recent past compares to this season’s much-coveted English Premier League title, masterminded by Jurgen Klopp, the club’s manager since 2015.