The surprising discovery made in a national park near Yellowstone made local officials close off parts of the park fearing for people's safety, while scientists claim that they have nothing to do with the Yellowstone volcano.
The customer's derogatory name-calling message unleashed a flow of encouraging comments from internet users, who lambasted the message as "stunning and depressing."
A 19-year-old Brit has been sentenced for four years and eight months for possessing a document or record for terrorist purposes.
According to the media reports an attacker has severely wounded with a knife several people in a bus in the German city of Lubeck.
In an op-ed for The Washington Post, the US president’s son-in-law and Middle East advisor, Jared Kushner, specifically accused the Palestinian militant group Hamas of "producing misery for the people of Gaza."
Brazil’s top footballer, who will remain the world’s most expensive player after PSG signed him for $264 million in 2017, slammed the media for rumors about the transfer. The buzz around Neymar’s moving to Spain rose after Real’s former star Cristiano Ronaldo joined the Italian FC Juventus.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The German authorities have not still provided Moscow with information about cyberattacks on its ministries that Berlin claimed had a Russian trace, Russian Ambassador to Germany Sergei Nechayev told Sputnik.
The suspect, whose identity and exact whereabouts remain unknown, has been described as “dangerous” and is believed to be evading arrest in the Netherlands.
An explosion occurred on Friday in an oil storage facility located in central Iran. According to Tasnim, one person was injured and two are missing.
"We should not be preparing for No Deal, we should be avoiding it at all costs," a Labour MP argued on Twitter.
The Indian Navy had decommissioned its second 23,900-ton Centaur-class carrier in March 2017; since then, the world’s fifth largest naval force has been operating with a lone 44,000-ton Kiev-class carrier, the INS Vikramaditya, a refurbished Soviet-era carrier.
The Netherlands and Turkey have decided to normalize bilateral relations and reinstate their ambassadors, the Dutch Foreign Ministry said Friday.
BRUSSELS (Sputnik) - France is getting ready for the possible absence of an EU-UK agreement on the conditions of the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the bloc, French Minister for European Affairs Nathalie Loiseau said on Friday ahead of the General Affairs Council, focusing on Brexit.
The North Atlantic Alliance has issued a response to President Trump following his comments about Montenegrins being "very strong" and "very aggressive people" who could pull the military bloc into a major war.
The move comes as a response to the expulsion of two Russian diplomats by Athens over alleged interfering in Greece's domestic affair, which threatened the country's national security.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is due to visit the United States on July 25, in a bid to add to improving EU-US relations, which were tarnished after President Donald Trump slapped import duties on steel and 10 percent duties on aluminum.
After Vladimir Putin said during his summit with Donald Trump that he expected Russia get the right to question the co-founder of Hermitage Capital Management, who was accused of never paying taxes on $1.5 billion earned in Russia, Browder claimed he feared for his life due to his role in the Magnitsky act.
With US President Donald Trump pulling the US out of the Iran nuclear deal earlier this year, many European businesses commercially active in Iran are looking to circumvent Washington’s sanctions.
The 2+2 dialogue was agreed upon last year during a telephone conversation between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump. The meeting is seen as a vehicle to elevate the strategic relationship between the two countries.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said in an interview with The Washington Post that he did not agree with a newspaper's journalist statement, claiming that the referendum on the independence of Crimea was "fake" and stressed that the vast majority of the peninsula's population had voted to rejoin Russia.
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