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Afghan president: There is no commitment on the release of 5,000 Taliban prisoners

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said that releasing up to 5,000 Taliban prisoners cannot be considered a pre-condition of peace talks. His statement comes a day after the Taliban signed...

U.S.-Taliban sign historic troop withdrawal deal in Doha

The United States signed a historic deal with Taliban insurgents on Saturday that could pave the way toward a full withdrawal of foreign soldiers from Afghanistan over the next...

Iran reports 245 novel coronavirus cases, 26 deaths

The overall number of people infected with the novel coronavirus in Iran has reached 245, 26 of them have died, Spokesman for Iran’s Ministry of Health and Medical Education...

Brent crude price down below $51 per barrel first since December 2018

The cost of futures contracts of Brent crude oil for April 2020 delivery decreased by 3.52% to $50.95 per barrel on London's ICE on Thursday, according to the trading...

Russia to suspend air service with Iran except Aeroflot flights

Russia will temporarily prohibit regular and charter flights from the Russian Federation to Iran and backwards starting February 28, a representative of press service of the Russian Transport Ministry...

Sergey Lavrov: New US doctrines considerably lower nuclear threshold

Washington’s new doctrinal guidelines considerably lower the threshold of using nuclear weapons, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said at the Disarmament Conference on Tuesday. "We note with concern that Washington’s...

Kremlin rejects allegations of Russia’s interference in US affairs

Moscow does not interfere in the domestic affairs of the United States and strongly opposes foreign interference in Russia’s internal affairs, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters, commenting on...

Dmitry Peskov: Kremlin says new data on MH17 crash in Ukraine demonstrates that Russia...

New revelations about the MH17 crash in Ukraine in 2014 just go to prove that the Russian side was right, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Monday, commenting on...

Russia’s top brass to sign deal for two more Borei-A strategic nuclear-powered subs

Russia’s Defense Ministry is set to sign a contract with the United Shipbuilding Corporation in August for the construction of two more Project 955A (Borei-A) nuclear-powered strategic missile-carrying submarines,...

Putin says Russia, Ukraine torn apart to prevent major rival from emerging

Russian-Ukrainian cooperation irks numerous countries because it creates a global competitor to challenge them, Russian President Vladimir Putin said. "Any integration of Russia and Ukraine, along with their capacities and...

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Press review: Will Putin, Biden extend New START and Russian airlines seek bailout

In the coming weeks, the administration of US President Joe Biden will intensify its foreign policy in the post-Soviet space, and will also try...

White House: Biden to talk Iran deal in early calls with foreign leaders

The Biden administration plans to hold early conversations with foreign leaders ahead of any effort to reenter the Iran nuclear deal, White House Press...

Google could shut down its search engine in Australia

Google has threatened to shut down its search-engine service in Australia, as lawmakers push the tech giant to pay for the news stories it...

Israeli warplanes strike western Syria from Lebanese territory

The Israeli Air Force launched a new round of strikes on Syria, targeting the Hama Governorate for the second time in thirty days. According to...

Sudanese commander to Ethiopia: ‘We don’t want war, but we won’t give up an...

The head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, reiterated that his country does not want to go...