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Visabot CEO Gives Advice on How to Become Millionaire

The 7th International Forum “Open Innovations” is underway in Moscow. This year’s event focuses on the issues arising from the spread of digital technologies and the impact they have on our live

Dollar monopoly slips as China & Japan dump US treasuries

China and Japan – the two main holders of the US Treasury securities – have trimmed their ownership of notes and bonds in August, according to the latest figures from the US Treasury Department,

US-led Coalition Warplanes Struck Kurdish Forces In Syria By Mistake – Report Donate US-led coalition F-15 over Euphrates Valley Two F-15 warplanes of the US-led coalition targeted a unit of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) by mistake during the ongoing milita

Ditching the Dollar: Venezuela Moves to Euros in International Trade

Venezuela’s vice president for the economy announced on Wednesday that the country will stop using the dollar for international transactions in favor of the euro.

Russian-Italian council for cooperation to convene in Rome on December 17-18

The council’s previous meeting was held in Moscow in November 2017

#NationalPastaDay: Golden Retriever Remixes ‘Lady and the Tramp’ Spaghetti Scene

Perhaps that film isn’t as much of a classic in the canine community?

Estonian prime minister expresses condolences over Kerch tragedy

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Video Shows Chicago Cop Shooting Unarmed, Autistic Teen

The Chicago Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA) released footage on Wednesday of an officer shooting an unarmed autistic man in 2017.

'Golden passports' firm was consulted by government over investor visas

Henley & Partners among those consulted before rules were relaxed as ministers pursued global investment Henley & Partners, the firm at the centre of the Caribbean passports controversy, was

Search and rescue operation complete on territory of Kerch college after shooting

Relatives have identified 10 out of 18 people who died in the shooting and explosion at the Kerch college, deputy head of the city administration Dilyaver Melgaziyev said

Vassal state Poland claims that paying more for US LNG over cheaper Russian gas 'increases sovereignty' © REUTERS/Agencja Gazata/Cezary Aszkielowicz Poland’s state natural gas company has signed a 20-year deal to buy liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the US. In order to cut dependence o

Thomas Lippmann: US Has Never Risked Saudi Relationship Over Human Rights

As the Saudi-Turkish investigation into the fate of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi continues, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has visited the governments of both countries to relay the sense of gr

Russian man at Trump Jr meeting had links to businessman with alleged Soviet intelligence ties, US investigators said

Irakly Kaveladze’s business links to a Soviet-born banker with alleged ties to former KGB officials attracted interest from US investigators in the 1990s A Russian participant in the notorious meet

US-led Coalition Warplanes Struck Kurdish Forces In Syria By Mistake – Report Donate US-led coalition F-15 over Euphrates Valley Two F-15 warplanes of the US-led coalition targeted a unit of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) by mistake during the ongoing milita

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Russia's UN envoy rejects artificial deadline for setting up Syria constitution committee

The decision to set up a constitutional committee tasked with developing recommendations for amending Syria's constitution was made at the Syrian National Dialogue Congress held on January 30 in Sochi

Kerch Attack Victims Were Injured By Improvised Explosive Device Blast

KERCH (Sputnik) – Those wounded in the deadly attack on a college in the city of Kerch in Crimea had sustained injuries from a blast of an improvised explosive device containing metal items, Russian

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Syria’s Latakia, Aleppo frequently shelled by militants over last 24 hours

Head of the Russian reconciliation center Vladimir Savchenko said militants shelled the settlements of Iqqo in Latakia and Maarate in Aleppo

Vast archive of tweets reveals work of trolls backed by Russia and Iran

Two misinformation campaigns spent years sowing discord in US and elsewhere More than 10m tweets sent by state actors attempting to influence US politics have been released to the public, forming one

Orthodox Christianity in danger, faithful need unity — Patriarch of Antioch

"The danger looming for Orthodox Christianity is impersonated in the row of Constantinople and Moscow and must push all Orthodox Christians to intensify prayers," John X of Antioch said

Anna Von Reitz: Karen Hudes, The World Bank, and Your Gold — Restoring Primacy of We the People as Creditors Against the Cabal

The Truth About Karen Hudes, The World Bank, and Your Gold As the Federal Code Title 5 makes very clear the World Bank and IBRD were two of the three (Federal Reserve being the third) banking cartels

