Pentagon denied on Thursday media reports that a Russian nuclear powered submarine cruised unnoticed for several weeks in the Gulf of Mexico near the shores of the United States.
A Russian Army Mil Mi-28N, one of the force's newest machines, crashed on Thursday at its base in Mozdok, North Ossetia.
Russia supports the proposal by self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk people’s republics to place OSCE monitors in contact zones occupied by conflicting sides in Ukraine, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.
A magazine called Dabiq published by the Islamic State militants in several European languages, including English, is set to radicalize foreigners and attract them to join the jihadist group, believe the analysts with the Council on Foreign Relations.
Former director of Yukos Oil Company Mikhail Khodorkovsky linked the criminal case against Vladimir Yevtushenkov with the conflict with state-owned Rosneft over the shares of Bashneft and advised to seek compromise, media reported Wednesday.
The US Justice Department is launching a study into racial bias in law enforcement structures in five American cities, to be selected later, US Attorney General Eric Holder revealed in an interview with the Associated Press.