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New Nord Stream agreement seeks to hold back Russian 'aggression'

WASHINGTON, D.C.: According to an agreement between the United States and Germany, aimed at reducing the "strategic dangers" of the ...


Russia records 24,072 new COVID-19 cases in past 24 hours

Moscow [Russia], July 25 (ANI/Sputnik): Russia registered 24,072 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, which brings the cumulative ...


Thieves rally, beat first-place OpTic in CDL Stage 5

The Los Angeles Thieves pulled off a reverse sweep Saturday to top OpTic Chicago 3-2, handing OpTic their first loss ...


Russia Bars Leading Communist Politician From Upcoming Elections

Russian electoral authorities have disqualified a top Communist Party candidate from running in September's parliamentary elections, the latest opposition figure ...


Russia Bars Leading Communist Politician From Upcoming Election

Russian electoral authorities have disqualified a top Communist Party candidate from running in September's parliamentary elections, the latest opposition figure ...


Putin, Uzbekistan's president discuss strategic partnership

Moscow [Russia], July 24 (ANI): Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated his Uzbek counterpart Shavkat Mirziyoyev on his birthday over the ...


Russia to send 160 tonnes of humanitarian aid to Syria

Moscow [Russia], July 24 (ANI/Sputnik): Russia plans to airlift over 160 tonnes of humanitarian aid to Syria and sign 10 ...


U.S., Russian Diplomats To Hold Arms Control Talks Next Week

U.S. and Russian diplomats will hold the first round of nuclear arms control talks of the Biden administration next week ...


Russia sends military equipment to Tajik-Afghan border amid

Moscow [Russia], July 24 (ANI): Russia has sent military equipment to border areas between Tajikistan and Afghanistan to prevent possible ...


Trans-Siberian Railroad Blocked After Bridge Collapse

Floods caused by heavy rains in Siberia have led to the collapse of a bridge, severing the Trans-Siberian Railroad, the ...


Top International Official In Bosnia Criminalizes Genocide Denial

The outgoing international high representative for Bosnia-Herzegovina has imposed amendments to Bosnia's Criminal Code that prohibit and punish the denial ...


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Trains stopped as bridge collapse halts Trans-Siberian Railway

MOSCOW, Russia: Rail traffic has been halted on the famed Trans-Siberian railroad after a bridge collapsed Friday east of Lake ...

New Nord Stream agreement seeks to hold back Russian 'aggression'

WASHINGTON, D.C.: According to an agreement between the United States and Germany, aimed at reducing the "strategic dangers" of the ...

UK seeks new trade agreement with N. Ireland, EU says no

LONDON, England: The EU has rejected a British demand to rewrite an earlier agreement involving post-Brexit trade with Northern Ireland. ...

Olympics Roundup: U.S. leaps up the medal table on Day 2

Sunday turned into a pool party for Team USA at Tokyo Olympics, with five American swimmers taking home individual medals. ...

Tokyo Olympics, Day 3: All eyes on Bhavani Devi, Manika

Tokyo [Japan], July 25 (ANI): Bhavani Devi, who became the first Indian fencer to qualify for Olympics, will kick start ...

Venezuela's Maduro Aims for Dialogue with Opposition in August

CARACAS - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that he was aiming to begin a dialogue with the country's political opposition ...

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New Nord Stream agreement seeks to hold back Russian 'aggression'

WASHINGTON, D.C.: According to an agreement between the United States and Germany, aimed at reducing the "strategic dangers" of the ...

UK seeks new trade agreement with N. Ireland, EU says no

LONDON, England: The EU has rejected a British demand to rewrite an earlier agreement involving post-Brexit trade with Northern Ireland. ...

Venezuela's Maduro Aims for Dialogue with Opposition in August

CARACAS - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that he was aiming to begin a dialogue with the country's political opposition ...

VC firms are pouring billions of dollars into green tech

Green technology is quickly emerging as the hottest investment sector for venture capitalists, with private firms completing $7.7 billion in ...

Amid China's pressure, Taiwan prepares for cyber war

Taipei [Taiwan], July 25 (ANI): Cyber attacks are a growing global threat and a number of countries are now focusing ...

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New York state confiscates firearms in 10th buyback event of year

NEW YORK, New York Hundreds of guns were turned over in Syracuse on Saturday by owners responding to a buyback.New ...


UK seizes assets, bans entry to son of president of Equatorial Guinea

LONDON, England: Britain has banned entry to the son of Equatorial Guinea's long-serving president for using millions of dollars in ...


CIA looks to Russia as probable cause of 'Havana Syndrome' attacks

WASHINGTON, D.C.: About 100 CIA officers and family members serving abroad have complained of ailments that include migraines and dizziness ...


All NYC public health workers to be vaccinated or tested weekly

NEW YORK CITY, New York: Due to the upswing in the spread of the Covid Delta variant, New York City ...


Plea for jailed protesters and journalists in Myanmar to be freed

IFEX is calling for the restoration of media licenses to IFEX member Mizzima News and other media outlets who have ...


Former Honduras president, family banned from entry to U.S.

WASHINGTON D.C.: The Biden administration has barred former Honduran President Porfirio "Pepe" Lobo Sosa and his wife, Rosa Elena Bonilla ...


Hotel Review

Hyatt Regency New Orleans

Expectations were high for this top of the line Hyatt product in "The Big Easy". The taxi rolled up to the rear of the ...