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Chinese Foreign Ministry points to risks posed by US labs in former Soviet Union

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The Chinese authorities support Russia’s official position and believe that the existence of US biological laboratories in the territory of some former Soviet republics is fraught with risks, Chinese...
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Russian Emergency Control Ministry send 3,000 coronavirus protection gear sets to Serbia

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Russian Emergency Control Ministry (EMERCOM) provided 3,000 protective gear sets to protect the firemen from the coronavirus, the Ministry told TASS Saturday. "Just recently, Russian-Serbian humanitarian center handed over 3,000...
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Over 3,000 people vaccinated against coronavirus in Moscow

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MOSCOW, September 27. /TASS/. Over 3,000 residents of Moscow have already been vaccinated against the coronavirus, the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin said on Sunday in an interview with...
An S-400 air defence missile system at the Hmeymim airbase (photo Sputnik)

Russia ready to sign new deal with Turkey on S-400 air defense systems

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Russia is ready to sign a new contract on the delivery of S-400 air defense missile systems to Ankara, if Turkish partners express such a desire, Russian Deputy Prime...
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‘There will be no full withdrawal’: Troops to remain in Afghanistan past Trump-set deadline

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According to a new report citing senior North American Treaty Organization (NATO) commanders, coalition forces will not be leaving Afghanistan by May, a deadline Donald Trump hoped to meet...
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Russia to exit Open Skies Treaty on December 18

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Russia will completely withdraw from the Treaty on Open Skies on December 18, 2021, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Friday. "Russia has notified all the member states about its...

Greek minister: ‘Turkey is not a superpower and we are more prepared for war...

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The Greek Minister for Development, Adonis Georgiades, stressed that Athens is not afraid of a military conflict with Turkey, against the backdrop of the escalation of tension between the...
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Belarusian, Saudi top diplomats discuss energy cooperation

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Issues of cooperation in various spheres, including in the energy sector, were in focus of talks between Belarusian and Saudi top diplomats, Vladimir Makey and Prince Faisal bin Farhan...
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The war has stopped: Armenians are withdrawing from the district around Karabakh, the Russians...

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Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia signed an agreement last night that stopped the war in Nagorno Karabakh. The ceasefire took effect at midnight.In Nagorno Karabakh itself, the line of separation...
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“Kanal Istanbul” project kicks off with bridge construction

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Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday launched a $15 billion canal project intended to relieve pressure on the busy Bosphorus Strait by laying the foundations of a bridge over...
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Indonesia warns against arms race after Australian nuclear sub pact

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 Indonesia said on Friday it was worried about an arms race in the region after neighbouring Australia announced plans to acquire nuclear-powered submarines as...
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The young lion keeps fighting on!

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The Taliban’s rapid advance in Afghanistan has briefly stalled only in the face of strong resistance mounted by the people of the country’s recalcitrant...
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Australia to build eight nuclear-powered submarines under new Indo-Pacific pact

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By Kirsty Needham Australia will build eight nuclear-powered submarines under an Indo-Pacific security partnership with the United States and Britain that analysts say will likely...
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Taiwan plans $9 bln boost in arms spending, warns of ‘severe threat’

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Taiwan proposed on Thursday extra defence spending of T$240 billion ($8.69 billion) over the next five years, including on new missiles, as it warned...
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S.Korea says it successfully tests submarine-launched ballistic missile

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South Korea successfully tested a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) on Wednesday, becoming the first country without nuclear weapons to develop such a system as...