The deputy Foreign Minister expressed confidence that it's necessary to maintain political ties despite sanctions as «Europe should be interested in good relations with Russia for different reasons»
It is necessary to understand that there is nothing really to suspend in the implementation of the INF Treaty, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said
Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said that given military dangers and threats, efforts have been taken over the recent years to update and expand defense capabilities
Hypothetic prospects of arriving at certain agreements regarding the INF Treaty look extremely vague to us today, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said
The website of the Russian Embassy in the UK was targeted by hackers. The mission says there are grounds to believe that the attack originated from Britain. Read Full Article at RT.com
Amir Khan has taken a somewhat bizarre route on his latest barrage of insults to fellow Brit Kell Brook, telling the Sheffield native to open up about rumors of him being gay. Read Full Article at RT.com
It’s been over a month since hackers began exposing the Scotland-based 'Integrity Initiative' as a UK government-funded propaganda outfit — and gradually new details of the organization's clandestine activities have come to light. Read Full Article at RT.com
The trade turnover between member-states of the EAEU and Mercosur surged by 8% in January-September period of 2018
Two of them were detained earlier this year
The CEO added that contracts on construction of the seventh and eighth power units of China’s Tianwan had already been signed
The head of the Center of Political and Military Research of the Lomonosov MSU’s School of World Politics reсalled that those are unique equipment pieces
Valery Ivanov is a well-known in Lithuania political writer
Washington has confirmed its decision to withdraw from the INF treaty is final, Russian deputy foreign minister said, adding that Moscow will 'take measures' if American missiles that threaten its security are placed in Europe. Read Full Article at RT.com
Belgium’s Prime Minister Charles Michel has announced his immediate resignation after a no-confidence motion against his government was introduced. Read Full Article at RT.com
Despite AI’s promise to help marketers reach consumers in ways that are better, faster and cheaper, executives can wind up wasting time and money when they actually try it.
Chinese cellular-technology giant Huawei is relying on a team of recently hired American lawyers to defend itself from an onslaught of accusations and restrictions emanating from Washington.
A Russian influence campaign used a range of social-media platforms to suppress African-American voter turnout and boost Trump, according to studies commissioned by the Senate.
The search giant is joining Amazon and Apple in growing outside the West Coast and has announced plans to lease a large office building in Manhattan’s West Village. Google also plans to invest $1 billion in the campus, which will also include two nearby buildings.
Elon Musk’s tunnel-digging venture, the Boring Co., is the latest to be drawn into the billionaire entrepreneur’s tradition of spreading overlapping resources across his growing technology empire. On Tuesday, the Tesla chief is set to unveil a test tunnel developed by the Boring Co., the first of what Mr. Musk imagines as a futuristic series of high-speed underground highways to alleviate traffic.
Two Chicago police officers were tragically struck and killed by a train while responding to reports of shots fired in the city’s far South Side. Read Full Article at RT.com
Donald Trump has issued an order for the Department of Defense to create a Space Command to oversee and advance the US military’s operations in space. Read Full Article at RT.com
While it may not be worthy of ‘Honey, I shrunk the kids’ or Marvel’s Ant-Man, MIT researchers have developed a technique that will allow humanity to create nanoscale objects “of nearly any shape.” Read Full Article at RT.com
US President Donald Trump’s former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn will be sentenced in March 2019, after he confessed to lying to the FBI. Despite many conspiracy theories, his case has nothing to do with ‘Russiagate.’ Read Full Article at RT.com
The Russian defense ministry outlined its plans for next year in an annual report, which include deployment of hypersonic warheads and a new advanced Borei-class submarine as well as wrapping up its Arctic clean-up. Read Full Article at RT.com
Manchester United's sacking of besieged boss Jose Mourinho came as a surprise to few, but those in the running to replace the Portuguese manager may raise a few eyebrows. RT Sport takes you through some potential replacements. Read Full Article at RT.com
Malaysia filed criminal charges against Goldman Sachs and two ex-bankers over the multi-billion dollar looting of state fund, 1MDB. The US bank denies the accusation, claiming it was deceived by the previous Malaysian government. Read Full Article at RT.com
A US priest who joined the Russian Orthodox Church told RT the creation of Ukraine’s own church was done against any canonic rules and came conspicuously close to the 2019 presidential elections in the country. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Russia may easily respond to the US withdrawal from the milestone INF Treaty by developing new types of land-based missiles, Vladimir Putin said, warning that Washington's decision to pull out “is one step towards an arms race.” Read Full Article at RT.com
The British ex-spy who authored the infamous dossier alleging collusion between Donald Trump and the Kremlin said one of his goals was to give Hillary Clinton legal basis to challenge the 2016 election results. Read Full Article at RT.com
If Pristina decides to push the army into northern Kosovo, which is mostly populated by Serbs, Serbia will have to act to protect its people, filmmaker Boris Malagurski told RT. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Russian parliament has passed a law which says foreign organizations meddling in any kind of election in Russia may be declared ‘undesirable’ and ousted from the country. Election observers are exempt. Read Full Article at RT.com
Boxing referee Michael Griffin, who officiated the tragic bout which left Canadian fighter Adonis Stevenson in a coma, says he has been haunted by the outcome and is struggling to come to terms with his role in the fight. Read Full Article at RT.com
Current events happening in France or the so-called #GiletsJaunes movement is a blowback of the financial crisis of 2008, say Max and Stacy from RT’s Keiser Report. Read Full Article at RT.com