Craters like Batagay form as a result of thermokarst, where the ice locked inside permafrost melts, reducing ground strength.
The U.S. became the first, and to this day only, nation in the world to use a nuclear weapon against a foreign adversary on August 6, 1945.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya is posing a genuine challenge to Alexander Lukashenko's rule, ahead of an apparent push from Russia to incorporate Belarus.
The U.S. currently has the most confirmed cases and deaths in the world.
The fossilized excrement could help to shed light on what the extinct animal once ate.
Mikhail Murashko said clinical trials had been completed as Russia pushes to become the first country to develop a vaccine.
President Alexander Lukashenko claims the arrested men were going to destabilize next week's ballot, in which he faces a popular opposition candidate.
President Donald Trump's approval rating on handling the novel coronavirus pandemic, the ongoing protests and relations with Russia has plummeted to the 30's, as he faced backlash from Republicans after he suggested to delay the November election, according to a new poll.
Vladimir Putin's Russia is no friend of the United States.
"I have had conversations with European defense ministers and ambassadors regarding this troop movement," Representative Ruben Gallego told Newsweek. "They are worried that it will lessen deterrence against Russia."
U.S. policy involving Russia and Iran in the Middle East has struggled for coherence for years. Now the two countries are drawing closer, in arenas from Aghanistan, to Syria, to Lybia.
Poll also showed 36 percent believe aliens occasionally visit Earth.
Only 23 percent of people asked by the independent Levada Center named Putin as the political figure they trusted, compared with 59 percent in November 2017.
The Arctic has experienced unprecedented temperatures, which has been largely attributed to climate change.
The interim governor of Khabarovsk Region, Mikhail Degtyarev, gave an interview to Kommersant after days of protests against his Kremlin appointment.
Lieutenant General Glen VanHerck told a Senate Armed Services Committee confirmation hearing both nations are developing ways to challenge America's global military dominance.
Tens of thousands have taken to the streets in Russia's far east for the past three weekends.
A court in the Ivanovo Region convicted Yevgeniy Spirin, 34, on charges related to extremism. Jehovah's Witnesses have been banned in Russia since 2017.
President of the Russian Academy of Sciences said hundreds of millions of doses could potentially be available by the start of the year.
One defense official told Newsweek that Sea Breeze 2020 was "meant to be an exercise that had all Black Sea countries to include Russia working together in, but Russia unprovoked invaded Georgia and then Ukraine."
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There are currently 166 potential COVID-19 vaccines being developed across the globe.
"All interactions were safe and in accordance with maritime custom as expected," U.S. Navy 6th Fleet spokesperson Commander Kyle Raines told Newsweek.
The blogger Mamikhan Umarov, 43, a vehement critic of Chechnya's leader Ramzan Kadyrov, was shot dead in Vienna on July 4. Two men of Chechen origin have been arrested.
President Donald Trump has hinted at sending U.S. troops from Germany to Poland, to which a senior Russian diplomat warned "all necessary measures will be taken" in response.
Iran is seeking to extend a 20-year deal with Russia while the Islamic Republic negotiates a quarter-century agreement with China, signaling a new push to establish an international coalition against U.S. economic and political pressure.
Only two of the next 10 highest-spending nations are rivals of the U.S.; China and Russia. But the U.S. annually spends more than twice as much as both nations combined.