The leader of the Cairo Syrian opposition group noted Moscow's role in facilitating direct negotiations between sides at the Geneva talks.
Jordan plans to take part in the upcoming intra-Syrian peace talks in Geneva, a source in Jordan’s Foreign Ministry told Sputnik.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres claims that the United Nations system should have a new office for counter-terrorism.
Former US Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez claims that if the United States cancels its participation in NAFTA, it could see an anti-American populist president take office in Mexico's elections in 2018.
Republican voters are far more concerned with White House leaks to the media, regarding phone conversations between the administration and Russia, than they are with the contents of the leaks, according to a poll released Wednesday.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that seventeen territories around the globe are still non-self-governing and the United Nations stands ready to assist with the process of decolonization.
The United States needs to back Ukraine on the government's long path to stability and work to intensify sanctions against Russia, US Congressman Mike Quigley said after a meeting with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.
The new Patriot Park, just outside Moscow, will include a scale-model replica of Berlin’s Reichstag building, to be used for teenagers to ‘attack,’ in reenactments of the 1945 Battle of Berlin.
Vladimir Putin congratulated on Wednesday his Estonian counterpart Kersti Kaljulaid on the occasion of the Estonian independence day.
A new report has revealed that Facebook made a whopping six-figure contribution to bankroll the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), which will feature speakers such as White House advisor Steve Bannon, NRA president Wayne LaPierre, Brexit champion Nigel Farage, and even President Donald Trump.
Keith Ellison is holding the lead in the race to become the new Democratic National Committee chair, and has responded to a tweet from Donald Trump, in which the President praised Ellison’s foresight about Trump’s win.
George Soros' alleged interference in Eastern European affairs has recently become the focus of a number of US congressmen. Members of both the House and Senate are probing the US billionaire's activities in the small Balkan country of Macedonia.
Last week marked the sixth anniversary of the start of the civil unrest referred to in Western countries as the 'Libyan Revolution', which culminated in the murder of Muammar Gaddafi and the destruction of Libyan statehood. Speaking to RIA Novosti, Gaddafi's cousin Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam discussed the situation in Libya, and who was responsible.
More than 100 French left-wing politicians have signed a motion demanding the controversial EU-Canada trade deal - CETA - be referred to the country's Constitutional Court over what they say is an issue of sovereignty.
Francois Bayrou, a French centrist politician and the leader of the Democratic Movement party (MoDem), said that he offered an aliance to independent presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron.
UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura stated that the intra-Syria talks in Geneva would be impossible without holding the ceasefire in Syria
Britain's Institute of Directors (IoD) - representing the country's business leaders - has called for UK Prime Minister Theresa May's government to secure agreement from the European Union that the two-year time period for negotiating Brexit can be extended to prevent a "cliff edge" scenario, Sputnik has been told.
Preparation for a plenary session with participation of all Syrian opposition groups, the Damascus delegation and the United Nations is still ongoing and a session may take place in Geneva on Thursday afternoon, according to a source.
American voters are sharply divided in their opinion of the US relationship with Russia, a new poll by Politico/Morning Consult revealed Wednesday.
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