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Always eager to promote peace across the world, US President Donald Trump is considering a new type of nuclear weapon – a mini-nuke – to further improve the United States military's peacemaking capabilities.
Speaking about cooperation between Russia and the US, President Putin said that it's difficult to have a dialogue with people who confuse Austria and Australia.
It seems like Donald Trump is planning to cancel the executive order issued by former President Barack Obama in 2015, which prohibited the transfer of armored vehicles, large-caliber weapons and other similar equipment to local police departments.
Israeli forces have confiscated five portable buildings that were donated by the EU to Palestinians in the West Bank region and were used by the latter as classrooms for children.
It appears that Ukraine has made a significant contribution to the North Korean missile program by supplying Pyongyang with rocket engines.
"Tough" diplomacy is a way to improve relations with Russia for the US and its allies, Josh Rogin, the Washington Post columnist, believes.
The Trump administration announced sanctions on 13 senior Venezuelan officials on Wednesday as it tries to deter the nation’s president, Nicolas Maduro, from proceeding with a plan to rewrite the nation’s constitution.
Donald Trump signed into law a new batch of anti-Russian sanctions. Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev responding to such a move said that it seems like the US has declared a full-scale trade war on Russia.
A string of firings and resignations has at times made Donald's Trump White House resemble The Apprentice, the reality TV show he once hosted.
In a response to the latest anti-Russian punitive measures enacted by the US, Moscow decided to expel several hundred American embassy and consulate employees from Russia.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan calmly dismissed Washington's concerns about his intention to purchase a shipment of S-400 surface-to-air missile systems from Russia.
It seems that the US intention to impose further sanctions against Russia may evoke a harsh response from the EU.
Even an intervention by US First Lady Melania Trump was not enough to cut short the first-ever meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump.
Seems as though it’s time to admit, after 16 years, that the US operation in Afghanistan is not as successful as was expected.
Citing anonymous sources, two major US news organizations reported that Russian hackers had allegedly broken into the computer networks of over a dozen US power facilities, including nuclear plants.
Major US oil and gas companies have expressed concerns over the US draft law stipulating new sanctions against Russia, as the bill could hinder the implementation of their projects with participation of companies from Russia, US media reported Monday.
A group of Democrats in the US House of Representatives has doubts about Trump's mental health, so they decided to invoke the 25th Amendment to the US Constitution, which allows for the removal of US President Donald Trump from office due to mental incapacity.
ager to make use of the latest US threats against Damascus, Syrian terrorist groups are apparently preparing to stage a major provocation using chemical weapons so that the US-led coalition will finally get their excuse for a full-scale invasion of the country.
Project Veritas' American Pravda: CNN continues today with a video of left-leaning political commentator Van Jones caught on camera plainly stating that "the Russia thing is just a big nothing burger."
the press service of the White House issued a statement claiming that Syrian President Bashar Assad is preparing a new chemical attack, and promising that if it is implemented, the Syrian authorities will "pay a heavy price."
Rich Barbieri, the executive editor of CNNMoney, sent out an email on Saturday issuing new publishing rules for stories dealing with Russia, after retracting a Russia story one day before.
Saudi Arabia and several other Persian Gulf states made Qatar the kind of offer one usually can't refuse - a list of some 13 demands that Doha must comply with in order to end the ongoing diplomatic crisis.
the weapons it supplied to the Kurdish YPG units will be returned back to the United States when Daesh (ISIL/ISIS) is finally defeated.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said he had dreamed of visiting the Pentagon since he was a private in the army.
It will be the first time the two presidents meet since Trump took office on January 20.
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