China’s Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli claims that China’s imports in the current five-year period are expected to amount to $8 trillion.
The Department of Defense announced that the United States awarded a $909 million contract to AAR Supply Chain for the Air Force’s landing gear logistical program.
The sunken Sewol ferry that was finally lifted out of the water and put on a transport vessel on Saturday morning is expected to reach the port on April 4, media report.
Center for Biological Diversity Governmental Affairs Director Brett Hartl claims that the approval of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline illustrates how US President Donald Trump is more interested in helping special interest groups like big oil companies rather than ordinary Americans.
The Russian center for Syrian reconciliation informed that Russian servicemen have provided almost 3,000 Syrian civilians with humanitarian aid in the past 24 hours.
Flynn’s spokesman Price Floyd claims that US media reports about an alleged meeting between former US national security adviser Michael Flynn and Turkish officials on the issue of Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen’s extradition are false.
Two more people arrested following the Wednesday terror act in London have been released.
OAS will meet next week to discuss the crisis situation in Venezuela.
The US Department of Justice announced that a Lebanese businessman has been arrested and charged with evading US sanctions by financial supporting the Hezbollah terror organization.
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Chairman Harold Frazier told Sputnik that his group is trying to meet a Monday deadline to file a complaint opposing the US Department of State’s decision to approve a permit for construction of TransCanada’s Keystone pipeline.
Russian businessman Viktor Bout's attorney Alexey Tarasov said that Russia filed an amicus curiae brief in the US Supreme Court in support of the review of Russian businessman Viktor Bout's case.
A group of Russian football fans from Krasnodar arranged a hospitality event for supporters of a visiting Cote d’Ivoire team.
Fierce battles are taking place in Syria as peace talks begin in Geneva between the Syrian government and opposition groups. Radio Sputnik’s Loud & Clear speaks with Political analyst Marwa Osman about the peace talks and what effect they have on the ongoing conflict.
A Republican lawmaker from Oklahoma is facing backlash for his response to questions from a Democratic colleague about rape and incest being “part of God’s will.”
A special investigation into how more than $115 billion in funding from the US was allocated in Afghanistan found that at least $1 billion was spent “questionably.” Prosecutors have recovered $27.7 million just from their investigations into troops stationed in North Carolina.
The Montreal Muslim community is outraged by preaching by an invited imam that called for Jews to be killed. The imam apparently recited verses that call for the deaths of Jews when he gave a sermon at a local mosque, according to a report by CBC News.
An employment contractor experienced a data breach affecting information of 1.4 million people in the state of Illinois.
At least 50 people were killed and dozens others were injured this week in the Central African Republic (CAR) in attacks on three villages in the central Bambari region, media report.
Rapper Kendrick Lamar has joined the growing list of rappers to go after US President Donald Trump, calling him a “chump” in his latest track.
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