A military base in Yemen held by forces of the Saudi-led coalition has reportedly become the target of yet another missile strike carried out by the Houthi rebels.
Taking a serious note on impending mental health issues, the Indian government has approved the establishment of a National Institute of Mental Health Rehabilitation (NIMHR) in its central state of Madhya Pradesh.
The Indian Defense Ministry had cleared the proposal to buy 200 Kamov Ka-226T in 2015 and in October 2016, India and Russia finalized a broad agreement for the supply of lightweight multi-role helicopters for the Indian Armed Forces.
BRUSSELS (Sputnik) - The preliminary conditions for any talks on trade with Washington is lifting the tariffs on steel and aluminum recently imposed by the United States, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has urged to bring all cases of killings of Palestinian protesters to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Britain is currently debating its EU withdrawal bill in the country's parliament. The document is due for a final vote in the House of Commons in the coming weeks.
The New York-based NGO has issued a 49-page "guide for reporters" devoted to what it says is Russia's "deteriorating human rights situation" ahead of the World Cup. Commenting on the report, Spanish journalist Ignacio Ortega and German lawmaker Petr Bystron told Sputnik they were disappointed to see this attempt to politicize a sports celebration.
Russia has never violated the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, clearly adheres to its obligations and intends to continue to fulfill them, Dmitry Peskov said.
France, Britain and Germany are currently in talks with Tehran in a bid to try to salvage the Iran nuclear deal after Washington's withdrawal from the agreement earlier this month.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer announced on Thursday that he tasked the Supreme Audit Institution to examine the Federal Office for Migrants and Refugees (BAMF) and German Interior Ministry amid the bribes scandal.
While an average citizenship request takes progressively more time to process, the Danish government is poised to make it still harder to obtain Danish citizenship. The previous tightening has resulted in a drop in the number of Muslim citizens.
Following complaints from Norwegian priests who have argued that there are too many Christian holidays, the Christian Student Union has proposed "donating" holidays deemed superfluous to Muslims. While representatives of the Muslim community have found this idea "touching," the Christian People's Party is against a change in Norwegian calendar.
Aharon Zeevi Farkas, a former intelligence head of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), has admitted that the intelligence capabilities of the country's ground troops have yet to be developed.
Debates about changing the very nature of British constables, where 90 percent of officers are unarmed, get heated, as specially trained forces are understaffed and can’t respond promptly to terror threats in many areas. The idea of arming officers doesn’t find vast support among the police.
Social media networks were thrown into an uproar after an American journalist advised Ukraine to blow up a recently constructed bridge between the Crimean Peninsula and mainland Russia.
The Indian government has allowed producers of fuel to convert surplus food grain into ethanol with the aim of curbing crude oil import bill and augmenting farmers’ profit. Till now only ethanol produced from sugarcane was allowed to be mixed with gasoline.
The Indian state-run enterprise was deemed the best in the "public communication category" for its innovative public outreach program aimed at garnering public support for nuclear power plants and educating them about the peaceful uses and benefits of nuclear energy.
Following violent clashes that rocked the Gaza Strip earlier this week, Egypt has reportedly helped persuade the Palestinian side to decrease protest activities in the area and calm things down.
French President Emmanuel Macron said that nuclear deal with Iran should be supplemented and it is necessary to continue negotiations, including on missile program.
The number of gonorrhea and syphilis cases in Denmark exploded more than sixfold between 2005 and 2015 and continues to grow, leaving the Scandinavian country's health authorities worried about the consequences of an STD epidemic, such as infertility.
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