It turned out that in full accordance with the forecasts for 2010-2012 in the United States over the past 10 years, the number of anti-government demonstrations and street riots has increased significantly.
The warning by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo came one day after the United States initiated the mechanism for the U.N. Security Council to snapback sanctions on Iran.
In the spring of 1928, 654 Jews arrived to settle in the area; however, by October 1928, half of them had left because of the severe conditions.
In Russia, favipiravir was approved for the treatment of COVID-19 in hospital settings on May 29, after an ongoing open-label randomized clinical trial with 60 subjects.
The European signatories on the JCPOA are interested in restoring the nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic, with or without the US.
The turnout at the nationwide vote hit 57.43% by 12:00 midnight Moscow Time, suggesting about 42% of Russians didn't bother to show up.
The offer to buyout the Russian systems would give Erdoğan a path back to becoming an active member of NATO once again.
"The robots were initially made to be controlled by an electronic tablet, but "then we tried the voice control technology, when a commander gives orders to both his subordinates and the robots."
The Ambarnaya is heavily polluted by the mining industry of Norilsk, to the point that fishing is no longer possible there.
Since May 20, when Abbas announced that all cooperation with Israel, the IDF has not initiated arrests of terror suspects in the PA.
A Syrian helicopter was shot down by Turkish forces outside Idlib on February 11 and went up in flames. Both pilots were killed.
The plane was diverted to the Russian airbase in Khmeimim, south-east of the city of Latakia, some 250 miles from Damascus by road.
At the forum, President Putin tried to diminish the damage done by the Soviet Union's prewar pact with the Nazis to divide Poland, and shifted the blame for the outbreak of World War II to Poland.
It wasn't the Kremlin asking Netanyahu for the scoop about Trump's deal of the century, it was Netanyahu initiating the briefing.
Innocent victim? Careless traveler? Prisoner of Zion with weed?
The Russian leader’s pardon on Wednesday cleared the way for Issachar to leave the country.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin reassured Naama’s mother during his recent visit to Jerusalem that everything “will be alright.”
Piece of advice: next time you hear the Russians want something from your country – stay home.
Welcome to the era of Mafioso diplomacy.
"Her mother was very moving and supports her daughter. I said to her and I will say it again – everything will be alright."
Putin to Meet Holocaust Denier Abbas in Bethlehem following International Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem
Abbas dismissed as a "myth" and "fantastic lie" that six million Jews had died in the Holocaust.
Unlike Naama Issachar, Putin won't be arrested for trying to take the coin out of Israel.
You'll note there's no note of astonishment in the TASS report over the disproportionately harsh sentence.
Naama Issachar did not walk down the steps from Putin's plane. Good bye, fantasy, we'll have some reality here for a change.
Israel was going to recognize the ownership over the Russian compound in the Old City sooner or later anyway, the Naama Issachar arrest was just an incentive.
Putin’s press secretary told journalists on Monday, "We never announce such matters," and suggested it would be best to "wait and see."
The assumption on the Israeli side is that Netanyahu would be obliged to support the narrative that the Russians are currently advancing against the Poles on the actions taken by the two countries in World War II.
"The conversation . . . strengthened the Prime Minister's optimism that the issue of the release of Naama Issachar is advancing towards a solution.”
This finger-pointing at the country whose population was deemed most likely to collaborate with the mass extermination of Jews is the tip of a new Russian propaganda drive.
“We do not abandon anyone to his fate,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu writes to Naama Issachar, 27, who was arrested in Moscow on drug charges in April.