Theresa May on Friday declared she had made a decision to quit as the leader of Britain’s ruling Conservative Party on June 7
The study has been carried out by the experts from Skoltech, the Tomsk Polytechnic University and the Academy of Sciences’ Pacific Oceanology Institute
After a government coup in Kiev in February 2014 the authorities of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol made a decision to call a referendum on unification with Russia
Russia’s most settlements in the Arctic depend on isolated diesel systems, of high costs and low productivity
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US President Donald Trump has allowed his attorney general to declassify information about what prompted the Russiagate investigation – and ordered the heads of the intelligence agencies to cooperate with the reveal. Read Full Article at RT.com
Mark Sirangelo, who joined NASA less than two months ago as special assistant to agency chief Jim Bridenstine on the Artemis project, has left his post after his proposal for a “sustainable lunar campaign” was nixed by Congress. Read Full Article at RT.com
Brexit was her No. 1 job, and she failed to deliver it.
The proposal comes as the military seeks to address what officials have described as a spike in threats against American forces, detected by U.S. intelligence streams, from Iran and its proxy groups.
Washington and Seoul seem determined to downplay Pyongyang’s missile tests, calling them “short-range” rather than “ballistic.” The distinction is important.
The controversy is inflaming an already sensitive situation for the U.S. military on the island.
Trump’s aggressive trade policies bring an uneasy backdrop to the pageantry of his state visit to Japan.
At least one person was killed and a dozen more injured after a bomb went off inside a mosque during Friday prayers in Quetta, Pakistan. Read Full Article at RT.com
At least two people have been killed and 16 others injured as an explosion rocked a mosque full of people during Friday prayers in the Afghan capital Kabul, according to the interior ministry. Read Full Article at RT.com
British Prime Minister Theresa May gave a heartfelt address on Downing Street lamenting her failure to deliver Brexit despite her best efforts. As she concluded her remarks, her voice wavered and she sharply turned to leave. Read Full Article at RT.com
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said his government is planning to invite Russian telecom companies, along with Chinese tech giants Huawei and ZTE, to develop a nationwide 4G telecommunication network in the country. Read Full Article at RT.com
One of Iran’s key energy partners, India, has stopped importing oil from the Islamic Republic after the US waivers allowing the country to bypass sanctions expired earlier this month. Read Full Article at RT.com
In a memo issued late Thursday, the president ordered intelligence agencies to cooperate with the attorney general’s audit of surveillance surrounding Trump’s campaign.
Distorted videos of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, altered to make her sound as if she’s drunkenly slurring her words, are spreading rapidly across social media as Congress and the White House battle over efforts to gain access to Trump's financial records.
Exclusive: Fisher Industries, which claims it can build the barrier faster and cheaper than Army Corps of Engineers, has started work on private section of barrier in New Mexico.
Russian State Duma Deputy Speaker Pyotr Tolstoy said that Russian and French parliament members «maintain regular contacts»
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido said that he «will not take part in fake dialogues»
Venezuela has already delivered three satellites to the orbit with the help of China
Buk-M3 anti-aircraft missile systems assumed combat duty for the Caspian Flotilla in November 2017
The branch may open in Japan this year
The US could use a variety of economic, military and ideological strategies to “overextend and unbalance” Russia, a new report sponsored by the US Army glaringly suggests, offering blueprints to divide and destabilize the country. Read Full Article at RT.com
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) has become a rare voice among the US politicians to denounce the new US indictment of WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange as an encroachment on First Amendment rights. Read Full Article at RT.com
Twitter has suspended the Krassenstein brothers, two notoriously obsessed anti-Trump crusaders, for using fake handles and buying followers. Some conservatives, having seen their own side censored before, spoke up against the ban. Read Full Article at RT.com
US President Donald Trump finally has a nickname for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, though it's a bit trite. Trump called her 'Crazy Nancy', firing back after she alleged he had thrown a temper tantrum at an earlier policy meeting. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Pentagon has finally admitted it had «researched and investigated» UFOs – or UAPs, as it calls them – and may have even dropped hints about ongoing extraterrestrial operations. Read Full Article at RT.com
Chief of the Russian reconciliation center Viktor Kupchishin said that a total of 13,300 people have left the Rukban camp since the humanitarian corridor was opened
Russia's Envoy to the UN Vasily Nebenzya said that drones «are difficult to control, which leads to casualties among civilians»
The spokesman for Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak said that Russian oil supplies will resume «no later than mid-June»
The fate of journalism as we know it is now at stake, after Washington indicted Julian Assange under the Espionage Act, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden tweeted in reaction to 17 new charges against the WikiLeaks founder. Read Full Article at RT.com
If the polls are correct, arch-euroskeptic Nigel Farage’s newly-formed Brexit Party is on course to blow the competition out of the water.