Russian scientists discovered a new mammal species that belongs to the group of the so called multituberculata - ancient animals resembling modern rodents.
The US-led coalition conducted 31 strikes consisting of 97 engagements against Daesh terrorist group in Syria and Iraq on Sunday, including 12 strikes near the Syrian town of Tabqa, Operation Inherent Resolve said in a press release on Monday.
Independent French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron is expected to win the second round of the elections, with 61 percent of voters being ready to support him, a poll conducted by the OpinionWay and OPRI companies showed on Monday.
A research team at Sahlgrenska Academy in Sweden has managed to create cartilage tissue from stem cells using a 3D printer. The fact that stem cells survived the printing is seen as a major success in itself and could potentially serve as an important step in the quest to 3D-print body parts.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has warned that man-made junk in space is getting out of hand. Radio Sputnik discussed the space debris problem with former head of the Space Debris Office of the European Space Agency, Dr. Heiner Klinkrad.
Russia is ready to discuss with the US the possible extension of the New START treaty on the reduction of the number of nuclear warheads, Russian Foreign Ministry representative said Monday.
The issue of deploying a UN peacekeeping mission in the Ukrainian eastern region of Donbas should be discussed will all sides involved in the conflict in the country, including with the leadership of the self-proclaimed people's republics of Donetsk (DPR) and Luhansk (LPR), Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday.
The Prosecutor’s Office in Ankara on Monday launched an investigation on a former French diplomat, presently a senior fellow at the French Institute of International Relations (IFRI), Philippe Moreau Defarges over his controversial remarks on Erdogan's assassination, local media reported.
The failure of authorities to take action when someone reports they are being or have been stalked, has the potential to lead to violence and even death, according to a recent study.
French presidential candidate and founder of En Marche! movement Emmanuel Macron is likely to hold rally for his supporters in Paris on May 1 ahead of the run-off election early next month, local media reported Monday.
Both the Socialists and the Republicans in France are reeling from the fact that - for the first time in a generation - neither party has won through to the final run-off in the presidential race, largely due to complete dissatisfaction with the incumbent establishment.
About 15,000 out of 270,000 residents of France's Strasbourg could not cast their votes during the first presidential election round, French media reported, citing the data by Strasbourg mayor's office late on Sunday.
The Syrian armed forces are ready to stop hostilities in Khan Sheikhoun if a special expert mission is sent there to investigate the reported April 4 chemical weapons incident, the Russian Defense Ministry said Monday.
Russia as a country does not engage in hacking attacks, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday in response to Danish Defense Ministry claims of 2015-16 email breaches.
According to the coordinator for the Left Party Eric Coquerel, the supporters of Jean-Luc Melenchon will not vote for presidential nominee Marine Le Pen in the second round of the elections.
The majority of Europe's politicians congratulated Macron following his victory in the first round of France's presidential elections on Sunday, while ignoring his opponent, Marine Le Pen. Meanwhile, protesters in Paris voiced their dissatisfaction with both candidates.
Federica Mogherini called for full transparent investigation by the OPCW into the alleged chemical weapon use in Syria's Idlib.
France’s National Front (FN) party has achieved "impressive" results in the first round of French presidential election, with the party set to continue gaining popularity regardless of the final outcome, Freedom Party of Austria (FPO) member and former presidential candidate Norbert Hofer told Sputnik on Monday.
While the chilling prospect of war between the US and North Korea has been edging ever closer in recent months, it looks like North Koreans remain unfazed by Washington’s threats of military retaliation for Pyongyang's nuclear tests and missile launches.
Rosgvardiya does not participate in military operations in Syria, press service said, commenting on the alleged claims about its' presence in Syria.
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