FBI special counsel Robert Mueller’s office released a redacted sentencing memo filed on Friday, accusing former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort of “repeatedly and brazenly” violating the law.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that any safe zone on the border with Syria must be under Turkish control.
On 21 February, Guaido set off to Venezuela's border with Colombia to welcome the arrival of the US aid convoy. The relief aid was gathered at logistics hubs in Roraima in Brazil, Cucuta in Colombia, and on the Caribbean island of Curacao.
US President Donald Trump’s daughter endorsed the former US ambassador to the UN’s daughter in her bid for the position of student body vice president at Clemson University.
Cook County Judge John Fitzgerald Lyke Jr. sets bail at $1 million for R&B superstar R. Kelly, giving him a chance to go free while he awaits trial on charges that he sexually abused four people.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - White House National Security Adviser John Bolton has threatened Venezuela with more sanctions and “isolation” if its military continues blocking incoming humanitarian aid deliveries organized by the opposition.
Flight 3591 lost radar and radio contact roughly 30 miles (approx. 48 kilometres) southeast of Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Austrian Interior Minister Herbert Kickl proposed to establish tribunals to conduct trials against mercenaries of Daesh* terrorist group in the Middle East.
Washington is scrambling to renew its space technology as Russia and China continue to develop increasingly advanced space war machines. US Air Force officials recently revealed that the US Department of Defense (DoD) is now working on making satellite constellations that can duck missiles or satellite-based weapons.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza said that the deliveries of humanitarian aid to Venezuela were pursuing political goals.
The annual governor’s meeting at the US White House will see a boycott by at least one state leader, as Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak will sit it out on the sidelines in protest of an unauthorized cross-country federal shipment of plutonium waste made to the state last year.
A German professor has defended the national school initiative “Better Smart Than Drunk,” which offers the nation’s teenagers the opportunity to drink alcohol in a controlled setting to learn about its effect.
Odd formations and shapes have been revealed in a set of newly-released images following the speedy flyby of a remote asteroid by a NASA spacecraft, raising new questions for planetary astronomers.
Millions of Chinese citizens and businesses have been placed on a government blacklist banning them from accessing financial markets and traveling by air or train as a result of being declared ‘untrustworthy.’
Only a handful of days after NASA gave up on the Mars rover Opportunity, sister rover Curiosity did something strange by suddenly placing herself into standby mode, alarming technicians on Earth.
Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro stated on Saturday amid ongoing protests on the Venezuelan-Colombian border that Venezuela was cutting off diplomatic relations with Colombia and expels all diplomats from its embassy.
During Soviet times, Slovenia was a part of Yugoslavia, which in turn exercised a policy independent from Moscow and was not a part of the Soviet bloc. Yugoslavia was also one of the founding members of the Non-Aligned Movement, advocating an approach of avoiding participation in any power blocs.
The Oscar-winning film Zero Dark Thirty, about the story of the years-long manhunt for the late number one terrorist, has faced harsh criticism for its highly realistic torture scenes, with torture allegedly having been used to find the location of Osama bin Laden's hideout.
Earlier in the day, opposition leader and self-proclaimed interim president of Venezuela Juan Guaido claimed that trucks with humanitarian aid crossed the borders of Brazil and Colombia into Venezuela.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - US observation aircraft Boeing OC-135B should fly over the territory of Russia from February 18 to February 23 from the Khabarovsk's Noviy ("New") airfield in compliance with the Treaty on Open Skies, the Russian Defence Ministry said on Saturday.
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