Russia hopes to reach agreement on re-equipment of Egypt’s Mistral-carriers soon

Moscow hopes that the agreements on re-equipment of Egypt's Mistral-class helicopter carriers and on supplies of Ka-52 helicopters to Egypt will be reached in the near future

Russian Orthodox Church cuts ties with Constantinople

Religious schism driven by political friction after Ukraine church granted independence The Russian Orthodox Church has announced it will break off relations with the Patriarchate of Constantinople i

Ten people injured in Kerch college shooting remain in intensive care — minister

Ten people who were injured in the shooting will be taken to Moscow hospitals for treatment, Russian Healthcare Minister Veronika Skvortsova said

Despite US Agent Orange Cleanup in Vietnam, Compensation Vow Still ‘Unfulfilled’

US Defense Secretary James Mattis toured Bien Hoa Air Base outside Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on Wednesday, once a US airfield during the Vietnam War, but now best known for being one of the hot spots

Sibur to buy back part of $500 mln Eurobonds for the sum of $192 mln

According to the company, most of the tendered Eurobond notes came from Russian holders

Estonian prime minister expresses condolences over Kerch tragedy

On Wednesday, a student opened fire at the Kerch Polytechnic College in Crimea, killing 19 people and injuring over 50 more

The Skripal Files by Mark Urban review – the Salisbury spy's story

He did it for the money and still loved mother Russia ... a fascinating book based on conversations with Sergei Skripal In June 2017, Mark Urban drove to Salisbury to meet a retired Russian spy. Urba

Ecuador tried to move Julian Assange to Russia, new files confirm

Government tried to name Assange as a political counselor to the Moscow embassy but British authorities vetoed his status Newly released Ecuadorian government documents have laid bare an unorthodox a

‘No Sovereignty': Central American Nations Buckle Under Trump's Aid Threats

The decision by some Central American nations to prevent migrants from crossing the US-Mexico border over fears of US economic aid being cut off illustrates that there's "no sovereignty" in the region

Crimea college attack: student carries out mass shooting in Kerch

At least 19 dead and scores wounded in ‘armed rampage’ that may have involved bombs At least 19 people have been killed and almost 40 wounded in a shooting carried out by a student at a vocationa

Theresa May to urge EU leaders to take action on cyber-attacks

Prime minister wants tougher response to states responsible – including sanctions Theresa May will urge EU leaders meeting in Brussels to create a new sanctions regime to crack down on governments

Journalist Purged By Facebook: Bans Set ‘Dangerous Precedent’

Last Thursday, Facebook purged more than 800 accounts and alternative news pages managed by independent reporters, setting a “dangerous precedent,” a reporter tells Sputnik.

Senior Treasury official arrested after leaking sensitive data to the press related to Mueller investigation © Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast The Justice Department has arrested a senior Treasury department official accused of leaking to a reporter confidential finan

Trade between Russia and Uzbekistan may reach $5 bln in 2019

In 2017, the whole turnover amounted to $3.65 bln

Israeli Security Cabinet Mulls Gaza Military Operation After Rocket Launch

After a rocket originating from the Gaza Strip hit a building in the city of Be'er Sheva, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman, and other security cabinet minis

Sibur to buy back part of $500 mln Eurobonds for the sum of $192 mln

MOSCOW, October 17. /TASS/. Russia’s largest integrated petrochemicals company Sibur announced the successful completion of the tender offer announced on October 9 to purchase part of the $500 mln

Russia's UN envoy rejects artificial deadline for setting up Syria constitution committee

Russia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vasily Nebenzya © Alexander Scherbak/TASS THE UNITED NATIONS, October 17. /TASS/. Russia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations

Donald Trump's 60 Minutes interview: eight takeaways

The US president spoke at length, usually before interviewer Lesley Stahl had finished her question Donald Trump sat down for a wide-ranging interview with 60 Minutes, in which he was pushed on China

Berto Jongman: Why Trump Will Win Second Term (And Comment on Just How Stupid the Left Can Be)

Berto Jongman Why Donald Trump Will Likely Win A Second Term As President Benjamin Waddell “The U.S. political system is institutionally rigged in favor of conservative white voters who drastically

Multiple casualties after explosion at college in Crimea – video

At least 10 people have died and many more wounded after a explosion at a college in Crimea. The blast took place in the city of Kerch. One witness told local television that armed gunmen were also i


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