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

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...

Russian Emergency Control Ministry send 3,000 coronavirus protection gear sets to Serbia

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...

Over 3,000 people vaccinated against coronavirus in Moscow

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

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...

‘There will be no full withdrawal’: Troops to remain in Afghanistan past Trump-set deadline

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...

Russia to exit Open Skies Treaty on December 18

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...

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...

Belarusian, Saudi top diplomats discuss energy cooperation

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...

The war has stopped: Armenians are withdrawing from the district around Karabakh, the Russians...

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...

“Kanal Istanbul” project kicks off with bridge construction

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

 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...

The young lion keeps fighting on!

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...

Australia to build eight nuclear-powered submarines under new Indo-Pacific pact

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...

Taiwan plans $9 bln boost in arms spending, warns of ‘severe threat’

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...

S.Korea says it successfully tests submarine-launched ballistic missile

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...