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Turkey expels ambassadors of US, Germany, France and 7 more states

Turkey expels ambassadors of US, Germany, France and 7 more states

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, addressing the citizens of Eskisehir, said today that he ordered to organize the expulsion of ambassadors from ten Western states at once for signing a call to release human rights activist Osman Kavala, …

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz resigns

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz resigns

Chancellor Sebastian Kurz of Austria announced on Saturday that he would resign, days after prosecutors launched a criminal investigation into allegations he used federal money to pay off pollsters and journalists for favorable coverage, The New …

Serbian President complains about wiretapping

Serbian President complains about wiretapping

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic complained that he was wiretapped more than 1 800 times in order to find incriminating evidence and force him to resign. "It is clear to everyone that there were 1 882 cases of illegal …

Turkey's parliament condemns Biden's remarks on 1915 events

Turkey's parliament condemns Biden's remarks on 1915 events

The Turkish parliament on Tuesday decried U.S. President Joe Biden's remarks on the Armenian claims about the events of 1915. "As the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, we regretfully and strongly condemn US President Joe …

Joe Biden made historic mistake, Ilham Aliyev says

Joe Biden made historic mistake, Ilham Aliyev says

Today, President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev had a telephone conversation with President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The leaders of the two countries discussed US President Joe Biden’s words "Armenian genocide" in relation to …

Turkey rejects Biden's statement about 1915 tragic events

Turkey rejects Biden's statement about 1915 tragic events

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu immediately reacted to US President Joe Biden’s formulation of "Armenian genocide" in relation to the 1915 tragic events in the  Ottoman Empire promoted by Armenian nationalists. …

Lukashenko announces price assigned for his head

Lukashenko announces price assigned for his head

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said today that those who ordered his murder allocated only $ 10 mln. Of this money, for which the conspirators were supposed to attack the presidential residence, a hitman-sniper was paid $ 1 mln. …

Three health workers in Norway suffered after AstraZeneca jab

Three health workers in Norway suffered after AstraZeneca jab

Three health workers in Norway who recently received the AstraZeneca vaccine against COVID-19 are being treated in hospital for bleeding, blood clots and a low count of blood platelets, Norwegian health authorities said on Saturday, Reuters …

IOC does not recognise Lukashenko son's Belarus Olympic vote

IOC does not recognise Lukashenko son's Belarus Olympic vote

The International Olympic Committee on Monday refused to recognise the election of Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko’s son Viktor as head of the country’s Olympic Committee. With both father and son having already been …

Trump to be removed from office two weeks early?

Trump to be removed from office two weeks early?

With 13 days left in U.S. President Donald Trump's term, confidants and Republican officials are considering drastic steps to stop him, according to Axios. These measures include censure, impeachment or invoking the 25th Amendment - …

Joe Biden certified as next U.S. president

Joe Biden certified as next U.S. president

U.S. Congress affirmed President-elect Joe Biden's victory after Pro-Trump rioters stormed the Capitol and the delayed proceedings. In the gravest assault on the symbol of American democracy in more than 200 years, …

What we know so far about storming of U.S. Capitol

What we know so far about storming of U.S. Capitol

Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump stormed yesterday evening the U.S. Capitol building where Congress meets in an attempt to overturn the results of the Nov. 3 election won by Joe Biden. Some protesters managed to get inside of …

Karabakh occupation supporters incite conflict with U.S. media

Karabakh occupation supporters incite conflict with U.S. media

Supporters of the Karabakh occupation living in the United States wrote a letter of protest against New York Times journalist Carlotta Gall's reports about the current hostilities in the zone of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The journalist …

U.S. intel chief accuses Congress of exaggerating Russian threat

U.S. intel chief accuses Congress of exaggerating Russian threat

U.S. President Donald Trump's intelligence chief John Ratcliffe defended his decision to cease in-person Congressional briefings on election security, while Democrats said the move would suppress critical information about foreign election …

Trum: Obama has been spying on my campaign

Trum: Obama has been spying on my campaign

U.S. President Donald Trump has falsely accused former President Barack Obama of committing treason in his latest unfounded accusation aimed at his predecessor. Trump for months has publicly accused Obama of committing crimes, but has …