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Putin hodls phone talks with new UAE president

Putin hodls phone talks with new UAE president

Russian President Vladimir Putin has congratulated Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan on his election President of the United Arab Emirates, the Kremlin press service said on Tuesday after their telephone call. The Russian leader once …

Georgian PM discusses Georgia's EU membership bid in Brussels

Georgian PM discusses Georgia's EU membership bid in Brussels

Georgia's application for European Union membership, as well as the progress made by the country in implementing the 2014 EU-Georgia Association Agreement and related democratic reforms were discussed on Tuesday in a meeting between Georgian …

Lavrov: Russia won’t be left without Internet

Lavrov: Russia won’t be left without Internet

Russia won’t be left without the Internet, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Tuesday. "I assure you that the tasks clearly set now by president [Vladimir Putin] will be implemented, and neither you nor I will be left …

Russia records 4,122 daily COVID-19 cases

Russia records 4,122 daily COVID-19 cases

Russia’s COVID-19 case tally rose by 4,122 over the past day to 18,268,958, the anti-coronavirus crisis center reported on Tuesday. In relative terms, the growth rate reached 0.02%. As many as 2,772 people were …

Tehran: NATO expansion reason behind situation in Ukraine

Tehran: NATO expansion reason behind situation in Ukraine

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said that NATO expansion and the West's disregard for Russia's security considerations are the reasons for the current situation in Ukraine. "We think that the root of …

U.S. plans to boost penalty on export violations - report

U.S. plans to boost penalty on export violations - report

The U.S. plans to increase the penalties for companies violating rules that limit export of products that threaten national security, an effort recently focused on countries including Russia and China, according to a top Biden administration …

Turkey and Algeria ink new deals, seek stronger ties

Turkey and Algeria ink new deals, seek stronger ties

Turkey and Algeria on Monday signed multiple new agreements as they seek to grow their bilateral relations further and strengthen cooperation, with a particular focus on the defense industry. The deals came after President Recep Tayyip …

U.S. Air Force successfully tests hypersonic missile

U.S. Air Force successfully tests hypersonic missile

The U.S. Air Force carried out a successful test of its troubled hypersonic missile over the weekend, one month after announcing the program had suffered delays because of "recent flight test anomalies." The …

Afghan Parliament, other public institutions dissloved

Afghan Parliament, other public institutions dissloved

The Taliban (the group banned in Russia) have dissolved a number of public institutions in Afghanistan, including both houses of parliament and the National Security Council, according to a decree disseminated in Afghan media. The …

North Korea reports another fever surge amid COVID-19 crisis

North Korea reports another fever surge amid COVID-19 crisis

North Korea on Tuesday reported another large jump in illnesses believed to be COVID-19 and encouraged good health habits as a mass outbreak spreads through its unvaccinated population and military officers were deployed to distribute …

Renault not to be able to buy back plant in Moscow

Renault not to be able to buy back plant in Moscow

Renault won’t have an option to buy back its plant in Moscow, Deputy Mayor Maksim Liksutov said on Moskva-24 television. "It’s important that when we got the plant, we didn’t give an option to Renault for a …