MOSCOW Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson may meet in Germany and discuss Syria, Interfax news agency quoted Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov as saying on Monday.
TrendsUkraine turmoil “The office of the Russian State Investigative Committee, dealing with crimes involving the use of prohibited means and methods of warfare, has discovered and procedurally documented irrefutable evidence that the Armed Forces of Ukraine have been using weapons of mass destruction, namely the Tochka-U tactical missile complexes [SS-21 Scarab in NATO classification] against…
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“Anti-Russian campaign in British press and #fakenews production are going on? Piece contains no proof, just allegations,” The Russian Embassy in the UK tweeted, accompanying the message with a photo of the piece.
MEXICO CITY Thousands of protesters in more than a dozen Mexican cities took to the streets on Sunday to express their fierce opposition to U.S. President Donald Trump, portraying the new leader as a menace to both America and Mexico.
.@JerryBrownGov Issues Emergency Order to Help Response to #OrovilleSpillwayhttps://t.co/RW8XBlLFT6pic.twitter.com/ULQGjkt1c1 — Gov. Brown Press Ofc (@GovPressOffice) February 13, 2017 “Immediate evacuation from the low levels of Oroville and areas downstream is ordered.
Jordan Spieth celebrated his 100th PGA Tour start with his ninth victory as he cruised to a four-shot win with a composed final-round 70 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Grigor Dimitrov suffered a major scare before wrapping up a nervous victory over David Goffin, to win the Garanti Koza Open in his native Bulgaria.
Davis Cup umpire Arnaud Gabas has undergone successful facial surgery after being hit by a ball Denis Shapovalov struck in anger.
The United States Tennis Association has apologised to Germany after a version of their historic national anthem, once associated with the Nazi regime, was performed before a Fed Cup match on Saturday.