The focus shifts to the civilians caught in the middle and the problem posed by captured foreign fighters.
Apple is shaking up leadership and reordering priorities across its services, artificial intelligence, hardware and retail divisions as it works to reduce its reliance on iPhone sales.
A federal judge delayed a lawsuit over a massive Pentagon cloud-computing contract Amazon.com was favored to win while the government continues to investigate possible conflicts of interest in the procurement process.
Germany is leaning toward letting the Chinese tech giant participate in building its high-speed internet infrastructure despite U.S. warnings.
A new media campaign by the Hungarian government accuses globalist billionaire George Soros and the EU of pushing open-borders policies. Brussels indignantly dismissed the campaign as a conspiracy theory and fake news. Read Full Article at RT.com
Pink Floyd ex-frontman Roger Waters is slamming Virgin tycoon Richard Branson’s aid concert for Venezuela as a sham, warning fans and performers not to be “led down a garden path that ends in regime change.” Read Full Article at RT.com
The US is not ready to lift any sanctions against North Korea, the State Department has announced, just as Donald Trump said he is in “no rush” to seek compromise ahead of his “exciting” summit with Kim Jong-un next week. Read Full Article at RT.com
House Democrats have launched a probe into the Trump administration’s alleged attempt to transfer ‘sensitive’ US nuclear technologies to Saudi Arabia. The company implicated has already found a couple of usual suspects to blame. Read Full Article at RT.com
The boy who became the face of “white privilege” when an edited video of his confrontation with an indigenous protester went viral is suing the Washington Post for defamation, asking for its entire value in a 2013 sale as damages. Read Full Article at RT.com
Ross — one of the wealthiest members of President Trump’s Cabinet — did not sell stock he held in a bank, despite reporting otherwise, ethics officials said.
William P. Barr’s first days on the job have been marked by a wave of Trump attacks on the Justice Department or the officials who came before him.
Palladino also confirmed Washington’s commitment to the pullout of US military forces from Syria
Barclay hopes that the new initiative would be sufficient to ensure that the deal on UK withdrawal from the European Union is approved by the country’s parliament
Export sales of the carmaker’s Lada brand grew by 57%, to 38,050 cars last year
A Ukrainian expert believes that the issue of peace in Donbass is an «important political tool»
The two jets covered the distance of more than 7,000 km while returning to their home base
The Champions League promised much but ultimately delivered little for football fans on Tuesday night, despite the likes of Lionel Messi, Mohamed Salah and Robert Lewandowski all being in action. Read Full Article at RT.com
Once upon a time, Facebook espoused idealistic notions of making the world a more open and connected place. But when it comes to views the US establishment doesn't like, the «private company» argument magically pops up. Read Full Article at RT.com
Israel is looking to join the ranks of space superpowers by becoming the fourth country to land a probe on the Moon. In addition to science instruments, the ‘Genesis’ probe will carry a copy of the Bible on a small metal disc. Read Full Article at RT.com
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US President Donald Trump has signed a policy directive officially establishing a Space Force, a sixth branch of the already-sprawling US military that will launch as a subsidiary of the Air Force – as long as funding is approved. Read Full Article at RT.com
An Alabama newspaper editor has called on the Ku Klux Klan to ride back into town to fight taxes and hang “socialist communists” using hemp ropes. Read Full Article at RT.com
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A man has assaulted pedestrians with a knife in Marseille, France, injuring at least two people. The attacker was confronted and shot by the police, local media reports. Read Full Article at RT.com
Russian MMA legend Fedor Emelianenko could step into the cage for one last time for a rematch against fellow heavyweight great Mirko ‘Cro Cop’ Filipović – that’s if plans by Bellator president Scott Coker come to fruition. Read Full Article at RT.com
Tennis star Naomi Osaka's first match since she won the Australian Open, then dumped her coach, ended in a shock defeat as the World No.1 crashed to a straight-sets loss to France's Kristina Mladenovic in Dubai. Read Full Article at RT.com
A haunting video of a severely malnourished 12-year-old girl in Yemen highlights the ongoing devastation of the brutal war that has ravaged the country for four years, as the population continues to teeter on the brink of famine. Read Full Article at RT.com
The U.S. foreign policy community is muted on the attack in Kashmir.
Only 6,000 people over two nights will be allowed into the UNESCO World Heritage site for a light show to mark the Lantern Festival, signaling the end of the Lunar New Year holiday.
Valentin Yudashkin recalled that the deceased fashion designer's items «were in vogue» and Lagerfeld was a «formidable person»
The course of the Sakhalin Region government is laudable, political scientist Alexey Martynov believes
According to Pyotr Poroshenko, Kiev needs «to overcome poverty, meet all accession criteria and complete difficult homework»
The Defence Ministry said the proposal was made during bilateral consultations behind closed doors
Kasatkina failed to clear the 2nd round of this year’s tournament losing 3-6; 2-6; 4-6 to Kenin
n the spring, the singer will put on concerts in 11 Russian cities