"An uneasy situation remains on the western borders of the Union State," Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said of NATO activities off of Russia and Belarus.
"Air defense units in the northwestern region have been strengthened and more will be added if needed," Iranian Army commander Major General Abdolrahim Mousavi said.
A manager told local media today the event was to promote "spiritual growth," and the every staff member acted on their own accord.
Results show that if Brits were given the vote, Democratic rival Joe Biden would win by a landslide.
Timothy Brehmer was found not guilty of murdering nurse Claire Parry who he had been having an affair with for over a decade.
The two Taiwanese servicewomen and their civilian same-sex partners will become the first to take part in a group wedding hosted by the country's military, the Army announced Monday.
The U.N. has suspended in-person meetings at its New York Headquarters on Tuesday after a cluster of COVID cases reportedly broke out at the Mission of Niger.
Activists expressed their fury at a top court decision to tighten already strict abortion laws in the predominantly Catholic nation.
The Labour Party leader is reported to have collided with the cyclist while driving an SUV in north London on Sunday afternoon.
The prime minister risks the future of the Conservative government if he fails to deliver on an election pledge of economic support for northern England.
In response to yet another round of U.S. arms sales to Taiwan, Global Times said the Chinese army would "deal a crushing blow to the Taiwan military" if it dared open fire on warplanes.
While Trump wanted to stop immigrants coming to the U.S. from countries like Nigeria in a "clearly racist" move, his support hasn't gone anywhere, despite Black Lives Matter and the "End SARS" crisis.
19-year-old Tony Chung, who had previously been arrested for an alleged breach of the national security law, was reportedly detained from a coffee shop near the U.S. Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macau.
Chinese media has repeatedly framed its tensions with India as part of America's wider effort to contain Beiijing.
Google has marked the 142nd birthday of Bulgarian physician Dr. Stamen Grigorov, who discovered the bacterium Lactobacillus bulgaricus that is essential for yogurt fermentation, with one of its homepage doodles.
"The U.S. has out-sanctioned itself," Iranian mission to the United Nations spokesperson Alireza Miryousefi told Newsweek after President Donald Trump's latest sanctions hit energy industries already subject to restrictions.
Up to 78 members of the Turkey-backed Faylaq al-Sham insurgent group were reportedly killed in a Russian attack in the renegade northwestern province of Idlib.
"Ukraine remains strictly committed to the policy of non-interference in internal affairs of other countries," the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry told Newsweek, emphasizing Russia was at the forefront of its concerns as the U.S. election approaches.
A physical altercation broke out between several people at a gas station in the U.K., reportedly over people not wearing face masks.
Spain, France, the U.K., Italy and Germany are seeing a record-breaking number of coronavirus infections as a second wave of the pandemic ripples through Europe.
Attempts by Beijing to sow unrest ahead of the U.S. election are just a small part of a concerted effort by China to expand its political and economic influence across America.
The three men forced their way into a property, before one of them sprayed a woman in the face with a substance and left with the puppies.