Russia decided not to resume the suspended transfer of military equipment, left in the Crimea to Kiev against the backdrop of ongoing fights in the east of Ukraine, the Russian Black Sea Fleet commander Admiral Alexander Vitko said on Sunday.Add comments
Nearly 70 Malaysian policemen will arrive in Ukraine on Wednesday, July 30, as part of the international group, ensuring security of MH17 crash site, Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Sunday.
The UK, the United States, or Israel may be responsible for the death of former Federal Security Service (FSB) officer Alexander Litvinenko, his brother Maxim said in an interview with the Mail on Sunday.
A large convoy of Ukraine’s National Guard armored vehicles entered the city of Shakhtarsk in Donetsk Region, aiming to complete the siege of Donetsk, the clashes in the streets broke out, a local militia representative told RIA Novosti on Sunday.
The fifth strategic nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine "Knyaz Oleg" (Borei-class) and the fourth multi-purpose attack submarine "Krasnoyarsk" (Yasen-class) in the next decade will become the basis for the Navy, Russian Deputy Defense Minister Yuri Borisov said on Sunday.
An air-raid alert has been announced on Sunday morning in the Ukrainian city of Luhansk, the city is preparing for another air attack or shelling, a representative of the local police department told RIA Novosti.
Israeli troops resumed their operations in the Gaza Strip after rocket fire by Palestinian militants, who refused to maintain the UN-requested ceasefire, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) reported on Sunday.
Ukrainian Defense Minister Valeriy Geletey has ordered an internal investigation into 40 soldiers crossing the border with Russia, the agency Ukrinform reported, referring to the deputy minister Igor Kabanenko.
Hamas militants are negotiating a new deal to buy missiles and telecommunications equipment from North Korea, according to the Sunday issue of the Telegraph newspaper, which is citing sources in the Western security services.
The Pentagon and the US intelligence services are working on a plan to provide Ukraine with the information on the location of the surface-to-air missile, allegedly in possession of the independence supporters in the east of the country, The New York Times wrote late on Saturday, citing officials.
The Israeli Security Cabinet voted to extend the ceasefire in the Gaza Strip until Sunday midnight, according local Channel 1, while the Hamas movement refused the truce until Israel withdraws its troops from the territory occupied by the enclave.