Donald Trump extended condolences to the people of Germany on the passing of ex-chancellor Helmut Kohl.
The US 7th Fleet Commander said that the commander of the USS Fitzgerald and another sailor required medical assistance after the warship collided with a Philippine vessel.
Having reviewed its fighter and trainer jets, the US Navy has linked the deaths of four F/A-18 Hornet pilots to failures of oxygen systems in aircraft cockpits.
US President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Accord may very well contribute to more dramatic temperature changes that ultimately threaten the highly sensitive environments in which coffee can thrive.
An Indian-American woman who was raped by her Uber driver is suing the taxi company in California federal court, claiming that Uber illegally obtained her medical records and misused them in an attempt to discredit her.
The Japanese Defense Ministry announced on Friday that the Maritime Self-Defense Forces and the US Navy have concluded large-scale joint naval exercises in the disputed South China Sea.
Years after former US President Barack Obama drew down troop levels in Afghanistan, his successor is reversing course—though "this won’t affect the outcome there," says Max Abrahms, a counterterrorism theorist at Northeastern University in Boston.
One service member could face a court-martial and another has been administratively discharged in connection with the military branch’s nude-photo-sharing scandal that broke out in March.
New research from Harvard and UC Berkeley researchers suggest that most stars are born as part of a set of “twins” – and that would include our star, the sun.
The oxygenation problems in the fifth-generation F-35As that have caused the grounding of 25 percent of all F-35s produced by Lockheed Martin date back six years, the US Air Force has just admitted.
The United States added a German member of Daesh terror group to its counter-terror sanctions list.
The US Department of Justice said that Retired US Navy Capt. Michael Brooks was sentenced to 41 months in prison for taking bribes, the latest sentence in an ongoing corruption scandal involving the service and a private contractor.
MedStar Washington Hospital Center Trauma Services Director Jack Sava said that Steve Scalise, who was shot on Wednesday during a Republican baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia and is in critical condition, will require additional surgery to treat his wound.
The government of Taiwan has expressed their appreciation for American lawmakers who have called for expedited arms sales to the island nation as tensions between it and the mainland continue to escalate.
If you’ve been thinking you haven’t seen much of North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, you’re right. The 33-year-old is apparently so afraid of being assassinated that he’s cut way back on public appearances, according to South Korea’s top espionage agency – making his latest meeting with former NBA star Dennis Rodman extra precious.
US President Donald Trump said Friday that the US will exit the agreement made by the previous administration to normalize relations with Cuba. Trump called it a "one-sided deal" and said his decision to back out of the commitment was "effective immediately."
Two US warships arrived at the port in Doha for joint exercises. Moreover, the defense ministers of the US and Qatar have signed agreements on the supply of 36 F-15 fighters for $12 billion. Do these moves signal an end to the Qatari crisis?
The US Air Force announced in a statement on Friday it has approved the creation of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Space Operations Directorate to centralize multiple functions and ensure that the United States maintains dominance in space.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) said in a statement on Friday it is probing a series of suspicious letters filled with white powder that were sent to residences in the US state of Georgia, including the home of a Congressional candidate.
The Philippines military said on Friday that some of the Islamist militants, who attacked Marawi city in the south of the country last month, may have slipped away during the battle that has raged for nearly four weeks.
The fact of registration and authorization of users on Sputnik websites via users’ account or accounts on social networks indicates acceptance of these rules.
Users are obliged abide by national and international laws. Users are obliged to speak respectfully to the other participants in the discussion, readers and individuals referenced in the posts.
The websites’ administration has the right to delete comments made in languages other than the language of the majority of the websites’ content.
In all language versions of the sputniknews.com websites any comments posted can be edited.
A user comment will be deleted if it:
The administration has the right to block a user’s access to the page or delete a user’s account without notice if the user is in violation of these rules or if behavior indicating said violation is detected.
Users can initiate the recovery of their account / unlock access by contacting the moderators at firstname.lastname@example.org
The letter must contain:
If the moderators deem it possible to restore the account / unlock access, it will be done.
In the case of repeated violations of the rules above resulting in a second block of a user’s account, access cannot be restored.
To contact the team of moderators, write to email@example.com