The crown for the new Miss Universe was passed on to Gray by South Africa’s Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters
This year Sarmat successfully passed pop-up tests.
Aegis Ashore missile facility went into operation at the Deveselu military base in Romania in May 2016
The investigators have seized a large amount of firearms, munitions, explosives and exploders from the suspects
More than 1,000 servicemen from the two countries and more than 200 pieces of military equipment were involved in the exercise
Outgoing Republican House speaker Paul Ryan is being accused of hypocrisy and nepotism, for championing Donald Trump’s hardline immigration policies yet pushing to loosen visa requirements for migrants from his family’s homeland. Read Full Article at RT.com
Saudi Arabia faced ridicule online after it reminded the international community of its strict ban on Christmas tree imports and celebrations ahead of the holiday season, despite its much-touted liberal reforms and social changes. Read Full Article at RT.com
Animal rights activists have marched naked and covered in fake blood, in a shocking public protest at the center of Barcelona demanding an end to animal cruelty and the use of fur by the luxury brand industry. Read Full Article at RT.com
Filipina-Australian television host Catriona Gray has become Miss Universe 2018, beating 93 contestants in the beauty pageant held in Thailand. Read Full Article at RT.com
The body count from the conflict in Yemen surpassed 60,000 last week, according to an independent tally, yet mass media continue to cite old figures that heavily underestimate the devastation, an informed researcher has told RT. Read Full Article at RT.com
A Glencore-controlled mining company and some of its current and former directors and executives have agreed to pay more than $22 million to settle Canadian allegations that they hid the risks of doing business with an Israeli businessman closely linked to Congolese President Joseph Kabila.
Colin Kroll’s popular web app, launched in August 2017, rewarded users for correctly answering trivia questions. Before HQ Trivia, Mr. Kroll founded video app Vine.
Amazon.com has trained people to buy everything online. Now it is having second thoughts about some of those sales because they don’t make money—and is pushing big brands to change how they use its site.
U.S. government and industry efforts to prevent accidents between planes and drones are getting heightened attention after last week’s possible collision of an Aeromexico jetliner and an unmanned aircraft.
Not everybody at Nissan was happy with their rock-star chairman, Carlos Ghosn. His high-living ways gave the company ammunition to take him down.
According to Karakayev, the necessary infrastructure for the flight tests of Sarmat ICBM is being constructed at the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in north Russia
The Avangard is a strategic intercontinental ballistic missile system equipped with a hypersonic glide vehicle
Consequences of the possible US pullout from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty are taken into account during the planning of the Russian Strategic Nuclear Forces use
President Assad «stressed the importance of efforts exerted by the friendly and allied countries of Syria, particularly Iran and Russia»
TV channel France3 has “fixed” a placard held by a Yellow Vest protester, which urged President Emmanuel Macron to resign. The broadcaster explained that the sign was broadcast reading just Macron, due to a “human error.” Read Full Article at RT.com
Riyadh has denounced the US Senate resolution that blamed the Saudi Crown Prince for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, as baseless allegations and a blatant attack on the Kingdom’s sovereignty and internal affairs. Read Full Article at RT.com
Meanwhile, ex-President Mikhail Saakashvili, who is currently staying in the Netherlands
An agreement on a constitutional committee in Syria was reached at the Syrian National Dialogue Congress in Russia’s Black Sea resort city of Sochi on January 30-31
Poroshenko has already demonstrate the entire world that in his election agony, Leonid Slutsky, chairman of the international committee of the Russian State Duma said
Apart from that, work is continued to amnesty people dodging military service
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has found himself in a public spat with Theresa May, saying her Brexit plan isn't in the national interest. It comes after May hit out at him for backing the idea of a second referendum. Read Full Article at RT.com
Turkey would possibly work with Syrian President Bashar Assad if he won a “credible” democratic election, the country’s foreign minister said, adding that “everybody” should consider doing the same. Read Full Article at RT.com
Donald Trump has lashed out at Saturday Night Live, suggesting its “one-sidedness” should be tested in courts. It comes after SNL did a take on the film “It's a Wonderful Life” which imagined a world where Trump wasn’t president. Read Full Article at RT.com
According to SANA, the strike was delivered at a village southeast of the settlement of Hajin
Russian delegation has been skipping PACE sessions for several years, speaker of the Russian State Duma lower parliament house said
According to the latest data, Kozhemyako is winning the rerun gubernatorial polls, with 60.87% of votes after counting 90.06% of ballots
The ultra-short three-hour technique (of two revolutions around Earth) was first used in July when the Progress MS-09 cargo spaceship reached the ISS in a span of three hours and 40 minutes
No evidence of Russia’s involvement in the movement of Yellow Vests has been found, the Journal du Dimanche's source said
The US may have used months of solitary confinement to “pressure” jailed Russian gun activist Maria Butina into pleading guilty, international law attorney and former Pennsylvania State Senator Bruce Marks told RT. Read Full Article at RT.com