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    President Assad: Restoring Security to Syria Requires Halt of Foreign Support to Terrorists
    Apr27

    President Assad: Restoring Security to Syria Requires Halt of Foreign Support to Terrorists

    Syria President Bashar al-Assad affirmed that the objective of the American and western allegations about chemical weapons is to support terrorists in Syria. President al-Assad added in an interview given to Venezuelan Telesur TV that the solution in Syria should be through halting support to terrorists from outside and reconciliation among the...

    Russia Accuses Macron Campaign Of Discriminating Against Its Media
    Apr27

    Russia Accuses Macron Campaign Of Discriminating Against Its Media

    Russia accused French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron’s campaign team of discriminating against its media on Thursday, saying it had trampled on the freedom of the press by banning Russian news outlets from its events.The Kremlin has been irritated by accusations from the Macron camp that its campaign’s networks, databases and...

    President Bashar Al-Assad’s Interview with TELESUR
    Apr27

    President Bashar Al-Assad’s Interview with TELESUR

    Damascus, SANA-President Bashar al-Assad gave an interview to Telesur; Following is the full text of the interview; Journalist: Mr. President, thank you for receiving us. President Assad: I welcome you and teleSUR TV in Syria. You are welcome. Question 1: Let’s start directly with the latest developments. Russia has warned that there might...

    Russian Navy Ship Sinks in Black Sea, No Casualties
    Apr27

    Russian Navy Ship Sinks in Black Sea, No Casualties

    A Russian naval reconnaissance ship sank in the Black Sea on Thursday after colliding with a freighter. All 78 crew members of the Russian ship were rescued and there were no injuries on the freighter from Togo either, the Associated Press reported. The ship, the frigate Liman, had a hole punctured in its hull and a Turkish rescue ship brought...

    Ukraine readies project to jam separatist broadcasting
    Apr27

    Ukraine readies project to jam separatist broadcasting

    Ukraine plans to jam the airwaves transmitting broadcasts in support of Moscow-backed separatists in the eastern Donbass region, a top Ukrainian defense official said on Thursday …read more Source: The Daily...

    Defeat nothing to be scared of, Klitschko tells Joshua
    Apr27

    Defeat nothing to be scared of, Klitschko tells Joshua

    Wladimir Klitschko told IBF world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua defeat was “nothing to be scared of” at a packed news conference ahead of their sell-out title fight at Wembley Stadium on Saturday. Ukrainian Klitschko, 41, said he was obsessed with reclaiming the heavyweight titles he lost against Britain’s Tyson Fury in November 2015...

    A Russian spy ship sunk near Turkey after colliding with a freighter carrying livestock
    Apr27

    A Russian spy ship sunk near Turkey after colliding with a freighter carrying livestock

    A Russian navy intelligence ship sunk Thursday morning off the coast of Turkey, after colliding with a freighter carrying livestock. All 78 crew members were rescued and uninjured. The Liman, which is part of the Kremlin’s Black Sea Fleet, was hit by the Togo-flagged Youzarsif-H cargo ship, according to Turkey’s coastal safety...

    Gazprom Gloats Over Its European Dominance
    Apr27

    Gazprom Gloats Over Its European Dominance

    Fresh off the news this week that Gazprom’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline secured 50 percent of its funding through loans from five European companies, the CEO of the Russian state-owned natural gas firm was positively glowing. “Today, in 2017, we are beating our 2016 record highs by around 10 percent. So we can expect new records this year and...

    Cross-stone in memory of Armenian Genocide victims installed in Kiev
    Apr27

    Cross-stone in memory of Armenian Genocide victims installed in Kiev

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    Russian navy ship sinks in Black Sea after hitting livestock freighter
    Apr27

    Russian navy ship sinks in Black Sea after hitting livestock freighter

    MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian naval reconnaissance ship sank Thursday after colliding with a freighter off Istanbul, but all crew members were rescued, the Defense Ministry said. Turkey’s coastal safety authority said all 78 personnel from the Russian frigate Liman were safe, as were all crew aboard the freighter, the Togo-flagged Youzarsif H....