The United States could securely reduce its nuclear arsenal below the new START agreement numbers through a unilateral action by President Barack Obama, without congressional authorization and without similar actions taken by Russia, Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies said Monday.Add comments
The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) suspended transmissions of a private TV network Monday, accused of badmouthing the country’s judiciary, as a politically motivated move, Amnesty International said in its report.
The West, including the United States and NATO are responsible for the murder of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, former Soviet Ambassador to Libya and Head of the Russian Diplomats' Association Pogos Akopov said Monday.
Rosaviation has called on the intelligence of Germany to publish the information that reportedly shows the involvement of either of the parties in the crash of the MH17 flight, Rosaviation Head Aleksander Neradko said Monday.
According to the Royal Netherlands Navy’s head of communications, the Dutch naval vessels that visited Stockholm last week have left the Swedish territorial waters by the time the alleged foreign submarine was sighted.
Ukrainian authorities have denied accusations made by independence supporters in southeastern regions of the country, who claim that the civilians found in mass graves on September 23 were murdered by pro-Kiev National Guard fighters, who were staying near Donetsk from April.
A high-ranking official from the Russian military industrial complex announced that before the end of this year there will be two launches of the Bulava submarine-launch ballistic missile (SLBM); in the last week of October from the Yuri Dolgoruky nuclear submarine and in the end of November from the Alexander Nevsky.
US warplanes have airdropped weapons, ammunition and medical supplies for Kurdish troops defending the Syrian border town of Kobani against advancing Islamic State (IS) insurgents, the US Central Command said early Monday.
Swedish forces continue the search for a "suspicious object" in the Stockholm archipelago, but cannot confirm media reports that this is a damaged Russian submarine, Rear Admiral Anders Grenstad of the Swedish Armed Forces told reporters Sunday.
Russian inspectors will conduct an observation flight over the territory of the United States under the Treaty on Open Skies, Sergei Zabello, acting chief of Russia's National Nuclear Risk Reduction Center said.