The US Federal Aviation Administration has banned all aircraft, including emergency vehicles, from the airspace near Area 51 ahead of the ‘Storm Area 51 event’ scheduled for Friday. Read Full Article at RT.com
Two spectators attending the Toray Pan Pacific Open in Japan were caught sleeping during the first-round match between Croatia’s Donna Vekic and Caroline Garcia of France, triggering plenty of jokes on social media. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Several college football players required treatment after being struck by lightning in worrying scenes during a match in Jamaica. Read Full Article at RT.com
Russia has successfully hosted the biennial General Assembly of the World Tourism Organization, promoting itself as a rapidly growing travel destination and helping the UN agency to boost tourist industries across the world. Read Full Article at RT.com
Juventus forward Gonzalo Higuain erupted in a furious outburst during training with the Turin club as he lashed out at a club coach and destroyed a nearby advertising hoarding. Read Full Article at RT.com
The book dubbed Permanent Record consists of three parts which are divided into 29 chapters, each chapter is devoted to a particular period in the author’s life
Without the country's own fundamental scientific developments the data would have been useless, the pundit claimed
The first Asian beach games were held in 2008 in Bali
As many as 658 agricultural businesses suffered damages, as well as 9,000 household plots
The cosmonaut explained that a spacecraft may land anywhere on Earth, including in sites with wild animals
The court proceedings, which get underway today, could have far-reaching implications for Brexit and the balance of power.
The defendant pleaded innocent from the very start
Sputnik Moldova’s press service has confirmed the detention, but refused to give comments
Blasts hit Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s election rally in the Parwan province and downtown Kabul
The reason behind the initiative is an experiment by Chinese biochemist He Jiankui, who claims to have repeatedly edited the human genome at the embryo stage
A hat and a scarf are of help, the former NSA staffer says
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer made his debut appearance on ABC's ‘Dancing With the Stars’ to mixed reactions, most of which centered around his appallingly garish choice of outfit, in radioactive green no less. Read Full Article at RT.com
A conspicuously ‘woke’ New York City official has proposed that male statues inhabiting the metropolis’s famed Central Park should be replaced with monuments honoring women. This is a great idea, nobody on Twitter said. Read Full Article at RT.com
A Spanish airliner that filled up with smoke was forced to make a hasty landing in Barcelona, but the evacuation was hampered by powerful winds that blew the plane’s inflatable slides up into the air. Read Full Article at RT.com
Tehran is not interested in dialogue with the US and Washington’s policy of maximum pressure on Iran will fail, the country’s Supreme Leader has stated. His remarks come as the US ratchets up its hostile posturing aimed at Iran. Read Full Article at RT.com
A Hong Kong metro train derailed at Hung Hom station in the middle of rush hour, injuring at least one person and causing commuter chaos as service on two lines was disrupted in a rare accident for the rail system. Read Full Article at RT.com
Israelis are hitting the polls for the second time this year. The already unprecedented general election is also the culmination of an existential drama for PM Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. Read Full Article at RT.com
Tesla tycoon Elon Musk was worried British cave rescuer Vern Unsworth might be “another Jeffrey Epstein,” he said in a sworn deposition – but his initial tweets calling the diver a “pedo guy” were just innocent internet insults. Read Full Article at RT.com
Their relationship is “very good” but meeting with Kim Jong-un in North Korea would be premature, President Donald Trump said following reports that he received a low-key invitation from Pyongyang. Read Full Article at RT.com
U.S. and Saudi officials reject claims by Yemen’s Houthi rebels that they carried out the strike.
If the Israeli prime minister returns to power and follows through on his promises, he may confirm a dark reality of the Israeli state.
The Israeli prime minister wages a fierce get-out-the-vote campaign before Tuesday’s election.
European expectations were low after the British leader compared himself to the Incredible Hulk, who gets stronger when he gets angrier.
“Release your brothers,” Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the fugitive Islamic State leader, says in the 30-minute audio recording.
US President Donald Trump slammed the New York Times for ‘destroying lives’ after the paper belatedly issued a correction admitting its claim of assault by Justice Brett Kavanaugh was totally unsubstantiated by the “victim.” Read Full Article at RT.com
Sen. Christopher A. Coons, who urged “follow up” four days before Brett M. Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court, questions “constrained” FBI probe.
The senator invoked activism that followed the deadly 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist fire to argue that outrage can spark positive change.
His reported referral to Egypt’s Abdel Fatah al-Sissi as “my favorite dictator” provided the latest example of one of the president’s most common rhetorical tics.
Democratic presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard has doubled down on her attacks on President Donald Trump’s ‘disgraceful’ allegiance to Saudi Arabia, eviscerating his ‘betrayal’ of her fellow soldiers and the US Constitution. Read Full Article at RT.com